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Grand Prix 2: Jean Alesi/Ferrari - Germany 1995 [9/16]

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Published on Jun 20, 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 'A' Compound (Hard)
Fuel: Agip pump fuel
Failure probability: 9999/32767 [30.5%]
Difficulty: Ace [0 driver aids]

Very happy to achieve a podium, minimizing the damage of Schumacher's remarkable comeback drive. A vicious race to begin with: Hill rammed Alesi twice, and then himself retired. One rival out. Schumacher was caught in the mess and held Alesi's return to the track. Alesi's throttle stuck _open_ soon after, making car control extremely difficult. This is only car #27's second technical failure of the season, the first being a suspension failure in Brazil. Schumacher passed and went on to defeat the entire field. Alesi chased him down, setting numerous fastest laps, before ending up seven seconds shy of Mark Blundell. A fantastic race with many passes and intelligent AI. Schumacher - IRL waking from his coma - becomes the third driver to lead in the championship in nine races, by a single point margin. Although Hill slips back to third, the Constructors' is the bigger defeat, with Williams losing the lead and finding themselves 3rd. Ferrari remain in 2nd as Benetton take the lead.

Classification:

1st Michael Schumacher (Benetton-Renault) 1h 25m 29.151s
2nd Mark Blundell (McLaren-Mercedes) +7.592s
3rd Jean Alesi (Ferrari) +13.213s
4th Gerhard Berger (Ferrari) +31.845s
5th Johnny Herbert (Benetton-Renault) +38.011s
6th Olivier Panis (Ligier-Mugen) +1m 07.163s
7th Heinz-Harald Frentzen (Sauber-Ford) +1m 10.392s
8th Eddie Irvine (Jordan-Peugeot) +1m 24.469s
9th Gianni Morbidelli (Footwork-Hart) +1m 25.100s
10th Jean-Christophe-Boullion (Sauber-Ford) +1m 48.278s
11th Rubens Barrichello (Jordan-Peugeot) +1m 51.072s
12th Pedro Lamy (Minardi-Ford) -1 lap
13th Mika Salo (Tyrrell-Yamaha) -1 lap
14th Domenico Schiattarella (Simtek-Ford) -2 laps
15th Andrea Montermini (Pacific-Ford) -2 laps
16th Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes) -3 laps
17th Roberto Moreno (Forti-Ford) -4 laps
18th Jos Verstappen (Simtek-Ford) Engine
19th David Coulthard (Williams-Renault) Throttle
20th Taki Inoue (Footwork-Hart) Engine
21st Martin Brundle (Ligier-Mugen) Transmission
22nd Pedro Diniz (Forti-Ford) Oil Leak
23rd Bertrand Gachot (Pacific-Ford) Engine
24th Damon Hill (Williams-Renault) Transmission
25th Ukyo Katayama (Tyrrell-Yamaha) Transmission
26th Luca Badoer (Minardi-Ford) Puncture

Fastest Laps:

1st Jean Alesi (Ferrari) 1m 48.837s
2nd David Coulthard (Williams-Renault) +1.950s
3rd Michael Schumacher (Benetton-Renault) +2.163s
4th Damon Hill (Williams-Renault) +2.277s
5th Mark Blundell (McLaren-Mercedes) +2.742s

Drivers' Championship:

1st Michael Schumacher 51
2nd Jean Alesi 50
3rd Damon Hill 38
4th David Coulthard 23
5th Johnny Herbert 16
6th Gerhard Berger 14
7th Mark Blundell 11
8th Eddie Irvine 10
9th Rubens Barrichello 7
10th Mika Hakkinen 7
11th Olivier Panis 5
12th Heinz-Harald Frentzen 1
13th Gianni Morbidelli 1

Constructors' Championship:

1st Benetton-Renault 67
2nd Ferrari 64
3rd Williams-Renault 61
4th McLaren-Mercedes 18
5th Jordan-Peugeot 17
6th Ligier-Mugen 5
7th Sauber-Ford 1
8th Footwork-Hart 1

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