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2011 Masters of Formula 3
Race details
Zandvoort.svg
Date 14 August 2011
Official name Masters of Formula 3
Location Circuit Park Zandvoort, Netherlands
Course 4.307 km (2.676 mi)
Distance 25 laps, 107.675 km (66.906 mi)
Pole
Driver Spain Roberto Merhi Prema Powerteam
Time 1:30.750
Fastest Lap
Driver Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Mücke Motorsport
Time 1:31.534 (on lap 6 of 25)
Podium
First Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Mücke Motorsport
Second Germany Marco Wittmann Signature
Third Denmark Kevin Magnussen Carlin

The 2011 Masters of Formula 3 was the twenty-first Masters of Formula 3 race, and was held at Circuit Park Zandvoort in the Netherlands on 14 August 2011.

The race was won by Felix Rosenqvist, for Mücke Motorsport, who took advantage of a start-line collision between Spanish Prema Powerteam teammates Daniel Juncadella and Roberto Merhi. Marco Wittmann finished second, whilst Kevin Magnussen became the first regular from the British series to appear on the podium since Adam Carroll in 2004 by finishing third.

Despite his disqualification for causing the accident with Daniel Juncadella, Roberto Merhi sealed the inaugural FIA Formula 3 International Trophy at this race on the virtue of his closest rival, Marco Wittmann, failing to win the race.

Drivers and teams

Notes
  1. ^ All drivers competed in Dallara chassis; model listed.

Classification

Qualifying

Pos No Driver Team Q1[2] Q2[3]
1 11 Spain Roberto Merhi Prema Powerteam 1:30.750 1:48.138
2 12 Spain Daniel Juncadella Prema Powerteam 1:30.758 1:49.141
3 16 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Mücke Motorsport 1:31.055 1:49.291
4 1 Germany Marco Wittmann Signature 1:31.226 1:47.803
5 8 Denmark Kevin Magnussen Carlin 1:31.295 1:48.648
6 15 Netherlands Nigel Melker Mücke Motorsport 1:31.411 1:49.909
7 2 Belgium Laurens Vanthoor Signature 1:31.530 1:49.972
8 9 United Kingdom Rupert Svendsen-Cook Carlin 1:31.599 1:51.636
9 3 Germany Daniel Abt Signature 1:31.914 1:48.723
10 17 Brazil Lucas Foresti Mücke Motorsport 1:31.933 1:48.995
11 14 Brazil Pipo Derani Prema Powerteam 1:32.096 1:51.583
12 7 Malaysia Jazeman Jaafar Carlin 1:32.123 1:52.220
13 4 Colombia Carlos Muñoz Signature 1:32.315 1:49.493
14 18 Sweden Jimmy Eriksson Motopark Academy 1:32.526 1:51.590
15 6 Colombia Carlos Huertas Carlin 1:32.529 1:53.408
16 19 Japan Kimiya Sato Motopark Academy 1:32.694 1:51.742

Race

Pos No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 16 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Mücke Motorsport 25 0:42:19.994 3
2 1 Germany Marco Wittmann Signature 25 +5.182 4
3 10 Denmark Kevin Magnussen Carlin 25 +23.934 5
4 15 Netherlands Nigel Melker Mücke Motorsport 25 +24.507 6
5 9 United Kingdom Rupert Svendsen-Cook Carlin 25 +26.170 8
6 3 Germany Daniel Abt Signature 25 +27.232 9
7 2 Belgium Laurens Vanthoor Signature 25 +27.826 7
8 17 Brazil Lucas Foresti Mücke Motorsport 25 +28.944 10
9 18 Sweden Jimmy Eriksson Motopark Academy 25 +30.337 14
10 7 Malaysia Jazeman Jaafar Carlin 25 +40.802 12
11 6 Colombia Carlos Huertas Carlin 25 +41.923 15
12 19 Japan Kimiya Sato Motopark Academy 25 +48.439 16
DSQ 11 Spain Roberto Merhi Prema Powerteam 25 Disqualified 1
Ret 12 Spain Daniel Juncadella Prema Powerteam 0 Retired 2
Ret 14 Brazil Pipo Derani Prema Powerteam 0 Retired 11
Ret 4 Colombia Carlos Muñoz Signature 0 Retired 13
Fastest lap: Felix Rosenqvist, 1:31.534, 169.392 km/h (105.255 mph) on lap 6[4]

References

  1. ^ "RTL GP MASTERS OF FORMULA 3 6.LAUF FIA FORMULA 3 INTERNATIONAL TROPHY" (PDF) (in German). www.formel 3 guide.com. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ "ERGEBNIS ZEITTRAINING 1" (PDF) (in German). www.formel 3 guide.com. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  3. ^ "ERGEBNIS ZEITTRAINING 2" (PDF) (in German). www.formel 3 guide.com. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ "ERGEBNIS ZEITTRAINING 2" (PDF) (in German). www.formel 3 guide.com. 26 March 2013. Retrieved 2013.

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