May 24, 2009

F1: Monaco GP Results

Is there any stopping Brawn Racing? Already the dominant force in not only Formula 1, but also the Unified Power Rankings (which is our attempt to compare all of the major series), Jenson Button has now won five of the first six races and he's going to pad his lead in those standings because the Monaco Grand Prix has a bonus attached to it as one of racing's marquee events.

Of course teammate Rubens Barrichello came in second, but that didn't catch anyone by surprise either.

Pretty much everyone held serve and finished close to where they started, with the exception of drivers like Heikki Kovalainen who crashed on lap 51 and slipped from seventh to 16th and Sebastian Vettel, whose stellar fourth-place qualification effort went for nothing when he wrecked on lap 15.

Monaco Grand Prix Results

FinishStartDriverLapsStatusAvg Fin
11Jenson Button78Running9.88
23Rubens Barrichello78Running8.41
32Kimi Raikkonen78Running9.44
45Felipe Massa78Running6.71
58Mark Webber78Running9.33
66Nico Rosberg78Running13.25
79Fernando Alonso78Running6.63
814Sebastian Bourdais78Running14.00
913Giancarlo Fisichella78Running9.64
1019Timo Glock77Running11.00
1116Nick Heidfeld77Running9.60
1220Lewis Hamilton77Running5.00
1318Jarno Trulli77Running11.38
1415Adrian Sutil77Running16.33
1510Kazuki Nakajima76Running11.00
167Heikki Kovalainen51Accident12.33
1717Robert Kubica28Brakes8.00
184Sebastian Vettel15Accident11.50
1912Nelson Piquet Jr10Crash Damage18.00
2011Sebastian Buemi10Accident20.00

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