Brazilian Grand Prix result

Position Driver Laps Delay Gap
1 Mark Webber 71
2 Robert Kubica 71 7.626 7.626
3 Lewis Hamilton 71 18.944 11.318
4 Sebastian Vettel 71 19.652 0.708
5 Jenson Button 71 29.005 9.353
6 Kimi Raikkonen 71 33.34 4.335
7 Sebastien Buemi 71 35.991 2.651
8 Rubens Barrichello 71 45.454 9.463
9 Kamui Kobayashi 71 63.324 14.825
10 Giancarlo Fisichella 71 70.665 7.341
11 Vitantonio Liuzzi 71 71.388 0.723
12 Heikki Kovalainen* 71 73.499 3.045
13 Romain Grosjean 70 -1 laps -1 laps
14 Jaime Alguersuari 70 -1 laps 6.707
Not classified
15 Kazuki Nakajima 30 -41 laps -40 laps
16 Nico Rosberg 27 -44 laps -3 laps
17 Nick Heidfeld 21 -50 laps -6 laps
18 Jarno Trulli 0 -71 laps -21 laps
19 Fernando Alonso 0 -71 laps 0
20 Adrian Sutil 0 -71 laps 0

*25-second penalty for unsafe release from pit stop.

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4 comments on Brazilian Grand Prix result

  1. Is there any further news from the race officials or stewards regarding the investigations on several driver they said they would do after the race?

    • Kovalainen has a 25-second penalty for nearly setting Kimi on fire, so moves down from 9th to 12th. McLaren have also been fined $50,000 for the unsafe release of Kovalainen.

      And the stewards deemed the Trulli-Sutil collision a racing incident (got to feel sorry for Fernando over that one), but fined Trulli $10,000 anyway for getting in Adrian’s face after the collision. Bit harsh if you ask me.

  2. sato113 said on 19th October 2009, 0:59

    well done for Buemi! everyone’s forgotten how strong his race was. 7th place is not bad.

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