28 de out de 2012

F1 - GP of India 2012


Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button

Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso, Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel

 Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber, Lewis Hamilton

Kimi Räikkönen

Michael Schumacher

Lewis Hamilton, Felipe Massa, Kimi Räikkönen

Jenson Button,  Felipe Massa, Kimi Räikkönen

Jean-Eric Vergne

Kimi Räikkönen, Sergio Perez, Nico Hulkenberg
Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel, Jonathan Wheatley, Mark Webber

Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber, Christian Homer,








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
1Sebastien Vettel
DEU
18
2
0
11
10
5
25
1
8
6
12
4
12
4
0
M
15
3
10
5
12
4
18
2
0
22
25
1
25
1
25
1
25
1
240
2Fernando Alonso
ESP
10
5
25
1
2
9
6
7
18
2
15
3
10
5
25
1
18
2
25
1
10
5
0
A
15
3
15
3
0
A
15
3
18
2
227
3Kimi Raikkonen
FIN
6
7
10
5
0
14
18
2
15
3
2
9
4
8
18
2
10
5
15
3
18
2
15
3
10
5
8
6
8
6
10
5
6
7
173
4Mark Webber
AUS
12
4
12
4
12
4
12
4
0
11
25
1
6
7
12
4
25
1
4
8
4
8
8
6
0
20
0
11
2
9
18
2
15
3
167
5Lewis Hamilton
GBR
15
3
15
3
15
3
4
8
4
8
10
5
25
1
0
19
4
8
0
M
25
1
0
A
25
1
0
M
10
5
1
10
12
4
165
6Jenson Button
GBR
25
1
0
14
18
2
0
18
2
9
0
16
0
16
4
8
1
10
18
2
8
6
25
1
0
M
18
2
12
4
0
M
10
5
141
7Nico Rosberg
DEU
0
12
0
13
25
1
10
5
6
7
18
2
8
6
8
6
0
15
1
10
1
10
0
11
6
7
10
5
0
A
0
M
0
11
93
8Romain Grosjean
FRA
0
A
0
A
8
6
15
3
12
4
0
A
18
2
0
M
8
6
0
18
15
3
0
A
6
7
0
19
6
7
2
9
90
9Felipe Massa
BRA
0
M
0
15
0
13
2
9
0
15
8
6
1
10
0
16
12
4
0
12
2
9
10
5
12
4
4
8
18
2
12
4
8
6
89
10Sergio Perez
MEX
4
8
18
2
0
11
0
11
0
M
0
11
15
3
2
9
0
M
8
6
0
14
0
M
18
2
1
10
0
A
0
11
0
M
66
11Kamui Kobayashi
JPN
8
6
0
M
1
10
0
13
10
5
0
M
2
9
0
M
0
11
12
4
0
18
0
13
2
9
0
13
15
3
0
M
0
14
50
12Nico Hulkenberg
DEU
0
A
2
9
0
15
0
12
1
10
4
8
0
12
10
5
0
12
2
9
0
11
12
4
0
21
0
14
6
7
8
6
4
8
49
13Paul Di Resta
GBR
1
10
6
7
0
12
8
6
0
14
6
7
0
11
6
7
0
M
0
11
0
12
1
10
4
8
12
4
0
12
0
12
0
12
44
14Michael Schumacher
DEU
0
M
1
10
0
M
1
10
0
A
0
M
0
M
15
3
6
7
6
7
0
M
6
7
8
6
0
A
0
11
0
13
0
22
43
15Pastor Maldonado
VEN
0
13
0
19
4
8
0
M
25
1
0
A
0
13
0
12
0
16
0
15
0
13
0
M
0
11
0
M
4
8
0
14
0
16
33
16Bruno Senna
BRA
0
16
8
6
6
7
0
22
0
A
1
10
0
17
1
10
2
9
0
17
6
7
0
12
1
10
0
18
0
14
0
15
1
10
26
17Jean-Eric Vergne
FRA
0
11
4
8
0
16
0
14
0
12
0
12
0
15
0
M
0
14
0
14
0
16
4
8
0
A
0
A
0
13
4
8
0
15
12
18Daniel Ricciardo
AUS
2
9
0
12
0
17
0
15
0
13
0
M
0
14
0
11
0
13
0
13
0
15
2
9
0
12
2
9
1
10
2
9
0
13
9
19Timo Glock
DEU
0
14
0
17
0
19
0
19
0
18
0
14
0
M
0
18
0
22
0
21
0
15
0
17
0
12
0
16
0
18
0
20
0
20Heikki Kovalainen
FIN
0
M
0
18
0
23
0
17
0
16
0
13
0
18
0
14
0
17
0
19
0
17
0
17
0
14
0
15
0
15
0
17
0
18
0
21Vitaly Petrov
RUS
0
M
0
16
0
18
0
16
0
17
0
M
0
19
0
13
-
DS
0
16
0
19
0
14
0
15
0
19
0
17
0
16
0
17
0
22Jérôme D'Ambrosio
BEL
0
13
0
23Charles Pic
FRA
0
15
0
20
0
20
0
M
0
M
0
M
0
20
0
15
0
19
0
20
0
20
0
16
0
16
0
16
0
M
0
19
0
19
0
24Narain Karthikeyan
IND
-
DS
0
22
0
22
0
21
0
M
0
15
0
M
0
18
0
21
0
23
0
M
0
A
0
19
0
A
0
M
0
20
0
21
0
25Pedro De la Rosa
ESP
-
DS
0
21
0
21
0
20
0
19
0
A
0
M
0
17
0
20
0
21
0
22
0
18
0
18
0
17
0
18
0
M
0
M
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.


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
4
2
12
11
4
22
5
4
37
4
1
8
6
11
37
4
1
18
4
7
12
4
M
40
1
3
14
5
8
16
8
4
26
6
2
0
22
20
25
11
1
27
9
1
43
2
1
40
1
3
407
2Scuderia Ferrari10
M
5
25
15
1
2
9
13
8
7
9
18
2
15
23
6
3
11
5
10
25
16
1
30
4
2
25
12
1
12
9
5
10
A
5
27
4
3
19
8
3
18
2
A
27
3
4
26
6
2
316
3Vodafone McLaren Mercedes40
3
1
15
14
3
33
2
3
4
8
18
6
8
9
10
16
5
25
16
1
4
19
8
5
8
10
18
M
2
33
1
6
25
A
1
25
1
M
18
M
2
22
4
5
1
M
10
22
4
5
306
4Lotus F1 Team6
A
7
10
5
A
8
14
6
33
3
2
27
3
4
2
9
A
22
8
2
18
M
2
18
6
5
15
3
18
33
3
2
15
3
A
10
5
13
14
6
7
8
19
6
16
7
5
8
7
9
263
5Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team0
12
M
1
10
13
25
1
M
11
5
10
6
A
7
18
M
2
8
M
6
23
6
3
6
7
15
7
7
10
1
M
10
6
7
11
14
6
7
10
5
A
0
11
A
0
M
13
0
11
22
136
6Sauber F1 Team12
8
6
18
2
M
1
11
10
0
11
13
10
M
5
0
11
M
17
3
9
2
M
9
0
11
M
20
6
4
0
14
18
0
13
M
20
2
9
1
13
10
15
3
A
0
M
11
0
M
14
116
7Sahara Force India F1 Team1
A
10
8
7
9
0
12
15
8
6
12
1
14
10
10
8
7
0
12
11
16
7
5
0
12
M
2
9
11
0
11
12
13
4
10
4
8
21
12
4
14
6
12
7
8
6
12
4
8
12
93
8Williams F1 Team0
13
16
8
19
6
10
8
7
0
M
22
25
1
A
1
10
A
0
13
17
1
10
12
2
9
16
0
15
17
6
13
7
0
M
12
1
11
10
0
18
M
4
8
14
0
15
14
1
10
16
59
9Scuderia Toro Rosso2
11
9
4
8
12
0
17
16
0
15
14
0
13
12
0
M
12
0
14
15
0
11
M
0
13
14
0
14
13
0
16
15
6
9
8
0
12
A
2
9
A
1
10
13
6
9
8
0
13
15
21
10Marussia F1 Team0
14
15
0
17
20
0
19
20
0
19
M
0
M
18
0
14
M
0
M
20
0
15
0
18
19
0
20
22
0
21
20
0
15
16
0
16
17
0
16
12
0
16
M
0
19
18
0
19
20
0
11Caterham F1 Team0
M
M
0
16
18
0
18
23
0
17
16
0
16
17
0
13
M
0
19
18
0
14
13
0
DS
17
0
19
16
0
17
19
0
17
14
0
15
14
0
19
15
0
17
15
0
16
17
0
18
17
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
20
21
0
23
21
0
M
22
0
18
A
0
18
19
0
A
17
0
18
M
0
M
20
0
21
M
0


Sebastian Vettel - GER
Sebastian Vettel

As you said, it's pretty amazing obviously. It's very hard to target those kind of things. I think they either happen or they don't happen. I think the secret, if there is any, is that we didn't approach the first of those four races thinking we can win four. We focussed on the first one, then on the second one, then on the third one, then on the fourth one. So, really step by step. I think, as I said on the radio and earlier, I think the whole team is working together fantastically well. I don't think there is one thing that stands out to make a difference. We can see that in every kind of area. We don't have any problems on Friday, we get through our programme, we get more or less the answers we want, we are able to improve the car from Friday to Saturday with support here on the track but also in the factory. Guys helping us to improve the car. We get the most out of it in qualifying. We had a fantastic race today. Great pitstops as well, obviously those things are easy to forget and easy to remember when they go wrong but I think the pitstops were fantastic - at least the one I had. It takes a lot of discipline, focus in the right moment, to be there, to be sharp and I think we were in the moment. Not thinking about yesterday or last week or last race and not thinking about the end of the race or next week. So, really tried to focus on the moment, which I think is the best thing we can do to maximise the result today. As I said, I'm very happy, I enjoyed the race a lot. I think it was crucial to open a gap in the first stint to break the DRS early to Mark, who had a very good start I think, and it was quite close in Turn One. But I was able to brake a little bit late and have quite a good exit out of Turn Three, which was important for the remainder of the race, and then was able to open a gap, not just to Mark but also to the cars behind and obviously control the race from there. I think we were very competitive on the soft tyres; on the hard tyres I think McLarens and Ferrari were pretty competitive. Unfortunately Mark lost KERS but as I said, I think we were probably not as competitive on the primes as on the soft tyres but all in all a fantastic race. And again a fantastic trophy this year in India. Just very, very happy.



Fernando Alonso - ESP
Fernando Alonso

The first lap we cannot use DRS anyway, it was just the slipstream and I was a nice run out of Turn Three and I could overtake both the McLarens. They were fighting but forgot I was there in Turn Four so they keep the fight by their own selves. We nearly touch each other but I was lucky to exit Turn Four without any damage and overtake one of them. Jenson was defending into Turn Six quite a lot so unfortunately we could overtake only one at the start. One after a few laps because I think we had a little bit more pace than Jenson and then with Mark it was a combination of KERS and DRS because I think Mark was running without KERS so that make a huge difference in terms of top speed and the overtaking was relatively easy.
Yes, I think it's good news for us, seeing that we could fight Red Bull in the race. More or less we knew this. In qualifying we are not close enough to fight for pole position but in the race normally things improve for us. Today was another example but it was perfect for the strategy from the team: very good start, very good top speed and tyre management. Everything set up for the race, everything was fine and I push 120 per cent every lap so the combination was this second place.


Mark Webber - AUS
Mark Webber

No, I was pretty happy with where the stop is. It's nice to go a little bit longer. We had to react to Fernando. We would have gone even longer. Obviously it wasn't due to tyres, it was due to KERS that I started to lose the rhythm and the tempo: obviously when the KERS is coming on and off, we need to also screw around with the brake balance and lots of other things. The guys have got a huge amount of plate-spinning to try to feed that into the cockpit for me. The last thing you want in a one-stop strategy race is starting to have front locking. Because we need to do long, long stints. So obviously this is a pain in the arse and we had to manage it as best we can. The stop was really because of when Fernando pitted, so we had to react to that. Stop was alright and then the prime was a little bit more high-maintenance; a little bit trickier actually, I think for both Seb and I. I managed to break the DRS, managed to get away from Fernando. I then got myself together. KERS was there or there abouts, on and off, and then I caught… I mean the blue flags didn't do nothing for the backmarkers, that's the problem: the guys don't know how much time they kill us in the fast corners. So, when you catch some of those guys in those corners, you lose a second and a half in one sector, or a second. Which happened twice. But, that's the way it was. And those guys can't do that when you've got guys… when you're racing with Fernando, the three of us on the limit, Fernando's going to be all over that stuff. So, it was back on again, and then when I had no KERS, I mean it's not really a battle on the back straight. I went across to the inside but Fernando come past. They've got a very good top gear as well, big top speed. That was it. Then I pushed like… as strong as possible to get to the end of the race. So third, I'm pretty happy with how I drove, I think I drove a pretty good race but in the end it wasn't enough. We could have got more points today for sure. Well done to Seb on the win. 


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