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2007-08 A1 Grand Prix of Nations, Czech Republic

The 2007–08 A1 Grand Prix of Nations, Czech Republic was an A1 Grand Prix race, held on October 14, 2007 at the Masaryk Circuit in Brno, Czech Republic. This was the second meeting in the 2007-08 A1 Grand Prix season.

The sprint race was won by New Zealand as was the Feature race.

Pre-race

Swiss driver Natacha Gachnang was the first ever woman to enter in A1GP weekend, on Friday, during rookies sessions.[1]

Qualifications

Sprint race qualifications
Pos Team Time Gap
1 South Africa South Africa 1'44.859 -
2 New Zealand New Zealand 1'45.077 +0.218
3 United Kingdom Great Britain 1'45.163 +0.304
4 Republic of Ireland Ireland 1'45.304 +0.445
5 Netherlands Netherlands 1'45.359 +0.500
6 Switzerland Switzerland 1'45.367 +0.508
7 Germany Germany 1'45.409 +0.550
8 Portugal Portugal 1'45.822 +0.963
9 Brazil Brazil 1'45.993 +1.134
10 France France 1'46.007 +1.148
11 China China 1'46.387 +1.528
12 India India 1'46.423 +1.564
13 Pakistan Pakistan 1'46.752 +1.893
14 United States USA 1'46.780 +1.921
15 Mexico Mexico 1'46.901 +2.042
16 Italy Italy 1'47.098 +2.239
17 Indonesia Indonesia 1'47.231 +2.372
18 Malaysia Malaysia 1'47.463 +2.604
19 Australia Australia 1'47.521 +2.662
20 Canada Canada 1'47.538 +2.679
21 Czech Republic Czech Republic 1'47.918 +3.059
22 Lebanon Lebanon 1'48.249 +3.390
Main race qualifications
Pos Team Time Gap
1 Netherlands Netherlands 1'44.649 -
2 South Africa South Africa 1'44.872 +0.223
3 United Kingdom Great Britain 1'44.927 +0.278
4 Switzerland Switzerland 1'45.099 +0.450
5 China China 1'45.294 +0.645
6 Brazil Brazil 1'45.328 +0.679
7 New Zealand New Zealand 1'45.471 +0.822
8 France France 1'45.701 +1.052
9 Germany Germany 1'45.765 +1.116
10 Canada Canada 1'45.889 +1.240
11 India India 1'45.918 +1.269
12 Italy Italy 1'46.023 +1.374
13 Mexico Mexico 1'46.204 +1.555
14 Australia Australia 1'46.209 +1.560
15 Indonesia Indonesia 1'46.531 +1.882
16 Portugal Portugal 1'46.783 +2.134
17 Czech Republic Czech Republic 1'46.926 +2.277
18 Republic of Ireland Ireland 1'47.028 +2.379
19 Pakistan Pakistan 1'47.038 +2.389
20 United States USA 1'47.390 +2.741
21 Lebanon Lebanon 1'48.012 +3.363
22 Malaysia Malaysia 1'59.718 +15.069

Sprint race

The Sprint Race took place on Sunday, October 14, 2007

Pos Team Driver Laps Time Grid Points
1 New Zealand New Zealand Jonny Reid 10 18'11.609 2 15+1
2 United Kingdom Great Britain Robbie Kerr 10 +5.952 3 12
3 Republic of Ireland Ireland Adam Carroll 10 +8.824 4 10
4 South Africa South Africa Adrian Zaugg 10 +10.269 1 8
5 Netherlands Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen 10 +11.561 5 6
6 France France Nicolas Lapierre 10 +11.803 10 5
7 Germany Germany Christian Vietoris 10 +13.200 7 4
8 Switzerland Switzerland Neel Jani 10 +13.447 6 3
9 Portugal Portugal João Urbano 10 +18.570 8 2
10 China China Congfu Cheng 10 +18.801 11 1
11 Brazil Brazil Sérgio Jimenez 10 +22.172 9
12 Canada Canada James Hinchcliffe 10 +23.996 20
13 Mexico Mexico Michel Jourdain Jr. 10 +24.927 15
14 Italy Italy Enrico Toccacelo 10 +25.922 16
15 Pakistan Pakistan Adam Langley-Khan 10 +28.763 13
16 United States USA Buddy Rice 10 +31.076 14
17 Malaysia Malaysia Alex Yoong 10 +33.661 18
18 Czech Republic Czech Republic Erik Janis 10 +34.715 21
19 Indonesia Indonesia Satrio Hermanto 10 +48.189 17
20 Lebanon Lebanon Khalil Beschir 10 +49.830 22
21 India India Narain Karthikeyan 10 +1'37.816 12
Ret Australia Australia Ian Dyk 3 +7 Laps 19

Main Race

The Main Race took place also on Sunday, October 14, 2007.

Pos Team Driver Laps Time Grid Points
1 New Zealand New Zealand Jonny Reid 38 1:10'34.700 7 15
2 Netherlands Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen 38 +7.146 1 12
3 Switzerland Switzerland Neel Jani 38 +12.277 4 10
4 China China Cong Fu Cheng 38 +12.723 5 8+1
5 France France Nicolas Lapierre 38 +19.439 8 6
6 Republic of Ireland Ireland Adam Carroll 38 +24.348 18 5
7 Brazil Brazil Sérgio Jimenez 38 +29.625 6 4
8 Germany Germany Christian Vietoris 38 +37.949 9 3
9 India India Narain Karthikeyan 38 +38.385 11 2
10 Italy Italy Enrico Toccacelo 38 +49.406 12
11 Canada Canada James Hinchcliffe 38 +51.531 10
12 Czech Republic Czech Republic Erik Janis 38 +57.799 17
13 Australia Australia Ian Dyk 38 +1'02.548 14
14 Malaysia Malaysia Alex Yoong 38 +1'03.238 22
15 United States USA Buddy Rice 38 +1'22.790 20
16 South Africa South Africa Adrian Zaugg 38 +1'23.100 2
17 United Kingdom Great Britain Robbie Kerr 38 +1'23.733 3
18 Portugal Portugal João Urbano 38 +1'24.918 16
19 Indonesia Indonesia Satrio Hermanto 38 +1'25.337 15
20 Pakistan Pakistan Adam Langley-Khan 38 +1'31.515 19
21 Lebanon Lebanon Khalil Beschir 37 +1 Lap 21
22 Mexico Mexico Michel Jourdain Jr. 37 +1 Lap 13

Notes

References

External links

  • Sprint Race results
  • Main Race results


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A1 Grand Prix
2007-08 season
Next race
2007-08 A1GP, Malaysia

Coordinates: 49°12′18″N 16°27′8.7″E / 49.20500°N 16.452417°E / 49.20500; 16.452417

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