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jayc27
15 Mar 10 11:03
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How many classified drivers yesterday please

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By:
Virgin
When: 15 Mar 10 11:38
16
By:
jayc27
When: 15 Mar 10 16:31
now thats what i thought. My under 16.5 classified has been deemed a loser.
By:
smooth flyer
When: 15 Mar 10 22:38
17 classified according to official result. Apparently a car is classified if it has finished 90% of laps.
By:
stomp
When: 27 Mar 10 16:28
If a car crashes and suffers severe damage after 90% are they still classified (e.g. if the car can't be reliably weighed)
By:
stomp
When: 30 Mar 10 23:00
anyone please?
By:
npiquet
When: 31 Mar 10 19:38
They were classified in that Brazil race where Alonso crashed and they stopped the race. (Fisichella got the race the next day) - can't see that rule changing since then
By:
budvar
When: 31 Mar 10 20:51
45) CLASSIFICATION
45.1 The car placed first will be the one having covered the scheduled distance in the shortest time, or, where appropriate, passed the Line in the lead at the end of two hours (or more if the race is suspended, see Article 5.3). All cars will be classified taking into account the number of complete laps they have covered, and for those which have completed the same number of laps, the order in which they crossed the Line.
45.2 Cars having covered less than 90% of the number of laps covered by the winner (rounded down to the nearest whole number of laps), will not be classified.
45.3 The official classification will be published after the race. It will be the only valid result subject to any amendments which may be made under the Code and these Sporting Regulations.
By:
stomp
When: 01 Apr 10 00:28
Brilliant - thanks
By:
fkqmz
When: 01 Apr 10 07:31
chandhok finished 5 laps behind button at the end on sunday. if he'd been lapped a sixth time but still finished would he have been counted as 'unclassified' in a 58 lap race?
By:
budvar
When: 01 Apr 10 14:43
45.2 Cars having covered less than 90% of the number of laps covered by the winner (rounded down to the nearest whole number of laps), will not be classified.
A race of 58 laps means that 52 laps completed would be classifed. 51 would not be classified. For Malaysia you need to complete 50 laps to be classified.
By:
fkqmz
When: 01 Apr 10 15:20
ok so its one further back, he would have had to have been 7 laps down to not classify. rate he was going at the end that might have only taken a few more laps.
By:
stomp
When: 02 Apr 10 15:11
budvar 01 Apr 14:43
45.2 Cars having covered less than 90% of the number of laps covered by the winner (rounded down to the nearest whole number of laps), will not be classified.
A race of 58 laps means that 52 laps completed would be classifed. 51 would not be classified. For Malaysia you need to complete 50 laps to be classified.

52/58=89.65%, so surely that's still not classified
By:
stomp
When: 02 Apr 10 15:21
likewise for Malaysia 50/56 = 89.29% = not classified??
By:
Virgin
When: 02 Apr 10 15:36
classified market is risky as it goes on 90 % of completed laps .... who knows how many they will complete ?:| especially if they have another monsoon .... you got to have a fast finger and fast 90 % brain on each driver - no ta ;)
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