Japanese GP – Race Result – Hamilton Wins

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Hamilton wins the exciting wet wet wet race, while Alonso crashes out. First podium for Kovalainen and Renault this year, first point for Toro Rosso. The championship is now Hamilton’s to loose.

Race Result:
1. L. Hamilton – McLaren 2:00:34.579
2. H. Kovalainen – Renault + 8.377
3. K. Räikkönen – Ferrari + 9.478
4. D. Coulthard – Red Bull + 20.297
5. G. Fisichella – Renault + 38.864
6. F. Massa – Ferrari + 49.042
7. R. Kubica – BMW + 49.200
8. A. Sutil – Spyker F1 + 1:01.100
9. V. Liuzzi – Toro Rosso + 55.600 (handed 25 sec penalty)
10. R. Barrichello – Honda + 1:28.300
11. J. Button – Honda + 1 laps
12. S. Yamamoto – Spyker F1 + 1 laps
13. J. Trulli – Toyota + 1 laps
14. N. Heidfeld – BMW + 2 laps
15. T. Sato – Super Aguri + 2 laps
Did not finish
16. N. Heidfeld – BMW + 2 laps
17. A. Davidson – Super Aguri + 46 laps
18. N. Rosberg – Williams + 18 laps
19. S. Vettel – Toro Rosso + 21 laps
20. M. Webber – Red Bull + 22 laps
21. F. Alonso – McLaren + 26 laps
22. A. Wurz – Williams + 48 laps

Race review to follow.


2 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Ferrari EnzoNo Gravatar says:

    Hmmm, i am not a very big fan of F-1 but i can’t understand why the things get changed so much when the Schumacher leaved Ferrari? Mclaren started to steal their technologies and win all races :)

  2. adminNo Gravatar says:

    Things were not always rosy even while Schumacher was there… Ferrari 2005 season was much much worse than 2007… They only won 1 race that year and only because the Michelin cars did not race :-) It looks like the guy they miss much more than Schumi is Ross Brawn. I doubt that with him on the pit wall they would make such a messy tyre choice as they did on Sunday in Japan

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