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Grand Prix de Turquie 2011
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Le Grand Prix de Turquie 2011, disputé sur le circuit d’Istanbul, est le 843ème Grand Prix de Formule 1 du championnat du monde. C’est également la quatrième manche du championnat 2011.
Avant le course

[modifier] Déroulement du week-end
[modifier] Essais libres
[modifier] Vendredi matin

Pos. Pilote Voiture Chrono Écart
1 Image:Drapeau_Espagne.svg.png Fernando Alonso Ferrari 1’38″670
2 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1’40″072 + 1″402
3 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1’40″132 + 1″462
4 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nick Heidfeld Renault 1’40″338 + 1″668
5 Image:Drapeau_Russie.svg.png Vitaly Petrov Renault 1’40″401 + 1″731
6 Image:Drapeau_Japon.svg.png Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 1’40″421 + 1″751

NB :
Karun Chandhok, 3e pilote Lotus, a pris la place de Heikki Kovalainen pour cette séance.
Nicolas Hülkenberg, 3e pilote Force India, a pris la place de Adrian Sutil pour cette séance.
Daniel Ricciardo, 3e pilote Toro Rosso, a pris la place de Jaime Alguersuari pour cette séance.

[modifier] Vendredi après-midi

Pos. Pilote Voiture Chrono Écart
1 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1’26″456
2 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1’26″521 + 0″064
3 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1’27″033 + 0″577
4 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1’27″063 + 0″607
5 Image:Drapeau_Australie.svg.png Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 1’27″149 + 0″693
6 Image:Drapeau_Bresil.svg.png Felipe Massa Ferrari 1’27″340 + 0″884

[modifier] Samedi matin

Pos. Pilote Voiture Chrono Écart
1 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1’26″037
2 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1’26″038 + 0″001
3 Image:Drapeau_Australie.svg.png Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 1’26″404 + 0″367
4 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1’26″420 + 0″383
5 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1’26″578 + 0″541
6 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1’26″726 + 0″689

[modifier] Grille de départ

Pos. Pilote Écurie Q1 Q2 Q3
1 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1’27″039 1’25″610 1’25″049
2 Image:Drapeau_Australie.svg.png Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 1’27″090 1’26″075 1’25″454
3 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1’27″514 1’25″801 1’25″574
4 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Lewis Hamllton McLaren-Mercedes 1’27″091 1’26″066 1’25″595
5 Image:Drapeau_Espagne.svg.png Fernando Alonso Ferrari 1’27″349 1’26″152 1’25″851
6 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1’27″374 1’26″485 1’25″982
7 Image:Drapeau_Russie.svg.png Vitaly Petrov Renault 1’27″475 1’26″654 1’26″296
8 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1’27″697 1’26″121 1’26″646
9 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nick Heidfeld Renault 1’27″901 1’26″740 1’26″659
10 Image:Drapeau_Bresil.svg.png Felipe Massa Ferrari 1’27″013 1’26″395 –
11 Image:Drapeau_Bresil.svg.png Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth 1’28″246 1’26″764
12 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 1’27″392 1’27″027
13 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 1’27″625 1’27″145
14 Image:Drapeau_Venezuela.svg.png Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth 1’27″396 1’27″236
15 Image:Drapeau_Mexique.svg.png Sergio Pérez Sauber-Ferrari 1’27″778 1’27″244
16 Image:Drapeau_Suisse.svg.png Sébastien Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1’27″620 1’27″255
17 Image:Drapeau_Espagne.svg.png Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1’28″055 1’27″572
18 Image:Drapeau_Finlande.svg.png Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Renault 1’28″780
19 Image:Drapeau_Italie.svg.png Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault 1’29″673
20 Image:Drapeau_Belgique.svg.png Jérôme d’Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth 1’30″445
21 Image:Drapeau_Italie.svg.png Viantonio Liuzzi HRT-Cosworth 1’30″692
22 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 1’30″813
23 Image:Drapeau_Inde.svg.png Narain Karthikeyan HRT-Cosworth 1’31″564
24 Image:Drapeau_Japon.svg.png Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari –

NB :
Bien que n’ayant réalisé aucun temps, Kamui Kobayashi a été repêché ayant démontré qu’il était capable d’effectuer des temps inférieur à la règle des 107 %.
Jérôme d’Ambrosio a reçu une pénalité de cinq places sur la grille pour non respect des drapeaux jaunes en Q2.

[modifier] Classement de la course

Pos. n° Pilote Écurie Tours Temps/Abandon Grille Points
1 1 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 58 1h30’17″558 (205,596 km/h) 1 25
2 2 Image:Drapeau_Australie.svg.png Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 58 + 8″807 2 18
3 5 Image:Drapeau_Espagne.svg.png Fernando Alonso Ferrari 58 + 10″075 5 15
4 3 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 58 + 40″232 6 12
5 8 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nico Rosberg Mercedes 58 + 47″539 3 10
6 4 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 58 + 59″431 6 8
7 9 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nick Heidfeld Renault 58 + 1’00″857 9 6
8 10 Image:Drapeau_Russie.svg.png Vitaly Petrov Renault 58 + 1’08″168 7 4
9 18 Image:Drapeau_Suisse.svg.png Sébastien Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 58 + 1’09″394 16 2
10 16 Image:Drapeau_Japon.svg.png Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 58 + 1’18″021 24 1
11 6 Image:Drapeau_Bresil.svg.png Felipe Massa Ferrari 58 + 1’19″823 10
12 7 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Michael Schumacher Mercedes 58 + 1’25″444 8
13 14 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Adrian Sutil Force india-Mercedes 57 + 1 tour 12
14 17 Image:Drapeau_Mexique.svg.png Sergio Pérez Sauber-Ferrari 57 + 1 tour 15
15 11 Image:Drapeau_Bresil.svg.png Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth 57 + 1 tour 11
16 19 Image:Drapeau_Espagne.svg.png Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari 57 + 1 tour 17
17 12 Image:Drapeau_Venezuela.svg.png Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth 57 + 1 tour 14
18 21 Image:Drapeau_Italie.svg.png Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault 57 + 1 tour 21
19 20 Image:Drapeau_Finlande.svg.png Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Renault 56 + 2 tours 18
20 25 Image:Drapeau_Belgique.svg.png Jérôme d’Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth 56 + 2 tours 23
21 22 Image:Drapeau_Inde.svg.png Narain Karthikeyan HRT-Cosworth 55 + 3 tours 22
22 23 Image:Drapeau_Italie.svg.png Vitantonio Liuzzi HRT-Cosworth 53 + 5 tours 20
Ab. 15 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Paul di Resta Force india-Mercedes 44 Petre d’une roue 13
NP 24 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth Boîte de vitesses 21

[modifier] Pole position et meilleur tour

Pole position : Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull-Renault) en 1’25″049 (225,950 km/h)
Meilleur tour : Image:Drapeau_Australie.svg.png Mark Webber (Red Bull-Renault) en 1’29″703 (214,227 km/h) au 48ème tour

[modifier] Tours en tête

Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Sebastian Vettel : 57 (1-11 / 13-58)
Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Jenson Button : 1 (12)

[modifier] Classements généraux
Pos. Pilote Écurie Points
1 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 93
2 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 59
3 Image:Drapeau_Australie.svg.png Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 55
4 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 46
5 Image:Drapeau_Espagne.svg.png Fernando Alonso Ferrari 26
6 Image:Drapeau_Bresil.svg.png Felipe Massa Ferrari 24
7 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nick Heidfeld Renault 21
8 Image:Drapeau_Russie.svg.png Vitaly Petrov Renault 21
9 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Nico Rosberg Mercedes 20
10 Image:Drapeau_Japon.svg.png Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 8
11 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Michael Schumacher Mercedes 6
12 Image:Drapeau_Suisse.svg.png Sébastien Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 6
13 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 2
14 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 2

Pos. Écurie Points
1 Image:Drapeau_Autriche.svg.png Red Bull-Renault 148
2 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png McLaren-Mercedes 105
3 Image:Drapeau_Italie.svg.png Ferrari 65
4 Image:Drapeau_GB.svg.png Renault 42
5 Image:Drapeau_Allemagne.svg.png Mercedes 26
6 Image:Drapeau_Suisse.svg.png Sauber-Ferrari 8
7 Image:Drapeau_Inde.svg.png Force India-Mercedes 6
8 Image:Drapeau_Italie.svg.png Toro Rosso-Ferrari 4

[modifier] À noter

13ème victoire pour Sebastian Vettel
18ème victoire de Red Bull, la 133ème pour Renault en tant que motoriste.
9ème doublé pour Red Bull.
19ème pole position de Sebastian Vettel, la 5ème consécutive.
24ème pole position de Red Bull et 179ème de Renault en tant que motoriste.
9ème meilleur tour de Mark Webber.
15ème meilleur tour de Red Bull, 133ème de Renault en tant que motoriste.
Jenson Button franchit la barre des 10 000 tours en Grand Prix (10 036).
23ème Grand Prix consécutif dans les points pour McLaren.
Ce Grand Prix établit un nouveau recoThe 2014 Brazilian Grand Prix (formally the Formula 1 Grande Prêmio Petrobras do Brasil 2014) was a Formula One motor race held on 9 November at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace in São Paulo. It was the 18th and penultimate round of the 2014 Formula One World Championship and the 42nd running of the event as part of the series. The 71-lap race was won by Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg from pole position. His teammate Lewis Hamilton finished second and Williams driver Felipe Massa was third. It was Rosberg’s fifth victory of the season, his first in Brazil, and the eighth of his career.

Rosberg won the pole position by setting the fastest lap in qualifying and maintained the lead until his first pit stop at the end of lap seven. Nico Hülkenberg led after Hamilton’s lap eight pit stop and held it until Rosberg overtook him six laps later. Hamilton returned to the lead when Rosberg made a second pit stop 12 laps later but a spin at turn four during the extra lap he was on the track lost him the position. On blistered front tyres, Hamilton remained close by Rosberg by the time of the third cycle of pit stops but Rosberg held off his teammate to win the race.

The result allowed Rosberg to lower Hamilton’s lead in the World Drivers’ Championship to 17 points while Daniel Ricciardo secured third place despite retiring with a suspension issue. Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso each gained one position to move into fourth and fifth places. Mercedes increased their unassailable lead in the World Constructors’ Championship to 278 points over Red Bull Racing with one race left in the season.
The 2014 Brazilian Grand Prix was the 18th of the 19 rounds in the 2014 Formula One World Championship and the 42nd running of the event as part of the series.[1] It was held on 9 November at the 4.309 km (2.677 mi) 15-turn Autódromo José Carlos Pace in São Paulo.[1] As they were at the United States Grand Prix the week before, Formula One’s commercial rights owner Bernie Ecclestone granted Caterham and Marussia dispensation to miss the race due to their ongoing financial struggles coupled with the high cost of travel to the western hemisphere and the one-week gap between the United States and Brazilian Grand Prix.[2] The drag reduction system (DRS) had two activation zones for the race: one was on the straight linking turns three and four and the second was on the straight linking the final and first corners.[1] The event’s official name was the Formula 1 Grande Prêmio Petrobras do Brasil 2014.[3]

Before the race, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton led the Drivers’ Championship with 316 points, 24 ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg in second and Daniel Ricciardo third. Valtteri Bottas was fourth on 155 points, six ahead of Sebastian Vettel in fifth.[4] While the Drivers’ Championship had not been won, Mercedes taken the Constructors’ Championship at the Russian Grand Prix. Red Bull ensured they would finish second, while Williams with 238 points were third, Ferrari with 196 were fourth and McLaren fifth.[4] With the introduction of double points for the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the Drivers’ Championship could not be won in Brazil as Hamilton winning and Rosberg scoring no points would keep Rosberg in mathematical contention by being 49 points behind Hamilton.[5]

In mid-2014, the track was resurfaced in an effort to reduce its bumpiness and the pit lane was re-profiled with the entry brought forward off the racing line at the Arquibancadas corner and a chicane added to the pit lane to further slow cars following a series of accidents in national races. The pit lane exit was moved further away from the track to allow for a run-off area to the left of turn two.[6] In addition, in response to an crash by Jules Bianchi in the Japanese Grand Prix, procedures relating to the location of a tractor crane at the Senna “S” chicane were altered.[7] Pirelli originally nominated the orange-banded Hard and white-banded Medium tyres, as it had done since 2012. However, following the Russian Grand Prix one month prior, many drivers criticised the low level of grip and wear shown on the new tarmac of the Sochi Autodrom. Since the Autódromo José Carlos Pace was completely repaved, there was concern that the hard compound would be “very dangerous”.[8] Along with unanimous agreement from all eleven teams,[n 1] Pirelli ultimately decided to bring the Medium and yellow-banded Soft tyres to Brazil.[9]

During practice, the sport’s governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile re-tested its Virtual Safety Car system, which was proposed for the 2015 season to better deal with race track emergencies, following the incident suffered by Bianchi in the Japanese Grand Prix. Changes made to this system, relative to the version first tested in the United States, satisfied the drivers.[10] There were driver changes for the first practice session. Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters racer Daniel Juncadella replaced Sergio Pérez at Force India for the third time in 2014,[11] while GP2 Series competitor Felipe Nasr used Bottas’s car, and the Formula Three European Championship third-place finisher Max Verstappen drove Jean-Éric Vergne’s Toro Rosso car.[12] Practice

Three practice sessions—two on Friday and a third on Saturday—were held before the Sunday race. The Friday morning and afternoon sessions lasted 90 minutes each; the third, one-hour session was held on Saturday morning.[13] Rosberg was fastest in the first session, which took place in dry and warm weather, with a lap of 1 minute, 12.764 seconds, two-tenths of a second faster than teammate Hamilton in second. Daniil Kvyat, Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa, Verstappen, Pastor Maldonado, Kimi Räikkönen, Kevin Magnussen and Ricciardo occupied positions three to ten.[12] During the session, where drivers struggled with grip on the resurfaced track, Juncadella spun at turn six, and lost control of his car’s rear, hitting the turn eight barrier,[12] damaging his car’s nose cone and suspension,[14] and stopping the session. Force India replaced several engine hydraulic components following a heat soak and Pérez missed the second session.[15] Jenson Button was unable to participate when he stopped at the entry to the pit lane with an energy recovery system failure.[14] Esteban Gutiérrez was also not able to record a lap because of engine electrical issues.[12]

In the second session, Rosberg recorded the day’s fastest time of 1 minute, 12.123 seconds; teammate Hamilton, Räikkönen, Ricciardo, Bottas, Massa, Alonso, Kvyat, Vettel and Magnussen followed in the top ten.[16] The session was disrupted three times: Vergne stopped on track at turn four when his engine suddenly lost power after 11 minutes. The second stoppage was caused by Alonso’s engine catching fire and him stopping on the straight between turns three and four. He vacated his Ferrari to get a fire extinguisher to stop the blaze before marshals could reach his car. Gutiérrez caused the final stoppage when his car stopped with an energy recovery system failure with 13 minutes left.[15][16] The final session was held in dry but overcast weather and saw Rosberg complete a free practice sweep with a lap of 1 minute, 10.446 seconds on soft compound tyres. Hamilton was second-fastest and spun under braking for the Senna S chicane. Hamilton was later delayed by a Lotus car while on a fast lap. The Williams duo of Massa and Bottas were third and fourth; Ricciardo, Button, Räikkönen, Alonso, Magnussen and Kvyat completed the top ten.[17] Qualifying
Nico Rosberg won the first FIA Pole Trophy after achieving pole position and overtook Rubens Barrichello’s ten-year qualifying track record.

Saturday afternoon’s qualifying session was divided into three parts. The first part ran for 18 minutes, eliminating cars that finished the session 15th or below. The 107% rule was in effect, requiring drivers to reach a time within 107 per cent of the quickest lap to qualify. The second part lasted 15 minutes, eliminating cars in 11th to 14th. The final 12-minute session determined pole position to tenth. Cars who progressed to the final session were not allowed to change tyres for the race’s start, using the tyres with which they set their quickest lap times in the second session.[13] Rosberg was fastest in all three sessions, taking his tenth pole position of the season, and the 14th of his career, with a time of 1 minute, 10.023 seconds, breaking Rubens Barrichello’s 2004 pole lap record by six-tenths of a second.[18] He won the first FIA Pole Trophy as Hamilton could not overtake his poles total with one race left.[18] He was joined on the grid’s front row by Hamilton who lost time entering turn ten too fast, causing him to lose control of the rear of his car. Massa qualified third; traffic slowed his final timed lap and he locked his tyres at the Senna S chicane.[19] Fuel pressure problems shut down Massa’s engine.[20] Bottas in fourth aborted his final lap after locking his tyres three times.[21]

Button and Vettel took fifth and sixth.[18] Button’s fastest timed lap was his first but he failed to improve on his second. It allowed Vettel to challenge him but was 0.080 seconds slower than Button on his second timed lap.[22] Magnussen in seventh did not feel the soft tyres helped him and was unable to go faster.[23] The Ferrari duo of Alonso and Räikkönen were eighth and tenth; Ricciardo separated them,[24] believing minor pre-qualifying fine-tuning adjustments to his car affected its balance.[25] Gutiérrez, considered as “one of the standout performers” of qualifying,[19] was the fastest driver not to qualify for the final session.[24] Nico Hülkenberg had difficulty finding a rhythm and took 12th, ahead of Adrian Sutil’s slower Sauber car.[23] Kvyat qualified 14th after electing not to record a lap in the second session and was demoted ten places on the grid for carrying over an engine penalty from the United States Grand Prix.[19] Hence, Romain Grosjean inherited the position,[24] after Lotus made overnight adjustments to his car.[23] Vergne had difficulty in driving and an incorrect set-up left him in 15th.[19] Pérez originally took 16th but a seven-place grid penalty was applied after he was deemed to have caused an avoidable accident with Sutil in the United States and Maldonado inherited the place.[22] rd de dépassements avec 79 dépassements. Le précédent record datait du Grand Prix des États-Unis Ouest 1983.
Derek Warwick (146 GP, 4 podiums et 2 MT, vainqueur des 24 heures du Mans 1992) est conseiller des commissaires de course.

[modifier] Liens externes

Le tour par tour sur le site de la FIA (format .pdf)
Top/Flop GP de Turquie 2011 F1 Chronicles

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Brazilian_Grand_Prix

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