Sebastian Vettel leads Ferrari 1-2 in Spanish GP first practice

CiU5B0IWEAA8jbfSebastian Vettel led team mate Kimi Raikkonen as Ferrari made full use of their soft tyres to top the timesheet in first practice at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Friday morning.

Mercedes, who unlike the Prancing Horse only used Pirelli’s medium compound rubber, were half a second back, with championship leader Nico Rosberg edging Lewis Hamilton in the fight for third.

Max Verstappen, making his debut for Red Bull, was a solid sixth behind new team mate Daniel Ricciardo, while Toro Rosso returnee Daniil Kvyat ended up in 12th, four spots and half a second down on the other STR11 of Carlos Sainz.

Esteban Ocon, participating in FP1 in place of Jolyon Palmer, had a disappointing session for Renault, completing just six untimed laps before being halted by a technical issue.

Sergio Perez also experienced mechanical woes, though Force India were able to repair his car and return the Mexican to the track before the end of the session.

While the top quartet were in a league of their own – and the Red Bulls completed a mini-group with Williams’ Valtteri Bottas – it was very close behind, with less than one second covering Sainz in eighth down to Perez in 14th.

That grouping included the second Williams of Felipe Massa, McLaren’s Fernando Alonso, Renault’s Kevin Magnussen, Kvyat and Perez’s team mate Nico Hulkenberg.

While Alonso therefore earned McLaren’s heavily-revised MP4-31 a place in the top 10, team mate Jenson Button was far less happy. He finished 19th – 1.4s down on Alonso – and complained of handling issues during the 90-minute session.

Haas’s Romain Grosjean was also unhappy, labelling his car a ‘disaster’ in low-speed corners. The Frenchman – who along with team mate Esteban Gutierrez did not set a time in the opening half of the session – wound up 16th, with Gutierrez one spot further back.

The session was also notable for a couple of off-track moments in Turn 1 for Hamilton, whose Mercedes is using a new MGU-H after his recent problems, one for Raikkonen, and a spin by Massa in Turn 5.

Spanish Grand Prix First Practice Results
Pos. Car # Driver Best Time Behind Gap Laps
1 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:23.951 Leader Leader 22
2 7 Kimi Raikkonen 1:24.089 -0.138 -0.138 18
3 6 Nico Roseberg 1:24.454 -0.503 -0.365 34
4 44 Lewis Hamiton 1:24.611 -0.660 -0.157 33
5 3 Daniel Ricciardo 1:25.416 -1.465 -0.805 25
6 33 Max Verstappen 1:25.585 -1.634 -0.169 29
7 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:25.672 -1.721 -0.087 36
8 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 1:26.078 -2.127 -0.406 19
9 19 Felipe Massa 1:26.186 -2.235 -0.108 32
10 14 Fernando Alonso 1:26.243 -2.292 -0.057 18
11 20 Kevin Magnussen 1:26.576 -2.625 -0.333 30
12 26 Daniil Kvyat 1:26.583 -2.632 -0.007 21
13 27 Nico Hulkenberg 1:26.938 -2.987 -0.355 27
14 11 Sergio Perez 1:27.064 -3.113 -0.126 9
15 12 Felipe Nasr 1:27.253 -3.302 -0.189 27
16 8 Romain Grojean 1:27.258 -3.307 -0.005 17
17 21 Esteban Gutierrez 1:27.283 -3.332 -0.025 18
18 9 Marcus Ericsson 1:27.392 -3.441 -0.109 24
19 22 Jenson Button 1:27.610 -3.659 -0.218 19
20 94 Pascal Wehrlein 1:28.084 -4.133 -0.474 29
21 88 Rio Haryanto 1:29.052 -5.101 -0.968 34
22 45 Esteban Ocon 0:00.000 -1:23.951 -1:29.052 6

 

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Sebastian Vettel leads wet final Chinese GP practice

CgI5C_jWEAA7O3ISebastian Vettel kept Ferrari on top in a rain-hit final practice session in Shanghai on Saturday morning, though eight drivers – including Mercedes duo Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton – opted not to set a time in the tricky conditions.

Valtteri Bottas – the first driver to venture out on the track, fifteen minutes into the session – was second fastest for Williams, just ahead of Force India’s Sergio Perez and Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz, with Haas’s Esteban Gutierrez completing the top five.

The session began amid heavy rainfall and treacherous conditions, but with around 20 minutes remaining the rain had abated enough to allow drivers to switch from full wets to intermediates, with Vettel quickly moving to the top of the timesheet.

There were several off-track moments throughout the session as drivers struggled to keep control of their machines on the greasy surface, though Haas’s Romain Grosjean was the only spinner.

Chinese Grand Prix Final Practice Results
Pos. Car # Driver Best Time Behind Gap Laps
1 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:57.351 Leader Leader 3
2 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:58.061 -0.710 -0.710 7
3 11 Sergio Perez 1:58.689 -1.338 -0.628 4
4 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 1:58.800 -1.449 -0.111 9
5 21 Esteban Gutierrez 1:59.526 -2.175 -0.726 7
6 30 Jolyon Palmer 1:59.677 -2.326 -0.151 7
7 20 Kevin Magnussen 1:59.761 -2.410 -0.084 9
8 94 Pascal Wehrlein 1:59.964 -2.613 -0.203 8
9 33 Max Verstappen 2:00.150 -2.799 -0.186 6
10 27 Nico Hulkenberg 2:00.158 -2.807 -0.008 4
11 12 Felipe Nasr 2:00.197 -2.846 -0.039 8
12 7 Kimi Raikkonen 2:00.812 -3.461 -0.615 5
13 19 Felipe Massa 2:02.438 -5.087 -1.626 4
14 88 Rio Haryanto 2:02.732 -5.381 -0.294 5
15 22 Jenson Button 0:00.000 -1:57.351 -2:02.732 3
16 14 Fernando Alonso 0:00.000 -1:57.351 0.000 3
17 8 Romain Grojean 0:00.000 -1:57.351 0.000 3
18 26 Daniil Kvyat 0:00.000 -1:57.351 0.000 4
19 6 Nico Roseberg 0:00.000 -1:57.351 0.000 2
20 3 Daniel Ricciardo 0:00.000 -1:57.351 0.000 3
21 44 Lewis Hamiton 0:00.000 -1:57.351 0.000 2
22 9 Marcus Ericsson 0:00.000 -1:57.351 0.000 1

 

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Kimi Raikkonen leads Scuderia Ferrari one-two in second Chinese GP practice

CgESECzUEAAhtGDFerrari threw down the gauntlet to chief rivals Mercedes by finishing one-two in Friday afternoon’s second practice session in China, with Kimi Raikkonen leading team mate Sebastian Vettel by 0.109s.

Raikkonen’s table-topping time came forty minutes into the session, after all of the top runners had switched to supersoft tyres.

Morning pacesetter Nico Rosberg could only get within 0.237s of the Finn as he finished third quickest, with team mate Lewis Hamilton fourth fastest in the second Silver Arrow. Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo completed the top five, but was a full 1.2s slower than Raikkonen’s benchmark.

After an incident-filled first session, FP2 began with more drama as Esteban Gutierrez – sidelined this morning with an electrical issue – ran into problems as the brakes on his Haas caught fire.

The Mexican limped back to the pits and did not return to the track for the remainder of the session. Even so his tally of four laps was more than Kevin Magnussen could manage; the Dane spending the entire 90 minutes confined to the Renault garage as the team continued to investigate his FP1 tyre failure.

Chinese Grand Prix Second Practice
Pos. Car # Driver Best Time Behind Gap Laps
1 7 Kimi Raikkonen 1:36.896 Leader Leader 35
2 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:37.005 -0.109 -0.109 33
3 6 Nico Roseberg 1:37.113 -0.217 -0.108 33
4 44 Lewis Hamiton 1:37.329 -0.433 -0.216 33
5 3 Daniel Ricciardo 1:38.143 -1.247 -0.814 31
6 33 Max Verstappen 1:38.268 -1.372 -0.125 28
7 27 Nico Hulkenberg 1:38.527 -1.631 -0.259 31
8 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 1:38.542 -1.646 -0.015 32
9 11 Sergio Perez 1:38.569 -1.673 -0.027 31
10 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:38.723 -1.827 -0.154 34
11 14 Fernando Alonso 1:38.728 -1.832 -0.005 31
12 22 Jenson Button 1:38.828 -1.932 -0.100 28
13 26 Daniil Kvyat 1:39.178 -2.282 -0.350 31
14 19 Felipe Massa 1:39.214 -2.318 -0.036 34
15 30 Jolyon Palmer 1:39.774 -2.878 -0.560 32
16 8 Romain Grojean 1:39.890 -2.994 -0.116 22
17 94 Pascal Wehrlein 1:39.941 -3.045 -0.051 36
18 9 Marcus Ericsson 1:39.979 -3.083 -0.038 35
19 88 Rio Haryanto 1:40.550 -3.654 -0.571 33
20 12 Felipe Nasr 1:41.066 -4.170 -0.516 32
21 21 Esteban Gutierrez 1:42.954 -6.058 -1.888 4
22 20 Kevin Magnussen 0:00.000 -1:36.896 -1:42.954 0

 

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Vettel ends Ferrari’s three-year pole drought in Singapore

UntitledFor the first time since June of last year, Sunday will see a Grand Prix start without a Mercedes on pole position after Sebastian Vettel clocked the fastest time in qualifying at Marina Bay. Vettel won the Ferrari-Red Bull battle, beating Daniel Ricciardo by over half a second, with Mercedes consigned to the third row of the grid.

Kimi Raikkonen was third fastest in the second Ferrari, a fraction up on Red Bull’s Daniil Kvyat. Then came the beleaguered Silver Arrows of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, followed by Williams’ Valtteri Bottas, Toro Rosso’s Max Verstappen, Felipe Massa in the second Williams and the Lotus of Romain Grosjean.

Q1 had seen Kvyat pip Hamilton for fastest time, 1m 45.340s to 1m 45.765s, but while they had to use supersoft tyres for that, Vettel was third with 1m 46.017s on the softs. Jenson Button squeaked through in the dying moments for McLaren, 1m 46.891s giving him 15th place at the expense of Sauber’s Felipe Nasr on 1m 46.965s. His partner Marcus Ericsson also failed to make it on 1m 47.088s and Pastor Maldonado couldn’t better 1m 47.323s for Lotus.

In the Marussia camp, Will Stevens jumped ahead of new team mate Alex Rossi on their final runs, with 1m 51.021s to 1m 51.523s. Both have five-place grid penalties for unscheduled gearbox changes.

As Vettel beat Kvyat with 1m 44.743s to 1m 44.979s, Carlos Sainz clobbered the wall with the left-rear of his Toro Rosso in Turn 19 as he, the McLaren drivers and the Force India drivers battled to get through to Q3. The resultant yellow flags ruined that, leaving the order outside the top 10 as Nico Hulkenberg 1m 46.305s, Fernando Alonso 1m 46.328s, Sergio Perez 1m 46.885s, Sainz 1m 46.894s and Button 1m 47.019s.

As Vettel set the pace on the first Q3 runs with 1m 44.305s, things got worse for Mercedes as Hamilton aborted his after running wide over the kerb in Turn 7. Ricciardo was second, Raikkonen third and Kvyat fourth.

The second runs merely confirmed the order, as Ricciardo trimmed down to 1m 44.428s for second, Raikkonen stayed on 1m 44.667s, and Kvyat improved only marginally to 1m 44.745s. Hamilton, however, jumped from ninth to fifth with 1m 45.300s, as Rosberg failed to improve on 1m 45.415s.

Right at the end, Vettel emphasised his superiority when he slammed round in 1m 43.885s to take his first pole since Brazil 2013. Ferrari’s last pole was Germany 2012.

Bottas took seventh for Williams with 1m 45.676s, as Verstappen’s 1m 45.798s gave Toro Rosso eighth. Massa was a disappointing ninth on 1m 46.077s, as Grosjean completed the top 10 for Lotus with 1m 46.413s.

Singapore Grand Prix Qualifying Results
Pos. Car # Driver Q1 Q2 Q3 Gap
1 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:46.017 1:44.743 1:43.885 Leader
2 3 Daniel Ricciardo 1:46.166 1:45.291 1:44.428 -0.543
3 7 Kimi Raikkonen 1:46.467 1:45.140 1:44.667 -0.239
4 26 Daniil Kvyat 1:45.340 1:44.979 1:44.745 -0.078
5 44 Lewis Hamiton 1:45.765 1:45.650 1:45.300 -0.555
6 6 Nico Roseberg 1:46.201 1:45.653 1:45.415 -0.115
7 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:46.231 1:45.887 1:45.676 -0.261
8 33 Max Verstappen 1:46.483 1:45.635 1:45.798 -0.122
9 19 Felipe Massa 1:46.879 1:45.701 1:46.077 -0.279
10 8 Romain Grojean 1:46.860 1:45.805 1:46.413 -0.336
11 27 Nico Hulkenberg 1:46.669 1:46.305 Eliminated 0.108
12 14 Fernando Alonso 1:46.600 1:46.328 Eliminated -0.023
13 11 Sergio Perez 1:46.576 1:46.385 Eliminated -0.057
14 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 1:46.465 1:46.894 Eliminated -0.509
15 22 Jenson Button 1:46.891 1:47.019 Eliminated -0.125
16 12 Felipe Nasr 1:46.965 Eliminated 0.054
17 9 Marcus Ericsson 1:47.088 Eliminated -0.123
18 13 Pastor Maldonado 1:47.323 Eliminated -0.235
19 28 Will Stevens 1:51.021 Eliminated -3.698
20 53 Alexander Rossi 1:51.523 Eliminated -0.502

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Vettel closes out Singapore GP practice on top

Sebastian Vettel was the class of the field on Saturday evening in Singapore, as Ferrari and Red Bull dominated final practice. Kimi Raikkonen and Daniil Kvyat were the only men to get within half a second of the German, while the lead Mercedes – Lewis Hamilton in fifth – was over a second off the pace as the world champions showed no sign of regaining their competitive edge.

Daniel Ricciardo was fourth fastest, with Nico Rosberg trailing his Mercedes team mate in sixth.

“1.1s off, right?” Hamilton asked his crew. It said everything.

In the first half of the hour-long session it was Kvyat, fastest in FP2, who initially set the pace again, with 1m 47.629s. But by the halfway stage it was the Ferraris to the fore on the soft Pirellis with Vettel on 1m 46.728s and Raikkonen on a more distant 1m 47.571s. Then came Kvyat, Rosberg, Hamilton – who went off in Turn 7 without hitting anything – and Ricciardo. There was no sign at that stage of a Mercedes comeback, and the team tweeted that the pace of their rivals was genuine and very quick… Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz were in the top ten for Toro Rosso, in seventh and 10th, sandwiching Romain Grosjean’s Lotus and Felipe Massa’s Williams.

As the session entered its second half Ricciardo quickly moved ahead of the Mercedes and Raikkonen to take second place, before being supplanted by his team mate.

Everyone switched to the supersoft tyres in the final 15 minutes, and Ricciardo – the first to take on the softer rubber – jumped ahead, only to be displaced by Raikkonen and Kvyat who undercut his 1m 46.359s best with 1m 46.132s and 1m 46.167s respectively. But Vettel – a three-time winner here – was the star, looking like his old self as he slid round in 1m 45.682s to put the benchmark 0.450s beyond reach.

It turned out that Mercedes had not found the silver bullet overnight, as Hamilton was 1.1s off the leading Ferrari, and Rosberg 1.5s adrift of it.

Putting their troubles into full perspective, Fernando Alonso in the formerly uncompetitive McLaren was only 0.014s off Rosberg, in seventh place… It wasn’t a bad day for the Woking team, as Jenson Button was 13th, the half-second gap to his team mate filled by the understeering Toro Rossos of Sainz and Verstappen, Marcus Ericsson’s Sauber, Valtteri Bottas’s Williams and Nico Hulkenberg’s Force India.

Massa ended up down in 14th ahead of Pastor Maldonado’s Lotus, Sergio Perez’s Force India, Grosjean’s Lotus and Felipe Nasr’s Sauber.

At the back, Alexander Rossi was quicker than Marussia team mate Will Stevens, as they focused on race work after missing much of Friday because of crashes.

So now we know the truth, Mercedes are in genuine trouble here as Ferrari and Red Bull look so much stronger. It’s going to be a fabulous qualifying session…

Singapore Grand Prix Final Practice Results
Pos. Car # Driver Best Time Behind Gap Laps
1 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:45.682 Leader Leader 12
2 7 Kimi Raikkonen 1:46.132 -0.450 -0.450 12
3 26 Daniil Kvyat 1:46.167 -0.485 -0.035 19
4 3 Daniel Ricciardo 1:46.359 -0.677 -0.192 14
5 44 Lewis Hamiton 1:46.802 -1.120 -0.443 15
6 6 Nico Roseberg 1:47.223 -1.541 -0.421 16
7 14 Fernando Alonso 1:47.237 -1.555 -0.014 14
8 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 1:47.301 -1.619 -0.064 18
9 33 Max Verstappen 1:47.464 -1.782 -0.163 17
10 9 Marcus Ericsson 1:47.568 -1.886 -0.104 20
11 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:47.587 -1.905 -0.019 20
12 27 Nico Hulkenberg 1:47.640 -1.958 -0.053 16
13 22 Jenson Button 1:47.715 -2.033 -0.075 14
14 19 Felipe Massa 1:47.733 -2.051 -0.018 21
15 13 Pastor Maldonado 1:47.817 -2.135 -0.084 16
16 11 Sergio Perez 1:48.002 -2.320 -0.185 15
17 8 Romain Grojean 1:48.116 -2.434 -0.114 15
18 12 Felipe Nasr 1:48.932 -3.250 -0.816 20
19 53 Alexander Rossi 1:52.588 -6.906 -3.656 26
20 28 Will Stevens 1:55.293 -9.611 -2.705 22

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Vettel fastest again in rain-hit final Austrian GP practice

CH77wjOWEAArOK4Sebastian Vettel continued his good form during practice for the Austrian Grand Prix by topping the final free practice session on Saturday morning.

Vettel posted a fastest lap of 1:09.994 to finish 0.017 seconds clear of Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton as rain prevented any of the drivers from improving their times in the final 20 minutes of the session.

On the soft tire runs in the first half of the session, Ferrari once again managed to compete closely with Mercedes as Kimi Raikkonen slotted into third place behind Vettel and Hamilton.

However, a red flag period caused by another stoppage for Fernando Alonso meant that no-one was able to complete a qualifying simulation as originally planned.

Austrian Grand Prix Final Practice Results
Pos. Car # Driver Best Time Behind Gap Laps
1 5 Sebastian Vettel 1:09.994 Leader Leader 16
2 44 Lewis Hamiton 1:10.011 -0.017 -0.017 16
3 7 Kimi Raikkonen 1:10.177 -0.183 -0.166 12
4 11 Sergio Perez 1:10.221 -0.227 -0.044 14
5 6 Nico Roseberg 1:10.332 -0.338 -0.111 23
6 19 Felipe Massa 1:10.408 -0.414 -0.076 18
7 77 Valtteri Bottas 1:10.417 -0.423 -0.009 14
8 33 Max Verstappen 1:10.436 -0.442 -0.019 23
9 13 Pastor Maldonado 1:10.576 -0.582 -0.140 12
10 8 Romain Grojean 1:10.863 -0.869 -0.287 8
11 27 Nico Hulkenberg 1:11.009 -1.015 -0.146 14
12 9 Marcus Ericsson 1:11.058 -1.064 -0.049 22
13 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 1:11.139 -1.145 -0.081 18
14 26 Daniil Kvyat 1:11.139 -1.145 0.000 14
15 14 Fernando Alonso 1:11.168 -1.174 -0.029 13
16 3 Daniel Ricciardo 1:11.819 -1.825 -0.651 10
17 12 Felipe Nasr 1:11.906 -1.912 -0.087 9
18 22 Jenson Button 1:12.616 -2.622 -0.710 16
19 28 Will Stevens 1:13.328 -3.334 -0.712 14
20 98 Roberto Merhi 1:13.960 -3.966 -0.632 8

 

 

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Nico Rosberg wins his third Monaco GP in a row as Mercedes costs Hamilton victory

CFxpTupW0AAF-_TNico Rosberg won the Monaco Grand Prix for the third year in a row on Sunday, after a late strategy error demoted Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton from first to third behind the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel.

Starting from pole, Hamilton had dominated proceedings up until lap 64, when the safety car was deployed following a heavy shunt for Max Verstappen at Ste Devote. With the world champion leading by around 20s, Mercedes decided there was enough time for a precautionary extra pit stop.

They were wrong. Hamilton emerged from the pit lane marginally behind Vettel, with Rosberg already heading the queue behind the safety car. When racing resumed, Rosberg cleared off into the distance, while Hamilton could do nothing to overhaul the Ferrari, despite his fresher tyres.

Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo came home fourth and fifth respectively for Red Bull’s best result of the season, followed by the second Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen and the Force India of Sergio Perez.

Eighth place went to Jenson Button, securing the first points of McLaren’s revived Honda partnership, with Sauber’s Felipe Nasr ninth and Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz – who started from the pit lane – completing the top ten.

Verstappen escaped serious injury in his accident, triggered when he misjudged an attempted pass on Romain Grosjean and hit the rear of the Lotus before plunging into the Turn 1 barriers. Max Verstappen handed 5-place grid penalty for CanadianGP. Deemed responsible in Grosjean collision.

Monaco Grand Prix Race Results
Pos. Car # Driver Laps Behind Status Points
1 6 Nico Roseberg 78 Leader Running 25
2 5 Sebastian Vettel 78 -4.4 Running 18
3 44 Lewis Hamiton 78 -6.0 Running 15
4 26 Daniil Kvyat 78 -11.9 Running 12
5 3 Daniel Ricciardo 78 -13.6 Running 10
6 7 Kimi Raikkonen 78 -14.3 Running 8
7 11 Sergio Perez 78 -15.0 Running 6
8 22 Jenson Button 78 -16.0 Running 4
9 12 Felipe Nasr 78 -23.6 Running 2
10 55 Carlos Sainz Jr 78 -25.0 Running 1
11 27 Nico Hulkenberg 78 -26.2 Running 0
12 8 Romain Grojean 78 -28.4 Running 0
13 9 Marcus Ericsson 78 -31.1 Running 0
14 77 Valtteri Bottas 78 -45.7 Running 0
15 19 Felipe Massa 77 -1 Lap Running 0
16 98 Roberto Merhi 76 -2 Laps Running 0
17 28 Will Stevens 76 -2 Laps Running 0
18 33 Max Verstappen 62 -16 Laps Retired 0
19 14 Fernando Alonso 41 -37 Laps Retired 0
20 13 Pastor Maldonado 5 -73 Laps Retired 0

 

Drivers Championship
After Race 6 of the 2015 season at Monaco Grand Prix
Pos. Car # Driver Team Wins Points Behind
1 44 L. Hamiton Mercedes 3 126 Leader
2 6 N. Roseberg Mercedes 2 116 -10
3 5 S. Vettel Ferrari 1 98 -28
4 7 K. Raikkonen Ferrari 0 60 -66
5 77 V. Bottas William-Mercedes 0 42 -84
6 19 F. Massa William-Mercedes 0 39 -87
7 3 D. Ricciardo Red Bull Racing-Renault 0 35 -91
8 26 D. Kvyat Red Bull Racing-Renault 0 17 -109
9 12 Felipe Nasr Sauber-Ferrari 0 16 -110
10 8 R. Grojean Lotus-Mercedes 0 16 -110
11 11 S. Perez Force india-Mercedes 0 11 -115
12 55 C. Sainz Jr Toro Rosso 0 9 -117
13 27 N. Hulkenberg Force india-Mercedes 0 6 -120
14 33 M. Verstappen Toro Rosso 0 6 -120
15 9 M. Ericsson Sauber-Ferrari 0 5 -121
16 22 J. Button McLaren-Honda 0 4 -122
17 14 F. Alonso McLaren-Honda 0 0 -126
18 98 R. Merhi Marussis-Ferrari 0 0 -126
19 28 W. Stevens Marussis-Ferrari 0 0 -126
20 13 P. Maldonado Lotus-Mercedes 0 0 -126
21 20 K. Magnussen McLaren-Honda 0 0 -126

 

Constructors Championship
After Race 6 of the 2015 season at Monaco Grand Prix
Pos. Team Wins Points Behind
1 Mercedes 5 242 Leader
2 Ferrari 1 158 -84
3 Williams-Mercedes 0 81 -161
4 Red Bull Racing-Renault 0 52 -190
5 Sauber-Ferrari 0 21 -221
6 Force India-Mercedes 0 17 -225
7 Lotus-Renault 0 16 -226
8 Toro Rosso-Renault 0 15 -227
9 McLaren-Honda 0 4 -238
10 Marussia-Ferrari 0 0 -242