Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Monza, 2013

2013 Italian Grand Prix lap times and fastest laps

2013 Italian Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Monza, 2013The Mercedes drivers headed the fastest lap times in the Italian Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton set the quickest lap late in the race. Hamilton had switched to a two-stop strategy after a slow puncture forced an earlier pit stop.

Race winner Sebastian Vettel backed off at the end of the race as he was nursing a gearbox problem, so much so that he wasn’t in the top half of the fastest lap times.

Italian Grand Prix lap times

All the lap times by the drivers (in seconds, very slow laps excluded):

http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/charts/2013drivercolours.csv

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Sebastian Vettel92.45890.35789.58489.27789.35389.30889.11989.10189.00888.98588.9889.21789.01689.09889.15889.09489.02989.05389.34189.40389.22589.18793.713108.3487.59987.87887.97687.93588.03887.95487.85187.82587.70187.78787.82287.66987.69387.29387.65487.53587.50187.52887.45787.8928887.78787.52187.73387.76387.8687.4787.1989.036
Mark Webber94.30990.79491.36190.1289.49489.40789.47289.6889.70189.54389.4989.72889.42189.3289.95889.49189.66289.26589.40589.2489.25889.38293.496108.24687.75587.9887.81588.22388.39788.13887.97288.05687.98387.83487.97487.70187.46687.58387.62287.81587.3387.57787.46487.26887.43787.42187.18487.49287.27586.99887.01786.99286.69
Felipe Massa93.59990.67589.97389.7789.84589.60189.67190.63789.78289.61289.61289.56389.43889.50689.82389.47689.50889.38789.32689.27289.28889.34489.28393.516109.18688.25888.14487.9588.14588.05987.99987.87187.93587.97988.07587.76387.79487.71487.89687.35987.54587.37687.60387.44287.28987.13887.21487.09587.40687.2587.15587.27587.291
Fernando Alonso94.59590.88690.46889.69389.40689.26589.31789.3889.42189.41689.42589.29189.24989.32289.3289.20489.08389.09288.99288.96589.11688.78388.67488.97988.68988.89793.256109.93787.99887.9888.17288.04487.97387.41588.0687.99387.72187.77887.74487.59387.67187.60787.39287.23987.35287.41787.43187.19187.26586.83186.99486.79787.04
Nico Rosberg95.62691.47490.54190.28290.03489.78789.89590.14389.57989.58589.9289.72489.71389.55989.62389.61289.17589.37189.23988.83789.12388.94189.19288.86388.69492.974109.56588.3489.58488.28988.43488.08487.7987.45788.03188.68688.07387.2787.50387.94887.03886.98386.97387.20986.92387.08987.26686.92386.84986.586.50886.78486.746
Daniel Ricciardo96.28691.41490.70190.04590.15489.86489.69290.35389.7589.74589.99689.989.80789.55689.53789.70389.70289.82989.73589.70589.33893.926109.95388.8588.62588.75588.56788.58488.45588.61288.63288.37188.57788.33188.37888.4488.04288.64588.70589.07488.19388.0387.82887.72187.76587.9988.02887.99587.6187.69587.62687.29487.572
Sergio Perez96.79991.85490.48690.06690.29890.01290.01989.99290.189.71489.81389.70189.72789.59789.3189.82689.62789.67889.74389.86589.4294.111111.11888.47588.54288.39888.42288.67288.3688.59488.61688.34188.64288.45888.26388.35388.34289.23788.16489.18689.83888.01387.68887.60787.80887.65287.78188.22588.69288.6988.54288.77287.868
Jenson Button99.40791.33390.80690.12389.87689.74290.52290.66289.70890.08889.74989.71789.99589.91289.48989.46589.38289.65589.41189.41293.4108.41388.94888.6788.99988.6588.58888.54388.46288.50988.67388.49688.48688.49188.28188.48988.16388.29488.65389.09688.72688.14487.96288.00488.46387.8387.96288.3888.41988.18988.61487.96188.267
Jean-Eric Vergne97.66491.50190.55889.95990.31290.36190.26191.20589.94289.76689.85789.81890.19489.71
Nico Hulkenberg95.26991.05790.75690.12689.80889.689.7389.79389.83589.83289.8389.69789.86489.889.51189.34889.26589.3689.29489.20788.92589.08888.95493.302109.63288.16788.15288.12188.3988.92388.70189.19587.99787.90487.80388.0688.23387.69887.56387.25987.41387.28587.12787.12587.0987.07486.99286.71686.72986.79986.74886.78186.779
Kimi Raikkonen103.6116.77289.40689.19889.3689.13189.11289.08989.71988.95388.96188.84588.8890.13489.66589.29288.66988.81288.51488.39688.46888.80189.28489.27889.30688.68688.22688.29288.44792.566108.98487.61687.51887.74287.23887.34187.37887.28387.0187.31387.78487.76987.79987.80886.94887.2987.34887.64888.58488.26887.44288.00988.065
Lewis Hamilton98.5491.19790.9489.97489.92490.22490.25491.86590.28989.47589.92589.82494.454110.53489.17689.00689.28189.0488.6388.43288.19588.2488.0288.01689.81387.83188.5788.14487.90987.33988.68188.03287.63387.30187.38287.66187.19292.333107.41786.60786.80888.09887.69887.29986.96486.88387.19987.59887.49687.70185.84986.04687.94
Romain Grosjean100.11591.13890.83490.2390.01489.99590.05790.98490.64689.81289.6589.62289.78589.55589.689.34289.53389.61589.47693.436111.96789.24788.92788.59388.8188.61988.52188.23488.21788.09988.06888.12788.29188.30288.12988.03888.01288.00688.52188.99488.74788.16488.07787.72387.3687.61587.49888.79987.65687.31687.44187.04387.882
Pastor Maldonado100.62293.44791.30790.90990.53790.41990.54390.24590.23290.30490.39790.3190.01390.1790.01390.06390.0490.00489.87189.72289.87289.80589.63493.792109.86388.82288.82888.90389.13889.29789.08888.67788.72788.45588.60388.35188.13888.42688.28888.19588.3588.12888.09987.98287.9987.88788.4287.8387.08787.50586.98187.02387.085
Paul di Resta
Esteban Gutierrez100.91492.47490.7790.8390.21290.14290.07390.37690.18990.30790.10490.27490.04689.65189.71889.58189.65489.85689.87889.68489.63789.60989.68389.4988.85489.00292.872108.96887.81987.90288.14787.70887.77588.06388.11988.15787.76387.78387.77387.94990.94289.00387.97688.39688.01987.91387.74887.55688.66487.65588.19987.26387.092
Adrian Sutil99.92692.80490.90790.63990.2290.17490.09889.95190.20890.27489.94989.7489.98290.01189.72489.80789.6889.77389.81989.8889.53889.73889.80893.853112.08488.3788.51888.11588.18888.11788.07988.188.08288.11287.97887.80887.51787.41888.00187.42489.6988.10987.99188.73888.65187.93187.52287.79188.56487.73688.00896.349
Valtteri Bottas101.68293.19291.33391.1290.54190.49190.53390.46190.58590.31690.27990.08690.20190.01390.18390.11790.10390.35890.08789.88289.74390.05590.83890.25995.081110.29989.13588.7388.50888.61488.46488.77788.40688.62188.588.33588.21488.2288.13887.98788.47788.05988.188.15988.14587.97788.50988.04588.06287.19787.55488.24287.166
Giedo van der Garde102.65993.53292.12491.5791.19791.11891.19991.17591.0490.92691.05991.1991.49791.85991.04390.97492.05595.734113.0990.43390.09989.73589.98189.98989.73989.72689.96289.89790.04289.77889.7789.7589.84589.58289.66889.7489.73589.62593.934122.89790.87489.40889.58990.23788.92188.88989.32289.90288.84388.70690.64788.663
Charles Pic101.84193.40391.87691.21491.08991.11991.01790.83590.93390.81191.24390.91990.9690.67290.88491.23996.036112.17990.35390.35390.16690.22690.0690.11290.289.98390.12390.33889.80989.71989.77489.81289.69490.24489.6890.05889.82493.881113.26388.9788.96288.96288.91388.76788.82988.79889.5590.41692.03190.31788.79488.62
Jules Bianchi102.65994.38493.95893.27193.8992.15191.94292.05392.35791.44591.61891.58891.46791.44791.42291.39691.47191.55191.56391.34791.24295.36111.89190.31591.07990.48190.50790.83790.54490.82490.3890.14990.14893.7790.96891.86490.37590.25990.10692.61191.00490.77289.98191.31989.87490.83189.59589.789.89790.05490.25990.325
Max Chilton103.00394.6992.79194.06894.38492.09391.89291.93492.34591.76291.52391.60591.34991.4791.5791.39391.18291.74791.40191.57391.37991.11396.125112.46991.51590.45490.39591.42990.06790.52390.26490.45190.96490.51990.78191.5990.4990.48592.90492.28891.03690.22489.890.17692.26389.97990.42789.49189.8689.83790.97798.477

Italian Grand Prix fastest laps

Each driver’s fastest lap:

RankDriverCarFastest lapGapOn lap
1Lewis HamiltonMercedes1’25.84951
2Nico RosbergMercedes1’26.5000.65150
3Mark WebberRed Bull-Renault1’26.6900.84153
4Nico HulkenbergSauber-Ferrari1’26.7160.86748
5Fernando AlonsoFerrari1’26.7970.94852
6Kimi RaikkonenLotus-Renault1’26.9481.09945
7Pastor MaldonadoWilliams-Renault1’26.9811.13251
8Romain GrosjeanLotus-Renault1’27.0431.19452
9Esteban GutierrezSauber-Ferrari1’27.0921.24353
10Felipe MassaFerrari1’27.0951.24648
11Valtteri BottasWilliams-Renault1’27.1661.31753
12Sebastian VettelRed Bull-Renault1’27.1901.34152
13Daniel RicciardoToro Rosso-Ferrari1’27.2941.44552
14Adrian SutilForce India-Mercedes1’27.4181.56938
15Sergio PerezMcLaren1’27.6071.75844
16Jenson ButtonMcLaren1’27.8301.98146
17Charles PicCaterham-Renault1’28.6202.77152
18Giedo van der GardeCaterham-Renault1’28.6632.81452
19Max ChiltonMarussia-Cosworth1’29.4913.64248
20Jules BianchiMarussia-Cosworth1’29.5953.74647
21Jean-Eric VergneToro Rosso-Ferrari1’29.7103.86114
22Paul di RestaForce India-Mercedes

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24 comments on “2013 Italian Grand Prix lap times and fastest laps”

  1. Funny the lap 8 time from Massa :P

    1. One wonders if Smedley even needs to come on the radio to let him know the guy behind is faster?

      1. before the race massa said he will help his teammate, he did a good job this weekend, and may possibly get another year driving in Ferrari for it.

        1. I wonder how Massa would’ve fared had he been allowed to race Alonso today.

    2. Yeah a couple of drivers had a slow lap 8, maybe a yellow flag or something although I don’t recall.

  2. I knew it… Had the Mercs started up higher, they could have challenge

    1. They could have challenged Vettel for the win… I cannot believe that Lewis was flying for like the whole second stint… Rosberg as well but couldn’t overtake Hulk…

  3. Can anyone tell me what lap Lewis started getting the fastest laps from? Was it on the first set even with a puncture or second set?

    1. lap 51, the last set – he had the fastest tyre available, with the smallest amount of wear compared to every other driver on the grid.

      1. No I meant he set many fastest laps through the race, did they start after his first pit stop or did he manage some on his slow puncture set? Thank you.

  4. Mclaren (@ahmej010gmail-com)
    8th September 2013, 17:29

    Hamilton had incredible pace throughout the race, had he qualified higher, i really think he could have beaten Vettel on outright pace.

    1. Being on a two-stopper means you flog the tyres hard as you can, as opposed to the drivers on one-stoppers who had to manage them more. Combine that with the inherent speed of the Merc (Rosberg set the second fastest lap) and it would have been surprising if LH was not setting a very fast pace.

  5. Mclaren (@ahmej010gmail-com)
    8th September 2013, 17:31

    Why did Mercs pit Hamilton for a second time? He was P5 and much faster than those ahead even on older tyres, i think it would have been a risk worth taking.

    1. his tyres would have gone off by the end of the race. thats 40+ laps on a single set of mediums!!

  6. Compare Kimi and Vettel’s times. If it hadn’t been for that first pit stop, Kimi would be challenging for the lead.

    1. Not necessarily as Räikkönen could run both stints on mediums, which are quite a bit quicker than the hards. Furthermore, I think that if Vettel would not have had such a gap towards the end he would not have nursed his gearbox as much.

    2. no chance, first of all he would have had to qualify in the top 3, which he didn’t, and secondly his stints were on mediums. at the end of the day he finished 11th and is likely to finish 5th in the championship now.

  7. Unbeliveable how much faster was Lewis in comparison with Nico – even with the slow puncture.

    Here a tought: I just watched Lewis saying how much the lack of radio had impact on his race. He said he was almost blind, without knowing how to push or not to push.

    So, it was in Lewis’ hands the control of his race and own pace – which was amazing all through the race.

    So, I’m waiting to read Nico’s radio transcripits because I suspect that Nico’s Race Engineer over controled his pace and tyres degradation. In other words, Lewis was more free to push the car at his will because was free of his race engineer paranoia about tyre degradation.

    1. Hamilton did not even know about the puncture until after the race :)

    2. @becken-lima I agree, this is definitely a theory worth investigating and I would like to think that is exactly what Mercedes are doing as we speak!

  8. First time I have noticed and used this chart, so please bare with me and help
    I also find the lap time of Massa on lap 8 a bit curious, did he lift and then get faster than Alonso?
    Please help me read it properly, “He passed me” suddenly comes to mind from a previous years Grand Prix.
    Well done Massa, No one can ever doubt your sacrifices for the team just start next year faster

    1. He got overtaken by Alonso, which obviously costs time. Nothing special. Compare it to Webber’s 3rd lap.

  9. Is a complete disgrace to pit the fastest driver on track. Mercedes messed it up for lewis today. Just let him race until there is a clear degrade of the Tyres idiots!!!! He would have been at least second today.

    1. No. The tyres would have degraded eventually, maybe not to the point of being unusable, but to the point of being 2 seconds slower than a new set. So it is worth it doing the pit stop.

      I am also sure they let him race until the tyres degraded – we could not see that in the times because the tyre degradation was less than the time gain from fuel burn.

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