2011 Formula 1 : Button wins wet Hungarian Grand Prix


2011 Hungarian GP winner : Jenson Button - McLaren Mercedes, MP4-26

BUDAPEST : July 31, 2011 - Jenson Button (McLaren-Mercedes) made the right tyre choices in changeable conditions to lead in the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday.


The 2009 world champion won his first grand prix at this track and made his 200th Formula One start in this race. It was McLaren's fourth victory of the year with two wins apiece to Lewis Hamilton and Button.

As the rain came and went, race leader Hamilton was wrong-footed in his tyre choice and lost the lead. A drive-through penalty dropped him down to sixth but he recovered to fourth. Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull-Renault) was third with team mate Mark Webber fifth and Felipe Massa sixth.

Vettel retains the drivers' championship lead with 234 points, followed by team mate Webber on 149, Hamilton on 146 and Alonso one point behind. Red Bull continues to lead the constructors' championship on 383 with McLaren closing up slightly on 280. Ferrari has 215.

At the start, pole man Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull-Renault) got to the first corner marginally ahead of Hamilton and Button who drew alongside his team mate and challenged for third place at Turns 2 and 3, but Hamilton hung on.

Nico Rosberg and Mercedes team mate Michael Schumacher both got ahead of the Ferraris of Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso. The Spaniard got alongside Schumacher but couldn't find a way past as both cars fishtailed in the slippery conditions.


The 26th Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring got under way under grey skies and a light drizzle. The air temperature was 17°C and the track just one degree warmer and the drivers had elected to start on intermediate tread patterns.

S├ębastien Buemi (Toro Rosso-Ferrari) was carrying a five-place grid penalty for causing a collision with Nick Heidfeld (Renault) in the German Grand Prix last Sunday and started at the back of the field.

Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) ran off the track on the parade lap, showing that there was not much grip to be had on cold tyres.

Alonso drove around the outside of Schumacher and got past on the third lap.

Hamilton continued to challenge Vettel at every corner, drawing alongside but not finding enough grip to get past. Alonso got past the second Mercedes of Rosberg but he ran wide of f the track and allowed Rosberg to reclaim fourth place.

On lap four, the relentless pressure from behind by Hamilton paid off, and Vettel made a mistake, running wide and allowing the 2007 world champion past. With a clear track ahead of him, Hamilton quickly opened up a 5-second lead over the next couple of laps.


Button was just 1.7 sec behind Vettel and closing.

Mark Webber (Red Bull-Renault) was the first to make a pit stop for fresh tyres, choosing to return to the race on slicks, but he was battling for traction on the cold tyres. Button and di Resta were next to stop. A dry line had started to form on the racing line and Button was very careful to stay on it.

Race leader Hamilton pitted at the end of lap 11, also going out on slicks.

After all the leading drivers had pitted and their tyres were up to temperature, Button closed right up on second-placed Vettel and drove around him between Turns 1 and 2, taking second place and setting up a McLaren 1-2. Further back, Webber got past Alonso into fifth. He ran wide off the track in Turn 1 and very nearly lost the place back to Alonso, but survived.

On lap 16, Hamilton set a new fastest lap of the race - 1'28.893 - as he opened his lead over Button to 6.9 sec, with Vettel just 0.8 sec behind Button and within the DRS activation zone. Fifth-placed Alonso was close behind Webber and set a 1'28.814 before Hamilton replied with a 1'28.264 on lap 18.

As the weather data predicted another shower in ten minutes, Massa was close behind Schumacher and hoping to get past into eighth as Jarno Trulli (Lotus-Renault) retired.

As tyre temperatures increased and the track continued to dry, lap times were improved on every lap.

As the Pirellis tyres wore down rapidly, Hamilton's lap times dropped and Button moved closer.

On lap 24, Heidfeld pitted and as he left his pit, his Renault caught fire. He continued down the pit lane but pulled off before joining the track and fled the burning car. A similar thing happened to him at Barcelona earlier this year.


On lap 26, race leader Hamilton pitted, dropping to third place behind Button and Vettel. Button pitted on the next lap as did Vettel and Hamilton resumed the lead. 18th-placed Schumacher spun his Mercedes but continued, and the retired half a lap later.

Massa got past Kobayashi on lap 34, the Japanese having only made one pit stop so far. Alonso was all over the gearbox of Webber's Red Bull unable even to get past on the straight using DRS and KERS.

Alonso was the first of the front-runners to make a third stop, fitting another set of super-softs. After two laps his tyres came up to temperature and he began to lap three second a lap faster than the leading McLarens, 34 seconds ahead.

Webber responded to the threat and pitted on lap 39 followed on the next lap by race leader Hamilton who went out again on super-softs.

Vettel had not yet pitted and was battling serious understeer before he pitted on lap 41, electing to go for the harder compound.

Button pitted for the harder option tyres on lap 42, following Red Bull's strategy and he set a new fastest lap of 1'24.549 on lap 44.

Race leader Hamilton and third-placed Alonso were on the super-softs and would have to pit one more time. Second-placed Button and Vettel and Webber in fourth and fifth were all on the harder option tyres and would probably not have to pit again with 25 laps remaining.

Button was 5.6 sec behind Hamilton and closing on him by 0.7 sec a lap.

Then, dramatically, it began to rain and Hamilton spun coming out of the chicane and recovered behind Button who took the lead on lap 47. Alonso pitted for harder option tyres, leaving Hamilton the only one out there on super-softs and 21 laps left.

With 20 laps to go, Button was leading from Hamilton +1.4, Vettel +2.8, Webber +14.1, Alonso +27.3 and Rosberg +53.6.

As the tyres started to lose temperature on the wet track, Button's lap times dropped and Hamilton began to try and find a way past, which he did on lap 51.

As conditions worsened and the harder slick tyres began to lose adhesion, cars began running off the track all over the place. Hamilton made another small error and Button got past into the lead once more, only to lose it a couple of corners later as Webber pitted for intermediate treaded tyres.


On lap 52, Hamilton also pitted for inters and rejoined in third place. Webber returned to the pits to get rid of his inters as the stewards ruled that Hamilton had impeded another car with his spin and was given a drive-through penalty. He pitted first to drop off his inters and a lap later served his drive-through penalty, dropping to sixth place, close behind the Massa/Webber scrap for fifth place.

Button was then leading by 5.5 sec from Vettel with Alonso in third, 18.3 sec behind.

Webber came out from behind Massa as they started down the main straight and he got past, bringing Hamilton closer and he got past the Ferrari two corners later.

There were no problems though for Hamilton's McLaren team mate. He set a new fastest lap of 1'23.937 and opened up his lead over Vettel to 6.4 sec on lap 59.

Hamilton set a new fastest lap of 1'23.876 as he closed up on Webber a second ahead.

There was a six-way battle for ninth place and Webber and Hamilton arrived on the traffic to find cars all over the track. Webber got wrong-footed and Hamilton dived past the Australian into fourth place, 32 sec behind Alonso with five laps remaining.

On the last lap, Hamilton closed up on the Di Resta / Buemi / Rosberg battle for seventh place with Webber just 0,8 sec behind him, but Hamilton retained the place as his team mate Button took the chequered flag.


Jenson Button celebrates his 200th Grand Prix

2011 Formula 1 : Hungarian Gran Prix - Race Result

Pos
No
Driver
Team
Laps
Time/Retired
Grid
Pts
1
4
Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes
70
Winner
3
25
2
1
Sebastian Vettel RBR-Renault
70
+3.5 secs
1
18
3
5
Fernando Alonso Ferrari
70
+19.8 secs
5
15
4
3
Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes
70
+48.3 secs
2
12
5
2
Mark Webber RBR-Renault
70
+49.7 secs
6
10
6
6
Felipe Massa Ferrari
70
+83.1 secs
4
8
7
15
Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes
69
+1 Lap
11
6
8
18
Sebastien Buemi STR-Ferrari
69
+1 Lap
23
4
9
8
Nico Rosberg Mercedes
69
+1 Lap
7
2
10
19
Jaime Alguersuari STR-Ferrari
69
+1 Lap
16
1
11
16
Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari
69
+1 Lap
13
12
10
Vitaly Petrov Renault
69
+1 Lap
12
13
11
Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth
68
+2 Laps
15
14
14
Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes
68
+2 Laps
8
15
17
Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari
68
+2 Laps
10
16
12
Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth
68
+2 Laps
17
17
24
Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth
66
+4 Laps
20
18
22
Daniel Ricciardo HRT-Cosworth
66
+4 Laps
22
19
25
Jerome d'Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth
65
+5 Laps
24
20
23
Vitantonio Liuzzi HRT-Cosworth
65
+5 Laps
21
Ret
20
Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Renault
55
+15 Laps
18
Ret
7
Michael Schumacher Mercedes
26
+44 Laps
9
Ret
9
Nick Heidfeld Renault
23
+47 Laps
14
Ret
21
Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault
17
+53 Laps
19

2011 Formula 1 : Drivers' Championship Standing

Pos
Driver
Nationality
Team
Points
1
Sebastian Vettel German RBR-Renault
234
2
Mark Webber Australian RBR-Renault
149
3
Lewis Hamilton British McLaren-Mercedes
146
4
Fernando Alonso Spanish Ferrari
145
5
Jenson Button British McLaren-Mercedes
134
6
Felipe Massa Brazilian Ferrari
70
7
Nico Rosberg German Mercedes
48
8
Nick Heidfeld German Renault
34
9
Vitaly Petrov Russian Renault
32
10
Michael Schumacher German Mercedes
32
11
Kamui Kobayashi Japanese Sauber-Ferrari
27
12
Adrian Sutil German Force India-Mercedes
18
13
Sebastien Buemi Swiss STR-Ferrari
12
14
Jaime Alguersuari Spanish STR-Ferrari
10
15
Sergio Perez Mexican Sauber-Ferrari
8
16
Paul di Resta British Force India-Mercedes
8
17
Rubens Barrichello Brazilian Williams-Cosworth
4
18
Pedro de la Rosa Spanish Sauber-Ferrari
0
19
Jarno Trulli Italian Lotus-Renault
0
20
Vitantonio Liuzzi Italian HRT-Cosworth
0
21
Pastor Maldonado Venezuelan Williams-Cosworth
0
22
Jerome d'Ambrosio Belgian Virgin-Cosworth
0
23
Heikki Kovalainen Finnish Lotus-Renault
0
24
Timo Glock German Virgin-Cosworth
0
25
Narain Karthikeyan Indian HRT-Cosworth
0
26
Daniel Ricciardo Australian HRT-Cosworth
0
27
Karun Chandhok Indian Lotus-Renault
0

2011 Formula 1 : Teams' Championship Standing

Pos
Team
Points
1
RBR-Renault
383
2
McLaren-Mercedes
280
3
Ferrari
215
4
Mercedes
80
5
Renault
66
6
Sauber-Ferrari
35
7
Force India-Mercedes
26
8
STR-Ferrari
22
9
Williams-Cosworth
4
10
Lotus-Renault
0
11
HRT-Cosworth
0
12
Virgin-Cosworth
0

[Source : F1-Official, McLAREN, SUPERSPORT.ZA, CRASH.NET]

2011 SUPER GT : S Road MOLA GT-R wins SUGO GT race


2011 SUGO GT 250 km. GT-500 Race Winners : Masataka Yanagida / Ronnie Quintarelli No. 46 S Road MOLA GT-R - NISSAN GT-R R35

MIYAGI : July 31, 2011 - The "SUGO GT 250km RACE," Round 4 of the 2011 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, took place at Sportsland SUGO circuit (one lap: 3.704 km x 68 laps) in Miyagi Prefecture on July 31. In the GT500 class race the S Road MOLA GT-R driven by Masataka Yanagida and Ronnie Quintarelli, starting from pole position and running away to a perfect win without ever being threatened by the competition.


Unlike the Saturday qualifying that had been cursed by heavy rains, today's race was run under cloudy skies but free of rain. The race started at 14:00 with the air temperature at a cool 22 degrees C. for this time of year.
Having won pole position in yesterday's qualifying in the S Road MOLA GT-R, Ronnie Quintarelli started the race from the front of the first row and executed a good start. For Quintarelli, the conditions with a dry track and low track temperature where very different from the rainy conditions he had won the pole position in the day before. Nonetheless, he was able to pull away from the pack at a fierce pace.

After all the teams had finished their routine pit stops the S Road MOLA GT-R was more than 20 seconds ahead of the DENSO SARD SC430 running in 2nd place. At the wheel of the MOLA GT-R for the second stint, Masataka Yanagida ran on steadily without losing any of that margin. This perfect pole-to-checkered victory was the team's first win since moving up to the GT500 class. The victory also put the Yanagida/Quinarelli driver pair on top of the point ranking as the eight-race series moves into its second half.
For the Nissan GT-R this was the third win this season. For Yanagida, who was champion of the GT300 class last season, this is his first victory in the GT500 class.


2011 SUGO GT 250 km. GT-300 Race Winners : Ryo Orime / Alexandre Imperatori No. 14 SG CHANGI IS350 - LEXUS IS350

In the GT300 class, the SG CHANGI IS350 driven by Ryo Orime and Alexandre Imperatori came from 3rd-position on the starting grid to give their team its first win. For the Lexus IS350 this is the third win, and the first since 2009, and for Imperatori it is his first win in SUPER GT competition.

(Spectators: 27,000)

Winner Comments


2011 SUGO GT 250 km. GT-500 Race Winners : Masataka Yanagida / Ronnie Quintarelli No. 46 S Road MOLA GT-R - NISSAN GT-R R35

No.46 S Road MOLA GT-R [GT500]

Masataka Yanagida: "It has been a long road [to this first GT500]. Time and again we came close but couldn't win. I want to take this momentum and carry it on to the coming races. I want to say how grateful I am to Nissan and Nismo and all the fans for their support, and to the team and Quintarelli for creating an environment where we were able to win. I also want to say a word of thanks to Masahiro Hasemi, who was my mentor in GT300 until last year. In the race, Ronnie had built us up such a margin of lead that there wasn't much risk, so I just tried to keep concentrated on my driving. I would say that I was more nervous during yesterday's Super Lap, even though I was just watching. I am not going to let myself be satisfied with this win, because there is more to come and our ultimate goal is to win the series title."

Ronnie Quintarelli: "[Watching from the pit] the second half of the race was a very long. The car was in such good condition that I was able to push hard from the very first lap. I believe I was able to build up a good margin of lead and the pit stop and driver change went very well with no misses on the part of the team, and then Yanagida-san managed the machine well all the way to the checkered. I was very happy to see it all. During the race it was slippery on the last curve and I had one dangerous moment. But there was enough of a margin that I was able to take it easy and run a clever race. Since the Michelin tires are known for being good in hot conditions, I was a bit worried about today's cool temperatures, but once I started racing I found their performance was excellent. I am really grateful to Michelin for that."


2011 SUGO GT 250 km. GT-300 Race Winners : Ryo Orime / Alexandre Imperatori No. 14 SG CHANGI IS350 - LEXUS IS350

No.14 IS CHANGI IS350 [GT300]

Ryo Orime: "I'm happy and relieved at the same time. We hadn't been able to deliver good results thus far this season, and personally I was feeling a bit anxious. But we didn't let it defeat us and we kept meeting as a team and worked to improve the machine. This time we were able to show good speed from the qualifying and in the race Alex [Imperatori] gave a good performance. I think all of this is evidence of how hard we have worked. That is why I am so relieved with this result. It was a clean battle between me and Takagi in car No.43 and I think it must have been an enjoyable one to watch for the fans."

Alexandre Imperatori: "I feel very happy. We didn't have a good start to this season but I am happy to say that we got a very good result this weekend. This is my first season competing in SUPER GT and it took me a while to get used to this type of race. But SUPER GT has so many more spectators and fans than the other races I have participated in Europe and in Japanese Formula 3 Championship. That gives me great motivation. This atmosphere is the greatest and I am very happy to have been able to win here. I want to keep winning like this."

2011 SUPER GT : Round 4 - SUGO GT 250 km. Race - GT 500 Race result


Po No Machine Drivers Time/Diff Lap Best lap Tire WH
1
46
S Road MOLA GT-R
NISSAN GT-R R35 / VRH34A
Masataka Yanagida

Ronnie Quintarelli
1:33'14.162
68
1'17.420
MI
42
2
39
DENSO SARD SC430
LEXUS SC430 / RV8KG
Hiroaki Ishiura

Takuto Iguchi
0'22.360
68
1'18.054
MI
10
3
32
EPSON HSV-010
Honda HSV-010 GT / HR10EG
Ryo Michigami

Yuhki Nakayama
0'23.854
68
1'18.638
DL
2
4
24
ADVAN KONDO GT-R
NISSAN GT-R R35 / VRH34A
Hironobu Yasuda

Bjorn Wirdheim
0'35.516
68
1'18.345
YH
28
5
6
ENEOS SUSTINA SC430
LEXUS SC430 / RV8KG
Daisuke Ito

Kazuya Oshima
0'43.890
68
1'19.183
BS
36
6
17
KEIHIN HSV-010
Honda HSV-010 GT / HR10EG
Toshihiro Kaneishi

Koudai Tsukakoshi
0'45.934
68
1'19.118
BS
50
7
100
RAYBRIG HSV-010
Honda HSV-010 GT / HR10EG
Takuya Izawa

Naoki Yamamoto
1'15.181
68
1'19.461
BS
38
8
19
WedsSport ADVAN SC430
LEXUS SC430 / RV8KG
Tatsuya Kataoka

Seiji Ara
1Lap
67
1'19.506
YH
22
9
36
PETRONAS TOM'S SC430
LEXUS SC430 / RV8KG
Andre Lotterer

Kazuki Nakajima
1Lap
67
1'19.722
BS
42
10
8
ARTA HSV-010
Honda HSV-010 GT / HR10EG
Hideki Mutoh

Takashi Kobayashi
1Lap
67
1'19.636
BS
8
11
38
ZENT CERUMO SC430
LEXUS SC430 / RV8KG
Yuji Tachikawa

Kohei Hirate
1Lap
67
1'19.222
BS
30
12
23
MOTUL AUTECH GT-R
NISSAN GT-R R35 / VRH34A
Satoshi Motoyama

Benoit Treluyer
1Lap
67
1'19.659
BS
52
13
12
CALSONIC IMPUL GT-R
NISSAN GT-R R35 / VRH34A
Tsugio Matsuda

J.P.L.de Oliveira
3Laps
65
1'19.054
BS
40
Classified (GT500: 47 Laps)

35
D'STATION KeePer SC430
LEXUS SC430 / RV8KG
Juichi Wakisaka

Andre Couto
33Laps
35
1'19.352
BS
2

1
Weider HSV-010
Honda HSV-010 GT / HR10EG
Takashi Kogure

Loic Duval
48Laps
20
1'19.381
BS
48


2011 SUPER GT : Round 4 - SUGO GT 250 km. Race - GT 300 Race result


Po No Machine Drivers Time/Diff Lap Best lap Tire WH
1
14
SG CHANGI IS350
LEXUS IS350 / RV8J
Ryo Orime

Alexandre Imperatori
1:33'14.532
63
1'25.756
YH


2
74
COROLLA Axio apr GT
TOYOTA COROLLA Axio / 2GR-FSE
Morio Nitta

Yuji Kunimoto
0'28.729
63
1'25.981
YH
28
3
43
ARTA Garaiya
ARTA Garaiya / VQ35DE
Shinichi Takagi

Kosuke Matsuura
0'33.138
63
1'25.983
BS
22
4
25
ZENT Porsche RSR
PORSCHE 911GT3 RSR / M97/81
Akihiro Tsuzuki

Takeshi Tsuchiya
0'57.889
63
1'26.534
YH
22
5
33
HANKOOK PORSCHE
PORSCHE 911GT3 R MY2010 / M97/79
Masami Kageyama

Tomonobu Fujii
1'00.690
63
1'26.018
HK
44
6
4
HATSUNEMIKU GOODSMILE BMW
BMW Z4 GT3 / P65B44
Nobuteru Taniguchi

Taku Bamba
1'01.784
63
1'25.612
YH
68
7
11
JIMGAINER DIXCEL DUNLOP 458
Ferrari 458 GTC / F142GT2
Tetsuya Tanaka

Katsuyuki Hiranaka
1'02.632
63
1'26.044
DL
90
8
66
triple a Vantage GT2
Aston Martin V8 Vantage / V8
Hiroki Yoshimoto

Kazuki Hoshino
1'13.053
63
1'26.394
YH
40
9
5
Mach GoGoGo Syaken RD320R
VEMAC 320R / M97/77
Katsuhiko Tsutsui

Haruki Kurosawa
1Lap
62
1'26.559
YH


10
88
JLOC Lamborghini RG-3
Gallardo RG-3 / 07L1
Hiroyuki Iiri

Yuhi Sekiguchi
1Lap
62
1'25.556
YH
22
11
26
Verity TAISAN Porsche
PORSCHE 911GT3 RS / M96/77
Kyosuke Mineo

Junichiro Yamashita
1Lap
62
1'26.596
YH


12
41
NetMove TAISAN Ferrari
Ferrari F430 GT / F136GT
Shinichi Yamaji

Hiroshi Koizumi
1Lap
62
1'26.471
YH
8
13
2
EVANGELION RT TEST TYPE-01 Apple Shiden
Shiden MC/RT-16 / 1UZ-FE
Kazuho Takahashi

Hiroki Katoh
2Laps
61
1'25.855
YH
10
14
7
EVANGELION RT PRODUCTION MODEL-02 DIRECTION
PORSCHE 911GT3 R MY2011 / M97/79
Carlo Van Dam

Akira Mizutani
11Laps
52
1'26.711
YH


15
86
JLOC Lamborghini RG-3
Gallardo RG-3 / 07L1
Yuya Sakamoto

Takayuki Aoki
18Laps
45
1'26.794
YH
2
16
87
RIRE Lamborghini RG-3
Gallardo RG-3 / 07L1
Atsushi Yogo

Manabu Orido
18Laps
45
1'26.920
YH
30
Classified (GT300: 44 Laps)


27
PACIFIC NAC IKAMUSUME Ferrari
Ferrari F430 / F136GT
Yutaka Yamagishi

Hideki Yamauchi
21Laps
42
1'26.610
YH
34


31
HASEPRO MA IWASAKI apr COROLLA
TOYOTA COROLLA Axio / 2GR-FSE
Koki Saga

Yuki Iwasaki
28Laps
35
1'27.083
YH
16


62
R&D SPORT LEGACY B4
SUBARU LEGACY B4 / EJ20
Tetsuya Yamano

Kota Sasaki
40Laps
23
1'26.154
YH
12


22
R'Qs Vemac 350R
VEMAC 350R / ZK348
Hisashi Wada

Masaki Jyonai
41Laps
22
1'27.108
YH




69
ThunderAsia MT900M
Mosler MT900M / XV
Naoki Yokomizo

Hiroki Yoshida
60Laps
3
1'25.699
YH




2011 SUPER GT - GT-500 : Drivers' Championship Standing


Po
No
Drivers
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
Total
1st Diff
WH
1
46
Masataka Yanagida

Ronnie Quintarelli
5

1

15

20









41
-

82
2
17
Toshihiro Kaneishi

Koudai Tsukakoshi
11

3

11

5









30
-11

60
3
23
Satoshi Motoyama

Benoit Treluyer
6

20













26
-15

52
4
1
Takashi Kogure

Loic Duval
4



20











24
-17

48
5
6
Daisuke Ito

Kazuya Oshima


15

3

6









24
-17

48
6
100
Takuya Izawa

Naoki Yamamoto
15



4

4









23
-18

46
7
36
Andre Lotterer

Kazuki Nakajima
8

8

5

2









23
-18

46
8
24
Hironobu Yasuda

Bjorn Wirdheim
2

4

8

8









22
-19

44
9
12
Tsugio Matsuda

Joao Paulo Lima de Oliveira
20















20
-21

40
10
39
Hiroaki Ishiura

Takuto Iguchi


5



15









20
-21

40
11
38
Yuji Tachikawa

Kohei Hirate
3

6

6











15
-26

30
12
19
Tatsuya Kataoka

Seiji Ara


11



3









14
-27

28
13
32
Ryo Michigami

Yuhki Nakayama
1





11









12
-29

24
14
8
Hideki Mutoh

Takashi Kobayashi


2

2

1









5
-36

10
15
35
Juichi Wakisaka

Andre Couto




1











1
-40

2


2011 SUPER GT - GT-300 : Drivers' Championship Standing


Po
No
Drivers
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
Total
1st Diff
WH
1
11
Tetsuya Tanaka

Katsuyuki Hiranaka
15

15

15

4









49
-

98
2
4
Nobuteru Taniguchi

Taku Bamba
8

6

20

5









39
-10

78
3
74
Morio Nitta

Yuji Kunimoto
5

4

5

15









29
-20

58
4
33
Masami Kageyama

Tomonobu Fujii


20

2

6









28
-21

56
5
66
Hiroki Yoshimoto

Kazuki Hoshino
20





3









23
-26

46
6
43
Shinichi Takagi

Kosuke Matsuura


5

6

11









22
-27

44
7
14
Ryo Orime






20









20
-29

40
8
14
Alexandre Imperatori




-

20









20
-29

40
9
25
Akihiro Tsuzuki

Takeshi Tsuchiya


11



8









19
-30

38
10
27
Yutaka Yamagishi

Hideki Yamauchi
6



11











17
-32

34
11
87
Atsushi Yogo

Manabu Orido
11



4











15
-34

30
12
88
Hiroyuki Iiri

Yuhi Sekiguchi


3

8

1









12
-37

24
13
31
Koki Saga

Yuki Iwasaki


8













8
-41

16
14
62
Tetsuya Yamano

Kota Sasaki
3



3











6
-43

12
15
2
Kazuho Takahashi

Hiroki Katoh
4



1











5
-44

10
16
41
Shinichi Yamaji

Hiroshi Koizumi
2

2

-











4
-45

8
17
5
Haruki Kurosawa


-



2









2
-47

4
18
5
Katsuhiko Tsutsui
-

-

-

2









2
-47

4
19
86
Yuya Sakamoto

Takayuki Aoki
1















1
-48

2
20
34
Hiroshi Takamori

Michael Kim


1

-

-









1
-48

2


2011 SUPER GT - GT-500 : Teams' Championship Standing


Po
No
Team
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
Total
1st Diff
WH
1
46
MOLA
8

3

18

23









52
-
82

2
17
KEIHIN REAL RACING
14

5

14

8









41
-11
60

3
23
NISMO
9

23

3

2









37
-15
52

4
6
LEXUS TEAM LeMans ENEOS
3

18

6

9









36
-16
48

5
36
LEXUS TEAM PETRONAS TOM'S
11

11

8

4









34
-18
46

6
100
TEAM KUNIMITSU
18

2

7

7









34
-18
46

7
24
KONDO RACING
5

6

11

11









33
-19
44

8
1
Weider Honda Racing
7

1

23











31
-21
48

9
39
LEXUS TEAM SARD
2

8

3

18









31
-21
40

10
12
TEAM IMPUL
23

1

2

1









27
-25
40

11
38
LEXUS TEAM ZENT CERUMO
6

9

9

2









26
-26
30

12
19
LEXUS TEAM WedsSport BANDOH
1

14

3

5









23
-29
28

13
32
NAKAJIMA RACING
4

1

3

14









22
-30
24

14
8
AUTOBACS RACING TEAM AGURI
3

4

5

3









15
-37
10

15
35
LEXUS TEAM KRAFT
2

2

4











8
-44
2


2011 SUPER GT - GT-300 : Teams' Championship Standing


Po
No
Team
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
Total
1st Diff
WH
1 11 JIMGAINER 18 18 18 7



61 - 98
2 4 GSR&Studie with TeamUKYO 11 9 23 8



51 -10 78
3 74 apr 8 7 8 18



41 -20 58
4 33 HANKOOK KTR 3 23 5 9



40 -21 56
5 43 AUTOBACS RACING TEAM AGURI 1 8 9 14



32 -29 44
6 66 A speed 23

6



29 -32 46
7 14 Team SG CHANGI 3 1
23



27 -34 40
8 27 LMP MOTORSPORT 9 3 14




26 -35 34
9 25 SAMURAI Team TSUCHIYA
14
11



25 -36 38
10 87 JLOC 14 1 7 1



23 -38 30
11 88 JLOC
6 11 4



21 -40 24
12 31 apr 3 11 3




17 -44 16
13 62 R&D SPORT 6 1 6




13 -48 12
14 41 Team TAISAN CINECITTA 5 5 - 3



13 -48 8
15 2 Cars Tokai Dream28 7
4 1



12 -49 10
16 26 Team TAISAN CINECITTA 3 1 3 3



10 -51
17 5 TEAM MACH 1 - 3 5



9 -52 4
18 86 JLOC 4
3 1



8 -53 2
19 34 HANKOOK KTR 1 4 -




5 -56 2
20 22 R'Qs MOTORSPORTS 3 1 1




5 -56
21 69 ThunderAsia Racing 1 1 3




5 -56
22 360 TOMEI SPORTS 1 1 -




2 -59
23 7 DIRECTION RACING - - - 1



1 -60

Images : 2011 SUPER GT - R4 SUGO GT 250 km. Race

    
    
    
    

[Source : SUPER GT - Official]