2009 Italian GP – Race result – Rubens wins

Rubens Barrichello - Winner of 2009 Italian GP

Rubens Barrichello - Winner of 2009 Italian GP

Rubens Barrichello won the 2009 Italian GP, his second win of the season. Jenson Button finished second, Kimi Raikkonen 3rd, Adrian Sutil 4th. Rubens Barrichello cut 2 more points from Buttons lead, he is now 14 points behind Jenson Button.

This was first Brawn GP 1-2 since Monaco, their 4th of the season. This is the 4th consecutive podium for Kimi Raikkonen, while Jenson Button scored his first podium since his win in Turkey.

The race finished behind the safety car after Lewis Hamilton crashed out on the last lap throwing away 3rd place. It was another bad day in office for Red Bull. Mark Webber crashed out on lap one, Sebastian Vettel only managed one point for 8th place. It looks like the Red Bull title challenge is over …


2009 Italian GP – Race result:

1. R. Barrichello – Brawn GP – 1:16:21.706
2. J. Button – Brawn GP + 2.866
3. K. Räikkönen – Ferrari + 30.664
4. A. Sutil – Force India + 31.131
5. F. Alonso – Renault + 59.182
6. H. Kovalainen – McLaren + 1:00.693
7. N. Heidfeld – BMW Sauber + 1:02.412
8. S. Vettel – Red Bull + 1:05.407
9. G. Fisichella – Ferrari + 1:06.856
10. K. Nakajima – Williams + 2:42.163
11. T. Glock – Toyota + 2:43.925
12. L. Hamilton – McLaren + 1 lap
13. S. Buemi – Toro Rosso + 1 lap
14. J. Trulli – Toyota + 1 lap
15. R. Grosjean – Renault + 1 lap
16. N. Rosberg – Williams + 2 laps

Did not finish

17. V. Liuzzi – Force India + 31 laps
18. J. Alguersuari – Toro Rosso + 34 laps
19. R. Kubica – BMW Sauber + 38 laps
20. M. Webber – Red Bull + 53 laps

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3 Comments Post a Comment
  1. SCGNo Gravatar says:

    Hi can you clarify how the DNF final positions are calculated? LH crashed out on the last lap when in 3rd place and was categorised as 12th. Is it because he completed more laps of the race than the other DNFs? Thanks.

    • F1WolfNo Gravatar says:

      Here is what the rules say:

      45) CLASSIFICATION
      45.1 The car placed first will be the one having covered the scheduled distance in the shortest time, or, where appropriate, passed the Line in the lead at the end of two hours (or more if the race is suspended, see Article 5.3). All cars will be classified taking into account the number of complete laps they have covered, and for those which have completed the same number of laps, the order in which they crossed the Line.
      45.2 Cars having covered less than 90% of the number of laps covered by the winner (rounded down to the nearest whole number of laps), will not be classified.

  2. SCGNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks for the classification clarification …

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