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Monza 2009: The Grid

Monza 2009: The Grid

With qualifying over with, we now have the grid for the 2009 Italian Grand Prix. Although the fuel loads are yet to be published by the FIA, it is clear (and has since been confirmed) that the Brawns are on a one-stop strategy, and therefore looking very good for the race. The only potential issue for the Brackley team are the KERS-enabled cars ahead of them. Adrian Sutil put in a stunning effort and came very close to his first pole position, but has to settle for P2 and Giancarlo Fisichella struggled, but importantly has performed better than his predecessor, Luca Badoer.

Monza 2009: The Grid
Inclusive of penalties given.

1 British Flag Lewis Hamilton McLaren
1m24.066s
Adrian Sutil Force India
1m24.261s
German Flag 2
3 Finnish Flag Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari
1m24.523s
Heikki Kovalainen McLaren
1m24.845s
Finnish Flag 4
5 Brazilian Flag Rubens Barrichello Brawn
1m25.015s
Jenson Button Brawn
1m25.030s
British Flag 6
7 Italian Flag Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India
1m25.043s
Fernando Alonso Renault
1m25.072s
Spanish Flag 8
9 German Flag Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing
1m25.180s
Mark Webber Red Bull Racing
1m25.314s
Australian Flag 10
11 Italian Flag Jarno Trulli Toyota
1m23.611s
Romain Grosjean Renault
1m23.728s
French Flag 12
13 Polish Flag Robert Kubica BMW
1m23.866s
Giancarlo Fisichella Ferrari
1m23.901s
Italian Flag 14
15 German Flag Nick Heidfeld BMW
1m24.275s
Timo Glock Toyota
1m24.036s
German Flag 16
17 Japanese Flag Kazuki Nakajima Williams
1m24.074s
Nico Rosberg Williams
1m24.121s
German Flag 18
19 Swiss Flag Sebastien Buemi Scuderia Toro Rosso
1m24.220s
Jaime Alguersuari Scuderia Toro Rosso
1m24.951s*
Spanish Flag 20

*Jaime Alguersuari received a 10-grid slot penalty after taking a new gearbox prior to qualifying. The Spanish driver qualified last though, so no effect is seen.

Oliver White

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