2011 Belgian Grand Prix pit stops and tyres used

2011 Belgian Grand Prix pit stops

Pit stops

Pit stops

2011 Belgian Grand Prix tyre strategies

Stint 1 Stint 2 Stint 3 Stint 4
Sebastian Vettel Soft Soft Soft Medium
Lewis Hamilton Soft Soft
Mark Webber Soft Medium Medium
Felipe Massa Soft Soft Medium Medium
Nico Rosberg Soft Soft Medium
Jaime Alguersuari Soft
Bruno Senna Soft Soft Medium
Fernando Alonso Soft Soft Medium
Sergio Perez Soft Soft Medium
Vitaly Petrov Soft Soft Medium
Sebastien Buemi Soft
Kamui Kobayashi Soft Soft Medium
Jenson Button Medium Soft Soft Soft
Rubens Barrichello Soft Soft Medium Soft
Adrian Sutil Soft Soft Medium
Heikki Kovalainen Soft Soft Soft Medium
Paul di Resta Soft Soft Medium
Jarno Trulli Soft Soft Medium
Timo Glock Soft Soft Soft Medium
Jerome d’Ambrosio Soft Soft Medium
Pastor Maldonado Soft Soft Medium
Vitantonio Liuzzi Soft Soft Medium
Daniel Ricciardo Soft Soft
Michael Schumacher Medium Soft Soft Soft

2011 Belgian Grand Prix pit stop times

Total time spent in the pits at each pit stop, ranked with the fastest at the top:

Driver Team Pit stop time Gap On lap
1 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 20.153 4
2 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 20.226 0.073 13
3 Bruno Senna Renault 20.756 0.603 21
4 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 20.786 0.633 30
5 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 20.898 0.745 5
6 Mark Webber Red Bull 20.947 0.794 31
7 Adrian Sutil Force India 20.983 0.830 31
8 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 20.994 0.841 8
9 Mark Webber Red Bull 21.015 0.862 3
10 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 21.171 1.018 30
11 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 21.243 1.090 29
12 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber 21.269 1.116 29
13 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 21.319 1.166 31
14 Paul di Resta Force India 21.334 1.181 14
15 Paul di Resta Force India 21.350 1.197 30
16 Vitaly Petrov Renault 21.395 1.242 12
17 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 21.411 1.258 13
18 Pastor Maldonado Williams 21.421 1.268 12
19 Rubens Barrichello Williams 21.478 1.325 31
20 Jarno Trulli Lotus 21.484 1.331 31
21 Felipe Massa Ferrari 21.485 1.332 32
22 Jenson Button McLaren 21.640 1.487 32
23 Timo Glock Virgin 21.721 1.568 35
24 Jenson Button McLaren 21.756 1.603 13
25 Vitantonio Liuzzi HRT 21.766 1.613 11
26 Rubens Barrichello Williams 21.818 1.665 13
27 Felipe Massa Ferrari 21.856 1.703 30
28 Lewis Hamilton McLaren 21.895 1.742 10
29 Vitaly Petrov Renault 21.979 1.826 30
30 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus 22.009 1.856 13
31 Jerome d’Ambrosio Virgin 22.114 1.961 36
32 Jarno Trulli Lotus 22.159 2.006 13
33 Felipe Massa Ferrari 22.267 2.114 9
34 Pastor Maldonado Williams 22.303 2.150 29
35 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus 22.306 2.153 33
36 Adrian Sutil Force India 22.773 2.620 13
37 Jerome d’Ambrosio Virgin 22.939 2.786 13
38 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 23.090 2.937 11
39 Daniel Ricciardo HRT 23.780 3.627 13
40 Sergio Perez Sauber 23.883 3.730 23
41 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber 24.161 4.008 14
42 Timo Glock Virgin 24.204 4.051 14
43 Jenson Button McLaren 26.046 5.893 3
44 Sergio Perez Sauber 26.092 5.939 5
45 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus 28.539 8.386 1
46 Bruno Senna Renault 30.795 10.642 1
47 Vitantonio Liuzzi HRT 30.959 10.806 27
48 Timo Glock Virgin 35.092 14.939 1
49 Rubens Barrichello Williams 47.753 27.600 40

3 comments on 2011 Belgian Grand Prix pit stops and tyres used

  1. sato113 (@sato113) said on 28th August 2011, 19:47

    wow mclaren need to work on their pitstops.

  2. wasiF1 (@wasif1) said on 29th August 2011, 12:28

    Mercedes throughout the season have done a good job in the pit.

  3. lubhz (@lubhz) said on 30th August 2011, 22:56

    Bruno Senna managed to run 20 laps on the soft tyres? That’s impressive. I hope next race is less eventful for him so he can get some solid points.

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