2009 Brazilian GP – Qualifying – Advantage Rubens

2009 Brazilian GP

2009 Brazilian GP

Rubens Barrichello will start the 2009 Brazilian GP from pole position. Mark Webber will line up next to him on the front row. The championship leader Jenson Button managed only P14, Sebastian Vettel P16. It will be interesting race on Sunday …


1. Barrichello – 1:19.576
2. Webber – 1:19.668
3. Sutil – 1:19.912
4. Trulli – 1:20.097
5. Raikkonen – 1:20.168
6. Buemi – 1:20.250
7. Rosberg – 1:20.326
8. Kubica – 1:20.631
9. Nakajima – 1:20.674
10. Alonso – 1:21.422

Q2:

Vitantonio Liuzzi crashed out early on in Q2 causing red flag. It took more than an hour of waiting before the weather allowed Q2 to resume. The biggest victim of the second session is Jenson Button. He failed to make the cut and qualified at Q14 only. Kamui Kobayasho only just missed out on P10. Williams drivers Rosberg and Nakajima were the fastes drivers in this session. The eliminated drivers are:

11. Kobayashi – 1:21.960
12. Alguersuari – 1:22.231
13. Grosjean – 1:22.477
14. Button – 1:22.504
15. Liuzzi – no time

Q1:

Nico Rosberg was the fastest driver in very wet Q1. The story of the session however is the elimination of one of the three championship contenders – Sebastian Vettel. Surprisingly none of the McLarens made it to Q2… The session was redflagged earlier following Fisichella’s spin.

Drivers eliminated in Q1:

16. Vettel – 1:25.000
17. Kovalainen – 1:25.052
18. Hamilton – 1:25.192
19. Heidfeld – 1:25.515
20. Fisichella – 1:40.703

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