2010 FIA GT1 Interlagos round

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The 2010 FIA GT1 Interlagos round is an auto racing event held at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo, Brazil on 27–28 November 2010, and served as the ninth round of the 2010 FIA GT1 World Championship season. The event shared the weekend with the final round of the Brazilian GT Championship. The All-Brazilian pairing of Enrique Bernoldi and Alexandre Negrão of the Vitaphone Racing Team Maserati earned pole position. The Young Driver AMR partnership of Tomáš Enge and Darren Turner took the checkered flag in the Qualifying Race by overtaking the Maserati of Bernoldi and Negrão during the pit-stops.

Qualifying[edit]

Qualifying result[edit]

For qualifying, Driver 1 participates in the first and third sessions while Driver 2 participates in only the second session. The fastest lap for each session is indicated with bold.

Pos No. Driver 1 Team Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Grid
Driver 2
1 2 Brazil Enrique Bernoldi Germany Vitaphone Racing Team 1:32.553 1:32.733 1:32.060 1
Brazil Alexandre Negrão
2 38 Netherlands Nicky Pastorelli Germany All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport 1:32.404 1:32.420 1:32.087 2
Germany Dominik Schwager
3 7 United Kingdom Darren Turner Germany Young Driver AMR 1:32.817 1:32.987 1:32.169 3
Czech Republic Tomáš Enge
4 13 Germany Marc Hennerici Belgium Phoenix Racing/Carsport 1:33.070 1:32.739 1:32.410 4
Greece Alexander Margaritis
5 5 United Kingdom Richard Westbrook Switzerland Matech Competition 1:32.746 1:32.772 1:32.468 8
Germany Thomas Mutsch
6 23 Germany Michael Krumm United Kingdom Sumo Power GT 1:32.731 1:32.656 1:32.500 5
United Kingdom Peter Dumbreck
7 25 Germany Frank Kechele Germany Reiter 1:32.520 1:33.093 1:32.516 6
Brazil Ricardo Zonta
8 6 Switzerland Neel Jani France Hexis AMR 1:32.544 1:32.825 1:32.773 7
France Nicolas Armindo
9 41 Italy Matteo Bobbi Belgium Marc VDS Racing Team 1:32.915 1:33.174 9
Finland Markus Palttala
10 10 Monaco Clivio Piccione France Hexis AMR 1:32.622 1:33.192 10
Switzerland Jonathan Hirschi
11 40 Belgium Bas Leinders Belgium Marc VDS Racing Team 1:32.511 1:33.488 11
Belgium Maxime Martin
12 22 United Kingdom Warren Hughes United Kingdom Sumo Power GT 1:32.955 1:33.559 12
United Kingdom Jamie Campbell-Walter
13 3 Austria Karl Wendlinger Switzerland Swiss Racing Team 1:33.106 1:33.814 13
Switzerland Henri Moser
14 9 France Frédéric Makowiecki France Hexis AMR 1:33.095 1:34.120 14
France Yann Clairay
15 11 Brazil Claudio Dahruj Belgium Mad-Croc Racing 1:32.233 1:35.076 15
Brazil Sérgio Jimenez
16 34 Brazil Daniel Serra Germany Triple H Team Hegersport 1:32.199 1:35.948 16
Brazil Francisco Longo
17 12 Netherlands Duncan Huisman Belgium Mad-Croc Racing 1:33.131 17
Finland Pertti Kuismanen
18 24 Netherlands Peter Kox Germany Reiter 1:33.320 21
Germany Christopher Haase
19 1 Italy Andrea Bertolini Germany Vitaphone Racing Team 1:33.331 18
Germany Michael Bartels
20 8 Germany Stefan Mücke Germany Young Driver AMR 1:33.386 19
Denmark Christoffer Nygaard
21 4 Sweden Max Nilsson Switzerland Swiss Racing Team 1:33.497 20
Japan Seiji Ara
22 37 Germany Marc Basseng Germany All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport 1:33.592 DSQ
France Christophe Bouchut
23 33 Germany Alex Müller Germany Triple H Team Hegersport 1:33.857 22
Germany Altfrid Heger

Qualifying Race[edit]

Race result[edit]

Pos No. Team Drivers Manufacturer Laps Time/Retired
1 7 Germany Young Driver AMR Czech Republic Tomáš Enge
United Kingdom Darren Turner
Aston Martin 38
2 23 United Kingdom Sumo Power GT United Kingdom Peter Dumbreck
Germany Michael Krumm
Nissan 38 −9.032
3 10 France Hexis AMR Monaco Clivio Piccione
Switzerland Jonathan Hirschi
Aston Martin 38 −9.736
4 2 Germany Vitaphone Racing Team Brazil Enrique Bernoldi
Brazil Alexandre Negrão
Maserati 38 −22.763
5 38 Germany All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport Germany Dominik Schwager
Netherlands Nicky Pastorelli
Lamborghini 38 −24.814
6 13 Germany Phoenix Racing / Carsport Germany Marc Hennerici
Greece Alexander Margaritis
Corvette 38 −27.297
7 6 Switzerland Matech Competition Switzerland Neel Jani
France Nicolas Armindo
Ford 38 −27.390
8 1 Germany Vitaphone Racing Team Italy Andrea Bertolini
Germany Michael Bartels
Maserati 38 −38.750
9 24 Germany Reiter Netherlands Peter Kox
Germany Christopher Haase
Lamborghini 38 −39.093
10 33 Germany Triple H Team Hegersport Germany Altfrid Heger
Germany Alex Müller
Maserati 38 −42.679
11 40 Belgium Marc VDS Racing Team Belgium Maxime Martin
Belgium Bas Leinders
Ford 38 −44.169
12 8 Germany Young Driver AMR Denmark Christoffer Nygaard
Germany Stefan Mücke
Aston Martin 38 −45.213
13 4 Switzerland Swiss Racing Team Sweden Max Nilsson
Japan Seiji Ara
Nissan 38 −56.430
14 22 United Kingdom Sumo Power GT United Kingdom Jamie Campbell-Walter
United Kingdom Warren Hughes
Nissan 38 −58.497
15 9 France Hexis AMR France Frédéric Makowiecki
France Yann Clairay
Aston Martin 38 −1:01.422
16 34 Germany Triple H Team Hegersport Brazil Daniel Serra
Brazil Francisco Longo
Maserati 38 −1:04.615
17 3 Switzerland Swiss Racing Team Austria Karl Wendlinger
Switzerland Henri Moser
Nissan 38 −1:13.685
18 12 Belgium Mad-Croc Racing Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Finland Pertti Kuismanen
Corvette 37 −1 Lap
19 11 Belgium Mad-Croc Racing Brazil Sérgio Jimenez
Brazil Claudio Dahruj
Corvette 37 −1 Lap
20 41 Belgium Marc VDS Racing Team Italy Matteo Bobbi
Finland Markus Palttala
Ford 36 −2 Laps
21
DNF
25 Germany Reiter Brazil Ricardo Zonta
Germany Frank Kechele
Lamborghini 2 Collision
22
DNF
5 Switzerland Matech Competition United Kingdom Richard Westbrook
Germany Thomas Mutsch
Ford 2 Collision

Championship Race[edit]

Race result[edit]

Pos No. Team Drivers Manufacturer Laps Time/Retired
1 2 Germany Vitaphone Racing Team Brazil Enrique Bernoldi
Brazil Alexandre Negrão
Maserati 38
2 7 Germany Young Driver AMR Czech Republic Tomáš Enge
United Kingdom Darren Turner
Aston Martin 38 −2.348
3 13 Germany Phoenix Racing / Carsport Germany Marc Hennerici
Greece Alexander Margaritis
Corvette 38 −5.874
4 10 France Hexis AMR Monaco Clivio Piccione
Switzerland Jonathan Hirschi
Aston Martin 38 −6.077
5 40 Belgium Marc VDS Racing Team Belgium Maxime Martin
Belgium Bas Leinders
Ford 38 −9.060
6 23 United Kingdom Sumo Power GT United Kingdom Peter Dumbreck
Germany Michael Krumm
Nissan 38 −10.574
7 38 Germany All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport Germany Dominik Schwager
Netherlands Nicky Pastorelli
Lamborghini 38 −11.367
8 6 Switzerland Matech Competition Switzerland Neel Jani
France Nicolas Armindo
Ford 38 −22.358
9 1 Germany Vitaphone Racing Team Italy Andrea Bertolini
Germany Michael Bartels
Maserati 38 −22.925
10 33 Germany Triple H Team Hegersport Germany Altfrid Heger
Germany Alex Müller
Maserati 38 −23.225
11 8 Germany Young Driver AMR Denmark Christoffer Nygaard
Germany Stefan Mücke
Aston Martin 38 −31.682
12 24 Germany Reiter Netherlands Peter Kox
Germany Christopher Haase
Lamborghini 38 −43.720
13 9 France Hexis AMR France Frédéric Makowiecki
France Yann Clairay
Aston Martin 38 −45.738
14 5 Switzerland Matech Competition United Kingdom Richard Westbrook
Germany Thomas Mutsch
Ford 38 −52.474
15 41 Belgium Marc VDS Racing Team Italy Matteo Bobbi
Finland Markus Palttala
Ford 38 −54.724
16 4 Switzerland Swiss Racing Team Japan Seiji Ara
Sweden Max Nilsson
Nissan 38 −1:11.191
17 34 Germany Triple H Team Hegersport Brazil Daniel Serra
Brazil Francisco Longo
Maserati 38 −1:18.694
18 3 Switzerland Swiss Racing Team Austria Karl Wendlinger
Switzerland Henri Moser
Nissan 38 −1:34.780
19 12 Belgium Mad-Croc Racing Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Finland Pertti Kuismanen
Corvette 37 −1 Lap
20 11 Belgium Mad-Croc Racing Brazil Sérgio Jimenez
Brazil Claudio Dahruj
Corvette 31 −7 Laps
21
DNF
22 United Kingdom Sumo Power GT United Kingdom Jamie Campbell-Walter
United Kingdom Warren Hughes
Nissan 23 Retired
22
DNF
25 Germany Reiter Brazil Ricardo Zonta
Germany Frank Kechele
Lamborghini 6 Mechanical

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