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2011 Italian F1 Grand Prix Starting Grid

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2011 Italian Grand Prix Race Grid
1. Sebastian Vettel
1:22:275              Red Bull    2. Lewis Hamilton
1:22:725              McLaren   
3. Jenson Button
1:22:777              McLaren    4. Fernando Alonso
1:22:841              Ferrari   
5. Mark Webber
1:22:972             Red Bull    6. Felipe Massa
1:23:188              Ferrari   
7. Vitaly Petrov
1:23:530            Renault    8. Michael Schumacher
1:23:777           Mercedes GP   
9. Nico Rosberg
1:24:477       Mercedes GP    10. Bruno Senna
1:24:157              Renault   
11. Paul di Resta
1:24:163          Force India    12. Adrian Sutil
1:24:209         Force India   
13. Rubens Barrichellol
1:24:648                  Williams    14. Pastor Maldonado
1:24:726                 Williams   
15. Sergio Perez
1:24:845                 Sauber    16. Sebastien Buemi
1:24:932           Toro Rosso   
17. Kamui Kobayashi
1:25:065                     Sauber    18.Jaime Alguersuari
1:25:334             Toro Rosso   
19. Jarno Trulli
1:26:647        Team Lotus    20. Heikki Kovalainen
1:27:184            Team Lotus   
21. Timo Glock
1:27:591     Virgin Racing    22. Jerome d’Ambrosio
1:27:609           Virgin Racing   
23. Daniel Ricciardo
1:28:084                          HRT    24. Vitantonio Liuzzi
1:28:231                         HRT   
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