How the Grid was Formed - Spain

The table below describes the changes from qualifying one to qualifying two, and the final results

How the Grid was Formed - Spain

S = Starting order of the session
P = Position at the end of the session
DP = Difference of position from the first session to the second
DT = Difference of time from the first session to the second

        First Qualifying Second Qualifying Aggregate
        S Time Gap P S Time Gap P Time Gap P DP DT
M Raikkonen 4 1:14.819 0.024 3 16 1:16.602   1 2:31.421   1 +2 1.783
M Webber 13 1:15.042 0.247 6 13 1:16.626 0.024 2 2:31.668 0.247 2 +4 1.584
M Alonso 18 1:14.811 0.016 2 17 1:16.880 0.278 3 2:31.691 0.270 3 -1 2.069
M R.Schumacher 11 1:14.870 0.075 4 15 1:17.047 0.445 4 2:31.917 0.496 4 = 2.177
M Trulli 15 1:14.795   1 18 1:17.200 0.598 5 2:31.995 0.574 5 -4 2.405
M Fisichella 2 1:15.601 0.806 8 11 1:17.229 0.627 6 2:32.830 1.409 6 +2 1.628
M Montoya 1 1:15.902 1.107 12 7 1:17.570 0.968 7 2:33.472 2.051 7 +5 1.668
B M.Schumacher 17 1:15.398 0.603 7 12 1:18.153 1.551 8 2:33.551 2.130 8 -1 2.755
M Coulthard 9 1:15.795 1.000 10 8 1:18.373 1.771 10 2:34.168 2.747 9 +1 2.578
M Massa 10 1:15.865 1.070 11 9 1:18.359 1.757 9 2:34.224 2.803 10 +2 2.494
M Liuzzi 12 1:16.288 1.493 13 6 1:19.014 2.412 11 2:35.302 3.881 11 +2 2.726
M Villeneuve 16 1:16.794 1.999 14 5 1:19.686 3.084 12 2:36.480 5.059 12 +2 2.892
B Karthikeyan 8 1:18.557 3.762 15 4 1:20.711 4.109 13 2:39.268 7.847 13 +2 2.154
B Monteiro 7 1:19.040 4.245 16 3 1:20.903 4.301 14 2:39.943 8.522 14 +2 1.863
B Albers 6 1:19.563 4.768 17 2 1:21.578 4.976 15 2:41.141 9.720 15 +2 2.015
B Freisacher 3 1:20.306 5.511 18 1 1:22.453 5.851 16 2:42.759 11.338 16 +2 2.147
M Heidfeld 14 1:15.038 0.243 5 14 -   17 - - 17 -12 -
B Barrichello 5 1:15.746 0.951 9 10 - - 18 - - 18 -9 -


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