Resultados de Carrera de Formula 1

2013 Malaysian Grand Prix
Marzo 24  —  Sepang Circuit
Vuelta Mas Rápida: Sergio Perez (1"39.199)
Práctica
Clasificación
Carrera
Pos Pole Cambio Pts Piloto / Equipo Vueltas Tiempo/Retirado Vuelta Mas Rápida Vel Max Vel Prom
1 1 0 25 Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
56 1:38:56.681 1:40.446 (45) 302.900 188.231
2 5 +3▲ 18 Mark Webber
Red Bull Racing
56 +4.200 1:40.685 (45) 300.900 188.095
3 4 +1▲ 15 Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
56 +12.100 1:41.001 (32) 303.600 187.845
4 6 +2▲ 12 Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
56 +12.600 1:40.755 (44) 301.500 187.831
5 2 -3▼ 10 Felipe Massa
Ferrari
56 +25.600 1:39.805 (50) 306.800 187.421
6 11 +5▲ 8 Romain Grosjean
Lotus F1 Team
56 +35.500 1:41.226 (37) 305.900 187.110
7 10 +3▲ 6 Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus F1 Team
56 +48.400 1:41.769 (37) 306.400 186.706
8 12 +4▲ 4 Nico Hülkenberg
Sauber
56 +53.000 1:40.727 (46) 301.300 186.564
9 9 0 2 Sergio Perez
McLaren
56 +1:12.300 1:39.199 (56) 302.400 185.964
10 17 +7▲ 1 Jean-Eric Vergne
Scuderia Toro Rosso
56 +1:27.100 1:40.492 (45) 301.000 185.508
11 18 +7▲ Valtteri Bottas
Williams F1
56 +1:28.600 1:41.373 (54) 305.400 185.463
12 14 +2▲ Esteban Gutiérrez
Sauber
55 +1 Vueltas 1:40.929 (54) 308.100 184.729
13 19 +6▲ Jules Bianchi
Marussia F1
55 +1 Vueltas 1:42.423 (47) 302.600 183.067
14 20 +6▲ Charles Pic
Caterham F1
55 +1 Vueltas 1:42.942 (51) 301.500 182.027
15 22 +7▲ Giedo van der Garde
Caterham F1
55 +1 Vueltas 1:43.157 (44) 301.300 181.757
16 21 +5▲ Max Chilton
Marussia F1
54 +2 Vueltas 1:43.150 (44) 304.500 180.965
17 7 -10▼ Jenson Button
McLaren
53 +3 Vueltas 1:40.556 (43) 302.100 184.410
18 13 -5▼ Daniel Ricciardo
Scuderia Toro Rosso
51 +5 Vueltas 1:42.581 (35) 301.500 183.811
RET 3 Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
1 ACC 276.700 159.332
RET 8 Adrian Sutil
Sahara Force India
27 WHE 1:42.791 (24) 306.600 175.336
RET 15 Paul di Resta
Sahara Force India
22 WHE 1:43.094 (19) 304.100 169.979
RET 16 Pastor Maldonado
Williams F1
45 1:43.465 (34) 304.500 181.521
Pole Piloto / Equipo Q1 Tiempo Q2 Tiempo Q3 Tiempo Vueltas
1 Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
1:37.899 1:37.245 1:49.674 13
2 Felipe Massa
Ferrari
1:37.712 1:36.874 1:50.587 15
3 Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
1:37.314 1:36.877 1:50.727 14
4 Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1:37.513 1:36.517 1:51.699 15
5 Mark Webber
Red Bull Racing
1:37.619 1:36.449 1:52.244 14
6 Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
1:37.239 1:36.190 1:52.519 14
7 Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus F1 Team
1:36.959 1:36.640 1:52.970 12
8 Jenson Button
McLaren
1:37.487 1:37.117 1:53.175 14
9 Adrian Sutil
Sahara Force India
1:36.809 1:36.834 1:53.439 12
10 Sergio Perez
McLaren
1:37.702 1:37.342 1:54.136 16
11 Romain Grosjean
Lotus F1 Team
1:37.363 1:37.636 7
12 Nico Hülkenberg
Sauber
1:37.931 1:38.125 12
13 Daniel Ricciardo
Scuderia Toro Rosso
1:37.722 1:38.822 12
14 Esteban Gutiérrez
Sauber
1:37.707 1:39.221 14
15 Paul di Resta
Sahara Force India
1:37.493 1:44.509 10
16 Pastor Maldonado
Williams F1
1:37.867 10
17 Jean-Eric Vergne
Scuderia Toro Rosso
1:38.157 8
18 Valtteri Bottas
Williams F1
1:38.207 7
19 Jules Bianchi
Marussia F1
1:38.434 8
20 Charles Pic
Caterham F1
1:39.314 6
21 Max Chilton
Marussia F1
1:39.672 8
22 Giedo van der Garde
Caterham F1
1:39.932 6
Piloto / Equipo P1 Tiempo P1 Vueltas P2 Tiempo P2 Vueltas P3 Tiempo P3 Vueltas Total Vueltas
Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
1:37.104 21 1:36.588 27 1:36.435 20 68
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1:37.840 18 1:37.574 32 1:36.568 17 67
Adrian Sutil
Sahara Force India
1:37.769 17 1:37.788 10 1:36.588 19 46
Mark Webber
Red Bull Racing
1:36.935 15 1:37.026 29 1:36.613 20 64
Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus F1 Team
1:37.003 15 1:36.569 28 1:36.806 19 62
Paul di Resta
Sahara Force India
1:37.773 15 1:37.571 30 1:36.807 18 63
Jenson Button
McLaren
1:38.173 16 1:37.865 29 1:36.822 16 61
Felipe Massa
Ferrari
1:37.771 15 1:36.661 33 1:36.946 14 62
Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
1:37.588 19 1:37.448 32 1:36.949 25 76
Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
1:37.319 13 1:36.985 23 1:37.302 14 50
Pastor Maldonado
Williams F1
1:38.673 16 1:38.801 27 1:37.359 11 54
Sergio Perez
McLaren
1:38.830 17 1:37.838 21 1:37.538 12 50
Nico Hülkenberg
Sauber
1:39.054 17 1:38.068 31 1:37.685 23 71
Romain Grosjean
Lotus F1 Team
1:37.915 17 1:37.206 26 1:37.690 14 57
Valtteri Bottas
Williams F1
1:39.208 19 1:39.660 28 1:37.936 16 63
Esteban Gutiérrez
Sauber
1:39.204 16 1:38.645 23 1:38.294 17 56
Jean-Eric Vergne
Scuderia Toro Rosso
1:39.284 17 1:38.738 31 1:38.376 16 64
Daniel Ricciardo
Scuderia Toro Rosso
1:39.567 16 1:38.904 31 1:38.425 15 62
Charles Pic
Caterham F1
1:41.163 18 1:40.757 29 1:38.995 18 65
Jules Bianchi
Marussia F1
1:40.996 14 1:39.508 30 1:39.717 21 65
Giedo van der Garde
Caterham F1
1:40.728 17 1:40.768 32 1:40.209 18 67
Max Chilton
Marussia F1
1:41.513 14 1:41.438 23 1:40.495 18 55

Reseña de la Carrera

Vettel takes controversial win in Malaysia (F1Plus / Chris Cameron-Dow) - Sebastian Vettel has won the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang, beating his team-mate Mark Webber after an aggressive pass that was not appreciated by the Red Bull team on the pit wall and seems to have re-opened a rift between the two Red Bull drivers. Lewis Hamilton was third for Mercedes, finishing ahead of Nico Rosberg under team orders. Mark Webber had the better of Vettel throughout the race, and was leading when the Red Bulls made their final pit stops. At that point, with Mercedes starting to save fuel and therefore not challenging at the front, Red Bull instructed their drivers to turn the engines down and bring the cars home. Webber understood that to mean that he and Vettel were not racing for the win, but Vettel's competitive instincts took over and he made a strong, focused, very aggressive attack on Webber and took the lead after several tense wheel-banging moments. Red Bull team principal Christian Horner was unimpressed and told Vettel "This is silly, Seb, come on" on the team radio. In the podium interviews, Webber did not mince his words, making it clear that he felt Vettel was out of line and that the team would likely take no action against Vettel despite his breach of team protocol. For much of the race, the Red Bull and Mercedes drivers ran within just a few seconds of each other, with Mercedes looking like being able to challenge for the win. In the closing stages, however, Ross Brawn instructed his drivers to save fuel and hold station, much to the annoyance of Nico Rosberg, who wanted to be allowed to pass Hamilton. Rosberg repeatedly asked the team on the pit radio for permission to pass Hamilton, but Ross Brawn refused, instead wanting his drivers to concentrate on getting the cars to the finish. After the race, Brawn thanked both of his drivers on the team radio, and Rosberg responded, "Remember this one," indicating that he was prepared to do what he was told but was not happy about it. The team orders at Mercedes meant that Lewis Hamilton scored his first podium as a Silver Arrows driver, although he did not seem to enjoy the experience and commented in the interview with Martin Brundle that he felt Rosberg deserved the third place more than he did. Regardless of how satisfied or otherwise the drivers may be with the outcome, the result was a very good one for Mercedes. Third and fourth, after challenging the Red Bulls in the middle part of the race, and well ahead of Felipe Massa in fifth, shows that Mercedes have produced a competitive car and are likely to challenge for wins and possibly even the championship this season. The race started in wet conditions, with all of the drivers running intermediates and driving carefully to avoid sliding off the track. Fernando Alonso had a good start to be second into the first corner, but touched the back of Vettel's car in turn 2 and broke his front wing. Alonso elected to stay out instead of changing the wing, possibly wanting to pit only when the track was dry enough for slick tyres. On the main straight at the start of the second lap, the wing supports failed and the wing became lodged under Alonso's front tyres. At that point, he had no way of steering and could only try to slow the car with the rear brakes and avoid an accident. Alonso's race was over almost before it had begun. The rain that fell in the early stages soon disappeared, and the drivers streamed into the pits to change to slicks. Vettel was one of the earliest to make the switch, and it turned out to be too early as he struggled for grip for a couple of laps before the track was dry enough to really justify slick tyres. It was that period that allowed Webber to take the lead, but from then on until Vettel's controversial pass, Webber had the upper hand. Force India had a miserable day, struggling to get tyres on to their cars in the pits. Eventually, they had no choice but to retire both cars, which was disappoointing after the team had shown promising pace throughout the weekend. McLaren also had a pit stop issue, when Jenson Button left his pit box with a right front tyre that was not properly secured. He had the sense to stop before he left the pitlane and the team wheeled him back to attach the tyre properly, but he had lost a full lap by the time he rejoined the track and eventually retired from 12th place, which was presumably a strategic move from the team to enable them to change his gearbox before the next race in China. McLaren found some significant form this weekend, a complete turnaround from their dismal weekend in Australia - Button was running a strong fifth before his wheel problem, and Perez finished ninth to take his first points for McLaren. Lotus did not deliver the same performance that was evident last in Australia, but managed to score a decent result nonetheless, with Grosjean finishing sixth ahead of team-mate Raikkonen, who spent much of the afternoon frustrated by a battle with Nico Hulkenberg in which the Sauber driver seemed to defend perhaps a little too aggressively, with contact between the two cars at one point when Hulkenberg made a sudden movement across the track. Hulkenberg finished eighth. Jean-Eric Vergne scored Toro Rosso's first points of the season with 10th place,  After just two races in the season, battle lines are clearly drawn, at least at Red Bull. Sebastian Vettel is targeting a fourth successive World Championship, and he is prepared to throw everything he has at the season in order to achieve it. Red Bull now have work to do to unite what appears to be a divided team, in order to give themselves the best possible chance of maintaining their run of success in 2013. They have a three-week break before the Chinese Grand Prix in which to restore harmony in the team.
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