28 de mai de 2012

F1 - GP of Monaco 2012


Mark Webber

Romain Grosjean, Kamui Kobayashi

Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Mark Webber

Kimi Räikkönen

 Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa, Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Räikkönen, Michael Schumacher

Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Räikkönen, Michael Schumacher

Mark Webber, Nico Rosberg, Fernando Alonso

Mark Webber

Nico Rosberg, Mark Webber, Fernando Alonso

Mark Webber





Pos   No   Driver                        Team                               Laps   Time/Retired       Grid    Pts
1 2 Mark Webber Red Bull Racing-Renault 78 1:46:06.557 1 25
2 8 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 78 +0.6 secs 2 18
3 5 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 78 +0.9 secs 5 15
4 1 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing-Renault 78 +1.3 secs 9 12
5 4 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 78 +4.1 secs 3 10
6 6 Felipe Massa Ferrari 78 +6.1 secs 7 8
7 11 Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 78 +41.5 secs 14 6
8 12 Nico Hulkenberg Force India-Mercedes 78 +42.5 secs 10 4
9 9 Kimi Räikkönen Lotus-Renault 78 +44.0 secs 8 2
10 19 Bruno Senna Williams-Renault 78 +44.5 secs 13 1
11 15 Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari 77 +1 Lap 23
12 17 Jean-Eric Vergne STR-Ferrari 77 +1 Lap 16
13 20 Heikki Kovalainen Caterham-Renault 77 +1 Lap 17
14 24 Timo Glock Marussia-Cosworth 77 +1 Lap 19
15 23 Narain Karthikeyan HRT-Cosworth 76 +2 Laps 22
16 3 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 70 Accident damage 12
Ret 16 Daniel Ricciardo STR-Ferrari 65 Steering damage 15
Ret 25 Charles Pic Marussia-Cosworth 64 Electrical 21
Ret 7 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 63 Fuel pressure 6
Ret 21 Vitaly Petrov Caterham-Renault 15 Electrical 18
Ret 14 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 5 Accident damage 11
Ret 22 Pedro de la Rosa HRT-Cosworth 0 Accident damage 20
Ret 18 Pastor Maldonado Williams-Renault 0 Accident 24
Ret 10 Romain Grosjean Lotus-Renault 0 Accident 4
Maldonado dropped 10 grid spots for collision in FP3, plus five for gearbox change. Schumacher dropped five for collision at last round. Perez failed to set Q time - raced at stewards' discretion; dropped five grid spots for gearbox change.


Drivers Provisional Classification
Position Driver Australia Malaysia China Bahrain Spain Monaco Canada Europe Great Britain Germany Hungary Belgium Italy Singapore Japan Korea India Abu Dhabi USA Brazil Points
01 Fernando Alonso
ESP
10
5
25
1
2
9
6
7
18
2
15
3














76
02 Sebastian Vettel
DEU
18
2
0
11
10
5
25
1
8
6
12
4














73
03 Mark Webber
AUS
12
4
12
4
12
4
12
4
0
11
25
1














73
04 Lewis Hamilton
GBR
15
3
15
3
15
3
4
8
4
8
10
5














63
05 Nico Rosberg
DEU
0
12
0
13
25
1
10
5
6
7
18
2














59
06 Kimi Raikkonen
FIN
6
7
10
5
0
14
18
2
15
3
2
9














51
07 Jenson Button
GBR
25
1
0
14
18
2
0
18
2
9
0
16














45
08 Romain Grosjean
FRA
R
a
R
a
8
6
15
3
12
4
R
a














35
09 Pastor Maldonado
VEN
0
13
0
19
4
8
R
m
25
1
R
a














29
10 Sergio Perez
MEX
4
8
18
2
0
11
0
11
R
m
0
11














22
11 Paul Di Resta
GBR
1
10
6
7
0
12
8
6
0
14
6
7














21
12 Kamui Kobayashi
JPN
8
6
R
m
1
10
0
12
10
5
R
m














19
13 Bruno Senna
BRA
0
16
8
6
6
7
0
22
R
a
1
10














15
14 Felipe Massa
BRA
R
m
0
15
0
13
2
9
0
15
8
6














10
15 Nico Hulkenberg
DEU
R
a
2
9
0
15
0
12
1
10
4
8














7
16 Jean-Eric Vergne
FRA
0
11
4
8
0
16
0
14
0
12
0
12














4
17 Daniel Ricciardo
AUS
2
9
0
12
0
17
0
15
0
13
R
m














2
18 Michael Schumacher
DEU
R
m
1
10
R
m
1
10
R
a
R
m














2
19 Heikki Kovalainen
FIN
R
m
0
18
0
23
0
17
0
16
0
13














0
20 Timo Glock
DEU
0
14
0
17
0
19
0
19
0
18
0
14














0
21 Charles Pic
FRA
0
15
0
20
0
20
R
m
R
m
R
m














0
22 Narain Karthikeyan
IND
-
ds
0
22
0
22
0
21
R
m
0
15














0
23 Vitaly Petrov
RUS
R
m
0
16
0
18
0
16
0
17
R
m














0
24 Pedro de la Rosa
ESP
-
ds
0
21
0
21
0
20
0
19
R
a














0
KEY:  25
1
R
m
a
x
w
ds 
 Points Scored in Race
 Position in Race
 Retired
 Mechanical
 Accident
 Excluded
 Withdrawn
 Did not start
NOTE:  The Sporting Regulations provide that if two or more manufacturers or drivers have the same number of points (including 0 points), their positions in the Championship are fixed according to the quality of their places. Under this system one first place is better than any number of second places, one second place is better than any number of third places, and so on.

Constructors Provisional Classification
Position Constructor Australia Malaysia China Bahrain Spain Monaco Canada Europe Great Britain Germany Hungary Belgium Italy Singapore Japan Korea India Abu Dhabi USA Brazil Points
01 Red Bull
Racing
 
30
2
4
12
4
11
22
4
5
37
1
4
8
6
11
37
1
4














146
02 Vodafone McLaren
Mercedes
 
40
1
3
15
3
14
33
2
3
4
8
18
6
8
9
10
5
m














108
03 Scuderia
Ferrari
 
10
5
m
25
1
15
2
9
13
8
7
9
18
2
15
23
3
6














86
04 Lotus
F1 Team
 
6
7
a
10
5
a
8
6
14
33
2
3
27
3
4
2
9
a














86
05 Mercedes AMG
Petronas F1 Team
 
0
12
m
1
10
13
25
1
m
11
5
10
6
7
a
18
2
m














61
06 Williams
F1 Team
0
13
16
8
6
19
10
7
8
0
22
m
25
1
a
1
10
a














44
07 Sauber
F1 Team
 
12
6
8
18
2
m
1
10
11
0
11
13
10
5
m
0
11
m














41
08 Sahara Force India
F1 Team
 
1
10
a
8
7
9
0
12
15
8
6
12
1
10
14
10
7
8














28
09 Scuderia
Toro Rosso
 
2
9
11
4
8
12
0
16
17
0
14
15
0
12
13
0
12
m














6
10 Caterham
F1 Team
 
0
m
m
0
16
18
0
18
23
0
16
17
0
16
17
0
13
m














0
11 Marussia
F1 Team
 
0
14
15
0
17
20
0
19
20
0
19
m
0
18
m
0
14
m














0
12 HRT
F1 Team
 
-
ds
ds
0
21
22
0
21
22
0
20
21
0
19
m
0
15
a














0
KEY:  25
1
m
a
x
w
ds 
 Points Scored in Race
 Position in Race
 Retired - Mechanical
 Retired - Accident
 Excluded
 Withdrawn
 Did not start
NOTE:  The Sporting Regulations provide that if two or more manufacturers or drivers have the same number of points (including 0 points), their positions in the Championship are fixed according to the quality of their places. Under this system one first place is better than any number of second places, one second place is better than any number of third places, and so on.

Mark Webber - AUS
Mark Webber

Mark Webber

I’m feeling incredible mate. It was a very interesting race. Reasonably straightforward at the start: getting the gap on the Supersofts, just managing it with Nico. Obviously we had a bit of a gap over the rest as well, so both of us were getting away, and it was just a matter then of trying to get back into a reasonable gap. Also, the weather was threatening around that pit stop window as well and we weren’t sure if we should go a bit longer there and put a set of inters on if it rained or whatever. But Nico went for it, went early with the undercut, so obviously a few people had to react to his first chess move, and then the next phase of the race was very strange. It was very hard to get the Soft tyre warmed up, the harder tyres in terms of Prime tyre, and Seb, obviously, had his in and it wasn’t wearing down that much. So he was then coming back into the picture with his strategy. We were all trying to get temperature and at the start of the stint I had very, very low front grip and I had to manage that and move the brake balance around and things like that trying to get everything organised, and [I was] managing Nico and everyone else. But also, Seb’s going ‘Hmmm, this is interesting’, so I didn’t want him to get the magic 21 seconds, to make sure he couldn't do the stop and get the victory - that wasn’t part of the plan. I managed to sort that out and I could concentrate on Nico again and then get the car to the end. But the rain - as Fernando said coming across in the car, there were times when he was praying for rain, saying ‘good, come on, rain, rain’, and then when it started he was saying, ‘no, no, I don’t want it to rain’. I think it was like that for everybody, except for me, because the first guy there is always tricky. So, amazing day for the team and myself. Yeah, so I’m really, really happy to have won here again. A great memory for me. Fantastic.


Nico Rosberg - GER
Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg

At the beginning it was pretty straightforward. I was hoping for a good start, I had a good start, but Mark had a pretty good start too. That was it then. And then, it was just a matter of tyre management and everything and I must say I was a bit surprised by how strong we were not only in qualifying but also in the race. I think, at the end of day, for the weekend, we probably had the fastest car out there, in qualifying and the race, which is great to see, because we’re just making progress all the time, so that’s fantastic. Unfortunately, it didn’t come together perfectly, so P2, it could have been P1 I think this weekend but there we are. No, I’m very happy with second place of course. It got a bit difficult there in the end, with the rain and the warm- up of the harder tyres but I’m very pleased.

Fernando Alonso - ESP
Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso

Well, our target obviously was to try to finish in front of Sebastian, in front of Lewis - they were with us in the World Championship. And if you go race by race you concentrate on different drivers. The next one will be Mark, now he’s second in the championship. So, it will be interesting also this season with constant development of the car and the constant surprises we are having every race - you never know which one will be on pole or take the race win. Everything went smooth after the start, but I had a contact with Grosjean. At that point I thought maybe the car was damaged or something but the car was perfectly fine so I keep running. I felt good, I felt competitive but in Monaco it’s difficult with the traffic, to manage the traffic. We overtook Hamilton at the stop, with a perfect time, a perfect pit stop again. Thanks to the team I think we are in a privileged position and well done to all of them.

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