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2011 Abu Dhabi GP Race Grid



2011 Abu Dhabi GP Race Grid view

Vettel seize Abu Dhabi pole ahead of Hamilton

2011 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Race Grid
1. Sebastian Vettel
                 Red Bull   
2. Lewis Hamilton
             McLaren    3. Jenson Button
4. Mark Webber
                Red Bull    5. Fernando Alonso
6. Felipe Massa
                   Ferrari    7. Nico Rosberg
    Mercedes GP   
8. Michael Schumacher
               Mercedes GP   9. Adrian Sutil
        Force India  
10. Paul di Resta
          Force India    11. Sergio Perez
1:40:874               Sauber   
12. Vitaly Petrov
1:40:919         Renault GP    13. Sebastien Buemi
1:41:009            Toro Rosso   
14. Bruno Senna
1:41:079          Renault GP    15 .Jaime Alguersuari
1:41:162             Toro Rosso   
16. Kamui Kobayashi
1:41:240                  Sauber    17. Pastor Maldonado
1:41:760                   Williams  
18. Heikki Kovalainen
1:42:979          Team Lotus    19. Jarno Trulli
1:43:884       Team Lotus   
20. Timo Glock
1:44:515     Virgin Racing    21. Daniel Ricciardo
1:44:641                    HRT        
22. Jerome D’Ambrosio
1:44:699           Virgin Racing    23 .Vitantonio Liuzzi
1:45:159                        HRT   
24. Rubens Barrichello
No time             Williams

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