Wednesday , 17 July 2019

Post-race Statistics of the Italian GP

Some more slightly late post-race stats, sorry about that! Vettel won the Italian GP, putting him on 222 points for the season. In the 12 races so far Vettel has been on the podium in 9 of them, finishing a race no lower than fourth.

Vettel also broke Hamilton’s streak of four pole positions and became the first driver this season to win two consecutive races. Lewis Hamilton set his first fastest lap of the season, and did so by over half a second. Lewis Hamilton also failed to reach Q3 for the first time since the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix, 3 and a half years ago.

Nico Hulkenberg made his 50th race start at the Italian GP, qualified an impressive third and finished an equally impressive fifth. Sebastian Vettel started on pole for the 40th time and won his 32nd race, putting him equal on wins with Fernando Alonso. Vettel also won Red Bull their 40th race and 50th pole and Hamilton set the 100th fastest lap for Mercedes powered cars. Felipe Massa finished fourth in the race, giving him 12 points and taking the combined points of all Brazilian drivers up to 3000.

ChampPosItaly

Yet again, not much has changed after the Italian GP. Vergne has dropped down two places while Ricciardo and Hulkenberg have been pushed above him. In the Constructors’ Ferrari have passed Mercedes (again) for second place, with just three points separating them.

DriverPointsItaly

Raikkonen has failed to score points now for two consecutive races, leaving him very close to dropping down further to fourth. Vettel’s lead again expands, now up to 53 points.

Pos Driver Team Points Laps Fastest Lap Grid

1

Sebastian Vettel Red Bull

25

53

01:27.190

1

2

Fernando Alonso Ferrari

18

53

01:26.797

5

3

Mark Webber Red Bull

15

53

01:26.690

2

4

Felipe Massa Ferrari

12

53

01:27.095

4

5

Nico Hulkenberg Sauber

10

53

01:26.716

3

6

Nico Rosberg Mercedes

8

53

01:26.500

6

7

Daniel Ricciardo Toro Rosso

6

53

01:27.294

7

8

Romain Grosjean Lotus

4

53

01:27.043

13

9

Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

2

53

01:25.849

12

10

Jenson Button McLaren

1

53

01:27.830

9

11

Kimi Raikkonen Lotus

0

53

01:26.948

11

12

Sergio Perez McLaren

0

53

01:27.607

8

13

Esteban Gutierrez Sauber

0

53

01:27.092

16

14

Pastor Maldonado Williams

0

53

01:26.981

14

15

Valtteri Bottas Williams

0

53

01:27.166

18

16

Adrian Sutil Force India

0

52

01:27.418

17

17

Charles Pic Caterham

0

52

01:28.620

20

18

Giedo van der Garde Caterham

0

52

01:28.663

19

19

Jules Bianchi Marussia

0

52

01:29.595

21

20

Max Chilton Marussia

0

52

01:29.491

22

21

Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso

14

01:29.710

10

22

Paul di Resta Force India

0

15

 

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