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A1GP Germany Wins as China Takes Home Race Podium

China - Pole sitter A1 Team Germany's Michael Ammermüller raced to his first A1GP victory in this morning's inaugural Zhuhai Sprint race at round four of the 2007/08 A1GP World Cup of Motorsport season while China's CongFu Cheng put in an incredible performance on home soil, taking a fantastic home race podium.

German rookie Ammermüller dominated the race from lights to flag, holding off Neel Jani to cross the line just over half a second ahead of title leader Switzerland who finished second. The packed grandstand roared when home nation China's CongFu Cheng made a sensational move past Ireland's Adam Carroll on lap 10 to grab third place. The 23-year-old from Beijing went on to take the first podium finish of his career and China's first of the season.

Czech Republic, Great Britain and India finished fifth, sixth and seventh while France and the Netherlands crossed the line in eighth and ninth place respectively.

Canada's Robert Wickens made a brave move past Jonny Reid on lap four to snatch 10th position from New Zealand. The pair continued to battle and in the closing minutes of the 13 lap race, Reid collided with the Canadian racer to take back the final points paying position.

Five of the 22 cars on the grid were involved in a first lap collision, Australia, Brazil and South Africa tangling at turn four and Lebanon running off into the gravel, bringing out the safety car for three laps. Malaysia was forced out of the action due to a puncture sustained from running over debris caused by the incident.

All 22 nations are now preparing for the main event of the weekend at Zhuhai, a thrilling and unpredictable 70 minute Feature race, which starts at 15:00 this afternoon.

Germany's Michael Ammermüller was pleased with his first win and happy to put the challenges he experienced in Malaysia behind him:

'It was a very nice race. We did a good job yesterday in qualifying and we had a good start today. The car was very good and I didn't make any mistakes. The last race in Sepang wasn't so nice but this time the start was a lot better and I'm happy. This afternoon will be more difficult as I'm starting from fifth position but it's a longer race and lots can happen.'

Switerland's Neel Jani, who finished second in the Sprint race and is on pole for this afternoon's Feature race, said:

'My start wasn't too bad, I got very close to Michael but he defended well and I couldn't really get past him without taking any risks. In the end I just settled for second and picked up some good points, plus I got the extra point for the fastest lap. We're on pole position this afternoon which is a good starting point but we will struggle with brakes towards the end of the race, as everybody will, so it's a just a question of who gets through the race with the least amount of problems.'

China's CongFu Cheng was delighted with his first podium finish and overwhelmed by all the support from his home fans:

'It was a great race and I want to say thanks to the crowd and to A1 Team China. It feels fantastic to deliver the first podium of the season for myself and for the team. The crowd was great and big thanks to the team, I'm speechless.'

Sprint race results

Pos

Driver

A1 Team

Time

Gap First

1

Michael AMMERMÜLLER

GERMANY

20:31.432

-

2

Neel JANI

SWITZERLAND

20:32.033

+0.601

3

Congfu CHENG

CHINA

20:36.064

+4.632

4

Adam CARROLL

IRELAND

20:38.139

+6.707

5

Tomas ENGE

CZECH REPUBLIC

20:38.818

+7.386

6

Oliver JARVIS

GREAT BRITAIN

20:39.297

+7.865

7

Narain KARTHIKEYAN

INDIA

20:40.093

+8.661

8

Loic DUVAL

FRANCE

20:40.465

+9.033

9

Jeroen BLEEKEMOLEN

NETHERLANDS

20:41.082

+9.650

10

Jonny REID

NEW ZEALAND

20:44.424

+12.992

11

Edoardo PISCOPO

ITALY

20:46.141

+14.709

12

Jonathan SUMMERTON

USA

20:48.327

+16.895

13

Ian DYK

AUSTRALIA

20:48.601

+17.169

14

Adam KHAN

PAKISTAN

20:52.376

+20.944

15

Robert WICKENS

CANADA

20:53.216

+21.784

16

David GARZA

MEXICO

20:54.820

+23.388

17

Satrio HERMANTO

INDONESIA

20:55.224

+23.792

18

Sergio JIMENEZ

BRAZIL

20:55.457

1 Lap

19

Joao URBANO

PORTUGAL

16:26.238

3 Laps

20

Adrian ZAUGG

SOUTH AFRICA

03:15.105

12 Laps

21

Alex YOONG

MALAYSIA

03:26.864

12 Laps

22

Chris ALAJAJIAN

LEBANON

 

13 Laps

Fastest lap: A1 Team Switzerland's Neel Jani set the fastest lap (1m24.418s) of the Sprint race on lap 11

A1GP Germany and Switzerland on Pole at Zhuhai

China - Defending champion A1 Team Germany qualified in pole position for tomorrow morning's Sprint race at the inaugural Huatai A1GP Zhuhai, China while the Feature race will be led off the grid by current championship leader Switzerland.

Sprint race qualifying
German rookie Michael Ammermuller set the fastest lap during the second 15-minute qualifying segment to snatch pole position for tomorrow morning's Sprint race from Ireland's Adam Carroll, who was quickest around the 4.3km Chinese circuit in Q1.

Switzerland's Neel Jani will line up alongside Germany on the front row, after a superb last lap charge during Q2 demoted Ireland's Adam Carroll and China's CongFu Cheng to third and fourth place respectively. Great Britain's Oliver Jarvis and Czech Republic's Tomas Enge will line up on the third row of the grid in fifth and sixth place respectively.

Feature race qualifying
Switzerland's Neel Jani went one better in the final qualifying segment to secure pole for the Feature race ahead of GBR's Oliver Jarvis who will line up alongside him on the front row.

India's Narain Karthikeyan put in a sensational lap in Q4 to secure third position on the grid, closely followed by France's Loic Duval who will start from fourth. Germany took the fifth spot while home nation China's CongFu Cheng continued to impress the home fans by qualifying in sixth position and achieving China's best combined qualifying performance to date.

Germany's Michael Ammermüller was delighted with his first pole position in only his second A1GP appearance and is looking forward to taking on the challenging Zhuhai circuit tomorrow morning:

'We did a good job to get first place in qualifying and it's a great result for the whole team. We were struggling a bit in free practice but then we got a really good car and we were quite dominant in the first qualifying. The track got a bit worse towards the end and we weren't in the top three but still I think it's a good result. It's better to be first in the first race because it's a short race and quite difficult to overtake and in the second race it's all about strategy and anything is possible.'

Sepang double race winner Neel Jani, who has been struggling with brake problems on the Swiss car, was pleased with his team's qualifying performance:

'We had another great qualifying - second for the Sprint race and first for the Feature race - but it's very tight this time and all very close, every little mistake can put you three spots back. I'm very pleased as yesterday we had a lot of brake problems so the team did a great job to get it solved for today.'

Great Britain's Oliver Jarvis will start both the Sprint and Feature races from second on the grid. The 23-year-old said:

'The free practice and qualifying sessions have been pretty tough. Like Neel said, the track adheres to very close times so a small mistake can make a big difference. It's also very difficult to get a full lap together, there's a lot of heavy braking zones and it's very easy to make a mistake. We've struggled a little bit so far but hopefully we can have very good races and score a lot of points.'

Tomorrow's Sprint race at Zhuhai International Circuit, China will start at 11.00 local time and the 70-minute Feature race will start at 15.00.

Sprint race qualifying results - A1GP Zhuhai, China (round 4 of 10)

POS

A1 TEAM

DRIVER

 TIME S1

 TIME S2

 TIME

GAP FIRST

1

GERMANY

Michael AMMERMÜLLER

01:23.790

01:23.203

01:23.203

 

2

SWITZERLAND

Neel JANI

01:24.127

01:23.425

01:23.425

0.222

3

IRELAND

Adam CARROLL

01:23.675

01:24.265

01:23.675

0.472

4

CHINA

Congfu CHENG

01:23.811

01:23.784

01:23.784

0.581

5

GREAT BRITAIN

Oliver JARVIS

01:24.490

01:23.850

01:23.850

0.647

6

CZECH REPUBLIC

Tomas ENGE

01:24.410

01:23.921

01:23.921

0.718

7

FRANCE

Loic DUVAL

01:24.159

01:23.928

01:23.928

0.725

8

NETHERLANDS

Jeroen BLEEKEMOLEN

01:24.235

01:23.965

01:23.965

0.762

9

INDIA

Narain KARTHIKEYAN

01:24.570

01:23.972

01:23.972

0.769

10

CANADA

Robert WICKENS

01:24.029

01:24.286

01:24.029

0.826

11

USA

Jonathan SUMMERTON

01:26.073

01:24.104

01:24.104

0.901

12

BRAZIL

Sergio JIMENEZ

01:24.141

01:24.212

01:24.141

0.938

13

NEW ZEALAND

Jonny REID

01:24.141

01:24.252

01:24.141

0.938

14

SOUTH AFRICA

Adrian ZAUGG

01:24.576

01:24.207

01:24.207

1.004

15

PORTUGAL

Joao URBANO

01:24.685

01:24.263

01:24.263

1.06

16

ITALY

Edoardo PISCOPO

01:24.307

01:24.675

01:24.307

1.104

17

MALAYSIA

Alex YOONG

01:25.083

01:24.391

01:24.391

1.188

18

AUSTRALIA

Ian DYK

01:24.770

01:24.850

01:24.770

1.567

19

INDONESIA

Satrio HERMANTO

01:25.875

01:24.893

01:24.893

1.69

20

LEBANON

Chris ALAJAJIAN

01:25.793

01:24.915

01:24.915

1.712

21

PAKISTAN

Adam KHAN

01:24.958

01:26.041

01:24.958

1.755

22

MEXICO

David GARZA

01:25.246

01:25.829

01:25.246

2.043

Feature race qualifying results - A1GP Zhuhai, China (round 4 of 10)

POS

A1 TEAM

A1 DRIVER

 TIME S1

 TIME S2

 TIME

GAP FIRST

1

SWITZERLAND

Neel JANI

01:24.170

01:23.465

01:23.465

 

2

GREAT BRITAIN

Oliver JARVIS

01:24.100

01:23.650

01:23.650

0.185

3

INDIA

Narain KARTHIKEYAN

01:24.436

01:23.767

01:23.767

0.302

4

FRANCE

Loic DUVAL

01:24.355

01:23.784

01:23.784

0.319

5

GERMANY

Michael AMMERMÜLLER

01:24.093

01:23.890

01:23.890

0.425

6

CHINA

Congfu CHENG

01:24.331

01:23.930

01:23.930

0.465

7

USA

Jonathan SUMMERTON

01:24.459

01:23.992

01:23.992

0.527

8

MALAYSIA

Alex YOONG

01:25.116

01:24.036

01:24.036

0.571

9

SOUTH AFRICA

Adrian ZAUGG

01:24.435

01:24.100

01:24.100

0.635

10

NEW ZEALAND

Jonny REID

01:24.613

01:24.114

01:24.114

0.649

11

CANADA

Robert WICKENS

01:24.933

01:24.149

01:24.149

0.684

12

PORTUGAL

Joao URBANO

01:25.126

01:24.250

01:24.250

0.785

13

IRELAND

Adam CARROLL

01:24.519

01:24.294

01:24.294

0.829

14

BRAZIL

Sergio JIMENEZ

01:24.599

01:24.328

01:24.328

0.863

15

LEBANON

Chris ALAJAJIAN

01:25.343

01:24.328

01:24.328

0.863

16

CZECH REPUBLIC

Tomas ENGE

01:24.554

01:24.350

01:24.350

0.885

17

PAKISTAN

Adam KHAN

01:24.378

01:25.250

01:24.378

0.913

18

NETHERLANDS

Jeroen BLEEKEMOLEN

01:24.897

01:24.460

01:24.460

0.995

19

AUSTRALIA

Ian DYK

01:24.802

01:24.538

01:24.538

1.073

20

INDONESIA

Satrio HERMANTO

01:24.667

01:25.052

01:24.667

1.202

21

ITALY

Edoardo PISCOPO

01:25.221

01:24.810

01:24.810

1.345

22

MEXICO

David GARZA

01:25.265

01:24.886

01:24.886

1.421

A1GP Ireland Sets Pace in Friday Practice at Zhuhai

China - A1 Team Ireland took charge in the second of today's two free practice sessions at Zhuhai International Circuit as all 22 drivers experienced the Chinese circuit for the first time in an A1GP car, kicking off round four of the 2007/08 A1GP World Cup of Motorsport season.

Twenty-five-year-old Irish rookie Adam Carroll, who finished fifth fastest in the morning session when the top 12 nations were separated by less than one second, clocked a best lap of 1m23.279s around the 4.3km circuit this afternoon in warm and sunny weather conditions.

Carroll, who is feeling a lot more comfortable in the emerald green car after extensive work on his seat, was encouraged by his team's start to the weekend and is aiming for a strong qualifying performance tomorrow afternoon:

'Obviously it was only practice but it was a good way to start the weekend. We got a pretty good lap on new rubber but I'm sure everyone's going to catch up tomorrow. I'm hoping we can carry the pace all the way through the weekend and get up the front and stay there. I've had some major issues with my seat and we've had to make seven so far. I find it quite hard to get comfortable in the car but now I can really concentrate on driving the car rather than being in pain so it should make a lot of difference.'

Canada's Robert Wickens, who secured the team's first podium finish of the season last time out in Malaysia, finished the day second fastest, half a second off the Irish car.

Having topped the time sheets in this morning's rookie session, defending champion Germany's Michael Ammermuller set the third fastest time of the day, closely followed by the Netherlands's Jeroen Bleekemolen in fourth position overall.

When asked what the secret is to achieve a quick lap around the Zhuhai circuit, Ammermuller said:

'It's quite difficult to make a lot of time up at the high speed corners, you just need to focus on late braking and getting on the power as early as possible on the exit to make sure you get a perfect lap. There are no big secrets at any of the corners. The track was getting quite dusty and dirty in the afternoon as some of the drivers spun off so the conditions were getting worse and that's why nobody was able to improve on the earlier times.'

Home nation A1 Team China's CongFu Cheng, who last drove at Zhuhai in 2002 in a Chinese Formula Renault race, is not eligible to take part in the rookie session and finished the day a strong fifth fastest.

The 23-year-old from Beijing said:

'We were obviously at a bit of a disadvantage not being able to do any running in the rookie session this morning, but we worked through the programme this afternoon and it worked out ok. There is quite a lot of pressure as it's my home event and I haven't raced here for seven years so I'm pleased to be on the pace today, but I'm sure everybody will catch up by tomorrow.'

A1 Team France driver Loic Duval finished the day in sixth place, despite not taking part in the rookie session this morning and limited track time this afternoon due to spinning off half way through the hour.

Official Practice Session 1 - Rookie drivers and developing nations only

POS

A1 TEAM

DRIVER

TIME S1

LAP S1

TIME S2

LAP S2

TIME

GAP FIRST

1

GERMANY

Michael AMMERMÜLLER

01:24.132

14

01:24.135

9

01:24.132

 

2

CANADA

Robert WICKENS

01:25.045

6

01:24.205

3

01:24.205

+0.073

3

BRAZIL

Sergio JIMENEZ

01:24.216

7

01:24.436

6

01:24.216

+0.084

4

GREAT BRITAIN

Danny WATTS

01:24.217

12

01:24.450

5

01:24.217

+0.085

5

SWITZERLAND

Alexandre IMPERATORI

01:24.400

14

01:24.641

13

01:24.400

+0.268

6

AUSTRALIA

John MARTIN

01:24.471

13

01:24.782

4

01:24.471

+0.339

7

IRELAND

Adam CARROLL

01:24.485

8

01:24.548

4

01:24.485

+0.353

8

CZECH REPUBLIC

Erik JANIS

01:24.521

14

01:24.703

12

01:24.521

+0.389

9

USA

Charlie KIMBALL

01:24.716

15

01:24.878

15

01:24.716

+0.584

10

INDONESIA

Satrio HERMANTO

01:25.375

15

01:24.839

13

01:24.839

+0.707

11

ITALY

Edoardo PISCOPO

01:24.907

13

01:25.016

7

01:24.907

+0.775

12

NEW ZEALAND

Earl BAMBER

01:25.494

13

01:25.068

13

01:25.068

+0.936

13

MEXICO

David GARZA

01:25.608

13

01:25.372

14

01:25.372

+1.240

14

SOUTH AFRICA

Wesleigh ORR

01:25.550

5

01:25.495

15

01:25.495

+1.363

15

NETHERLANDS

Arie LUYENDYK

01:25.960

11

01:25.727

7

01:25.727

+1.595

16

INDIA

Parthiva SURESHWAREN

01:26.692

11

01:26.149

13

01:26.149

+2.017

17

PORTUGAL

Gonçalo ARAUJO

01:27.299

12

01:27.218

10

01:27.218

+3.086

18

LEBANON

Khalil BESCHIR

 

0

 

0

 

 

19

MALAYSIA

Aaron LIM

 

0

 

0

 

 

Official Practice session 2 (14.00 - 15.00)

POS

DRIVER

A1 TEAM

TIME

GAP FIRST

 LAPS

1

Adam CARROLL

IRELAND

01:23.279

-

26

2

Robert WICKENS

CANADA

01:23.771

+0.492

10

3

Michael AMMERMÜLLER

GERMANY

01:23.848

+0.569

16

4

Jeroen BLEEKEMOLEN

NETHERLANDS

01:23.891

+0.612

20

5

Congfu CHENG

CHINA

01:23.940

+0.661

25

6

Loic DUVAL

FRANCE

01:23.949

+0.670

13

7

Narain KARTHIKEYAN

INDIA

01:24.111

+0.832

20

8

Satrio HERMANTO

INDONESIA

01:24.119

+0.840

31

9

Sergio JIMENEZ

BRAZIL

01:24.248

+0.969

17

10

Jonny REID

NEW ZEALAND

01:24.265

+0.986

27

11

Neel JANI

SWITZERLAND

01:24.309

+1.030

16

12

Tomas ENGE

CZECH REPUBLIC

01:24.484

+1.205

25

13

Oliver JARVIS

GREAT BRITAIN

01:24.563

+1.284

19

14

Edoardo PISCOPO

ITALY

01:24.593

+1.314

22

15

Alex YOONG

MALAYSIA

01:24.754

+1.475

19

16

David GARZA

MEXICO

01:24.973

+1.694

23

17

Jonathan SUMMERTON

USA

01:24.976

+1.697

24

18

Ian DYK

AUSTRALIA

01:24.991

+1.712

23

19

Adrian ZAUGG

SOUTH AFRICA

01:25.030

+1.751

24

20

Joao URBANO

PORTUGAL

01:25.360

+2.081

24

21

Khalil BESCHIR

LEBANON

01:25.458

+2.179

25

22

Adam KHAN

PAKISTAN

01:25.947

+2.668

25

2009 STARTS HERE

  2009?  2009?????   I can here you ranting about me being insane from here. But yes, testing for 2009 kicked off at Jerez yesterday when F1 cars ran on slick tyres for the first time since the European Grand Prix at the same circuit in 1997.

 

  Bridgestone have supplied all teams with three sets of slicks to evaluate in preparation for the replacement of the grooved tyres and return to slicks in 2009.

Only three drivers used the prototype slicks on day one of testing and even this early in the development cycle they have proved to be worth at least a second a lap around Jerez.

 

  Nick Heidfeld in the BMW Sauber ended up with the fastest time of the day with a 1’19.042 followed by Button in the Honda in 1’19.155. Both were on the slick tyres. The fastest runner on the current grooved tyres was McLaren’s Pedro de la Rosa who set a best time of 1’19.712. Heidfeld’s performance would suggest an improvement of about a second per lap. BMW Sauber were usually about 0.7 of a second behind the McLarens and Ferraris during last season and he finished the day 0.7 seconds up on de la Rosa’s McLaren. Admittedly de la Rosa in not a Hamilton or Alonso but even so, Pedro still finished up three tenths quicker than newly crowned world champ Raikkonen in the Ferrari, so he wasn’t tooling around. The greater leap forward, giving rise to suggestions that the improvement in lap times may be far greater than Heidfeld’s time suggested, was that by Button in the Honda. Hondas were usually about two full seconds off the front running pace last year so when Button ends up half a second faster than the McLarens & Ferraris eyebrows waste no time in shooting skywards.

 

  Button’s time suggests that the difference may be as large as two to two and a half seconds per lap. Early logic would put the improvement somewhere in the middle of these but it will be interesting to see, over the next two days, what the improvement is when the heavy hitters, Hamilton, Raikkonen and Schumacher give the top cars a run.

 

  In other news of note, Nico Hulkenberg had his first run in a F1 car and immediately outpaced his Williams team-mate, newly signed race driver, Kazuki Nakajima. Both had a relatively restricted programme with Nico completing just 28 laps and Nakajima 33. Hulkenberg ended up 3/100ths faster on the day.

 

  Other debuts included Timo Glock, who had his first run in the Toyota setting 13th best time, and BMW Sauber rookies Marco Asmer who easily outpaced Javier Villa.

Giancarlo Fisichella also outpaced Franck Montagny in what is becoming a high powered shoot out for the second Force-India seat. Ralf Schumacher and Vitantonio Liuzzi will be joining that fray later in the test.

 

  In Red Bull land, Sebastien Bourdais was comfortably half a second faster than his Toro-Rosso team-mate Vettel and even pipped Red Bull man Mark Webber by 7/100ths. The Red Bull/Toro Rosso cars finished 6th, 8th and 11th, firmly towards the top of the mid-field which is where they ended the season. Bourdais was just 3/10ths behind Piquet, 5th quickest in the Renault who was a similar margin behind Raikkonen’s Ferrari.

 

Sam Snape

5/12/2007

 

          

A1GP Canada Awarded Sprint Race Podium, France Promoted to Second in Feature Race

Malaysia - Confirmed Sprint and Feature race results

Sprint race
As a result of Germany being demoted to 16th place due to causing an avoidable collision during this morning's Sprint race, Canadian rookie Robert Wickens has scored the team's first podium finish since Brno last season and notched up a valuable 10 points for his country, moving Canada into 12th place in the championship.

Home nation Malaysia scored its first two points by default this morning after Germany's demotion and A1 Team Netherlands' 25-second penalty for a false start in the Sprint race. The penalty dropped them from eighth to 18th in the final Sprint race classification, stripping the team of the three points it had scored. The penalty also meant that Ireland and Italy received an additional two points each.

Feature race
A1 Teams Brazil and Great Britain have both been hit with a two second penalty for gaining an unfair advantage in the pit lane during the first mandatory stop in this afternoon's Feature race, promoting France to second place, USA to tenth and Mexico to 11th.

Germany was penalised with the equivalent time of a drive through penalty for causing an avoidable collision with Great Britain on lap 19 and following a further avoidable collision with the Czech Republic on lap 28, Germany was excluded from the final Feature race results.

Switzerland now leads the championship on 61 points, eight ahead of second-placed France on 53, followed by New Zealand in third on 46.

Sprint race results

Pos

Driver

A1 Team

Laps

Time

Gap First

1

Neel JANI

SWITZERLAND

10

18:20.910

-

2

Loic DUVAL

FRANCE

10

18:24.702

+3.792

3

Robert WICKENS

CANADA

10

18:34.037

+13.127

4

Sergio JIMENEZ

BRAZIL

10

18:34.647

+13.737

5

Jonny REID

NEW ZEALAND

10

18:35.386

+14.476

6

Oliver JARVIS

GREAT BRITAIN

10

18:35.847

+14.937

7

Adam CARROLL

IRELAND

10

18:40.589

+19.679

8

Enrico TOCCACELO

ITALY

10

18:44.131

+23.221

9

Alex YOONG

MALAYSIA

10

18:44.497

+23.587

10

Adrian ZAUGG

SOUTH AFRICA

10

18:46.015

+25.105

11

Narain KARTHIKEYAN

INDIA

10

18:46.114

+25.204

12

Jonathan SUMMERTON

USA

10

18:47.437

+26.527

13

Joao URBANO

PORTUGAL

10

18:48.682

+27.772

14

Chris ALAJAJIAN

LEBANON

10

18:55.031

+34.121

15

Erik JANIS

CZECH REPUBLIC

10

18:57.238

+36.328

16

Michael AMMERMÜLLER

GERMANY

10

18:57.845

+36.935

17

Adam KHAN

PAKISTAN

10

18:58.456

+37.546

18

Satrio HERMANTO

INDONESIA

10

19:05.30

+44.820

19

Michel JOURDAIN

MEXICO

10

19:08.326

+47.416

20

Jeroen BLEEKEMOLEN

NETHERLANDS

10

19:18.237

+57.327

21

Congfu CHENG

CHINA

1

02:08.009

9 Laps

22

Ian DYK

AUSTRALIA

0

 

10 Laps

Feature race results

Pos

Driver

A1 Team

Laps

Time

Gap First

1

Neel JANI

SWITZERLAND

35

1:08:13.459

-

2

Loic DUVAL

FRANCE

35

1:08:22.387

8.928

3

Sergio JIMENEZ

BRAZIL

35

1:08:23.873

8.414

4

Jeroen BLEEKEMOLEN

NETHERLANDS

35

1:08:24.681

11.222

5

Congfu CHENG

CHINA

35

1:08:30.813

17.354

6

Narain KARTHIKEYAN

INDIA

35

1:08:31.053

17.594

7

Adam CARROLL

IRELAND

35

1:08:32.831

19.372

8

Jonny REID

NEW ZEALAND

35

1:08:33.856

20.397

9

Ian DYK

AUSTRALIA

35

1:08:57.753

44.294

10

Jonathan SUMMERTON

USA

35

1:08:58.008

44.549

11

Michel JOURDAIN

MEXICO

35

1:08:58.174

44.715

12

Oliver JARVIS

GREAT BRITAIN

35

1:08:59.818

44.359

13

Alex YOONG

MALAYSIA

35

1:09:02.254

48.795

14

Adam KHAN

PAKISTAN

35

1:09:10.336

56.877

15

Erik JANIS

CZECH REPUBLIC

35

1:09:11.778

58.319

16

Satrio HERMANTO

INDONESIA

35

1:09:34.365

+1:20.906

17

Chris ALAJAJIAN

LEBANON

26

0:53:00.577

9 Laps

18

Enrico TOCCACELO

ITALY

17

0:34:54.917

18 Laps

19

Adrian ZAUGG

SOUTH AFRICA

7

0:13:18.875

28 Laps

20

Robert WICKENS

CANADA

7

0:13:29.020

28 Laps

21

Joao URBANO

PORTUGAL

0

 

35 Laps

22

Michael AMMERMÜLLER

GERMANY

Disqualified

2007/08 A1GP World Cup of Motorsport points standings

Pos

A1 Team

Points

1

SWITZERLAND

61

2

FRANCE

53

3

NEW ZEALAND

46

4

NETHERLANDS

39

5

SOUTH AFRICA

37

6

GREAT BRITAIN

36

7

IRELAND

31

8

BRAZIL

22

9

MEXICO

17

10

CHINA

16

11

GERMANY

14

12

CANADA

10

13

INDIA

8

14

ITALY

4

15

PORTUGAL

2

16

AUSTRALIA

2

17

MALAYSIA

2

18

USA

1

19

CZECH REPUBLIC

1

Fastest lap: A1 Team Switzerland set the fastest lap in both the Sprint and Feature races gaining two bonus points for its efforts. On lap 10 of the Sprint race, Neel Jani clocked a time of 1.49.221 going on to set a time of 1.49.260 on lap 25 of the Feature race.

Next race: A1GP Zhuhai, China, 14-16 December 2007