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Brazil 2009: The Grid

Brazil 2009: The Grid

The grid has finally been completed for the Brazilian Grand Prix after the session was deluged under heavy rain and thunderstorms. However, despite all the problems that the drivers endured around the Interlagos circuit, it was Rubens Barrichello who took pole position and will lead the field through the Senna Esses at the start of tomorrow’s race. Jenson Button struggled back in P14 and starts only two places ahead of fellow rival Sebastian Vettel who qualified in P16.

Update: Vitantonio Liuzzi had his gearbox changed after qualifying and therefore drops five places on the grid, promoting Sebastian Vettel and all those behind.

Brazil 2009: The Grid
Inclusive of penalties given.

1 Brazilian Flag Rubens Barrichello Brawn
1m19.576s
Mark Webber Red Bull Racing
1m19.668s
Australian Flag 2
3 German Flag Adrian Sutil Force India
1m19.912s
Jarno Trulli Toyota
1m20.097s
Italian Flag 4
5 Finnish Flag Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari
1m20.168s
Sebastien Buemi Scuderia Toro Rosso
1m20.250s
Swiss Flag 6
7 German Flag Nico Rosberg Williams
1m20.326s
Robert Kubica BMW
1m20.631s
Polish Flag 8
9 Japanese Flag Kazuki Nakajima Williams
1m20.674s
Fernando Alonso Renault
1m21.422s
Spanish Flag 10
11 Japanese Flag Kamui Kobayashi Toyota
1m21.960s
Jaime Alguersuari Scuderia Toro Rosso
1m22.231s
Spanish Flag 12
13 French Flag Romain Grosjean Renault
1m22.477s
Jenson Button Brawn
1m22.504s
British Flag 14
15 German Flag Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing
1m25.009s
Heikki Kovalainen McLaren
1m25.052s
Finnish Flag 16
17 British Flag Lewis Hamilton McLaren
1m25.192s
Nick Heidfeld BMW
1m25.515s
German Flag 18
19 Italian Flag Giancarlo Fisichella Ferrari
1m40.703s
Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India
No Time
Italian Flag 20

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