Sunday , 26 May 2019

Post-race Statistics of the Indian GP

Vettel didn’t lead every lap! But he still qualified on pole, won the race and the championship. Six races in a row and if he wins the remaining three he matches Schumacher’s record of most wins in a season.

Romain Grosjean managed to finish in third for the third consecutive race, despite starting all the way back in 17th on the grid. Grosjean gained a massive 14 places, the most of any driver in any race this season. Nico Rosberg finished the race in second, his third podium of the season and the first time this year he hasn’t stood on the top step.

Fernando Alonso failed to score points in the Indian GP, his first non-scoring race since Malaysia. Which was another race where he damaged his front wing on the first lap. Kimi Raikkonen stole the fastest lap on the final lap thanks to a late pit stop, lapping almost half a second quicker than Sebastian Vettel.

Grosjean and Sutil both used a one stop strategy, with Sutil lasting 19 laps on the soft tyre. Some bloke named Vettel apparently also won his fourth consecutive drivers’ championship, the fourth driver to win four titles and the only one that has won his first four in consecutive years.

ChampPosIndia

A few little switches in the championship standings after the Indian GP, Grosjean has moved up to seventh ahead of Massa, di Resta has moved back ahead of Hulkenberg and Perez has passed Sutil for 12th. In the constructors’, Mercedes have jumped back ahead of Ferrari for second, Lotus could also join in the fight.

DriverPointsIndia

indialapchart

Pos Driver Team Points Laps Fastest Lap Grid

1

Sebastian Vettel Red Bull

25

60

01:28.116

1

2

Nico Rosberg Mercedes

18

60

01:28.816

2

3

Romain Grosjean Lotus

15

60

01:28.796

17

4

Felipe Massa Ferrari

12

60

01:28.886

5

5

Sergio Perez McLaren

10

60

01:28.503

9

6

Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

8

60

01:29.052

3

7

Kimi Raikkonen Lotus

6

60

01:27.679

6

8

Paul di Resta Force India

4

60

01:29.300

12

9

Adrian Sutil Force India

2

60

01:28.419

13

10

Daniel Ricciardo Toro Rosso

1

60

01:28.831

11

11

Fernando Alonso Ferrari

0

60

01:28.709

8

12

Pastor Maldonado Williams

0

60

01:29.012

18

13

Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso

0

59

01:29.280

14

14

Jenson Button McLaren

0

59

01:28.814

10

15

Esteban Gutierrez Sauber

0

59

01:28.682

16

16

Valtteri Bottas Williams

0

59

01:28.928

15

17

Max Chilton Marussia

0

58

01:30.335

22

18

Jules Bianchi Marussia

0

58

01:30.171

19

19

Nico Hulkenberg Sauber

0

54

01:28.947

7

RET

Mark Webber Red Bull

39

01:29.500

4

RET

Charles Pic Caterham

35

01:32.907

21

RET

Giedo van der Garde Caterham

1

20

 

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