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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

The Fastest Pit Stop At The Brazilian Grand Prix (VIDEO)


DHL Fastest Pit Stop Award 2016: Brazil - Renault Sport F1 Team secured the DHL Fastest Pit Stop Award at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace for the first time since their return to Formula 1. Jolyon Palmer’s second tyre change took only 2.35 seconds, an excellent time in view of the tricky weather conditions for both driver and mechanics. And it wasn’t a one-off, as the third-fastest stop at Interlagos was also undertaken by the Renault pit crew on the Briton's car. Second place in this special awards category went to series winners Williams Martini Racing. Valtteri Bottas was stationary in the pits for only six hundredths of a second longer than Palmer on his best time before being able to continue on fresh tyres. The number of pit stops lasting less than three seconds, 14 in all, was relatively small in São Paulo due to the heavy rain, but the total number of tyre changes was extremely high at 62, especially in view of the fact that one driver, Haas F1 Team's Romain Grosjean, was unable to compete in the race and three more retired at an early stage. In the normal way of things, they would have added to the statistics with more stops





2017 F1 Championship Standings (Final)

PDriverTeamPoints
1Lewis HamiltonMercedes363
2Sebastian VettelFerrari317
3Valtteri BottasMercedes305
4Kimi RäikkönenFerrari205
5Daniel RicciardoRed Bull200
6Max VerstappenRed Bull168
7Sergio PerezForce India100
8Esteban OconForce India87
9Carlos SainzRenault54
10Nico HülkenbergRenault43
11Felipe MassaWilliams43
12Lance StrollWilliams40
13Romain GrosjeanHaas F128
14Kevin MagnussenHaas F119
15Fernando AlonsoMcLaren-Honda17
16Stoffel VandoorneMcLaren-Honda13
17Jolyon PalmerRenault8
18Pascal WehrleinSauber5
19Daniil KvyatToro Rosso5
20Marcus EricssonSauber0
21Antonio GiovinazziSauber0
22Pierre GaslyToro Rosso0
23Brendon HartleyToro Rosso0
PTeamPoints
1Mercedes AMG Petronas668
2Scuderia Ferrari522
3Red Bull Racing368
4Sahara Force India187
5Williams Martini Racing83
6Renault Sport F1 Team57
7Scuderia Toro Rosso53
8Haas F1 Team47
9McLaren-Honda30
10Sauber F1 Team5

2017 MotoGP Championship Standings (Final)

PRiderTeamPoints
1Marc MarquezRepsol Honda298
2Andrea DoviziosoDucati Team261
3Maverick ViñalesMovistar Yamaha230
4Dani PedrosaRepsol Honda210
5Valentino RossiMovistar Yamaha208
6Johann ZarcoYamaha Tech 3174
7Jorge LorenzoDucati Team137
8Danilo PetrucciPramac Racing124
9Cal CrutchlowLCR Honda112
10Jonas FolgerYamaha Tech 384
11Jack MillerEG 0,0 Marc VDS82
12Alvaro BautistaPull&Bear Aspar75
13Andrea IannoneSuzuki Ecstar70
14Scott ReddingPramac Racing64
15Aleix EspargaroAprilia Gresini62
16Alex RinsSuzuki Ecstar59
17Pol EspargaroRed Bull KTM55
18Loris BazReale Avintia45
19Tito RabatEG 0,0 Marc VDS35
20Karel AbrahamPull&Bear Aspar32
21Bradley SmithRed Bull KTM29
22Hector BarberaReale Avintia28
23Michele PirroDucati Team25
24Mika KallioRed Bull KTM11
25Sam LowesAprilia Gresini5
26Katsuyuki NakasugaYamalube Racing4
27Sylvain GuintoliSuzuki Ecstar1
28Michael van der MarkYamaha Tech 30
29Takuya TsudaSuzuki Ecstar0
30Hiroshi AoyamaEG 0,0 Marc VDS0
31Broc ParkesYamaha Tech 30
PTeamPoints
1Repsol Honda Team508
2Movistar Yamaha MotoGP438
3Ducati Team398
4Monster Yamaha Tech 3258
5Octo Pramac Racing188
6Team Suzuki Ecstar130
7Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS117
8LCR Honda MotoGP112
9Pull&Bear Aspar Team107
10Red Bull KTM Factory Racing84
11Reale Avintia Racing73
12Aprilia Racing Team Gresini67