31 de mai de 2016

F1: GP of Monaco 2016





Mercedes Team

Daniel Ricciardo, Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Perez

Pos
Driver
Team
Laps
1
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes AMG Petronas
78
2
Daniel Ricciardo
Red Bull Racing
78
3
Sergio Perez
Force India F1 Team
78
4
Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
78
5
Fernando Alonso
McLaren Honda
78
6
Nico Hulkenberg
Sauber F1 Team
78
7
Nico Rosberg
Mercedes AMG Petronas
78
8
Carlos Sainz Jr.
Scuderia Toro Rosso
77
9
Jenson Button
McLaren Honda
77
10
Felipe Massa
Williams Martini Racing
77
11
Esteban Gutiérrez
Haas F1 Team
77
12
Valtteri Bottas
Williams Martini Racing
77
13
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
76
14
Pascal Wehrlein
Manor Racing MRT
76
15
Rio Haryanto
Manor Racing MRT
74
16
Marcus Ericsson
Sauber F1 Team
51
17
Felipe Nasr
Sauber F1 Team
48
18
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing
34
19
Kevin Magnussen
Renault Sport F1 Team
32
20
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia Toro Rosso
18
21
Kimi Räikkönen
Ferrari
10
22
Jolyon Palmer
Renault Sport F1 Team
7


Drivers Classification
 
Pos
Driver
Nationality
Team
Points
1
Nico Rosberg
German
106
2
Lewis Hamilton
British
82
3
Australian
66
4
Kimi Räikkönen
Finnish
61
5
German
60
6
Max Verstappen
Dutch
38
7
Brazilian
37
8
Finnish
29
9
Mexican
23
10
Russian
Toro Rosso
22
11
French
Haas
22
12
Spanish
18
13
Carlos Sainz
Spanish
Toro Rosso
16
14
German
14
15
Danish
Renault
6
16
British
5
17
Stoffel Vandoorne
Belgian
1
18
Jolyon Palmer
British
Renault
0
19
Mexican
Haas
0
20
Swedish
0
21
Pascal Wehrlein
German
Manor
0
22
Felipe Nasr
Brazilian
0
23
Rio Haryanto
Indonesian
Manor
0


Constructors Classification

Pos
Team
Points
1
Mercedes AMG Petronas
157
2
121
3
Red Bull Racing
112
4
Williams Martini Racing
66
5
Force India F1 Team
37
6
Scuderia Toro Rosso
30
7
McLaren Honda
24
8
Haas F1 Team
22
9
Renault Sport F1 Team
6
10
Sauber F1 Team
0
11
Manor Racing MRT
0


Lewis Hamilton 

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton, what a win, one of those Monaco Grand Prix people will talk about for many years to come. Your first win of the season, in fact 24 points behind Nico Rosberg in the world championship, less than a win, he lost a place on the line. The key, clearly, was the decision to delay the pit stop and go directly onto the slick tyres. Just talk us through that whole communication process, because ironically it was a communication process here 12 months ago that did for you the other way and it’s totally come your way this time.
LH: Yeah, I’m massively overwhelmed. It’s been a long time coming to get this win, not only in this season but to get the grand prix win here. This is one the toughest, if not the toughest, races of the year for us. Just so much pressure on all of us. Honestly, yesterday didn’t go well and of course I could only come here today hoping for the best and just making sure I was focused. But as soon as it rained it just opened up all the doors of opportunity. Fortunately I was quick enough in the wet, as I usually am here. I think with the strategy it was really just about that the track was drying so quick, but unevenly across the lap, so the first and middle sector were drying up really quick and the last sector was going quite slowly. So it was really kind gauging that and I noticed other people when they came out – Nico I heard had pitted and Sebastian and they weren’t lapping much faster than me, if at all. My tyres weren’t really degrading, so I was like “I got to stay out”. The team were saying we should move but I knew I would drop behind Daniel, so I eked it out as far as I could and luckily right at the end… I switched just at the right time. Coming back out on those slicks, I tell you, it was so slippery for us all. Trying to get temperature into those tyres and quick reflexes for the big snap oversteers you have, so incredibly exciting. And Daniel drove just phenomenally, as I said before. He was all over the back end of my car. I couldn’t really see a huge amount out of my mirrors, because when it rains it gets so dirty. S trying to defend from him and not always knowing exactly where he was probably one of the toughest if not the toughest races I’ve had for as far as I can remember. Huge respect for him and for the way he drove today and a big, big thank you to the team, especially the new guys on my side of the garage that have taken such a…. it’s been a hard five races to be here, six with yesterday and I think today can take a huge amount of weight off them, knowing that they’ve been doing a great job.


Daniel Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo
Thank you very much. Daniel, a warm tribute there from Lewis. Clearly they made some moves but there’s no question that on your side there moves that were made that cost you the race. Second race in a row a pit stop has cost you a win. I know you were just looking at the screens there as to the pit stop, the tyres not being ready. Do you understand how that happebed and what are your feelings about the call to come in for inters when you had the race under control in the first place.
DR: Two races in a row, two races in a row. That’s all I can say. We were quick in the wet, we had a comfortable lead, pitted for inters, got stuck behind Lewis and we just effectively put ourselves in a race we didn’t need to be into. Then I got called into the pits for the slicks and the tyres weren’t ready. I didn’t make the call. I didn't make the late call. I got to the pits and everyone’s running around like headless ‘chooks’. Massively, massively disappointed. I don’t like being up here being miserable, because I got a podium in Formula One, so it should be a good day, but when it happens two weekends in a row it’s hard to take.


Sergio Perez

Sergio Perez
Q: (Sandor Meszaros – Autosport ES Formula Magazin) Checo, can we say that this fantastic Monaco podium finish is another message from you to the top teams?
SP: Well, I hope not only this one, I hope what I have been doing over the past years. I had a really tough time at McLaren and it seems that this is what everyone remembers, my time at McLaren but no one remembers my time at Sauber, my time at Force India. All I can do is keep doing my job, keep doing as well as I can, keep improving as a driver. I think in the last years I have improved a lot. I’m a more complete driver in all aspects, qualifying, race, race pace, better experience. So if the opportunity ever comes, I will be ready for it and I’m up for it. If not, all I can keep doing is doing my job.



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