Can Jenson Button make the Spanish Grand Prix his fourth victory this season, or will Sebastian Vettel claim his second of the season? Behind the leading duo are Rubens Barrichello who will want to prove his value to the team and Felipe Massa who is yet to score any points this year. Mark Webber in fifth is on the same strategy as his team mate and will be hoping experience can pull him up to the front. The Toyotas look a little of-colour but one cannot completely rule them out of a podium finish, although the prediction poll has Jenson Button as the clear favourite for victory this afternoon.
|1.||Jenson Button Brawn||66||10pts|
|2.||Rubens Barrichello Brawn||66||+13.0s||8pts|
|3.||Mark Webber Red Bull Racing||66||+13.9s||6pts|
|4.||Sebastian Vettel Brawn||66||+18.9s||5pts|
|5.||Fernando Alonso Renault||66||+43.1s||4pts|
|6.||Felipe Massa Ferrari||66||+50.8s||3pts|
|7.||Nick Heidfeld BMW||66||+42.3s||2pts|
|8.||Nico Rosberg Williams||66||+65.2s||1pt|
|9.||Lewis Hamilton McLaren||65||+1 Lap|
|10.||Timo Glock Toyota||65||+1 Lap|
|11.||Robert Kubica BMW||65||+1 Lap|
|12.||Nelson Piquet Jr. Renault||65||+1 Lap|
|13.||Kazuki Nakajima Williams||65||+1 Lap|
|14.||Giancarlo Fisichella Force India||65||+1 Lap|
|15.||Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari||19||RET||Mechanical|
|16.||Heikki Kovalainen McLaren||7||RET||Gearbox|
|17.||Jarno Trulli Toyota||0||RET||Accident|
|18.||Sebastien Buemi Scuderia Toro Rosso||0||RET||Accident|
|19.||Sebastien Bourdais Scuderia Toro Rosso||0||RET||Accident|
|20.||Adrian Sutil Force India||0||RET||Accident|
- The live race notes can be viewed here: Spain 2009: Live Race Notes.
- The current championship standings can be viewed here: Championship Standings.
- The race report can be viewed here: Spain 2009: Button Leads One-Two For Fourth Win Of Year.
- The pitstops and fuel strategies can be viewed here: Spain 2009: Pitstop & Fuel Strategies.