29 de jul de 2012

F1 - GP of Hungary 2012

Lewis Hamilton, Romain Grosjean, Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button, Kimi Räikkönen

Lewis Hamilton, Romain Grosjean, Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button, Kimi Räikkönen,

 Romain Grosjean, Jenson Button, Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Kimi Räikkönen,
Felipe Massa, Mark Webber, Kimi Räikkönen

Romain Grosjean, Lewis Hamilton

Paul Di Resta, Jean-Eric Vergne, Pastor Maldonad

Mark Webber, Kimi Räikkönen, Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel

 Nico Rosberg, Bruno Senna, Mark Webber

Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button, Romain Grosjean

Kimi Räikkönen, Lewis Hamilton

Kimi Räikkönen, Lewis Hamilton

Kimi Räikkönen, Lewis Hamilton, Romain Grosjean

Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton











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
1052512967182153105251182251105164
2Mark Webber
AUS
124124124124011251671242514848124
3Sebastien Vettel
DEU
182011105251861241240M153105124122
4Lewis Hamilton
GBR
1531531534848105251019480M251117
5Kimi Raikkonen
FIN
671050141821532948182105153182116
6Nico Rosberg
DEU
01201325110567182868601511011077
7Jenson Button
GBR
25101418201829016016481101828676
8Romain Grosjean
FRA
0A0A861531240A1820M8601815376
9Sergio Perez
MEX
481820110110M011153290M8601447
10Kamui Kobayashi
JPN
860M1100131050M290M01112401833
11Pastor Maldonado
VEN
013019480M2510A01301201601501329
12Michael Schumacher
DEU
0M1100M1100A0M0M15367670M29
13Paul Di Resta
GBR
110670128601467011670M01101227
14Felipe Massa
BRA
0M01501329015861100161240122925
15Bruno Senna
BRA
01686670220A110017110290176724
16Nico Hulkenberg
DEU
0A29015012110480121050122901119
17Jean-Eric Vergne
FRA
011480160140120120150M0140140164
18Daniel Ricciardo
AUS
290120170150130M0140110130130152
19Heikki Kovalainen
FIN
0M0180230170160130180140170190170
20Vitaly Petrov
RUS
0M0160180160170M019013-DS0160190
21Timo Glock
DEU
0140170190190180140M0180220210
22Charles Pic
FRA
0150200200M0M0M0200150190200200
23Narain Karthikeyan
IND
-DS0220220210M0150M0180210230M0
24Pedro De la Rosa
ESP
-DS0210210200190A0M0170200210220
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.

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 Racing302
4
124
11
225
4
371
4
811
6
371
4
187
4
124
M
403
1
145
8
164
8
246
2Vodafone McLaren Mercedes403
1
1514
3
333
2
48
18
69
8
1016
5
2516
1
48
19
58
10
182
M
331
6
193
3Lotus F1 Team67
A
105
A
814
6
332
3
274
3
29
A
222
8
18M
2
185
6
1518
3
332
3
192
4Scuderia Ferrari105
M
251
15
213
9
89
7
1815
2
233
6
1110
5
2516
1
304
2
251
12
125
9
189
5Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team0M
12
110
13
251
M
1110
5
6A
7
18M
2
86
M
236
3
615
7
77
10
1M
10
106
6Sauber F1 Team128
6
18M
2
110
11
013
11
105
M
011
M
173
9
2M
9
0M
11
206
4
014
18
80
7Williams F1 Team013
16
86
19
108
7
0M
22
251
A
1A
10
013
17
110
12
29
16
017
15
67
13
53
8Sahara Force India F1 Team110
A
89
7
012
15
812
6
114
10
107
8
011
12
167
5
0M
12
29
11
011
12
46
9Scuderia Toro Rosso211
9
412
8
017
16
014
15
012
13
012
M
014
15
0M
11
014
13
013
14
015
16
6
10Caterham F1 Team0M
M
016
18
018
23
017
16
016
17
013
M
019
18
014
13
0DS
17
016
19
019
17
0
11Marussia F1 Team015
14
020
17
019
20
0M
19
0M
18
014
M
0M
20
015019
18
020
22
020
21
0
12HRT F1 Team0DS
DS
022
21
022
21
021
20
0M
19
015
A
0M
M
018
17
020
21
021
23
0M
22
0

Lewis Hamilton - GBR
Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton
Yeah, these are the kind of grands prix, the races you win like this, where you’re under intense pressure from great drivers like Romain and Kimi – for me it’s a great reminder of the old days with Kimi – and this is the kind of day when you have to have your mind 100 per cent and I feel great because the team didn’t flinch and neither did I.
The team were talking about it. The plan was to do a two-stop but, you know, I had my target laps and the team weren’t confident that I was going to make it to those laps but I knew I would. In my second stint I could have gone longer but they wanted to cover the guys behind which was probably the right thing to do. So, as we did that, then it was just trying to make those tyres last a long time while keeping this guy [Räikkönen] behind. Which as you know, they are absolutely rapid, these guys. So, you know, if we were on another track where overtaking was much easier I think perhaps the result would have been different.

Kimi Räikkönen - FIN
Kimi Räikkönen

Kimi Räikkönen

(Did you have a chance Kimi, with the DRS?)  Ah, no. It was not so bad to follow through the last corner but you’re, I don’t know, one second later on the power every time so they just pull too far away and the straight is not long enough and the others are too fast. So it didn’t really give you any chance. My only chance was that they would run out of the tyres and then you will have a chance – but that never happened, so we probably should have had 20 more laps – and then it would have happened.
I didn’t, so there’s no point to worry about it. I had an OK start but then we had an issue with the KERS and I only could use 50 per cent and I lost one position to Fernando, so the first few laps were not really good because we were trying to get the KERS working. After that it was OK but the same situation with Alonso, I was stuck behind him and just tried to save my tyres and push once we got the clear circuit. It seemed to work both times and we gained a lot of time on those few laps.
Yeah. The team told me it’s going to be very close and I made a mistake with the pit lane speed limiter so it meant maybe five metres after the line I was still on it, so I thought that I really didn’t do a very good job out of there – but luckily it was enough gap and we were side-by-side in the first corner, but I could keep my position quite easily at that point. But it was one of those things: we had a lot of speed but just couldn’t use it in all the race.

Romain Grosjean - FRA 
Romain Grosjean

Romain Grosjean

Romain Grosjean
It just happens. Unfortunately, I got stuck behind another car, which had been [blue] flagged but didn’t let me past in this lap. I lost 1.5 seconds. I wasn’t very happy at that stage to be honest because I had been fighting for the win the whole race with Lewis and suddenly you get stopped by something you cannot really manage. Basically it was close with Kimi. He did what he had to do to not let me pass. I went a little bit on the outside and got the marbles on the tyres and then I struggled to recover. It is what it is.
It’s really difficult to follow another car here, to be close and not do any mistakes. When I was following Lewis sometimes I was losing a little bit the grip of my tyres. Then I had to recover a little bit. Our first pit stop was a disaster. The second one was OK. We didn’t get the chance to jump in on the pit stop strategy. I think that was the only key today because overtaking is really too difficult. You can feel that you’re sliding tyres, losing the grip, sliding more and it gets worse and worse. So it’s very difficult to follow.

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