Hungary 2009: The Grid

Hungary 2009: The Grid

Here is the grid for tomorrow’s Hungarian Grand Prix, which will be updated should any penalties be handed out between now and the race start. At the front we have Fernando Alonso on pole, his first since 2007, but the Spaniard is already ruling out race victory. Right behind are the two Red Bulls who are surely the favourites, and then in P4 we have a KERS-equipped Lewis Hamilton who should be able to make up some places at the start. Felipe Massa is unlikely to make the start of the race following his accident in qualifying.

This grid goes out to Gavin, Pat, Lukeh, Duncan and Jackie, who each offered help when I said on Facebook I was trying to teach myself how to spell correctly and type quickly ‘Jaime Alguersuari’. Each had their own idea, and Lukeh suggested the Spaniard looks more like a Tim, which is obviously easier to say and write. So that is Jaime’s new nickname, as indicated on the grid.

Hungary 2009: The Grid
Inclusive of penalties given.

1 Spanish Flag Fernando Alonso Renault
1m21.569s
Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing
1m21.607s
German Flag 2
3 Australian Flag Mark Webber Red Bull Racing
1m21.741s
Lewis Hamilton McLaren
1m21.839s
British Flag 4
5 German Flag Nico Rosberg Williams
1m21.890s
Heikki Kovalainen McLaren
1m22.095s
Finnish Flag 6
7 Finnish Flag Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari
1m22.468s
Jenson Button Brawn
1m22.511s
British Flag 8
9 Japanese Flag Kazuki Nakajima Williams
1m22.835s
Sebastien Buemi Scuderia Tro Rosso
1m21.002s
Swiss Flag 10
11 Italian Flag Jarno Trulli Toyota
1m21.082s
Rubens Barrichello Brawn
1m21.222s
Brazilian Flag 12
13 German Flag Timo Glock Toyota
1m21.242s
Nelson Piquet Jr. Renault
1m21.389s
Brazilian Flag 14
15 German Flag Nick Heidfeld BMW
1m21.738s
Giancarlo Fisichella Force India
1m21.807s
Italian Flag 16
17 German Flag Adrian Sutil Force India
1m21.868s
Robert Kubica BMW
1m21.901s
Polish Flag 18
19 Spanish Flag Jaime ‘Tim’ Alguersuari Scuderia Toro Rosso
1m22.359s

Felipe Massa had qualified in tenth after getting through to Q3. However, Massa will not start the race tomorrow following his accident at the end of Q2 and therefore Ferrari will only be fielding one driver. All drivers have been moved up a slot.

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