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2011 Brazilian Grand Prix Race Grid

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2011 Brazilian Grand Prix Race Grid
1. Sebastian Vettel
                 Red Bull   
2. Mark Webber
             Red Bull    3. Jenson Button
                McLaren   
4. Lewis Hamitlon
                McLaren    5. Fernando Alonso
                 Ferrari   
6. Nico Rosberg
                   Mercedes GP    7. Felipe Massa
    Ferrari   
8. Adrian Sutil
               Force India   9. Bruno Senna
        Renault GP  
10. Michael Schumacher
         Mercedes GP    11. Paul di Resta
          Force India   
12. Rubens Barrichello
        Williams    13. Jaime Alguersuari
            Toro Rosso   
14. Sebastien Buemi
        Toro Rosso    15 . Vitaly Petrov
         Renault GP   
16. Kamui Kobayashi
                 Sauber    17. Sergio Perez
                  Sauber   
18. Pastor Maldonado
          Williams    19. Heikki Kovalainen
       Team Lotus   
20. Jarno Trulli
     Team Lotus    21. Vitantonio Liuzzi
                    HRT        
22. Daniel Ricciardo
          HRT    23 .Jerome d’Ambrosio
                       Virgin   
24. Timo Glock
             Virgin

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