2014 Spanish Grand Prix grid

2014 Spanish Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Circuit de Catalunya, 2014

Row 1 1. Lewis Hamilton 1’25.232
Mercedes
2. Nico Rosberg 1’25.400
Mercedes
Row 2 3. Daniel Ricciardo 1’26.285
Red Bull
4. Valtteri Bottas 1’26.632
Williams
Row 3 5. Romain Grosjean 1’26.960
Lotus
6. Kimi Raikkonen 1’27.104
Ferrari
Row 4 7. Fernando Alonso 1’27.140
Ferrari
8. Jenson Button 1’27.335
McLaren
Row 5 9. Felipe Massa 1’27.402
Williams
10. Nico Hulkenberg 1’27.685
Force India
Row 6 11. Sergio Perez 1’28.002
Force India
12. Daniil Kvyat 1’28.039
Toro Rosso
Row 7 13. Esteban Gutierrez 1’28.280
Sauber
14. Kevin Magnussen No time
McLaren
Row 8 15. Sebastian Vettel* No time
Red Bull
16. Adrian Sutil 1’28.563
Sauber
Row 9 17. Max Chilton 1’29.586
Marussia
18. Jules Bianchi 1’30.177
Marussia
Row 10 19. Marcus Ericsson 1’30.312
Caterham
20. Kamui Kobayashi 1’30.375
Caterham
Row 11 21. Pastor Maldonado** No time
Lotus
22. Jean-Eric Vergne*** No time
Toro Rosso

*Five-place penalty for gearbox change
**Did not set a time in Q1 but granted permission to start by the stewards as he set representative times during practice
***Ten-place penalty for unsafe release

Image © Daimler/Hoch Zwei

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88 comments on 2014 Spanish Grand Prix grid

  1. SteveR said on 10th May 2014, 15:34

    Six GP2 cars would have made it into the F1 grid this year. Pole position is 4.514 sec. slower than last year. Pic in the Caterham-Renault, qualifying 22nd in 2013, did a 1:25.070 that would have put him on pole this year. What a joke.

    • Well, no they wouldn’t. They probably would have been excluded from the session for not running within the regulations.

    • macrob said on 10th May 2014, 17:39

      The circuit of Catalunya is very technical, one of the most challenging of all championship, if a car’s design has more areas of improvement on optimizing a good combination of balance-downforce-speed, they would most certainly show up precisely here, in Barcelona (that is one of the reasons why it is the venue of excellence for testing). Have some faith, I believe is also positive for everyone involved in the sport to see that this 2014 cars still have a lot of room for improvement, they have big potential in performance, in the first 3 races the teams seemed to be focused more on reliability and getting more speed out of the cars, Barcelona will now remind them that they need to start pushing greatly on aerodynamics too and getting the suspension configuration right. By the end of the season, the car performance will be close to those V8 from 2013. Kind regards!

  2. Patrick (@paeschli) said on 10th May 2014, 17:39

    It needs to be updated, Vettel starts 15th.

  3. Uzair Syed (@ultimateuzair) said on 10th May 2014, 17:46

    If Vettel gets a gearbox penalty, he will start 15th.

  4. Andrei (@crandreico) said on 10th May 2014, 22:08

    I’m no superstitious person but I think Maldonado should ask FIA to be able to change it’s car number, to another one than 13. This is getting more and more embarassing for Lotus – Renault.

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