2010 Spanish Grand Prix grid

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Here is the grid for the Spanish Grand Prix:

Row 1 1. Mark Webber 1’19.995
Red Bull-Renault
2. Sebastian Vettel 1’20.101
Red Bull-Renault
Row 2 3. Lewis Hamilton 1’20.829
4. Fernando Alonso 1’20.937
Row 3 5. Jenson Button 1’20.991
6. Michael Schumacher 1’21.294
Row 4 7. Robert Kubica 1’21.353
8. Nico Rosberg 1’21.408
Row 5 9. Felipe Massa 1’21.585
10. Kamui Kobayashi 1’21.984
Row 6 11. Adrian Sutil 1’21.985
Force India-Mercedes
12. Pedro de la Rosa 1’22.026
Row 7 13. Nico H???lkenberg 1’22.131
14. Sebastien Buemi 1’22.191
Toro Rosso-Ferrari
Row 8 15. Jaime Alguersuari 1’22.207
Toro Rosso-Ferrari
16. Vitantonio Liuzzi 1’22.854
Force India-Mercedes
Row 9 17. Rubens Barrichello 1’23.125
18. Jarno Trulli 1’24.674
Row 10 19. Vitaly Petrov 1’22.139
20. Heikki Kovalainen 1’24.748
Row 11 21. Bruno Senna 1’27.122
22. Timo Glock* 1’25.475
Row 12 23. Lucas di Grassi* 1’25.556
24. Karun Chandhok** 1’26.750

*Five-place grid penalty – team failed to notify the FIA about its intended choice of gear ratios soon enough.
**Five-place grid penalty – gearbox change

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20 comments on “2010 Spanish Grand Prix grid”

  1. Petrov and Chandok changed their gearboxes, not engines. An engine change would incur a 10 place penalty =)

  2. Well done to KOB for his effort in Q2. Looks like Red Bull are the team to beat in quali still.

  3. now we’ll finally be able to see how ferrari and mclaren compare during a full race against the red bulls.

  4. if the race ended like the grid positions the championship would looke like this-

    1. Jonathan Proctor
      8th May 2010, 18:03

      That would be perfect for me. :D

      Go McLaren :D

  5. hope Alonso won’t jump start again!
    and bravo for Schumacher, finally beaten his team mate in quali, huh..

  6. Massa won’t make it to turn 2…he has Kobayashi and Sutil behind him.

    1. massa has good straight line speed with a working f duct.

      1. Jonathan Proctor
        8th May 2010, 18:05

        massa has good straight line speed with a working f duct…………….and uses his brakes. :/

        1. oh yeah. didn’t understand the crash connotations!

        2. Maybe it is just me, but doesn’t “f duct” sound like fu***ng duct?

    2. Ned Flanders
      8th May 2010, 16:16

      Haha yeah, one of them’s bound to take him out!

    3. that’s a bit unfair on KOB. he’s never caused a crash. in Australia his front wing got jammed under his car! in china he got rammed by a flying liuzzi. the othre two races he retired.

      1. Two words:

        Brazil. Nakajima!

        1. well ok, but i meant the crashes he’s been in himself haven’t neccesarily been his fault.

  7. My scenario:

    Webber holds onto the lead whilst Hamilton pips Vettel for second. Alonso possibly makes up a place too. Then it all becomes about tyre wear, with the first front-runner pitting winning.

    1. Also, just saw on twitter that Jonathan Legard has said Red Bull and McLaren predict rain for the second half of the race. It was predicted in Malaysia too, but if it happens, I’m going for a McLaren win.

  8. I reckon the Virgins and Chandok should start from the pitlane. They’ll miss out on the first corner shinanegans, if there are any.

  9. Prisoner Monkeys
    9th May 2010, 2:11

    The Spanish fans won’t like Hamilton being in front of Alonso …

  10. hate to think it, but the most talented driver next to the most complete driver, being the two most aggressive drivers, p3 and p4? afraid they are maybe the two most likely to be out after turn 1 – don’t think Vettel will withstand the survivor, the kid has great talent but might get schooled…

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