German Grand Prix result

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18Fernando AlonsoFerrari67
27Felipe MassaFerrari674.1964.196
35Sebastian VettelRed Bull-Renault675.1210.925
42Lewis HamiltonMcLaren-Mercedes6726.89621.775
51Jenson ButtonMcLaren-Mercedes6729.4822.586
66Mark WebberRed Bull-Renault6743.60614.124
711Robert KubicaRenault661 lap1 lap
84Nico RosbergMercedes661 lap6.642
93Michael SchumacherMercedes661 lap3.197
1012Vitaly PetrovRenault661 lap4.376
1123Kamui KobayashiSauber-Ferrari661 lap1.259
129Rubens BarrichelloWilliams-Cosworth661 lap1.654
1310Nico HulkenbergWilliams-Cosworth661 lap0.649
1422Pedro de la RosaSauber-Ferrari661 lap24.309
1517Jaime AlguersuariToro Rosso-Ferrari661 lap17.472
1615Vitantonio LiuzziForce India-Mercedes652 laps1 lap
1714Adrian SutilForce India-Mercedes652 laps10.297
1824Timo GlockVirgin-Cosworth643 laps1 lap
1921Bruno SennaHRT-Cosworth634 laps1 lap
19Heikki KovalainenLotus-Cosworth5611 laps7 laps
25Lucas di GrassiVirgin-Cosworth5017 laps6 laps
20Sakon YamamotoHRT-Cosworth1948 laps31 laps
18Jarno TrulliLotus-Cosworth364 laps16 laps
16Sebastien BuemiToro Rosso-Ferrari166 laps2 laps

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    11 comments on “German Grand Prix result”

    1. Two Ferraris, then two McLaren between two Red Bulls, then two Mercedeses between two Renaults, then two Williamses between two Saubers. Rather unusual.

    2. I’m sorry for Felipe’s garage and mechanics today. They’ve worked so hard all season especially trying to gtet Massa happy with the harder tyre. It was a huge shame for Massa but they had no control today and had to watch what their guy went through and the garages may work for the same team but they’re very competitive between themselves.

      1. Just as he was going pretty impressive on the hards, blocking off Alonso and even slowly pulling away again.
        A great character for managing this. Just like after losing out in the last corner in 2008 a winner non the less.

        1. Yeah but I’d prefer Massa to be the actual winner rather than the victim or moral victor or whatever just once :P

          1. A sad thing, now you will be feeling unhappy even if Massa wins the next race, as it means Alonso DNF or quit a bit behind, dropping him off championship contention.

            I would have liked Massa to take it home as well. He deserved it as he was clearly managing the tyres well and not doing anything stupid on track to lose the car.

    3. oh and congrats to Petrov. In all the madness I didn’t know he scored a point – seems he didn’t either!

      1. I liked that one as well. He had been nursing the car for so long, he didn’t even realize being 10th. Very down to earth character, good job Vitaly.

    4. looks like non of the teams had a gr8 race weekend!!
      ferarri-teams orders
      redbull-another win given away
      mclaren-no fast enough
      merc-only 8th n 9th which is prbs better then expected
      renault-best of the midfeild but couldnt challenge the top
      williams-points given away.
      sauber-no points scored DLR was close
      force india-a race to forget for them only 16th n 17th
      toro rosso-car doesnt seem to be quick enough
      lotus-more reliability problems
      HRT-well who know wats goin on there. (i think sakon driving is part of a toyota tie up)
      so even though everyone said there will be lots of over taking on the track,in reality very few actually took place. mostly by the back markers. dont think any overtaking to place in the top after the first laps. so lets hope hungry will be awsome!! jst like AUS after boring bharain. lol

    5. sorry about the noob question, but what is the “difference” mean on the chart.

      1. It’s the gap to the bloke in front.
        So MAS was 4.196 secs behind ALO, and VET was 0.925 behind MAS. So if you add those two gap times together, you get the figure of 5.121 secs which is the gap between ALO and VET.
        Don’t think I’ve written that very well, but you get the idea!

    6. thank you! .

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