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2006-07 A1 Grand Prix of Nations, Australia

The 2006–07 A1 Grand Prix of Nations, Australia is an A1 Grand Prix race, to be held on 4 February 2007 at Eastern Creek Raceway in Sydney, Australia. This was the seventh race in the 2006-07 A1 Grand Prix season and the second meeting held at the circuit. Nico Hulkenberg, who won both the Sprint and Main races, set the still standing (as of March 2013) outright lap record for the original 3.93 km (2.44 mi) long circuit with a time of 1:19.1420 in his A1 Team Germany Lola A1GP Zytek.


Report

Practice

Qualifying

Sprint race

Main race

Results

Qualification

Sprint Race Results

The Sprint Race took place on Sunday, 4 February 2007

Pos Team Driver Laps Time Points
1 Germany Germany Nico Hülkenberg 14 20'13.223 6
2 New Zealand New Zealand Jonny Reid 14 + 2.154 5
3 France France Loïc Duval 14 + 7.831 4
4 Switzerland Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 14 + 10.885 3
5 Netherlands Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen 14 + 12.137 2
6 China China Ho-Pin Tung 14 + 13.092 1
7 Malaysia Malaysia Alex Yoong 14 + 13.548
8 United States USA Philip Giebler 14 + 14.254
9 Czech Republic Czech Republic Tomáš Enge 14 + 14.929
10 Republic of Ireland Ireland Richard Lyons 14 + 15.874
11 Mexico Mexico Salvador Duran 14 + 16.336
12 Singapore SIngapore Christian Murchison 14 + 16.764
13 Canada Canada James Hinchcliffe 14 + 17.611
14 Australia Australia Karl Reindler 14 + 17.696
15 Italy Italy Enrico Toccacelo 14 + 19.424
16 South Africa South Africa Alan van der Merwe 14 + 19.814
17 Indonesia Indonesia Ananda Mikola 14 + 20.551
18 India India Parthiva Sureshwaren 14 + 29.228
19 United Kingdom Great Britain Robbie Kerr 13 + 1 lap
20 Pakistan Pakistan Nur B. Ali 12 + 2 laps
21 Brazil Brazil Tuka Rocha 11 + 3 laps
22 Lebanon Lebanon Alexander Khateeb 5 + 9 laps

Feature Race Results

The Feature Race took place on Sunday, 4 February 2007

Pos Team Driver Laps Time Points
1 Germany Germany Nico Hülkenberg 46 1:08'35.139 10
2 New Zealand New Zealand Jonny Reid 46 + 7.613 9
3 China China Ho-Pin Tung 46 + 26.076 8
4 Netherlands Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen 46 + 33.702 7
5 Czech Republic Czech Republic Tomáš Enge 46 + 38.277 6
6 Malaysia Malaysia Alex Yoong 46 + 42.051 5
7 Switzerland Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 46 + 43.651 4
8 United States USA Philip Giebler 46 + 44.192 3
9 France France Loïc Duval 46 + 46.237 2
10 United Kingdom Great Britain Robbie Kerr 46 + 50.101 1
11 Brazil Brazil Tuka Rocha 46 + 50.939
12 Italy Italy Enrico Toccacelo 46 + 54.269
13 Indonesia Indonesia Ananda Mikola 46 + 55.695
14 Australia Australia Karl Reindler 46 + 1:05.193
15 Mexico Mexico Salvador Duran 45 + 1 lap
16 India India Parthiva Sureshwaren 45 + 1 lap
17 Lebanon Lebanon Alexander Khateeb 41 + 5 laps
18 Republic of Ireland Ireland Richard Lyons 22 + 24 laps
19 Pakistan Pakistan Nur B. Ali 6 + 40 laps
20 South Africa South Africa Alan van der Merwe 4 + 42 laps
21 Canada Canada James Hinchcliffe 0 + 46 laps
22 Singapore Singapore Christian Murchison 0 + 46 laps

Total Points

Total points awarded:

Team Points SR MR FL
Germany Germany 17 6 10 1
New Zealand New Zealand 14 5 9
China China 9 1 8
Netherlands Netherlands 9 2 7
Switzerland Switzerland 7 3 4
France France 6 4 2
Czech Republic Czech Republic 6 6
Malaysia Malaysia 5 5
United States United States 3 3
United Kingdom Great Britain 1 1
  • Fastest Lap: Germany

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