2011 Monza GP2 Series round

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Italy    2011 Italian GP2 round
Round details
Round 9 of 9 rounds in the
2011 GP2 Series season
and
Round 8 of 8 rounds in the
2011 GP3 Series season
Monza track map.svg
Location Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy
Course Permanent racing facility
5.793 km (3.6 mi)
Feature race
Date 10 September 2011
Laps 30
Pole position
Driver France Charles Pic Barwa Addax Team
Time 1:32.349
Podium
First Italy Luca Filippi Scuderia Coloni
Second France Charles Pic Barwa Addax Team
Third France Romain Grosjean DAMS
Fastest lap
Driver Italy Luca Filippi Scuderia Coloni
Time 1:33.367 (on lap 27)
Sprint race
Date 11 September 2011
Laps 21
Podium
First Germany Christian Vietoris Racing Engineering
Second Switzerland Fabio Leimer Rapax
Third France Jules Bianchi Lotus ART
Fastest lap
Driver Italy Luca Filippi Scuderia Coloni
Time 1:32.567 (on lap 18)
Race 1
Date 10 September 2011
Laps 16
Pole position
Driver United Kingdom Adrian Quaife-Hobbs Marussia Manor Racing
Time 1:43.788
Podium
First Finland Valtteri Bottas Lotus ART
Second United Kingdom James Calado Lotus ART
Third Indonesia Rio Haryanto Marussia Manor Racing
Fastest lap
Driver Indonesia Rio Haryanto Marussia Manor Racing
Time 1:45.194
Race 2
Date 11 September 2011
Laps 16
Podium
First Portugal António Félix da Costa Status Grand Prix
Second Indonesia Rio Haryanto Marussia Manor Racing
Third Switzerland Nico Müller Jenzer Motorsport
Fastest lap
Driver Finland Valtteri Bottas Lotus ART
Time 1:44.801

The 2011 Italian GP2 Series round was a GP2 Series motor race held on September 10 and 11, 2011 at Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy. It was the ninth round of the 2011 GP2 season and the eighth round of the 2011 GP3 season. The race supported the 2011 Italian Grand Prix. This was the last championship round of the season for both series, but GP2 will race a non-championship round in Abu Dhabi.

In GP2 Series, after Romain Grosjean clinched Drivers' Championship in the previous round, the contest for the Teams' title continued as Barwa Addax was only 8 points ahead DAMS in the standings,[1] but the Spanish team won the title after the last race.

In GP3 Series, Lotus ART was crowned Teams' Champion in Belgium, while in the Drivers' standings Valtteri Bottas, who held a five point lead over his teammate James Calado before the round, with Nigel Melker, Alexander Sims and Adrian Quaife-Hobbs all having mathematically a chance,[2] sealed the title with his victory in Race 1.[3]

Classification[edit]

GP2[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

Pos No. Driver Team Time Grid
1 3 France Charles Pic Barwa Addax Team 1:32.349 1
2 19 Italy Luca Filippi Scuderia Coloni 1:32.460 2
3 1 Switzerland Fabio Leimer Rapax 1:32.485 3
4 25 Portugal Álvaro Parente Carlin 1:32.600 4
5 11 France Romain Grosjean DAMS 1:32.630 5
6 7 Spain Dani Clos Racing Engineering 1:32.684 6
7 8 Germany Christian Vietoris Racing Engineering 1:32.727 7
8 17 United Kingdom Adam Carroll Super Nova Racing 1:32.761 8
9 9 United Kingdom Sam Bird iSport International 1:32.801 9
10 24 United Kingdom Max Chilton Carlin 1:32.811 10
11 15 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer Arden International 1:32.848 11
12 14 Czech Republic Josef Král Arden International 1:32.858 12
13 18 Romania Michael Herck Scuderia Coloni 1:32.865 13
14 27 Italy Davide Valsecchi Caterham Team AirAsia 1:33.019 14
15 10 Sweden Marcus Ericsson iSport International 1:33.121 15
16 20 Venezuela Rodolfo González Trident Racing 1:33.129 16
17 22 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Ocean Racing Technology 1:33.183 17
18 26 Brazil Luiz Razia Caterham Team AirAsia 1:33.206 18
19 5 France Jules Bianchi Lotus ART 1:33.293 19
20 4 Netherlands Giedo van der Garde Barwa Addax Team 1:33.297 20
21 16 Malaysia Fairuz Fauzy Super Nova Racing 1:33.452 21
22 23 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto, Jr. Ocean Racing Technology 1:33.571 22
23 2 Colombia Julián Leal Rapax 1:33.646 23
24 21 Monaco Stéphane Richelmi Trident Racing 1:34.150 24
25 6 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez Lotus ART 1:35.228 25
12 Norway Pål Varhaug DAMS 1:39.190 26

Feature Race[edit]

Pos No. Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 19 Italy Luca Filippi Scuderia Coloni 30 47:47.704 2 10+1
2 3 France Charles Pic Barwa Addax Team 30 +5.627 1 8+2
3 11 France Romain Grosjean DAMS 30 +6.214 5 6
4 9 United Kingdom Sam Bird iSport International 30 +9.992 9 5
5 17 United Kingdom Adam Carroll Super Nova Racing 30 +14.904 8 4
6 8 Germany Christian Vietoris Racing Engineering 30 +16.710 7 3
7 1 Switzerland Fabio Leimer Rapax 30 +18.058 3 2
8 5 France Jules Bianchi Lotus ART 30 +22.787 19 1
9 6 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez Lotus ART 30 +28.444 25
10 26 Brazil Luiz Razia Caterham Team AirAsia 30 +31.661 18
11 12 Norway Pål Varhaug DAMS 30 +36.000 26
12 25 Portugal Álvaro Parente Carlin 30 +44.096 4
13 7 Spain Dani Clos Racing Engineering 30 +46.877 6
14 10 Sweden Marcus Ericsson iSport International 30 +49.690 15
15 21 Monaco Stéphane Richelmi Trident Racing 30 +50.876 24
16 2 Colombia Julián Leal Rapax 30 +58.003 23
17 23 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto, Jr. Ocean Racing Technology 30 +1:06.275 22
18 16 Malaysia Fairuz Fauzy Super Nova Racing 30 +1:10.221 21
19 20 Venezuela Rodolfo González Trident Racing 30 +1:20.119 16
20 27 Italy Davide Valsecchi Caterham Team AirAsia 29 +1 lap 14
21 4 Netherlands Giedo van der Garde Barwa Addax Team 29 +1 lap 20
22 22 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Ocean Racing Technology 29 +1 lap 17
Ret 24 United Kingdom Max Chilton Carlin 2 Collision damage 10
Ret 14 Czech Republic Josef Král Arden International 1 Collision 12
Ret 15 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer Arden International 1 Collision 11
Ret 18 Romania Michael Herck Scuderia Coloni 1 Collision 13
Fastest lap: Luca Filippi (Scuderia Coloni) 1:33.367 (lap 27)

Sprint Race[edit]

Pos No. Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 8 Germany Christian Vietoris Racing Engineering 21 32:51.770 3 6
2 1 Switzerland Fabio Leimer Rapax 21 +0.730 2 5
3 5 France Jules Bianchi Lotus ART 21 +2.851 1 4
4 9 United Kingdom Sam Bird iSport International 21 +3.556 5 3
5 19 Italy Luca Filippi Scuderia Coloni 21 +4.010 8 2+1
6 6 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez Lotus ART 21 +10.957 9 1
7 7 Spain Dani Clos Racing Engineering 21 +11.584 13
8 10 Sweden Marcus Ericsson iSport International 21 +16.079 14
9 26 Brazil Luiz Razia Caterham Team AirAsia 21 +17.619 10
10 12 Norway Pål Varhaug DAMS 21 +19.814 11
11 17 United Kingdom Adam Carroll Super Nova Racing 21 +22.136 4
12 25 Portugal Álvaro Parente Carlin 21 +22.617 12
13 4 Netherlands Giedo van der Garde Barwa Addax Team 21 +22.966 21
14 21 Monaco Stéphane Richelmi Trident Racing 21 +24.538 15
15 23 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto, Jr. Ocean Racing Technology 21 +35.241 17
16 20 Venezuela Rodolfo González Trident Racing 21 +35.408 19
17 14 Czech Republic Josef Král Arden International 21 +35.681 24
18 24 United Kingdom Max Chilton Carlin 21 +36.244 23
19 15 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer Arden International 19 +37.728 25
20 22 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Ocean Racing Technology 21 +1:23.392 22
21 11 France Romain Grosjean DAMS 19 +2 laps 6
Ret 27 Italy Davide Valsecchi Caterham Team AirAsia 12 Spun off 20
Ret 2 Colombia Julián Leal Rapax 0 Accident 16
Ret 3 France Charles Pic Barwa Addax Team 0 Collision 7
DNS 16 Malaysia Fairuz Fauzy Super Nova Racing 0 Not started 18
DNS 18 Romania Michael Herck Scuderia Coloni Injury 1
Fastest lap: Luca Filippi (Scuderia Coloni) 1:32.567 (lap 18)

Notes

  • ^1 – Herck was due to start from last grid position after being handed a ten grid position penalty for causing a collision during Feature Race,[4] but did not take the start because of a hand injury sustained in the collision.[5]

Final Standings[edit]

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.


GP3[edit]

Race 1[edit]

Pos No. Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 2 Finland Valtteri Bottas Lotus ART 16 30:03.132 5 10
2 3 United Kingdom James Calado Lotus ART 16 +0.378 6 8
3 11 Indonesia Rio Haryanto Marussia Manor Racing 16 +1.513 3 6+1
4 7 Switzerland Nico Müller Jenzer Motorsport 16 +2.121 2 5
5 27 Switzerland Simon Trummer MW Arden 16 +4.297 7 4
6 14 United States Conor Daly Carlin 16 +4.375 17 3
7 5 Portugal António Félix da Costa Status Grand Prix 16 +4.816 14 2
8 26 New Zealand Mitch Evans MW Arden 16 +5.937 4 1
9 31 Netherlands Nigel Melker RSC Mücke Motorsport 16 +5.986 13
10 1 New Zealand Richie Stanaway Lotus ART 16 +8.572 22
11 15 United Kingdom Callum MacLeod Carlin 16 +12.445 23
12 30 Denmark Michael Christensen RSC Mücke Motorsport 16 +12.889 8
13 16 Brazil Leonardo Cordeiro Carlin 16 +13.238 27
14 18 Netherlands Thomas Hylkema Tech 1 Racing 16 +17.131 25
15 29 Italy Daniel Mancinelli RSC Mücke Motorsport 16 +17.317 283
16 9 Switzerland Christophe Hurni Jenzer Motorsport 16 +24.474 30
17 24 Colombia Gabriel Chaves Addax Team 16 +25.225 15
18 28 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson MW Arden 16 +25.941 292
19 20 Philippines Marlon Stöckinger ATECH CRS GP 16 +38.993 24
20 12 Finland Matias Laine Marussia Manor Racing 16 +40.122 19
21 4 United Kingdom Alexander Sims Status Grand Prix 15 Retired 11
22 17 Finland Aaro Vainio Tech 1 Racing 14 Retired 16
Ret 23 France Tom Dillmann Addax Team 13 Retired 10
Ret 10 United Kingdom Adrian Quaife-Hobbs Marussia Manor Racing 10 Retired 1 2
Ret 21 United Kingdom Nick Yelloly ATECH CRS GP 9 Retired 26
Ret 19 Hungary Tamás Pál Kiss Tech 1 Racing 8 Retired 9
Ret 6 Russia Ivan Lukashevich Status Grand Prix 2 Retired 12
Ret 22 Switzerland Zoël Amberg ATECH CRS GP 0 Retired 18
Ret 25 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli Addax Team 0 Retired 20
Ret 8 Russia Maxim Zimin Jenzer Motorsport 0 Retired 21
Fastest lap: Rio Haryanto (Marussia Manor Racing) 1:45.194

Notes

  • ^2 – Williamson was given a 10 place grid penalty for causing a collision during the practice session.[6]
  • ^3 – Mancinelli received a 3 place grid penalty for impeding Quaife-Hobbs during the practice session.[6]

Race 2[edit]

Pos No. Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 5 Portugal António Félix da Costa Status Grand Prix 16 28:28.320 2 6
2 11 Indonesia Rio Haryanto Marussia Manor Racing 16 +0.720 6 5
3 7 Switzerland Nico Müller Jenzer Motorsport 16 +1.208 5 4
4 27 Switzerland Simon Trummer MW Arden 16 +1.935 4 3
5 15 United Kingdom Callum MacLeod Carlin 16 +2.308 10 2+1
6 10 United Kingdom Adrian Quaife-Hobbs Marussia Manor Racing 16 +6.235 24 1
7 24 Colombia Gabriel Chaves Addax Team 16 +7.027 16
8 17 Finland Aaro Vainio Tech 1 Racing 16 +7.599 22
9 23 France Tom Dillmann Addax Team 16 +9.949 23
10 28 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson MW Arden 16 +10.128 17
11 30 Denmark Michael Christensen RSC Mücke Motorsport 16 +10.699 11
12 19 Hungary Tamás Pál Kiss Tech 1 Racing 16 +11.320 26
13 20 Philippines Marlon Stöckinger ATECH CRS GP 16 +11.426 18
14 3 United Kingdom James Calado Lotus ART 16 +20.3975 7
15 29 Italy Daniel Mancinelli RSC Mücke Motorsport 16 +23.506 14
16 8 Russia Maxim Zimin Jenzer Motorsport 16 +39.759 29
17 2 Finland Valtteri Bottas Lotus ART 16 +42.707 8
18 25 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli Addax Team 16 +1:04.588 304
19 1 New Zealand Richie Stanaway Lotus ART 16 +1:05.428 204
20 9 Switzerland Christophe Hurni Jenzer Motorsport 16 +1:34.972 15
Ret 26 New Zealand Mitch Evans MW Arden 13 Retired 1
Ret 31 Netherlands Nigel Melker RSC Mücke Motorsport 9 Retired 9
Ret 21 United Kingdom Nick Yelloly ATECH CRS GP 9 Retired 25
Ret 16 Brazil Leonardo Cordeiro Carlin 6 Retired 12
Ret 12 Finland Matias Laine Marussia Manor Racing 5 Retired 19
Ret 22 Switzerland Zoël Amberg ATECH CRS GP 3 Retired 28
Ret 6 Russia Ivan Lukashevich Status Grand Prix 3 Retired 27
Ret 4 United Kingdom Alexander Sims Status Grand Prix 1 Retired 21
Ret 18 Netherlands Thomas Hylkema Tech 1 Racing 1 Retired 13
Ret 14 United States Conor Daly Carlin 0 Retired 3
Fastest lap: Valtteri Bottas (Lotus ART) 1:44.801

Notes

  • ^4 – Stanaway and Ghirelli were given a 10 place grid penalty for causing separate collisions during Race 1.[7]
  • ^5 – Calado received a drive through penalty in the last laps of the race for causing a collision, so the penalty became a 20 second addition to his race time.

Final Standings[edit]

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Round 9 - Monza Preview". GP2 Series. 8 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "Round 8 Monza preview". GP3 Series. 8 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "Bottas wins to take crown". GP3 Series. 10 September 2011. 
  4. ^ "Michael Herck penalised". GP2 Series. 10 September 2011. 
  5. ^ "Vietoris takes final win of the 2011 season". Crash.Net. 11 September 2011. 
  6. ^ a b "Monza post practice penalties". GP3 Series. 9 September 2011. 
  7. ^ "Monza post race penalties". GP3 Series. 10 September 2011. 

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