Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari, Singapore, 2015

2015 Singapore Grand Prix result

2015 Singapore Grand Prix

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Pos#DriverCarLapsTime/gapDifferenceReason
15Sebastian VettelFerrari612hrs 1m 22.118s
23Daniel RicciardoRed Bull-Renault611.4781.478
37Kimi RaikkonenFerrari6117.15415.676
46Nico RosbergMercedes6124.7207.566
577Valtteri BottasWilliams-Mercedes6134.2049.484
626Daniil KvyatRed Bull-Renault6135.5081.304
711Sergio PerezForce India-Mercedes6150.83615.328
833Max VerstappenToro Rosso-Renault6151.4500.614
955Carlos Sainz JnrToro Rosso-Renault6152.8601.410
1012Felipe NasrSauber-Ferrari6190.04537.185
119Marcus EricssonSauber-Ferrari6197.5077.462
1213Pastor MaldonadoLotus-Mercedes6197.7180.211
138Romain GrosjeanLotus-Mercedes592 laps2 laps
1453Alexander RossiManor-Ferrari592 laps142.992
1528Will StevensManor-Ferrari592 laps14.806
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22Jenson ButtonMcLaren-Honda529 laps7 lapsGearbox
14Fernando AlonsoMcLaren-Honda3328 laps19 lapsGearbox
44Lewis HamiltonMercedes3229 laps1 lapPower unit
19Felipe MassaWilliams-Mercedes3031 laps2 lapsGearbox
27Nico HulkenbergForce India-Mercedes1249 laps18 lapsAccident

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8 comments on “2015 Singapore Grand Prix result”

  1. Was gonna write a whole gushing comment on the brilliance that is Max Verstappen. But he went from hero to villain. You naughty boy.

    1. Some people will think him even more of a hero for ignoring team orders, I imagine there is a lot of love for him among Massa fans right now – that being said, I would like to know if he agreed to give the place back in return for a chance earlier in the race.

      1. Yeah, too early to judge. But I have to wonder. If they wanted to let Sainz get past to have a crack at Perez that is mental, because if Sainz can’t get past Verstappen, why would he be able to get past Mercedes-powered Perez?
        If it was because Sainz let Verstappen through earlier, well, then Max has to answer for something.
        Either way, brilliant race by him.

        1. Sainz thought he was faster and could get Perez. But it was a big maybe. When there was no one in front, there was no difference in their times. The only time i did see that happen, when there is no potential champion involved, was with Kvyat and Ricciardo, but there was a big difference in pitstop strategy and Kvyat had much better tires. In all the other times, the driver refused, like he should.

      2. I’m of the opinion that asking him to give up his position on the second to last lap was unfair. It’s not like it was earlier in the race when they had different paces or were on different strategies. I don’t know the reason why they wanted Sainz to finish ahead, though.

  2. Driver of the day: The man on track. LOL How can people get into the track? Aren’t the tracks secured with barriers, security guards, barbwires, high fences.. etc??

  3. @keithcollantine Rossi ran the entire race? :)

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