2014 Austrian Grand Prix grid

2014 Austrian Grand Prix

Felipe Massa, Williams, Red Bull Ring, 2014

Row 1 1. Felipe Massa 1’08.759
Williams
2. Valtteri Bottas 1’08.846
Williams
Row 2 3. Nico Rosberg 1’08.944
Mercedes
4. Fernando Alonso 1’09.285
Ferrari
Row 3 5. Daniel Ricciardo 1’09.466
Red Bull
6. Kevin Magnussen 1’09.515
McLaren
Row 4 7. Daniil Kvyat 1’09.619
Toro Rosso
8. Kimi Raikkonen 1’10.795
Ferrari
Row 5 9. Lewis Hamilton No time
Mercedes
10. Nico Hulkenberg No time
Force India
Row 6 11. Jenson Button 1’09.780
McLaren
12. Sebastian Vettel 1’09.801
Red Bull
Row 7 13. Pastor Maldonado 1’09.939
Lotus
14. Jean-Eric Vergne 1’10.073
Toro Rosso
Row 8 15. Sergio Perez* 1’09.754
Force India
16. Adrian Sutil 1’10.825
Sauber
Row 9 17. Esteban Gutierrez 1’11.349
Sauber
18. Jules Bianchi 1’11.412
Marussia
Row 10 19. Kamui Kobayashi 1’11.673
Caterham
20. Marcus Ericsson 1’12.673
Caterham
Row 11 21. Max Chilton** 1’11.775
Marussia
22. Romain Grosjean*** 1’10.642
Lotus

*Five-place penalty for causing a collision with Felipe Massa
**Three-place penalty for causing a collision with Jules Bianchi
***Started from pit lane after car was taken out of parc ferme

Image © Williams/LAT

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82 comments on 2014 Austrian Grand Prix grid

  1. Gideon Hadi (@) said on 21st June 2014, 14:39

    i predict this could be another Canada last 2 weeks. with the Williams battle along with Rosberg, P1 will be very interesting to watch. and p4 battle also very thrilling, i think Alonso, Magnussen, Ricciardo and even Hamilton will battle for it, and lets hope Vettel, Button, and Grosjean could match their teammate on Race

  2. Sven (@crammond) said on 21st June 2014, 14:39

    Last time Williams had first row of the grid, the cars starting from 2nd, 3rd and 5th all DNFed due to a first-corner-incident. That was Germany 2003.

  3. BasCB (@bascb) said on 21st June 2014, 14:44

    So we have a season that so far has given us a change in the order, a tough battle for the WDC between teammates who seem to use every trick in the book and feel the pressure. It gave us 2 of the best races in the last decade. And we got a new winner already in Canada. Now first front row lockout for Williams in over a decade as well as the top 7 being within a second and speeds being close to what they were at the top of the tyre war and with V10s.

    And the guys in charge offer us to “solve” the on track action by losing even more time from racing if we get a SC?? What are they smoking?

    The on track stuff is working as it should guys, just solve issues with sustainability of the financial side.

    • Sven (@crammond) said on 21st June 2014, 14:53

      “And the guys in charge offer us to “solve” the on track action by losing even more time from racing if we get a SC?? What are they smoking? ”

      The viewer-numbers are decreasing. This is mainly due to wrong marketing-choices (and most of all, wrong choice of marketing channels, Pay-TV instead of the Internet), and since those in charge are responsible for those wrong decisions, they want to distract from that. Either that, or they are simply too old and too much out of touch to realise what they are doing, and are just trying to fight that loss of viewers somehow.
      However, that´ll get better once Bernie is history. And LdM (the biggest burden Ferrari ever had), too.

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