Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Melbourne, 2012

Australian Grand Prix combined practice times

2012 Australian Grand Prix

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Here are the times from all three practice sessions for the Australian Grand Prix:

PosDriverCarFP1FP2FP3Total laps
1Lewis HamiltonMcLaren-Mercedes1’27.8051’33.2521’25.68143
2Romain GrosjeanLotus-Renault1’30.5151’32.8221’25.75848
3Mark WebberRed Bull-Renault1’28.4671’32.2961’25.90061
4Jenson ButtonMcLaren-Mercedes1’27.5601’33.0391’25.90646
5Nico RosbergMercedes1’28.6831’32.1841’25.92962
6Michael SchumacherMercedes1’28.2351’29.1831’26.07847
7Sebastian VettelRed Bull-Renault1’29.7901’32.1941’26.21152
8Pastor MaldonadoWilliams-Renault1’29.4151’34.1081’26.47054
9Sergio PerezSauber-Ferrari1’30.1241’30.1991’26.63265
10Daniel RicciardoToro Rosso-Ferrari1’28.9081’34.6041’26.72371
11Jean-Eric VergneToro Rosso-Ferrari1’31.1781’34.4851’26.73361
12Kimi RaikkonenLotus-Renault1’29.5651’34.2751’26.73734
13Kamui KobayashiSauber-Ferrari1’29.7221’30.7091’26.75561
14Nico HulkenbergForce India-Mercedes1’29.8651’29.2921’27.02959
15Bruno SennaWilliams-Renault1’29.9531’34.3121’27.11958
16Fernando AlonsoFerrari1’28.3601’30.3411’27.32353
17Paul di RestaForce India-Mercedes1’29.8811’31.4661’27.42853
18Felipe MassaFerrari1’30.7431’31.5051’28.02344
19Heikki KovalainenCaterham-Renault1’30.5861’31.9321’28.34151
20Vitaly PetrovCaterham-Renault1’31.9831’32.7671’28.70234
21Timo GlockMarussia-Cosworth1’34.7301’32.6321’30.72838
22Charles PicMarussia-Cosworth1’40.2561’34.7701’31.22538
23Pedro de la RosaHRT-Cosworth1’33.11413
24Narain KarthikeyanHRT-Cosworth1’42.6271’33.26132

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2 comments on “Australian Grand Prix combined practice times”

  1. It would have been nice to compare the lap times across sessions for all drivers but FP2 threw a bit of a spanner in the works. Very noticeable improvements between FP1 and FP3 which I guess we can only attribute to a partialy wet track in FP1 and when it was dry, being very green.

  2. Shaun Robinson (@)
    17th March 2012, 6:00

    It’s so strange to see Ferrari down in 16th and 18th…. just feels wrong.

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