5 de jul de 2016

F1: GP of Austria 2016



Sebastian Vettel, Nico Rosberg, Jenson Button, Pascal Wehrlein, Jolyon Palmer, Kevin Magnussen, Sergio Perez, Romain Grosjean 

Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Räikkönen

Pos
Driver
Team
Laps
1
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes AMG Petronas
71
2
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing
71
3
Kimi Räikkönen
Ferrari
71
4
Nico Rosberg
Mercedes AMG Petronas
71
5
Daniel Ricciardo
Red Bull Racing
71
6
Jenson Button
McLaren Honda
71
7
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
71
8
Carlos Sainz Jr.
Scuderia Toro Rosso
71
9
Valtteri Bottas
Williams Martini Racing
70
10
Pascal Wehrlein
Manor Racing MRT
70
11
Esteban Gutiérrez
Haas F1 Team
70
12
Jolyon Palmer
Renault Sport F1 Team
70
13
Felipe Nasr
Sauber F1 Team
70
14
Kevin Magnussen
Renault Sport F1 Team
70
15
Marcus Ericsson
Sauber F1 Team
70
16
Rio Haryanto
Manor Racing MRT
70
17
Sergio Perez
Force India F1 Team
69

Fernando Alonso
McLaren Honda
64

Nico Hulkenberg
Force India F1 Team
64

Felipe Massa
Williams Martini Racing
63

Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
26

Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia Toro Rosso
2


Drivers Classification

Pos
Driver
Nationality
Team
Points
1
Nico Rosberg
German
153
2
Lewis Hamilton
British
142
3
Sebastian Vettel
German
Ferrari
96
4
Finnish
Ferrari
96
5
Daniel Ricciardo
Australian
88
6
Max Verstappen
Dutch
72
7
Finnish
54
8
Mexican
39
9
Felipe Massa
Brazilian
Williams
38
10
French
Haas
28
11
Daniil Kvyat
Russian
Toro Rosso
22
12
Carlos Sainz
Spanish
Toro Rosso
22
13
Nico Hulkenberg
German
Force India
20
14
Fernando Alonso
Spanish
McLaren
18
15
British
13
16
Kevin Magnussen
Danish
Renault
6
17
Pascal Wehrlein
German
Manor
1
18
Stoffel Vandoorne
Belgian
1
19
Jolyon Palmer
British
Renault
0
20
Mexican
Haas
0
21
Swedish
0
22
Felipe Nasr
Brazilian
0
23
Rio Haryanto
Indonesian
Manor
0


Constructors Classification

Pos
Team
Points
1
Mercedes AMG Petronas
295
2
192
3
Red Bull Racing
168
4
Williams Martini Racing
92
5
Force India F1 Team
59
6
Scuderia Toro Rosso
36
7
McLaren Honda
32
8
Haas F1 Team
28
9
Renault Sport F1 Team
6
10
Manor Racing MRT
1
11
Sauber F1 Team
0



Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton
Lewis, a controversial end to the race. Tell us about the incident between you and Nico?
LH: I don’t feel any particular way about it. I don’t feel it was controversial really. Nico made a mistake into Turn One. You know, we were racing right until the last lap. He made a mistake, clipped the inside kerb and went wide and I got a good run on him up to Turn Two. He blocked the inside, so the only place I could go was down the outside. So I was on the racing line. He was in my blind spot, so I assumed he was still there, so I went very wide, left him plenty of room and as I started to turn – I was at the edge of the track – he collided with me. My guys said that he had something up with the brakes, maybe. So I’m not quite sure exactly what happened. Then I came back onto the track as quick as I could. It was very close between us there. If he did have a brake problem it would be the reason he lifted off really early down the next straight, which we were racing on. But for me it was exciting because… I mean I don’t understand exactly how I ended up being second. I was in the lead and then I guess the safety car kind of brought it into that position. But I never gave up. I pushed all the way. I knew I needed those points. I knew that I have some incredible fans here supporting. Some of them have come a long way. So I did everything I could to not give up and to push all the way.


Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen
Moving to you Max, many congratulations, the start was crucial, you got ahead of your team-mate there and then as in Spain another very long second stint – 56 laps on a set of soft tyres setting you up for this wonderful result.
MV: Yeah, it was a great start and also a good first lap and straight away I could feel the pace was there in the car. So I just moved up to the front and once I cleared some guys I just started to go into my own rhythm. The Mercedes cars at the moment are still a bit too quick, but yeah, I think everything was going quite well. I did a long stint on the soft tyre and especially the last 10 laps, including with some traffic made it very hard. I could see Kimi behind me, he was catching up a lot. At the end to come home in second after what happened on the last lap is of course a bonus. Also, to finish here second, as a Red Bull driver at the Red Bull Ring, is a great feeling.


Kimi Räikkönen
Kimi Räikkönen
Coming to you Kimi, a great start, you were third on the opening lap – but a longer first stint on the supersoft tyre and you ended up losing track position to Max. As in Spain, chased him down in the end but couldn’t get through. A frustrating afternoon for you or are you reasonably satisfied to be on the podium?
KR: Not really. I mean yes it’s OK to be on the podium, it’s better than fourth place, obviously that was a big gift for us but we take, no complaints. We had pretty good speed in the beginning. I was saving tyres a bit and pushing and, y’know was bit catching, bit losing time to Mercedes and going like that. We were pretty close. Then, once we made a pitstop suddenly found myself in sixth position. I think was, y’know, was a bit hard after that. There were safety cars and stuff but the biggest issue was probably with the first Red Bull. Tried to get past him, we had good speed but it as so difficult to get close enough and he always, always when I close I could not find the traction to challenge him and then luckily on one lap I managed to suddenly get a jump on him. Then the speed was good and I kind of run out of the laps. Without yellow flags we could probably have had a very good go with Max – but that’s how it goes. He got second, I got third. Disappointed but it’s better than nothing and we got three points back on Rosberg so it all helps.


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