Monza 2009: Race Result

Monza 2009: Race Result

Heikki Kovalainen is on the fuel-adjusted pole position just ahead of Rubens Barrichello, but on the actual pole position sits Heikki’s team mate Lewis Hamilton. Adrian Sutil sits alongside the leading McLaren in his best ever qualifying performance, and all talk is of strategies. A one-stopper is about 5 seconds quicker, but the leading three are on two-stoppers. KERS will also play a part in the race and in particular, the opening lap and the run down to the first corner.

Monza 2009
Race Results

Laps
Completed

Time
Race Length

Points
Earned

1. Rubens Barrichello Brawn 53 10pts
2. Jenson Button Brawn 53 8pts
3. Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 53 6pts
4. Adrian Sutil Force India 53 5pts
5. Fernando Alonso Renault 53 4pts
6. Heikki Kovalainen Ferrari 53 3pts
7. Nick Heidfeld BMW 53 2pts
8. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing 53 1pt
9. Giancarlo Fisichella Ferrari 53
10. Kazuki Nakajima Williams 53
11. Timo Glock Toyota 53
12. Lewis Hamilton McLaren 52 Accident
13. Sebastien Buemi Scuderia Toro Rosso 52
14. Jarno Trulli Toyota 52
15. Romain Grosjean Renault 52
16. Nico Rosberg Williams 51
17. Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India 23 Gearbox
18. Jaime Alguersuari Scuderia Toro Rosso 20 Retired
19. Robert Kubica BMW 16 Retired
20. Mark Webber Red Bull Racing 0 Accident
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5 comments

  • Rough day for Webber and Hamilton, at opposite ends of the spectrum. Not a bad deal for Fisi on his debut though. And Sutil finally breaks into the points column- very nice day for some, less enthusiastic for others.

  • Nice to see the mutual respect between Rubens and Jensen, I wonder how it will change over the next four races? Seems like the Brawns are back on track and Vettle raced rather defensively with little result. The Ferrari had more potential than what Fisi got out of it.

    Was the Force India mechanic who fell and broke the mirror of injured? Looked like he was hit in the legs.Love the track and the Italian fans. Tifosi show how it should be done.

  • When your championship rivals collect nine and seven points more than you in the closing few rounds of a season I would call that as “having little result”. Vettle has to almost win out and both of the Brawn cars have to collect some DNF’s if he has a chance to win the drivers title this year. The title is Jensens as long as he finishes next to Rubens.

  • I thought Sebastian Vettel was 8th in a Red Bull…

    Whoops. I obviously decided that there was a German driver called Scuderia Toro Rosso. 🙂

    The title is Jensens as long as he finishes next to Rubens.

    I’d have to agree – it’s his to lose.

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