Wednesday , 17 October 2018
Scuderia Ferrari S.p.A
Scuderia Ferrari S.p.A

2015 Singapore GP Post-Race Stats

Win number three of the season for Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari and the first retirement of Lewis Hamilton in 2015.

Mercedes could have matched two pole records in Singapore, team and driver, but in the end they qualified fifth and sixth, some 1.5 seconds away from Sebastian Vettel’s pole. Vettel’s pole position was the first for Ferrari since the 2013 German GP and their first dry pole since the 2010 Singapore GP. Vettel won in dominant fashion and led every single lap, sounds familiar doesn’t it? Not only did Vettel lead every lap, but Ricciardo was second for the entire race and Raikkonen third for the entire race.

Luckily the rest of the field had some overtaking, Max Verstappen started the race a lap down, was about 30 seconds down on the next car after 20 laps and then recovered to eighth position. Alexander Rossi has finally made his F1 debut and did a solid job of finishing ahead of his teammate and set a lap half a second quicker.

Five different drivers gained six positions from their grid position, Perez, Nasr, Ericsson, Maldonado and Rossi on his debut, partly helped by the five retirements. Vettel’s win was his 42nd in F1 and 75th podium, Ricciardo took his 10th podium and Raikkonen his 79th.

2015PositionsSingapore

Quite a few changes in the championship this week, Raikkonen and Bottas have both moved up one position and Massa down two. Red Bull teammates Ricciardo and Kvyat have switched positions, as have Perez and Grosjean and Verstappen and Hulkenberg.

2015PointsSingapore

Hamilton’s lead has been cut slightly to 41 points, even with a retirement Rosberg still doesn’t look like he can beat him to the title, but can Vettel?

Pos Driver Team Nation Points Laps Fastest Lap Grid Qual
1 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari GER 25 61 01:50.069 1 1
2 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull AUS 18 61 01:50.041 2 2
3 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari FIN 15 61 01:50.341 3 3
4 Nico Rosberg Mercedes GER 12 61 01:50.934 6 6
5 Valtteri Bottas Williams FIN 10 61 01:51.342 7 7
6 Daniil Kvyat Red Bull RUS 8 61 01:51.109 4 4
7 Sergio Perez Force India MEX 6 61 01:51.970 13 13
8 Max Verstappen Toro Rosso NED 4 61 01:50.298 8 8
9 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso ESP 2 61 01:50.401 14 14
10 Felipe Nasr Sauber BRA 1 61 01:52.566 16 16
11 Marcus Ericsson Sauber SWE 0 61 01:51.594 17 17
12 Pastor Maldonado Lotus VEN 0 61 01:50.175 18 18
13 Romain Grosjean Lotus FRA 0 59 01:52.353 10 10
14 Alexander Rossi Manor USA 0 59 01:55.312 20 20
15 Will Stevens Manor GBR 0 59 01:55.890 19 19
RET Jenson Button McLaren GBR 52 01:51.167 15 15
RET Fernando Alonso McLaren ESP 33 01:53.325 12 12
RET Lewis Hamilton Mercedes GBR 32 01:52.505 5 5
RET Felipe Massa Williams BRA 30 01:53.666 9 9
RET Nico Hulkenberg Force India GER 12 01:52.868 11 11

 

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