2012 Monaco Grand Prix grid

2012 Monaco Grand Prix

Row 1 1. Mark Webber 1’14.381
Red Bull
2. Nico Rosberg 1’14.448
Mercedes
Row 2 3. Lewis Hamilton 1’14.583
McLaren
4. Romain Grosjean 1’14.639
Lotus
Row 3 5. Fernando Alonso 1’14.948
Ferrari
6. Michael Schumacher* 1’14.301
Mercedes
Row 4 7. Felipe Massa 1’15.049
Ferrari
8. Kimi Raikkonen 1’15.199
Lotus
Row 5 9. Sebastian Vettel No time
Red Bull
10. Nico Hulkenberg 1?15.421
Force India
Row 6 11. Kamui Kobayashi 1’15.508
Sauber
12. Jenson Button 1’15.536
McLaren
Row 7 13. Bruno Senna 1’15.709
Williams
14. Paul di Resta 1’15.718
Force India
Row 8 15. Daniel Ricciardo 1’15.878
Toro Rosso
16. Jean-Eric Vergne 1’16.885
Toro Rosso
Row 9 17. Heikki Kovalainen 1?16.538
Caterham
18. Vitaly Petrov 1’17.404
Caterham
Row 10 19. Timo Glock 1’17.947
Marussia
20. Pedro de la Rosa 1’18.096
HRT
Row 11 21. Charles Pic 1’18.476
Marussia
22. Narain Karthikeyan 1’19.31
HRT
Row 12 23. Sergio Perez** No time
Sauber
24. Pastor Maldonado*** 1?15.245
Williams

*Five-place grid penalty for causing a collision with Bruno Senna in the Spanish Grand Prix
**Five-place grid penalty for gearbox change
***Ten-place grid penalty for causing a collision with Sergio Perez during practice and five-place grid penalty for gearbox change

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80 comments on 2012 Monaco Grand Prix grid

  1. AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 26th May 2012, 16:35

    The fastest 9 are covered by less than 1s. Nice!

    Schumacher deserved the penalty but it is a shame that his best chance at vindicating his comeback will be most likely quashed. However, like the guys on Sky said, experience pays dividends at Monaco and I’d certainly fancy him more than some of his higher grid placed competitors. Plus, he is known to start well, but well enough to capitalise before the first corner, who knows!?

    What’s going on with Button, he’s paling into obscurity this season? Sort it out Jenson!

  2. lynnduffy (@lynnduffy) said on 26th May 2012, 17:39

    Am I missing something? I saw the lap record listed as 1:14.439 (MS, F2004). Why is his time from today (or Webber’s, even) being counted as a new lap record? Was there a config change or something?

    • sumedh said on 26th May 2012, 18:28

      Lap records can be set only in a race. The 2004 time has been set during the race.

      Qualifying times do not count as lap records.

      • lynnduffy (@lynnduffy) said on 26th May 2012, 18:44

        Oh Duh. /hits self over head with the stupid stick.

        It’s just that lap records (or even times approaching them) have seemed so rare these days that I got ahead of myself. Thanks for not laughing at me for asking. :))

  3. Sam (@samb91) said on 26th May 2012, 19:27

    Wonder if Hamiton will try and look after his tyres, as Webber and the Mercs might have tyres issues!

  4. manatcna (@manatcna) said on 27th May 2012, 3:33

    Maldonado has had an engine change and will start last

  5. manatcna (@manatcna) said on 27th May 2012, 3:34

    Sorry, meant a gearbox change

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