Sunday , 26 May 2019

Post-race Statistics of the Korean GP

The Korean GP had almost everything, it even had a Jeep briefly leading the race ahead of Vettel. Before Monza no driver had won two races in a row, Vettel has now won FOUR in a row.

If Sebastian Vettel wins just two of the remaining five races then he will win the title, no matter what happens. The only realistic way Fernando Alonso has of winning the championship is if he wins the next five races and that Vettel isn’t on the podium in all of them.

In Singapore Vettel led the entire race, and in Korea he has done it again. Including most of the Italian GP, Vettel has led the last 142 laps in F1. In the race Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean were second and third. In the five races that Grosjean has been third, Raikkonen has been second in every single one.

ChampPosKorea

There were a few changes in the Championship standings for the first time in a while, Raikkonen’s podium takes him back up to third, Hulkenberg’s fantastic fourth took him up two places to 11th and Gutierrez’s 11th puts him above Bottas for 17th. The superb Sauber’s have also moved up to 7th in the Constructors’ Championship, ahead of Toro Rosso but equal on points.

DriverPointsKorea

MASSIVE GAP! All that needs to be said.

Pos Driver Team Points Laps Fastest Lap Grid

1

Sebastian Vettel Red Bull

25

55

01:41.380

1

2

Kimi Raikkonen Lotus

18

55

01:41.975

9

3

Romain Grosjean Lotus

15

55

01:41.936

3

4

Nico Hulkenberg Sauber

12

55

01:42.608

7

5

Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

10

55

01:42.539

2

6

Fernando Alonso Ferrari

8

55

01:42.709

5

7

Nico Rosberg Mercedes

6

55

01:41.471

4

8

Jenson Button McLaren

4

55

01:43.073

11

9

Felipe Massa Ferrari

2

55

01:42.954

6

10

Sergio Perez McLaren

1

55

01:42.973

10

11

Esteban Gutierrez Sauber

0

55

01:42.744

8

12

Valtteri Bottas Williams

0

55

01:43.869

17

13

Pastor Maldonado Williams

0

55

01:44.136

18

14

Charles Pic Caterham

0

55

01:44.477

19

15

Giedo van der Garde Caterham

0

55

01:44.375

20

16

Jules Bianchi Marussia

0

55

01:44.991

22

17

Max Chilton Marussia

0

55

01:45.408

21

18

Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso

0

53

01:44.090

16

19

Daniel Ricciardo Toro Rosso

0

52

01:42.947

12

20

Adrian Sutil Force India

0

50

01:44.095

14

RET

Mark Webber Red Bull

36

01:43.863

13

RET

Paul di Resta Force India

24

01:46.411

15

 

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