2013 Canadian Grand Prix grid

2013 Canadian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal, 2013

Row 1 1. Sebastian Vettel 1’25.425
Red Bull
2. Lewis Hamilton 1’25.512
Mercedes
Row 2 3. Valtteri Bottas 1’25.897
Williams
4. Nico Rosberg 1’26.008
Mercedes
Row 3 5. Mark Webber 1’26.208
Red Bull
6. Fernando Alonso 1’26.504
Ferrari
Row 4 7. Jean-Eric Vergne 1’26.543
Toro Rosso
8. Adrian Sutil 1’27.348
Force India
Row 5 9. Nico Hulkenberg 1’29.435
Sauber
10. Kimi Raikkonen* 1’27.432
Lotus
Row 6 11. Daniel Ricciardo* 1’27.946
Toro Rosso
12. Sergio Perez 1’29.761
McLaren
Row 7 13. Pastor Maldonado 1’29.917
Williams
14. Jenson Button 1’30.068
McLaren
Row 8 15. Esteban Gutierrez 1’30.315
Sauber
16. Felipe Massa 1’30.354
Ferrari
Row 9 17. Paul di Resta 1’24.908
Force India
18. Charles Pic 1’25.626
Caterham
Row 10 19. Jules Bianchi 1’26.508
Marussia
20. Max Chilton 1’27.062
Marussia
Row 11 21. Giedo van der Garde 1’27.11
Caterham
22. Romain Grosjean** 1’25.716
Lotus

*Two place grid penalty for failing to leave the pits in the order they arrived at the pit exit during Q2.
**Ten-place grid penalty for causing a collision with Daniel Ricciardo.

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Timing data ?? Formula One World Championship Limited 2013

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60 comments on 2013 Canadian Grand Prix grid

  1. Jon Sandor (@jonsan) said on 8th June 2013, 19:59

    So the front row consists of the driver who is fourth on the all-time “percentage starts from the front row” list (Vettel), and the driver who is fifth on it (Hamilton). How often have these two locked out the front row?

    • Jon Sandor (@jonsan) said on 8th June 2013, 20:57

      Starting sixth isn’t terrible for Alonso, given the cars and/or the drivers in front of him. Hard to see hm not getting a podium spot. But as he has said, he not only needs good results himself, he needs Vettel to have bad results.

      It seems like things are starting to slip away from Kimi and Lotus though. By this time tomorrow Lotus will likely be fourth in the constructors standings.

  2. Shreyas Mohanty (@) said on 8th June 2013, 21:17

    @jonsan But the thing is Montreal doesn’t really have a run upto the first corner. So his usual great starts wouldn’t play as big a role. He will surely be 2nd by the time we reach halfway through the race. The real problem is Vettel out at front. P2 is simply not enough for Alonso, especially if it is Vettel ahead of him. That would just increase the already big points gap. So let’s see.

  3. Keith Collantine (@keithcollantine) said on 8th June 2013, 22:57

    Raikkonen and Ricciardo’s penalties are curious: they get two-place grid drops but because Raikkonen received his before Ricciardo, both end up losing one place.

    Raikkonen’s penalty is applied first, dropping him from ninth to eleventh. This promotes Ricciardo to ninth.
    Ricciardo’s penalty is applied next, dropping him from ninth to eleventh. This promotes Raikkonen to tenth.

    The rules state penalties are applied in the order the infractions were committed. As it happens the stewards’ documents state that Raikkonen and Riccardo both committed their infractions at 13:47. However the document detailing Raikkonen’s penalty (#37) was issued before Ricciardo’s (#38).

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