Formula 1 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix results

data

2009-04-05
2
Sepang International Circuit
31
Jenson Button BUT
Jenson Button BUT
Jenson Button
lap 18 - 1:36.641
BUT

The 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix was won by Jenson Button of Brawn.

The race in Malaysia was round 2 of 17 of the 2009 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 5 April 2009 09:00 GMT (raceday).

Humid and Mostly Cloudy
rain
83.49°F
81%
2.26 mph
297°
 

results

# driver F1 constructor laps time points
1 31 1:10:52.092 5
2 31 +22.722 4
3 31 +23.513 3
4 31 +46.173 2.5
5 31 +47.360 2
6 31 +52.333 1.5
7 31 +1:00.733 1
8 31 +1:11.576 0.5
9 31 +1:16.932 0
10 31 +1:42.164 0
11 31 +1 Lap 0
12 31 +1 Lap 0
13 31 +1 Lap 0
14 31 +1 Lap 0
15 30 Spun off 0
16 30 Spun off 0
17 30 +1 Lap 0
18 29 Spun off 0
1 Engine 0
0 Spun off 0

grid

# driver F1 constructor time
1 Jenson Button Brawn 1:35.181
2 Jarno Trulli Toyota +0.092
3 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull +0.337
4 Rubens Barrichello Brawn +0.470
5 Timo Glock Toyota +0.509
6 Nico Rosberg Williams +0.569
7 Mark Webber Red Bull +0.616
8 Robert Kubica BMW Sauber +0.925
9 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari +0.989
10 Fernando Alonso Renault +2.478
11 Nick Heidfeld BMW Sauber +-1:-1.-412
12 Kazuki Nakajima Williams +-1:-1.-393
13 Lewis Hamilton McLaren +-1:-1.-276
14 Heikki Kovalainen McLaren +-1:-1.-257
15 Sébastien Bourdais Toro Rosso +0.250
16 Felipe Massa Ferrari +0.461
17 Nelson Piquet Jr. Renault +0.527
18 Giancarlo Fisichella Force India +0.727
19 Adrian Sutil Force India +0.770
20 Sébastien Buemi Toro Rosso +0.926

driver positions through the laps

2009 Malaysian Grand Prix

The 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix (formally the 2009 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix) was a Formula One motor race held on 5 April 2009 at the Sepang International Circuit in Sepang, Malaysia. It was the second race of the 2009 FIA Formula One World Championship. The race was due to be contested over 56 laps, but was stopped after 31 laps due to torrential rain. Jenson Button, driving for the Brawn GP team, was declared the winner, having started from pole position. Nick Heidfeld was classified second for BMW Sauber with Timo Glock third for Toyota.

As the race did not reach the required 75% distance (42 laps) for full points to be awarded, half-points were given instead, for only the fifth time in Formula One history and the first since the 1991 Australian Grand Prix and the last for 12 years until the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix. The race distance of 171.833 km (106.772 mi) was the fifth-shortest ever covered in a World Championship Grand Prix. Brawn GP became only the second constructor to win their first two World Championship Grands Prix since Alfa Romeo won the first two ever, in 1950.


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