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2011 Abu Dhabi GP
2010 Brazilian GP

2011 Brazilian GP

2012 Australian GP
2012 Brazilian GP
 XL  Grande Prêmio Petrobras do Brasil

Event Overview • Entry ListPenalties
Qualifying Session 1Session 2Session 3Overall
Race Starting GridClassificationLap by LapFastest LapsLaps LedPit Stops

Details
DateSunday 27 November 2011
Start time14:00
Event Brazilian GP
Circuit Interlagos
Event FormatRace of 71 laps
ChampionshipWorld Championship
Race number#19 of 19 in 2011
#858 (of all time)
Circuit
Laps71
Circuit Perimeter4309 m
Race Distance4309 × 71 − 30 = 305.909 km
Grid Format2-2-2-2 (staggered)
Pole PositionRight
First CornerLeft
Track DirectionAnti-clockwise
Weather
Track Temperature46°C
Air Temperature25°C
Humidity58%
Wind Speed4.9 m/s
Participants
Entries24
Qualifiers24
Finishers20
Pit stops58
DebutantsNone
Records Broken 1. Most Drivers' Championship Points Scores in a Season Fernando Alonso,  Mark Webber,  Sebastian Vettel (18),
2. Most Constructors' Championship Points Scores in a Season Fernando Alonso,  Mark Webber,  Sebastian Vettel (18),
3. Most 19th Place Qualifications Heikki Kovalainen (17),
4. Most Poles in a Season Sebastian Vettel (15),
5. Most 5th Place Qualifications in a Season Fernando Alonso (9),
6. Most 20th Place Qualifications in a Season Jarno Trulli (9)
Records Extended 1. Most Constructors' Championship Points Scores Ferrari (884),
2. Most Drivers' Championship Points Scores Ferrari (1016),
3. Most 4th Place Finishes Ferrari (148),
4. Most 5th Place Finishes Ferrari (102),
5. Most 20th Place Finishes Hispania (9),
6. Highest 20th Place Finish Ratio Hispania (11.84%),
7. Most Drivers' Championship Points Scores in a Season Red Bull (36),
8. Most Constructors' Championship Points Scores in a Season Red Bull (36),
9. Most Races Led Ferrari (502),
10. Most Laps Led Ferrari (13361),
11. Most Race Entries Ferrari (1882),
12. Most Race Entries Rubens Barrichello (326),
13. Most 5th Place Qualifications Ferrari (189),
14. Most 7th Place Qualifications Ferrari (112),
15. Most 20th Place Qualifications Jarno Trulli (19),
16. Most Poles in a Season Red Bull (18),
17. Most 5th Place Qualifications in a Season Ferrari (12),
18. Most 19th Place Qualifications in a Season Lotus (17),
19. Most 19th Place Qualifications in a Season Heikki Kovalainen (10)

World Championship standings
1  Sebastian Vettel 392 
2  Jenson Button 270 
3  Mark Webber 258 up
4  Fernando Alonso 257 up
5  Lewis Hamilton 227 
6  Felipe Massa 118 
7  Nico Rosberg 89 
8  Michael Schumacher 76 
9  Adrian Sutil 42 up
10  Vitaly Petrov 37 up
11  Nick Heidfeld 34 up
12  Kamui Kobayashi 30 
13  Paul di Resta 27 up
14  Jaime Alguersuari 26 up
15  Sébastien Buemi 15 
16  Sergio Pérez 14 
17  Rubens Barrichello 4 
18  Bruno Senna 2 
19  Pastor Maldonado 1 
1  Red Bull / Renault 650 
2  McLaren / Mercedes 497 
3  Ferrari / Ferrari 375 
4  Mercedes / Mercedes 165 
5  Renault / Renault 73 
6  Force India / Mercedes 69 
7  Sauber / Ferrari 44 
8  Toro Rosso / Ferrari 41 
9  Williams / Cosworth 5 

Results
 WinnerPole PositionFastest Lap
Car NumberCar 2Car 1Car 2
EntrantRed Bull RacingRed Bull RacingRed Bull Racing
Driver Mark Webber Sebastian Vettel Mark Webber
Car Red Bull RB7 Red Bull RB7 Red Bull RB7
EngineRenault RS27-2011Renault RS27-2011Renault RS27-2011
Time1:32'17.4641'11.9181'15.324
Speed198.877 km/h215.696 km/h205.942 km/h

Podium
 RecipientTrophy Presented By
Winner Mark WebberGilberto KassabMayor of São Paulo
2nd Place Sebastian VettelGeraldo AlckminGovernor of São Paulo
3rd Place Jenson ButtonCleyton PinteiroPresident ASN
Winning ConstructorRed Bull (represented by Will Courtenay)Sérgio GabrielliCEO Petrobras