2011 F1 statistics: Retirements and penalties

Retirements
Race penalties

Retirements

DriverAccidentTechnical failureNCDQDNQDNSW
Sebastian Vettel0100000
Mark Webber1000000
Lewis Hamilton2100000
Jenson Button0200000
Fernando Alonso1000000
Felipe Massa1200000
Michael Schumacher3200000
Nico Rosberg2000000
Nick Heidfeld2100000
Vitaly Petrov4000000
Rubens Barrichello0300000
Pastor Maldonado3400000
Adrian Sutil1100000
Paul di Resta0100000
Kamui Kobayashi1201000
Sergio Perez0301010
Sebastien Buemi1400000
Jaime Alguersuari2100000
Heikki Kovalainen1400000
Jarno Trulli0400000
Narain Karthikeyan0100100
Vitantonio Liuzzi1410100
Timo Glock2210010
Jerome D’Ambrosio0300000
Pedro de la Rosa0000000
Daniel Ricciardo0300000
Karun Chandhok0000000
Bruno Senna0000000

NC: Not classified (did not complete more than 90% of the race distance)
DQ: Disqualified
DNQ: Did not qualify
DNS: Did not start
W: Withdrawn

Race penalties

DriverTotalDrive-throughStop-goPost-raceTime added
Pastor Maldonado540130
Lewis Hamilton530240
Sergio Perez44000
Jenson Button22000
Paul di Resta22000
Bruno Senna33000
Kamui Kobayashi21100
Jaime Alguersuari210120
Rubens Barrichello11000
Adrian Sutil11000
Vitantonio Liuzzi11000
Jerome D’Ambrosio11000
Timo Glock11000
Felipe Massa11000
Michael Schumacher10100
Sebastien Buemi10100
Fernando Alonso100120
Narain Karthikeyan100120
Sebastian Vettel00000
Mark Webber00000
Nico Rosberg00000
Nick Heidfeld00000
Vitaly Petrov00000
Heikki Kovalainen00000
Jarno Trulli00000
Pedro de la Rosa00000
Daniel Ricciardo00000
Karun Chandhok00000

Post-race: Time added after the race
Penalties not served not counted

4 comments on “2011 F1 statistics: Retirements and penalties”

  1. Where can I find the average race positions for each driver? I found the average qualifying position.

  2. Can you add grid penalties to the penalty list?

    1. See the qualifying page:

      Qualifying

  3. didnt barrichello have stop/go in australia and perez in china?

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