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1986 Spanish Grand Prix

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1986 Spanish Grand Prix
Race 2 of 16 in the 1986 Formula One World Championship
Circuito de Jerez (1985-1992).svg
Race details
Date 13 April 1986
Official name Gran Premio Tio Pepe de España
Location Jerez, Jerez de la Frontera, Spain
Course Permanent racing facility
Course length 4.218 km (2.62 miles)
Distance 72 laps, 303.696 km (188.74 miles)
Weather Warm, dry and sunny
Pole position
Driver Lotus-Renault
Time 1:21.605
Fastest lap
Driver United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Williams-Honda
Time 1:27.176 on lap 65
Podium
First Lotus-Renault
Second Williams-Honda
Third McLaren-TAG
Lap leaders

The 1986 Spanish Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Jerez on 13 April 1986. This was the first Formula One Spanish Grand Prix since the 1981 race was held at Jarama.

This race featured a 3 car battle for the lead over the last half of the race. Ayrton Senna (Lotus-Renault), Nigel Mansell (Williams-Honda) and reigning World Champion Alain Prost (McLaren-TAG) all had opportunities to take the win, with close nose to tail racing around the circuit. Once Mansell pitted for fresh tyres he charged back into the fight making up over 19 seconds in the final 10 laps on his fresh rubber. It was not quite sufficient to take the win, but it was very close with Senna and Mansell taking the chequered flag almost side by side, Senna only 0.014 s in front of Mansell in one of the closest finishes in Formula One history. This was the third-closest finish in Formula One history, after Mansell's spectacular charge allowed him to pull alongside Senna on the final straight.[1]

In an interview after the race, Mansell said he had no problems with Senna's defensive driving (blocking) at the end of the race when the Williams was clearly the quicker car, saying that Senna was entitled to protect his lead. He then jokingly added that the finish was so close they should give them both 7½ points each (which is the average between the winner's 9 points and second place's 6).[2]

Classification

Qualifying

Pos No Driver Constructor Q1 Q2 Gap
1 12 Brazil Ayrton Senna Lotus-Renault 1:21.605 1:21.924
2 6 Brazil Nelson Piquet Williams-Honda 1:23.097 1:22.431 +0.826
3 5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Williams-Honda 1:23.024 1:22.576 +0.971
4 1 France Alain Prost McLaren-TAG 1:23.702 1:22.886 +1.281
5 2 Finland Keke Rosberg McLaren-TAG 1:23.948 1:23.004 +1.399
6 25 France René Arnoux Ligier-Renault 1:24.566 1:24.274 +2.669
7 20 Austria Gerhard Berger Benetton-BMW 1:24.501 1:25.235 +2.896
8 26 France Jacques Laffite Ligier-Renault 1:24.817 1:25.863 +3.212
9 19 Italy Teo Fabi Benetton-BMW 1:25.052 1:26.196 +3.447
10 11 United Kingdom Johnny Dumfries Lotus-Renault 1:29.093 1:25.107 +3.502
11 28 Sweden Stefan Johansson Ferrari 1:25.466 1:25.655 +3.861
12 3 United Kingdom Martin Brundle Tyrrell-Renault 1:25.831 1:41.631 +4.226
13 27 Italy Michele Alboreto Ferrari 1:26.554 1:26.094 +4.489
14 7 Italy Riccardo Patrese Brabham-BMW 1:26.231 1:29.911 +4.626
15 8 Italy Elio de Angelis Brabham-BMW 1:27.300 1:26.550 +4.945
16 14 United Kingdom Jonathan Palmer Zakspeed 1:27.600 1:26.918 +5.313
17 15 Australia Alan Jones Lola-Hart 1:28.645 1:26.946 +5.341
18 16 France Patrick Tambay Lola-Hart 1:27.045 1:26.992 +5.387
19 18 Belgium Thierry Boutsen Arrows-BMW 1:28.812 1:27.169 +5.564
20 4 France Philippe Streiff Tyrrell-Renault 1:27.637 1:28.086 +6.032
21 21 Italy Piercarlo Ghinzani Osella-Alfa Romeo 1:28.894 1:28.423 +6.818
22 17 Switzerland Marc Surer Arrows-BMW 1:28.803 1:28.443 +6.838
23 22 West Germany Christian Danner Osella-Alfa Romeo 1:29.046 +7.441
24 23 Italy Andrea de Cesaris Minardi-Motori Moderni 1:29.195 17:53.811 +7.590
25 24 Italy Alessandro Nannini Minardi-Motori Moderni 1:30.062 +8.997

Race

Pos No Driver Constructor Tyre Laps Time/Retired Grid Pts
1 12 Brazil Ayrton Senna Lotus-Renault G 72 1:48:47.735 1 9
2 5 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Williams-Honda G 72 + 0.014 3 6
3 1 France Alain Prost McLaren-TAG G 72 + 21.552 4 4
4 2 Finland Keke Rosberg McLaren-TAG G 71 + 1 Lap 5 3
5 19 Italy Teo Fabi Benetton-BMW P 71 + 1 Lap 9 2
6 20 Austria Gerhard Berger Benetton-BMW P 71 + 1 Lap 7 1
7 18 Belgium Thierry Boutsen Arrows-BMW G 68 + 4 Laps 19  
8 16 France Patrick Tambay Lola-Hart G 66 + 6 Laps 18  
Ret 11 United Kingdom Johnny Dumfries Lotus-Renault G 52 Gearbox 10  
Ret 3 United Kingdom Martin Brundle Tyrrell-Renault G 41 Engine 12  
Ret 26 France Jacques Laffite Ligier-Renault P 40 Halfshaft 8  
Ret 17 Switzerland Marc Surer Arrows-BMW G 39 Fuel System 22  
Ret 6 Brazil Nelson Piquet Williams-Honda G 39 Engine 2  
Ret 8 Italy Elio de Angelis Brabham-BMW P 29 Gearbox 15  
Ret 25 France René Arnoux Ligier-Renault P 29 Half Shaft 6  
Ret 27 Italy Michele Alboreto Ferrari G 22 Wheel Bearing 13  
Ret 4 France Philippe Streiff Tyrrell-Renault G 22 Engine 20  
Ret 22 West Germany Christian Danner Osella-Alfa Romeo P 14 Engine 23  
Ret 28 Sweden Stefan Johansson Ferrari G 11 Brakes 11  
Ret 21 Italy Piercarlo Ghinzani Osella-Alfa Romeo P 10 Engine 21  
Ret 7 Italy Riccardo Patrese Brabham-BMW P 8 Gearbox 14  
Ret 23 Italy Andrea de Cesaris Minardi-Motori Moderni P 1 Differential 24  
Ret 14 United Kingdom Jonathan Palmer Zakspeed G 0 Collision 16  
Ret 15 Australia Alan Jones Lola-Hart G 0 Collision 17  
Ret 24 Italy Alessandro Nannini Minardi-Motori Moderni P 0 Differential 25  
Source:[3][4]

Championship standings after the race

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.

References

  1. ^ 1986 Spanish Grand Prix @ StatsF1
  2. ^ FIA F1 Review 1986 - Rd.2 Spain
  3. ^ "1986 Spanish Grand Prix". formula1.com. Archived from the original on 13 November 2014. Retrieved 23 December 2015.
  4. ^ "1986 Spanish Grand Prix - Race Results & History - GP Archive". GPArchive.com. Retrieved 26 November 2021.
  5. ^ a b "Spain 1986 - Championship • STATS F1". www.statsf1.com. Retrieved 20 March 2019.


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1986 Brazilian Grand Prix
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1986 San Marino Grand Prix
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1981 Spanish Grand Prix
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1987 Spanish Grand Prix
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