Renault failed to score at Silverstone after driveshaft failures and punctures spoiled their drivers’ races.
|Robert Kubica||Vitaly Petrov|
|Qualifying time comparison (Q2)||1’31.344 (-0.452)||1’31.796|
|Average race lap||1’40.888 (+2.088)||1’38.800|
Looked on course for another podium finish when he jumped up from sixth to third on the first lap. But even when his car was running well he was struggling to keep Nico Rosberg and Fernando Alonso behind.
Mercedes strategy got Rosberg ahead and Alonso put a move on Kubica too, who defended his position by forcing Alonso off the track. Kubica would have been given the position back had he stayed in the race much longer.
But a driveshaft failure condemned him to his first no-score since Bahrain.
Started well, slipstreaming past Nico Hülkenberg on the Hangar straight and then taking Sebastien Buemi into Club.
But he lost the place to Hülkenberg during the pit stops and was then passed by ttlink, dropping him out of the points. A puncture left him 13th at the chequered flag.
2010 British Grand Prix
- Technical review: British Grand Prix
- Liuzzi explains hard tyre struggle
- Ten F1 fans’ stories from Silverstone
- 2010 British Grand Prix – the complete F1 Fanatic race weekend review
- Was new Silverstone a success? (Poll)
- Alonso: we’ll catch Red Bull in Germany
- Michael wants Silverstone bumps eased
- Who was the best driver of the British Grand Prix weekend? (Poll)
- Both cars in points (Williams race review)
- Kobayashi takes sixth (Sauber race review)