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Monaco GP team-by-team: McLaren 17th May 2010, 16:44

A strange oversight led to Button’s retirement early in the Monaco Grand Prix. Jenson Button Lewis Hamilton Qualifying position 8 5 Qualifying time comparison (Q3) 1’14.637 (+0.205) 1’14.432 Race position 5 Average race lap 1’56.397 (+31.554) 1’24.843 Laps 2/78 78/78 Pit stops 0 1 Jenson Button Not on Hamilton’s pace throughout the weekend and his […]

Monaco GP team-by-team: Red Bull

If Red Bull really are going to dominate the rest of the championship at least we can take heart from the fact their two drivers have been pretty evenly-matched over the first six races. Sebastian Vettel Mark Webber Qualifying position 3 1 Qualifying time comparison (Q3) 1’14.227 (+0.401) 1’13.826 Race position 2 1 Average race […]

Monaco GP team-by-team: Mercedes

The Mercedes drivers swapped positions on the first lap – and again after the last lap. Michael Schumacher Nico Rosberg Qualifying position 7 6 Qualifying time comparison (Q3) 1’14.590 (+0.046) 1’14.544 Race position 12 7 Average race lap 1’25.116 (+0.244) 1’24.872 Laps 78/78 78/78 Pit stops 1 1 Michael Schumacher Beat Rosberg away at the […]

Alonso salvages sixth after missing qualifying (Monaco GP team-by-team)

Sixth place for Fernando Alonso was a valuable piece of damage-limitation. It ensured he stays in touch with the championship – something which didn’t look likely on Saturday evening as he faced starting from the pit lane in the race.

Monaco GP team-by-team: Renault

Robert Kubica scored Renault’s second podium finish of the weekend having been on the pace right from the word go in Monte-Carlo. Robert Kubica Vitaly Petrov Qualifying position 2 14 Qualifying time comparison (Q2) 1’14.549 (-1.027) 1’15.576 Race position 3 13 Average race lap 1’24.808 (-0.514) 1’25.322 Laps 78/78 73/78 Pit stops 1 2 Robert […]

Two crashes in costly race for Williams (Monaco GP team-by-team)

It was a disastrous race for Williams as both drivers crashed out. Rubens Barrichello suffered a rear suspension failure while Nico H???lkenberg had a front wing failure in the tunnel after colliding with one of the HRTs.

Monaco GP team-by-team: Force India

Force India got both cars in the points for the first time this year – then got a boost from the stewards when Michael Schumacher was relegated. Adrian Sutil Vitantonio Liuzzi Qualifying position 12 10 Qualifying time comparison (Q2) 1’15.318 (+0.257) 1’15.061 Race position 8 9 Average race lap 1’24.876 (-0.004) 1’24.880 Laps 78/78 78/78 […]

Monaco GP team-by-team: Toro Rosso

After several frustrating races Sebastien Buemi finally scored his first point of the year. Sebastien Buemi Jaime Alguersuari Qualifying position 13 17 Qualifying time comparison (Q2) 1’15.413 (-0.763) 1’16.176 Race position 10 11 Average race lap 1’24.892 (-0.012) 1’24.904 Laps 78/78 78/78 Pit stops 1 1 Sebastien Buemi Took 12th on the grid and managed […]

Monaco GP team-by-team: Lotus

Differing fortunes for the Lotus drivers. Kovalainen was satisifed with the car’s handling but failed to finish, while Trulli was less happy with his car and, although being counted among the classified finishers, ended the race perched on top of another car. Jarno Trulli Heikki Kovalainen Qualifying position 19 18 Qualifying time comparison (Q1) 1’17.134 […]

Monaco GP team-by-team: HRT

Neither HRT was running at the finish in Monaco but Chandhok was a classified finisher despite his alarming collision with Jarno Trulli on lap 70. Karun Chandhok Bruno Senna Qualifying position 23 22 Qualifying time comparison (Q1) 1’19.559 (+1.05) 1’18.509 Race position 14 Average race lap 1’27.051 (-0.957) 1’28.008 Laps 70/78 58/78 Pit stops 1 […]

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