13 de jun de 2016

F1: GP of Canada 2016


Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg,  Daniel 'Ricciardo, Valtteri Bottas,  Nico Hulkenberg, Kimi Räikkönen
Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas, Nico Rosberg, Jolyon Palmer, Marcus Ericsson, Kevin Magnussen, Pascal Wehrlein, Nico Hulkenberg, Kimi Räikkönen 

Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas

Mercedes team































































Pos
Driver
Team
Laps
1
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes AMG Petronas
70
2
Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
70
3
Valtteri Bottas
Williams Martini Racing
70
4
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing
70
5
Nico Rosberg
Mercedes AMG Petronas
70
6
Kimi Räikkönen
Ferrari
70
7
Daniel Ricciardo
Red Bull Racing
70
8
Nico Hulkenberg
Force India F1 Team
69
9
Carlos Sainz Jr.
Scuderia Toro Rosso
69
10
Sergio Perez
Force India F1 Team
69
11
Fernando Alonso
McLaren Honda
69
12
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia Toro Rosso
69
13
Esteban Gutiérrez
Haas F1 Team
68
14
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
68
15
Marcus Ericsson
Sauber F1 Team
68
16
Kevin Magnussen
Renault Sport F1 Team
68
17
Pascal Wehrlein
Manor Racing MRT
68
18
Felipe Nasr
Sauber F1 Team
68
19
Rio Haryanto
Manor Racing MRT
68
20
Felipe Massa
Williams Martini Racing
35
21
Jolyon Palmer
Renault Sport F1 Team
16
22
Jenson Button
McLaren Honda
7

Drivers Classification 

Pos
Driver
Nationality
Team
Points
1
Nico Rosberg
German
116
2
Lewis Hamilton
British
107
3
Sebastian Vettel
German
Ferrari
78
4
Australian
72
5
Kimi Räikkönen
Finnish
69
6
Max Verstappen
Dutch
50
7
Finnish
44
8
Felipe Massa
Brazilian
37
9
Mexican
24
10
Russian
Toro Rosso
22
11
French
Haas
22
12
Spanish
18
13
Carlos Sainz
Spanish
Toro Rosso
18
14
German
18
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
223
2
147
3
Red Bull Racing
130
4
Williams Martini Racing
81
5
Force India F1 Team
42
6
Scuderia Toro Rosso
32
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, 45th career victory and your fifth in Canada, as you were quick to point out on the podium. You obviously lost the start to Sebastian, but you go this win I guess, in a way again, because for the second race in a row you were able to do a very, very long final stint on the tyres. How much of that was data about what the tyres would do and how much was pure feel?
LH: Well, firstly, if I may, I want to… I never really dedicate wins to anyone but someone who really inspired me so much throughout my life, Muhammad Ali, and obviously he passed just recently, so I’d love to be able to dedicate this to him and his family. The last 15 laps, for some reason all I could think of was him and Rumble in the Jungle, it was really, really weird. I was driving and I was just thinking of him, and thinking maybe he would be watching the race, I don’t know. So, that’s to him and his family. Rest in peace.
In terms of the tyres: It was really feel. The team obviously told us what the tyres could do, how far they would go. I wasn’t really sure how far the ultrasoft would go. I had already seen graining earlier when I was behind Sebastian. So I was a little bit nervous about it, but it seemed to last, which was great. I could have kept going on the ultrasoft, which was interesting; I had a good pace. Then we swapped. It was a long stint on the information we got before that that tyre could last quite a long time and it was just a beauty. I didn’t have to push too much on the tyre at the beginning, just looking after them, but very conscious that this guy behind was pushing. I was really enjoying the race with him, you know, just battling times here and there. He was so quick and it’s great to see how quick they are and they are really giving us a run for our money, and I just happened to be on a one stop. But fantastic job by the team. I’m really overwhelmed to think just how difficult this season was before these last two races and I feel incredibly grateful and very blessed to have had these two great weekends. I’m just going to keep working hard, as you can see I’m super-focused. For me I felt that today was one of my best races for a while, maybe not as good as the last one, but still really happy with it. Onwards and upwards hopefully.


Sebastian Vettel
Sebastian Vettel


Very well done. Turning to you Sebastian, got the feeling before the race that Ferrari might be able to win this, had that amazing start, and then obviously you committed to that two-stopper with the pit stop on lap 17 under the VSC. Was that because the team thought you wouldn’t be able to do what Lewis did and do that one-stopper and in the final part of the race did you think that a 13-lap tyre offset to Lewis would be enough to challenge? 
SV: Yeah, I think that was the plan, so obviously we committed fairly early. We were in the lead. As the second car in the row, which was Lewis in that case, obviously you have the chance to choose – if the car in front pits you might pit, if the car front stays out you might pit. We committed fairly early to that strategy and I think I was probably the right thing to do in terms of getting to the chequered flag the quickest way. But obviously we lost track position and we didn’t expect that the soft tyre that Lewis put on… first of all the ultrasoft and then the soft would last as long. Myself, I was also surprised to see how long the supersoft lasted and then the soft tyre lasted until the end. As Lewis said, we could have kept going. The degradation wasn’t maybe as high as we expected. That’s maybe where we lost the race. But I want to make one thing clear: I’m not a big fan of blaming anyone or anything. I think it was a great weekend for Ferrari. We’ve had a difficult start to the season because we were never really able to show the true performance of the car and this was maybe the first clean weekend if you look at Saturday and Sunday. And actually I enjoyed the race a lot. Didn’t get the result I was hoping for, especially after the start, but I was enjoying it a lot. The last 30 laps I was just flat out – maybe pushing a little bit too hard at times. It just felt great. That’s what racing should be about. The tyres were fairly consistent. I really enjoyed chasing him down but a couple of laps to go I realised that he was just a bit too quick or the tyres didn’t drop enough.


Valteri Bottas
Valtteri Bottas

Q: Valtteri, podium here for the second year in a row in Montreal. Same strategy as Lewis that got you ahead of the two–stopping Red Bulls and Kimi Raikkonen; tell us about your drive today and also those strategy calls? 
VB: Thank-you, yes. It feels really good to be here again. Montreal has been pretty to me and pretty good to us as a team. For sure it was always going to be one of the good tracks for our car but really pleased with what we have done. Of course, today didn’t come easily. I really needed to thank the team for the decisions they made to commit to the one stop and also the stop lap, it was perfect. This stop was again, massively quick as we’ve seen all season so really thankful for Williams, for today and for the whole weekend. We need more of these kind of results. We just need to keep trying but just very happy at the moment.


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