Chinese Grand Prix result

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

Pos Num Driver Car Laps Gap Difference Grid
1 1 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 56
2 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 56 1.530 1.530
3 4 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 56 9.484 7.954
4 8 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 56 11.869 2.385
5 11 Robert Kubica Renault 56 22.213 10.344
6 5 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 56 33.310 11.097
7 12 Vitaly Petrov Renault 56 47.600 14.290
8 6 Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 56 52.172 4.572
9 7 Felipe Massa Ferrari 56 57.796 5.624
10 3 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 56 61.749 3.953
11 14 Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 56 62.874 1.125
12 9 Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth 56 63.665 0.791
13 17 Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari 56 71.416 7.751
14 19 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Cosworth 55 1 lap 1 lap
15 10 Nico H???lkenberg Williams-Cosworth 55 1 lap 9.077
16 21 Bruno Senna HRT-Cosworth 54 2 laps 1 lap
17 20 Karun Chandhok HRT-Cosworth 52 4 laps 2 laps
Not classified
18 18 Jarno Trulli Lotus-Cosworth 26 30 laps 26 laps
19 25 Lucas di Grassi Virgin-Cosworth 8 48 laps 18 laps
20 22 Pedro de la Rosa Sauber-Ferrari 7 49 laps 1 lap
21 16 Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 0 56 laps 7 laps
22 15 Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India-Mercedes 0 56 laps 0.000
23 23 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 0 56 laps 0.000
24 24 Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 0 56 laps 0.000

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16 comments on “Chinese Grand Prix result”

    1. i think it was out for so long because the SC had to wait for the whole field to reform behind it. and because of the massive field spread, it took a while.

      1. the massive field spread made it even more likley that it was just done to spice up the racing.

        The cars will have been going round the section where the marshalls where just as they would had they only used double yellows.

        Renault have a right to feel hard done by, the choice to bring out the saftey car cost them a huge number of points.

        1. The safety car’s been kind to Renault in the past, with Piquet…what goes around comes around. I can understand Button wanting to make absolutely sure kept his lead at the re-start though.

          What on earth were Ferrari playing at, letting both cars stop on the same lap, and race each other into the pits?

          1. who cares about the past…
            2nd SC was very very unfair for top3 (but ros kub).

            they were all brave to stay on slicks, and someones stupid decision ruined all of it.
            it helped all chickens who went for wets.

            about mas&alo racing into pits – that was suprisingly stupid!!! :)

      1. How were Vettel (or Webber) unlucky? Unlucky that they drove poorly?

        Drivers of the race: Hamilton and Alonso
        Strategy calls of the race: Jenson, Kubica (not Rosberg since he lost out later against Hamilton)
        Best rookie: Petrov
        Worst veteran: Schumacher
        Unluckiest: Kobayashi (taken out at the start again)

  1. Again the unluckiest man must be Peter Sauber. Only 9 laps this time (for two cars).

    Button score 7-1-8-1 so in Spain he will be 9th?
    Rosberg 5-5-3-3, so in Spain he will win :D

    Very exiting race. Could not get my eyes of the screen for a second.

  2. Phenomenal race, Button was great, had a ~50 second lead taken away from him, carefully (and fairly) managed the restart to his advantage, clawed his lead back out, and held on to his lead with no tyres on the car. He didn’t pass as many cars as Lewis – because he was clever enough to make sure he didn’t have to. Love it.

    But the major highlight wasn’t in the race at all.

    Norbert Haug in the BBC F1 Forum was effing hilarious. I haven’t laughed that hard in years and people say Vettel’s the only German with a sense of humour. Brilliant stuff, he was only short of prostrating himself on the floor and inviting Schui to come in and stand on his back like a carpet. And the funny thing is Schui knows he’s slow but doesn’t seem that bothered. I like the new Schu. Long may he continue!

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