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2016 F1 Results

Race Results – Chinese Grand Prix

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Race Results – Chinese Grand Prix

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1

Nico Rosberg

Mercedes

1:40.751

56

2

Sebastian Vettel

Ferrari

1:41.899

56

3

Daniil Kvyat

Red Bull

1:42.372

56

4

Daniel Ricciardo

Red Bull

1:41.103

56

5

Kimi Raikkonen

Ferrari

1:42.816

56

6

Felipe Massa

Williams

1:43.201

56

7

Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes

1:44.218

56

8

Max Verstappen

Toro Rosso

1:42.566

56

9

Carlos Sainz

Toro Rosso

1:43.314

56

10

Valtteri Bottas

Williams

1:45.698

56

11

Sergio Perez

Force India

1:44.731

56

12

Fernando Alonso

McLaren

1:43.248

56

13

Jenson Button

McLaren

1:43.789

56

14

Esteban Gutierrez

Haas

1:41.779

56

15

Nico Hulkenberg

Force India

1:41.225

56

16

Marcus Ericsson

Sauber

1:43.667

6

17

Kevin Magnussen

Renault Sport

1:42.666

56

18

Pascal Wehrlein

Manor

1:43.036

56

19

Romain Grosjean

Haas

1:43.350

56

20

Felipe Nasr

Sauber

1:45.323

56

21

Rio Haryanto

Manor

1:43.426

56

22

Jolyon Palmer

Renault Sport

1:43.587

56


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