2011 Spanish Grand Prix grid

2011 Spanish Grand Prix

Row 1 1. Mark Webber 1’20.981
Red Bull
2. Sebastian Vettel 1’21.181
Red Bull
Row 2 3. Lewis Hamilton 1’21.961
McLaren
4. Fernando Alonso 1’21.964
Ferrari
Row 3 5. Jenson Button 1’21.996
McLaren
6. Vitaly Petrov 1’22.471
Renault
Row 4 7. Nico Rosberg 1’22.599
Mercedes
8. Felipe Massa 1’22.888
Ferrari
Row 5 9. Pastor Maldonado 1’22.952
Williams
10. Michael Schumacher No time
Mercedes
Row 6 11. Sebastien Buemi 1’23.231
Toro Rosso
12. Sergio Perez 1’23.367
Sauber
Row 7 13. Jaime Alguersuari 1’23.694
Toro Rosso
14. Kamui Kobayashi 1’23.702
Sauber
Row 8 15. Heikki Kovalainen 1’25.403
Lotus
16. Paul di Resta 1’26.126
Force India
Row 9 17. Adrian Sutil 1’26.571
Force India
18. Jarno Trulli 1’26.521
Lotus
Row 10 19. Rubens Barrichello 1’26.91
Williams
20. Timo Glock 1’27.315
Virgin
Row 11 21. Vitantonio Liuzzi 1’27.809
HRT
22. Narain Karthikeyan 1’27.908
HRT
Row 12 23. Jerome d’Ambrosio 1’28.556
Virgin
24. Nick Heidfeld No time
Renault

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23 comments on 2011 Spanish Grand Prix grid

  1. Icthyes said on 21st May 2011, 14:20

    Kubica would have done better /sarcasm

    I wonder if Schumacher aborted his lap so he could leave open the choice to start on soft tyres tomorrow? Should be an interesting race from him.

    Alonso might be ruing that 4th place tomortrow, especially if Vettel’s KERS isn’t working and he has a mobile chicane to deal with as well as being on the dirty side.

    • Zahir (@zahir) said on 21st May 2011, 14:45

      I doubt schumi will start on softs, if he wanted to he would have qualified with them and had a better grid position.

      I think he is looking for a mega long stint on the hards at the start which is why he didnt even want to do one lap with them and then try and carve his way through the field with the help of softs and drs. Will be interesting to see how it works out, for some reason I dont think it will

    • Fixy (@fixy) said on 21st May 2011, 16:34

      I’ve had enough of fake grids because drivers want new tyres. Qualifying is becoming less and less important.

    • AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 21st May 2011, 20:24

      I think that’s most definitely what Schumacher was doing. Now if only he can convert that aggression into smart over-takes rather than all out ramming other cars he should be in for a good race.

  2. CNSZU said on 21st May 2011, 15:06

    Poetic justice for Sutil, the German thug, gets beaten by his teammate.

  3. juan fanger (@juan-fanger) said on 21st May 2011, 15:16

    Even though starting on the dirty side, I’m backing Petrov to be 3rd into the first corner after Webber and Hamilton. Vettel to drop to around 6th or 7th with dodgy KERS and then fight his way back to 2nd at the finish. Anyone else want to make a prediction?

    • Prisoner Monkeys (@prisoner-monkeys) said on 21st May 2011, 15:53

      Yes: Vitaly Petrov will single-handedly cause the apocalypse that was scheduled for today. He will beat Alonso to the win, causing a war between Russia and Spain. The next few days will play out like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, but with better writing.

      • Rocky said on 21st May 2011, 16:07

        LOL PM you are great!

      • juan fanger (@juan-fanger) said on 22nd May 2011, 2:59

        I like your thinking PM. If Webber beats Vettel will there be pitched battles between Australia and Germany in your post-gp apocalypse? (Perhaps the German war banners would feature a raised index finger, while the Australians would respond with two raised fingers).

  4. george said on 21st May 2011, 15:50

    Yeah, i predict your way off :p

  5. Macca (@macca) said on 21st May 2011, 16:56

    I finally predict with me head instead of my heart and Webber goes and sticks the thing on pole.

  6. AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 21st May 2011, 21:03

    Not a particularly thrilling qualifying session. Similar to how Turkey played out but nevertheless, some good results. Particularly Kovaleinen and Maldonado.

    • US Williams Fan said on 21st May 2011, 21:06

      Hear, Hear. Pastor and Heikki did impress. I’m actually going to be following them as much as the front runners……. unless they are the front runners (wishful thinking, fingers crossed :) )

  7. Doance (@doance) said on 22nd May 2011, 5:00

    Race preds. 1. Vettel 2. Hamilton 3. Button 4. Alonso 5. Rosberg.

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