Jordan Davies Amazes, Dean Stoneman Retires in Brazil


163Diego Álvarez TorrentePrecision-Mercedes1:06.995
262Jules BianchiPrecision-Mercedes1:07.776
334Valtteri BottasTheodore-Judd1:07.897
429Pastor MaldonadoSauber-Judd1:07.933
530Dean StonemanSauber-Judd1:08.073
62Lewis HamiltonCaterham-Judd1:08.149
71Sebastian VettelCaterham-Judd1:08.152
828Daniel MelroseFerrari1:08.361
922Jordan DaviesHaas-Judd1:08.665
1033Einar ÁrmannssonTheodore-Judd1:08.665
1127Dave CassidyFerrari1:08.642
1224Kevin MagnussenFAST-Mercedes1:08.980
13118Carlos Sainz JrDawson-Mercedes1:08.857
146Santiago UrrutiaWilliams-Mercedes1:09.091
1566Pascal WehrleinRed Bull-Ferrari1:09.240
1621Stoffel VandoorneHaas-Judd1:09.500
1790Daniel RicciardoCalinetic-Judd1:09.715
1891Max VerstappenCalinetic-Judd1:10.283
1923Pierre GaslyFAST-Mercedes1:10.287
2067Mike RockenfellerRed Bull-Ferrari1:10.448
2156Sergey SirotkinMansell-Mercedes1:10.591
22119Felix RosenqvistDawson-Mercedes1:10.942
2355Artem MarkelovMansell-Mercedes1:11.575
245Marvin KirchhöferWilliams-Mercedes1:11.615


Dean Stoneman's broken car is being carried off as he fails to finish in the points for the first time since March.

The Championships were decided, but F1 has one weekend left in the season of 2019. As some teams and drivers are still fighting for position and for employment in the future, we can still expect a lot of fight from the F1 stars.

Diego Torrente and Jordan Davies sure brought their A+ game. The only thing stopping Torrente from achieving a grand chelem was a miserable start, dropping him to 8th. He then sliced past his rivals to take a dominant win.

Jordan Davies was the only driver who somewhat kept up with him, the only driver less than three quarters of a minute behind the race winner. Making the most of his ability, Jordan may have earned a drive with a different team for 2020.

Drivers who disappointed in the rain were Vettel, who ended the record-breaking top 10 run of Dean Stoneman in the way his own record run was ended in 2017, and Cassidy and Ricciardo, who were miles behind their teammates.


163Diego Álvarez TorrentePrecision-Mercedes52:09.85715
222Jordan DaviesHaas-Judd+19.04612
329Pastor MaldonadoSauber-Judd+48.31610
42Lewis HamiltonCaterham-Judd+50.5808
562Jules BianchiPrecision-Mercedes+53.1486
634Valtteri BottasTheodore-Judd+68.2005
728Daniel MelroseFerrari1 Lap4
866Pascal WehrleinRed Bull-Ferrari1 Lap3
921Stoffel VandoorneHaas-Judd1 Lap2
10118Carlos Sainz JrDawson-Mercedes1 Lap1
1191Max VerstappenCalinetic-Judd2 Laps0
1256Sergey SirotkinMansell-Mercedes2 Laps0
1323Pierre GaslyFAST-Mercedes2 Laps0
1427Dave CassidyFerrari2 Laps0
1555Artem MarkelovMansell-Mercedes2 Laps0
16119Felix RosenqvistDawson-Mercedes2 Laps0
1790Daniel RicciardoCalinetic-Judd3 Laps0
DNF24Kevin MagnussenFAST-MercedesTransmission0
DNF6Santiago UrrutiaWilliams-MercedesEngine0
DNF33Einar ÁrmannssonTheodore-JuddSuspension0
DNF5Marvin KirchhöferWilliams-MercedesEngine0
DNF67Mike RockenfellerRed Bull-FerrariOil Leak0
DNF1Sebastian VettelCaterham-JuddCollision0
DNF30Dean StonemanSauber-JuddCollision0

Fastest Lap:

Diego Álvarez Torrente – 1:08.969

Infinite Improbability Drive Of The Race:

Jordan Davies – he drove like a master in the wet weather and earns Haas an amazing second place in their final Formula One Grand Prix weekend.

Reject Of The Race:

Sebastian Vettel – running into Dean Stoneman ends both their runs of consecutive top 10 finishes and hurts Caterham’s chances of finishing second.