July 11, 2009

F1: German GP lineup, with avg. finish

Mark Webber earned his first Formula 1 pole and will sit at the head of the field to start the German Grand Prix.

The dominant racers of the year aren't far behind, however. Rubens Barrichello and Jenson Button start second and third.

One other qualification of note was Lewis Hamilton. After a couple of weeks of poor time trials, he finally advanced into the final session of knockout qualification and will start fifth. This week, he said the team was fixing their problems. It appears he may just have been right.

Results, with average finish

StartDriverAvg. FinAvg. StartAttempts
1Mark Webber11.8312.176
2Rubens Barrichello5.387.7713
3Jenson Button10.5011.508
4Sebastian Vettel

5Lewis Hamilton9.0010.001
6Heikki Kovalainen8.007.001
7Adrian Sutil19.0021.001
8Felipe Massa6.808.805
9Kimi Raikkonen11.434.007
10Nelson Piquet Jr

11Nick Heidfeld10.2510.388
12Fernando Alonso4.507.336
13Kazuki Nakajima

14Jarno Trulli12.307.2010
15Nico Rosberg13.5016.502
16Robert Kubica7.005.001
17Sebastian Buemi

18Giancarlo Fisichella11.0011.4212
19Timo Glock

20Sebastian Bourdais

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