2011 Belgian Grand Prix grid

2011 Belgian Grand Prix

Row 1 1. Sebastian Vettel 1’48.298
Red Bull-Renault
2. Lewis Hamilton 1’48.73
Row 2 3. Mark Webber 1’49.376
Red Bull-Renault
4. Felipe Massa 1’50.256
Row 3 5. Nico Rosberg 1’50.552
6. Jaime Alguersuari 1’50.773
Toro Rosso
Row 4 7. Bruno Senna 1’51.121
8. Fernando Alonso 1’51.251
Row 5 9. Sergio Perez 1’51.374
10. Vitaly Petrov 1’52.303
Row 6 11. Sebastien Buemi 2’04.692
Toro Rosso-Ferrari
12. Kamui Kobayashi 2’04.757
Row 7 13. Jenson Button 2’05.150
14. Rubens Barrichello 2’07.349
Row 8 15. Adrian Sutil 2’07.777
Force India-Mercedes
16. Heikki Kovalainen 2’08.353
Row 9 17. Paul di Resta 2’07.758
Force India-Mercedes
18. Jarno Trulli 2’08.773
Row 10 19. Timo Glock 2’09.566
20. Jerome D’Ambrosio 2’11.601
Row 11 21. Pastor Maldonado* 2’08.106
22. Vitantonio Liuzzi 2’11.616
Row 12 23. Daniel Ricciardo 2’13.077
24. Michael Schumacher No time

*Five-place grid penalty for hitting Lewis Hamilton

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82 comments on 2011 Belgian Grand Prix grid

  1. Nathan said on 27th August 2011, 14:28

    alonso’s first sector was poor. why did he wait so long for webber? :/

  2. driftin said on 27th August 2011, 14:36

    Hamilton for the win, Button in top 5, Schumacher in top 10 with at least two people in the middle, maybe Kovaleinen, going off in first lap.

  3. Alonso_McLaren said on 27th August 2011, 14:45

    What about the 107% rule?

    • DBizzle said on 27th August 2011, 14:49

      They’ll ignore it. It’s down to the teams and they’ll see it’s the rain that has slowed those few cars.

  4. DBizzle said on 27th August 2011, 14:48

    It’s safe to say Maldonado is at fault here.

    As I see it, Hamilton leaves La Source, and proceeds to take the normal racing line (which explains his movement right, he then swerves left to AVOID Maldonado), Maldonado clearly then cuts across Hamilton!

    I think Hamilton should receive no punishment, but Maldonado should be disqualified for this race. He has made himself, the sport, and motor-racing in general look bad, aswell as put others into danger and the added cost of repairing both cars.

    He should be ashamed of himself.

  5. usukpam said on 27th August 2011, 14:51

    Alonso has never had the best of luck around Spa !!!
    Masa should be the guy baging most of the points for ferari tomorrow.

  6. JohnBt said on 27th August 2011, 15:30

    Whatever happened during quali, Spa never fails to surprise every year. That’s the best part.

    Highlight of today will be Pastor and Hamilton. Lewis was grinning widely during post, keeping calm but Pastor was in the wrong IMO. Let’s wait for the stewards.

  7. cooker said on 27th August 2011, 16:58

    poor button :( wasnt good qualifyings for him, i dont think it was his fault either

    nice one hamilton i reckon he would of been on pole position if monaldo didnt bump him :(

  8. AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 27th August 2011, 21:33

    Congratulations to Kovalainen, Alguersuari and especially Senna. Very happy for them all.

  9. wasiF1 (@wasif1) said on 28th August 2011, 4:51

    Good job by Jaime Alguersuari ,hope he have a good day.

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