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Grand Prix 2: Jean Alesi/Ferrari - Hungary 1995 [10/16]

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Published on Jun 25, 2014

Driver: #27 Jean Alesi (France)
Car: Ferrari 412T2
Engine: Ferrari 3000 (Tipo 044/1) 2997cc 75° V12
Gearbox: Ferrari 6-speed semi-auto sequential
Grand Prix 2 power rating in RP/Q: 706/716 HP
Grand Prix 2 weight: 595kg (AI:595)
Tyres: Goodyear 'D' Compound (Super Soft)
Fuel: Agip pump fuel
Failure probability: 9999/32767 [30.5%]
Difficulty: Ace [0 driver aids]

Considering I tried and failed to secure pole or even a front row start, I expected the AI's race pace to be much faster. Apart from a scary moment on lap 8 (lucky not to suffer suspension damage!), and a slide over some oil, this was a lesson in domination. Two-stopped at a circuit I normally three-stop at. Easily scored fastest lap and pushed for pretty much the whole race. Schumacher's one-stop strategy was a disaster. There was an oil spill at the first chicane. Put three laps on sixth place Panis. Lapped second place Hill on the final lap; I passed him and the previous Pacific-Ford a little too close for comfort! Alesi takes the lead in the championship for drivers and Ferrari take the lead in the contest of constructors.

Classification:

1st Jean Alesi (Ferrari) 1h 48m 30.168s
2nd Damon Hill (Williams-Renault) -1 lap
3rd Michael Schumacher (Benetton-Renault) -1 lap
4th Gerhard Berger (Ferrari) -1 lap
5th Rubens Barrichello (Jordan-Peugeot) -2 laps
6th Olivier Panis (Ligier-Mugen) -3 laps
7th Heinz-Harald Frentzen (Sauber-Ford) -3 laps
8th Johnny Herbert (Benetton-Renault) -3 laps
9th Gianni Morbidelli (Footwork-Hart) -3 laps
10th Martin Brundle (Ligier-Mugen) -4 laps
11th Jean-Christophe Boullion (Sauber-Ford) -4 laps
12th Luca Badoer (Minardi-Ford) -4 laps
13th Pedro Lamy (Minardi-Ford) -5 laps
14th Jos Verstappen (Simtek-Ford) -5 laps
15th Bertrand Gachot (Pacific-Ford) -7 laps
16th Mika Salo (Tyrrell-Yamaha) Suspension
17th Taki Inoue (Footwork-Hart) Water Leak
18th Eddie Irvine (Jordan-Peugeot) Transmission
19th David Coulthard (Williams-Renault) Water Leak
20th Domenico Schiattarella (Simtek-Ford) Transmission
21st Pedro Diniz (Forti-Ford) Loose Wheel
22nd Ukyo Katayama (Tyrrell-Yamaha) Transmission
23rd Andrea Montermini (Pacific-Ford) Loose Wheel
24th Mark Blundell (McLaren-Mercedes) Oil Leak
25th Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes) Engine
26th Roberto Moreno (Forti-Ford) Suspension

Fastest Laps:

1st Jean Alesi (Ferrari) 1m 21.496s
2nd Damon Hill (Williams-Renault) +1.307s
3rd Michael Schumacher (Benetton-Renault) +1.740s
4th David Coulthard (Williams-Renault) +1.857s
5th Gerhard Berger (Ferrari) +2.068s

Championship for Drivers:

1st Jean Alesi 60
2nd Michael Schumacher 55
3rd Damon Hill 44
4th David Coulthard 23
5th Gerhard Berger 17
6th Johnny Herbert 16
7th Mark Blundell 11
8th Eddie Irvine 10
9th Rubens Barrichello 9
10th Mika Hakkinen 7
11th Olivier Panis 6
12th Heinz-Harald Frentzen 1
13th Gianni Morbidelli 1

Championship for Constructors:

1st Ferrari 77
2nd Benetton-Renault 71
3rd Williams-Renault 67
4th Jordan-Peugeot 19
5th McLaren-Mercedes 18
6th Ligier-Mugen 6
7th Sauber-Ford 1
8th Footwork-Hart 1

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