2010 Brazilian Grand Prix grid

Brazilian Grand Prix gridPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Row 1 1. Nico H???lkenberg 1’14.470
Williams-Cosworth
2. Sebastian Vettel 1’15.519
Red Bull-Renault
Row 2 3. Mark Webber 1’15.637
Red Bull-Renault
4. Lewis Hamilton 1’15.747
McLaren-Mercedes
Row 3 5. Fernando Alonso 1’15.989
Ferrari
6. Rubens Barrichello 1’16.203
Williams-Cosworth
Row 4 7. Robert Kubica 1’16.552
Renault
8. Michael Schumacher 1’16.925
Mercedes
Row 5 9. Felipe Massa 1’17.101
Ferrari
10. Vitaly Petrov 1’17.656
Renault
Row 6 11. Jenson Button 1’19.288
McLaren-Mercedes
12. Kamui Kobayashi 1’19.385
Sauber-Ferrari
Row 7 13. Nico Rosberg 1’19.486
Mercedes
14. Jaime Alguersuari 1’19.581
Toro Rosso-Ferrari
Row 8 15. Nick Heidfeld 1’19.899
Sauber-Ferrari
16. Vitantonio Liuzzi 1’20.357
Force India-Mercedes
Row 9 17. Timo Glock 1’22.130
Virgin-Cosworth
18. Jarno Trulli 1’22.250
Lotus-Cosworth
Row 10 19. Heikki Kovalainen 1’22.378
Lotus-Cosworth
20. Sebastien Buemi* 1’19.847
Toro Rosso-Ferrari
Row 11 21. Lucas di Grassi 1’22.810
Virgin-Cosworth
22. Adrian Sutil* 1’20.830
Force India-Mercedes
Row 12 23. Christian Klien 1’23.083
HRT-Cosworth
24. Bruno Senna** 1’23.796
HRT-Cosworth

*Five-place penalty for causing an avoidable accident in the Korean Grand Prix.
**Gearbox change penalty

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  1. Isnt it wonderful for once so many including myself have left out our personal bias and bashing and unite to celebrate a truly awesome performance. Truely,nothing more uniting than underdog victory. F1 rocks..

    That said tommorow alonso will be wiping hamilton’s floor. He he

  2. I have a feeling that the ‘Hulk’s’ hero status may soon turn to zero status, as far as some of us are concerned, depending on what happens in the first few corners of tomorrows race.

    Sometimes you have the combination of just the right amount of power, water, downforce and grip to throw up an anomoly. Which is exactly what has happened here.

    1. I think it’s more about setup – I guess they gambled as Nico said before they were worried not to enter to Q3. In more stable conditions such a gap is not possible.
      Nico wasn’t visible only until that moment when track conditions started to change at very fast pace, with every lap literraly. So I am more impressed by Williams’ setup than time gap to redbulls. So if tomorrow will be dry his shine will fade away quickly.

      Still, it was impressive drive and fully deserved pole.

  3. Well Done Williams and the Hulk.
    The gap is almost unbelievable, I hope there’s no hidden reason for this ie low fuel, for the publicity, but not expecting a finish, just a thought ?

    1. Cars get fueled after quali. So everyone is about the same (low) weight.

    2. Jarred Walmsley
      6th November 2010, 19:12

      Possibly KERS as Dan suggested earlier. And it isn’t banned in the regs there’s just a ‘gentlemans aggreement’ not to use it

      1. As a williams fan part of me hopes thats the case. Lets face it, it means it works a treat!

  4. So….. if this was next year then TEN cars would have been out of the race with the 107% rule applied!

    1. They wouldn’t apply the rule by comparing Q1 times with Q3 times…

    2. ignoring the wet qualy part of the rule…

  5. amazing! I’ m still keeping fingers crossed for the aussie tomorrow, though

  6. Incredible! A serious ‘what the f…’ moment but that was outstanding.

  7. I was at college while quali was on but I didn’t want to know who won, so when I got home I went straight to the TV and watch it like real time. Boy, am I glad I did :D

  8. this was a fluke for Williams and i dont see these resuakt as a sign for 2011 car!!!they(Williams will have a very tough year in 2011,because many of the sponsors will leave this year,RBS,Phillips and they will struggle to have to funds for next year!!

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