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Grand Prix 2: Jean Alesi/Ferrari - San Marino 1995 [3/16]

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Published on Jan 1, 2014

Driver: #27 Jean Alesi (France)
Car: Ferrari 412 T2
Engine: Ferrari 3000 (Ferrari-Tipo 044/1) 2997cc 75° V12
Gearbox: Ferrari semi-automatic six-speed sequential
Grand Prix 2 power rating in race/qualifying: 706/716 HP
Grand Prix 2 weight: 595kg (AI cars are 595kg)
Tyres: Goodyear 'C' Compound (Soft)
Fuel: Agip
Car failure probability: 9999/32767 [30.5%]
Difficulty: Ace (no driver aids)

The last race of 2013, and a straight-forward race really. I managed to get the car set up perfectly, after tweaking the ride height for the entire warm up session. In qualifying, the car was running a lot lower, but after only a handful of laps in race trim the plank became worn. I had to raise the car significantly to avoid this, and as such it only became slightly worn towards the end of the race. What happened to Johnny Herbert at the end of lap 33 is anybody's guess. In real life, this victory would've been Alesi's first ever, and no doubt the Tifosi would've invaded the track in celebration. It seems as though at least one Ferrari will retire with mechanical problems each race, and thankfully (for me) it was Berger's turn: he suffered a puncture, along with three other drivers.

Full Classification:

1st Jean Alesi (Ferrari) 1h 28m 26.603s
2nd Michael Schumacher (Benetton-Renault) +47.231s
3rd Damon Hill (Williams-Renault) +53.335s
4th David Coulthard (Williams-Renault) +1m 10.107s
5th Mika Hakkinen (McLaren-Mercedes) -1 lap
6th Olivier Panis (Ligier-Mugen) -1 lap
7th Rubens Barrichello (Jordan-Peugeot) -1 lap
8th Ukyo Katayama (Tyrrell-Yamaha) -2 laps
9th Heinz-Harald Frentzen (Sauber-Ford) -2 laps
10th Johnny Herbert (Benetton-Renault) -2 laps
11th Jean-Christophe Boullion (Sauber-Ford) -2 laps
12th Mika Salo (Tyrrell-Yamaha) -3 laps
13th Luca Badoer (Minardi-Ford) -4 laps
14th Bertrand Gachot (Pacific-Ford) -5 laps
15th Andrea Montermini (Pacific-Ford) -6 laps
16th Pedro Diniz (Forti-Ford) Puncture
17th Domenico Schiattarella (Simtek-Ford) Puncture
18th Gianni Morbidelli (Footwork-Hart) Engine
19th Gerhard Berger (Ferrari) Puncture
20th Jos Verstappen (Simtek-Ford) Suspension
21st Eddie Irvine (Jordan-Peugeot) Puncture
22nd Martin Brundle (Ligier-Mugen) Didn't Finish
23rd Mark Blundell (McLaren-Mercedes) Engine
24th Pedro Lamy (Minardi-Ford) Engine
25th Roberto Moreno (Forti-Ford) Loose Wheel
26th Taki Inoue (Footwork-Hart) Didn't Finish

Fastest Laps:

1st Jean Alesi (Ferrari) 1m 24.796s
2nd Michael Schumacher (Benetton-Renault) +0.713s
3rd Damon Hill (Williams-Renault) +0.730s
4th David Coulthard (Williams-Renault) +1.125s
5th Gerhard Berger (Ferrari) +1.219s

Championship for Drivers:

1st Damon Hill 24
2nd Jean Alesi 14
3rd David Coulthard 9
4th Johnny Herbert 6
5th Michael Schumacher 6
6th Mika Hakkinen 6
7th Gerhard Berger 4
8th Rubens Barrichello 4
9th Eddie Irvine 3
10th Olivier Panis 1
11th Mark Blundell 1

Championship for Constructors:

1st Williams-Renault 33
2nd Ferrari 18
3rd Benetton-Renault 12
4th Jordan Peugeot 7
5th McLaren-Mercedes 7
6th Ligier-Mugen 1

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