24 de jun de 2012

F1 - Gp of Europe (Valencia) 2012



Lewis Hamilton, Romain Grosjean, Pastor Maldonado
Kimi Räikkönen, Sergio Perez, Fernando Alonso

Sebastian Vettel

Felipe Massa

Sebastian Vettel

Fernando Alonso


Kimi Räikkönen, Fernando Alonso, Michael Schumacher, Andrea Stella

Fernando Alonso




Pos     No    Driver                        Team                                Laps   Time/Retired       Grid    Pts
1 5 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 57 1:44:16.649 11 25
2 9 Kimi Räikkönen Lotus-Renault 57 +6.4 secs 5 18
3 7 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 57 +12.6 secs 12 15
4 2 Mark Webber Red Bull Racing-Renault 57 +13.6 secs 19 12
5 12 Nico Hulkenberg Force India-Mercedes 57 +19.9 secs 8 10
6 8 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 57 +21.1 secs 6 8
7 11 Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 57 +22.8 secs 10 6
8 3 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 57 +24.6 secs 9 4
9 15 Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari 57 +27.7 secs 15 2
10 19 Bruno Senna Williams-Renault 57 +35.9 secs 14 1
11 16 Daniel Ricciardo STR-Ferrari 57 +37.0 secs 17
12 18 Pastor Maldonado Williams-Renault 57 +54.6 secs 3
13 21 Vitaly Petrov Caterham-Renault 57 +75.8 secs 20
14 20 Heikki Kovalainen Caterham-Renault 57 +94.6 secs 16
15 25 Charles Pic Marussia-Cosworth 57 +96.5 secs 23
16 6 Felipe Massa Ferrari 56 +1 Lap 13
17 22 Pedro de la Rosa HRT-Cosworth 56 +1 Lap 21
18 23 Narain Karthikeyan HRT-Cosworth 56 +1 Lap 22
19 4 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 55 Accident 2
Ret 10 Romain Grosjean Lotus-Renault 40 Alternator 4
Ret 1 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing-Renault 33 Alternator 1
Ret 14 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 33 Accident damage 7
Ret 17 Jean-Eric Vergne STR-Ferrari 26 Accident damage 18
DNS 24 Timo Glock Marussia-Cosworth
DNS

Note - Glock did not take part due to a stomach bug. Maldonado originally finished 10th, but had 20s added to his race time for causing a collision


2012 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
DRIVERS  |  PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION
PsDriverAustralian Grand PrixMalaysian Grand PrixChinese Grand PrixBahrain Grand PrixSpanish Grand PrixMonaco Grand PrixCanadian Grand PrixEuropean Grand PrixBritish Grand PrixGerman Grand PrixHungarian Grand PrixBelgian Grand PrixItalian Grand PrixSingapore Grand PrixJapanese Grand PrixKorean Grand PrixIndian Grand PrixAbu Dhabi Grand PrixUnited States Grand PrixBrazilian Grand PrixPts
1Fernando Alonso
ESP
10
5
25
1
2
9
6
7
18
2
15
3
10
5
25
1












111
2Mark Webber
AUS
12
4
12
4
12
4
12
4
0
11
25
1
6
7
12
4












91
3Lewis Hamilton
GBR
15
3
15
3
15
3
4
8
4
8
10
5
25
1
0
19












88
4Sebastien Vettel
DEU
18
2
0
11
10
5
25
1
8
6
12
4
12
4
0
M












85
5Nico Rosberg
DEU
0
12
0
13
25
1
10
5
6
7
18
2
8
6
8
6












75
6Kimi Raikkonen
FIN
6
7
10
5
0
14
18
2
15
3
2
9
4
8
18
2












73
7Romain Grosjean
FRA
0
A
0
A
8
6
15
3
12
4
0
A
18
2
0
M












53
8Jenson Button
GBR
25
1
0
14
18
2
0
18
2
9
0
16
0
16
4
8












49
9Sergio Perez
MEX
4
8
18
2
0
11
0
11
0
M
0
11
15
3
2
9












39
10Pastor Maldonado
VEN
0
13
0
19
4
8
0
M
25
1
0
A
0
13
0
12












29
11Paul Di Resta
GBR
1
10
6
7
0
12
8
6
0
14
6
7
0
11
6
7












27
12Kamui Kobayashi
JPN
8
6
0
M
1
10
0
13
10
5
0
M
2
9
0
M












21
13Michael Schumacher
DEU
0
M
1
10
0
M
1
10
0
A
0
M
0
M
15
3












17
14Nico Hulkenberg
DEU
0
A
2
9
0
15
0
12
1
10
4
8
0
12
10
5












17
15Bruno Senna
BRA
0
16
8
6
6
7
0
22
0
A
1
10
0
17
1
10












16
16Felipe Massa
BRA
0
M
0
15
0
13
2
9
0
15
8
6
1
10
0
16












11
17Jean-Eric Vergne
FRA
0
11
4
8
0
16
0
14
0
12
0
12
0
15
0
M












4
18Daniel Ricciardo
AUS
2
9
0
12
0
17
0
15
0
13
0
M
0
14
0
11












2
19Heikki Kovalainen
FIN
0
M
0
18
0
23
0
17
0
16
0
13
0
18
0
14












0
20Vitaly Petrov
RUS
0
M
0
16
0
18
0
16
0
17
0
M
0
19
0
13












0
21Timo Glock
DEU
0
14
0
17
0
19
0
19
0
18
0
14
0
M













0
22Charles Pic
FRA
0
15
0
20
0
20
0
M
0
M
0
M
0
20
0
15












0
23Narain Karthikeyan
IND
-
DS
0
22
0
22
0
21
0
M
0
15
0
M
0
18












0
24Pedro De la Rosa
ESP
-
DS
0
21
0
21
0
20
0
19
0
A
0
M
0
17












0

CONSTRUCTORS  |  PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION
PsConstructorAustralian Grand PrixMalaysian Grand PrixChinese Grand PrixBahrain Grand PrixSpanish Grand PrixMonaco Grand PrixCanadian Grand PrixEuropean Grand PrixBritish Grand PrixGerman Grand PrixHungarian Grand PrixBelgian Grand PrixItalian Grand PrixSingapore Grand PrixJapanese Grand PrixKorean Grand PrixIndian Grand PrixAbu Dhabi Grand PrixUnited States Grand PrixBrazilian Grand PrixPts
1Red Bull Racing30
2
4
12
4
11
22
4
5
37
1
4
8
6
11
37
4
1
18
7
4
12
M
4












176
2Vodafone McLaren Mercedes40
1
3
15
3
14
33
3
2
4
8
18
6
8
9
10
16
5
25
1
16
4
19
8












137
3Lotus F1 Team6
7
A
10
5
A
8
6
14
33
3
2
27
4
3
2
A
9
22
2
8
18
2
M












126
4Scuderia Ferrari10
5
M
25
15
1
2
13
9
8
9
7
18
15
2
23
3
6
11
10
5
25
1
16












122
5Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team0
M
12
1
10
13
25
M
1
11
10
5
6
A
7
18
M
2
8
6
M
23
6
3












92
6Sauber F1 Team12
8
6
18
2
M
1
11
10
0
13
11
10
M
5
0
M
11
17
3
9
2
M
9












60
7Williams F1 Team0
13
16
8
19
6
10
7
8
0
M
22
25
A
1
1
A
10
0
17
13
1
10
12












45
8Sahara Force India F1 Team1
10
A
8
7
9
0
15
12
8
6
12
1
10
14
10
7
8
0
12
11
16
7
5












44
9Scuderia Toro Rosso2
9
11
4
12
8
0
17
16
0
14
15
0
12
13
0
12
M
0
15
14
0
11
M












6
10Caterham F1 Team0
M
M
0
18
16
0
23
18
0
16
17
0
16
17
0
M
13
0
18
19
0
13
14












0
11Marussia F1 Team0
14
15
0
17
20
0
19
20
0
M
19
0
M
18
0
14
M
0
20
M
0
15












0
12HRT F1 Team0
DS
DS
0
22
21
0
21
22
0
20
21
0
M
19
0
15
A
0
M
M
0
17
18












0
KEY:  25
1
NC
M
A
X
W
DS  
 Points Scored in Race
 Position in Race
 Not Classified
 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.

Fernando Alonso - ESP
Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso


It’s difficult to express in words what is the feeling now. Winning a home grand prix is something unique - a very special feeling. I had the opportunity to do this in Barcelona in 2006 with Renault and I still remember that day perfectly. And now I did the same here in Valencia, with this special team, Ferrari, with all the grandstand full of red colour and Spanish flags. Here now, with the Euro football championship also, there is a lot of Spanish atmosphere inside all of us. Feeling very proud to be a Spanish sportsman at the moment and winning in Spain this race is probably the best victory I ever felt in terms of emotions. Nothing maybe compares to this one.
It’s unpredictable. Good results. Still a sport. Sport is about that. Sport is about the ups and downs. Yesterday, we had a tough moment. We were said not being in Q3. But you can never give up because anything can happen in sport in general and maybe more in Formula One. There are many factors inside, there are the cars, brakes, engines - anything can have a failure in the race. There are a lot of things we need to take care: the strategies, the start, the overtaking, manoeuvres. When you put all of these in one thing you have a Formula One grand prix. Today, we had an amazing race, amazing start, some good fights, I think I remember six or seven overtakings where it was very close, we touched each other. I touched Grosjean in the restart. All of those little moments can go on the wrong side and you finish the race in the wall, or you can be the winner at the end. And today, we had all the good factors with us and the luck and we have to enjoy this.

Kimi Räikkönen - FIN
Kimi Räikkönen

Kimi Räikkönen

Kimi Räikkönen


I think everybody had quite old tyres at that point. I just didn’t have enough tyres. I had enough tyres to get past Hamilton on I think it was the second-last or third-last lap. We didn’t really have the speed to challenge for the win. I think on the start already I got a good start but got blocked by Maldonado in the first right-hander and lost quite a few places because of that. I was a bit behind already at that point. We made a good recovery from that position. I had quite a hard fight with people and overtaking and then second place. It’s OK of course, but not what we wanted.
I got a pretty good start but then in the first right-hander, the little kink, I got blocked by Maldonado so I had to back off. I lost quite a few places there, so at that point onwards it was a case of trying to catch up and try to get past people. I managed to pass some, but it was difficult to pass today. I got sight of Maldonado a few times but he pushed me wide. I tried and tried and then in the end I managed to get past some people and after the safety car I managed to get past people also. On the restart, I lost a place to Hamilton. I just got too much wheelspin out of the corner. It was quite a busy race actually. Then, when I was in the third place, a few cars retired and I thought I would try to save the tyres a bit and try to get Hamilton at some point. I saw him sliding a bit. So I think it was the second-last lap or something but I got him in the end. OK the result second after all things we went through in the race but of course you’re never happy until you win. And for the team, bad luck. It would have been much nicer to have both cars on the podium


Michael Schumacher - GER
Michael Schumacher

Michael Schumacher

Michael Schumacher
I didn’t actually think about a podium at all at the end of the race. It was crossing the line that I asked my guys ‘where did we finish?’ I saw Webber’s pit board and close to the end it showed him eighth and seventh and I knew I was one place ahead of that one. And then boys told me ‘that’s third, that’s podium’. I can’t believe that! It’s something I didn't really expect. You sort of lose count, because I was pretty busy in the last stages of the race, plus Maldonado and Hamilton had their issue. Probably normally one minus one would give us the three but I lose count at that stage.
It’s those moments that definitely you enjoy deeply. It’s just a wonderful feeling to back after such a long time. We were a couple of times close to it. It happened in a pretty spectacular way on a track where it is difficult to pass but due to various strategies and differences on track it was pretty exciting and that’s obviously the best way, if you manage the way I did today to jump the podium unexpectedly makes you extra happy.

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