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1982 Grand Prix of Austria qualifying results


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Formula One race number 13 of 16
Sunday, August 15, 1982 at Osterreichring, Knittelfeld, Austria
53 laps on a 5.942 kilometer road course (314.9 kilometers)

Time of race: 1:25:02.21
Average Speed: 222.219 kph
Pole Time: 87.612 seconds
Cautions: n/a
Margin of Victory: 0.050 sec
Attendance: n/a
Lead changes: 3

Glossary    1982 Formula One results   /   1982 standings



Qualifying results for this race:
RankDriverNbrTime (seconds)Speed (km/hr)
3   Alain Prost1588.864   240.718  
11   Andrea de Cesaris2292.308   231.737  
19   Brian Henton494.184   227.121  
13   Bruno Giacomelli2392.950   230.137  
20   Chico Serra2094.187   227.114  
9   Derek Daly592.062   232.356  
15   Derek Warwick3593.208   229.500  
22   Eddie Cheever, Jr.2594.620   226.075  
7   Elio de Angelis1191.626   233.462  
29   Eliseo Salazar1095.271   224.530  
14   Jacques Laffite2692.957   230.119  
28   Jean-Pierre Jarier3195.206   224.683  
18   John Watson794.164   227.170  
6   Keke Rosberg690.300   236.890  
25   Manfred Winkelhock994.984   225.208  
21   Marc Surer2994.422   226.549  
23   Mauro Baldi3094.715   225.848  
8   Michele Alboreto391.814   232.984  
1   Nelson Piquet187.612   244.158  
12   Nigel Mansell1292.881   230.308  
10   Niki Lauda892.131   232.182  
4   Patrick Tambay2789.522   238.949  
27   Raul Boesel1895.206   224.683  
5   Rene Arnoux1690.261   236.993  
2   Riccardo Patrese287.971   243.162  
16   Roberto Guerrero1493.555   228.648  
24   Rupert Keegan1794.770   225.717  
17   Teo Fabi3693.971   227.636  
26   Tommy Byrne3394.985   225.206  

Failed to qualify, or withdrew:   Raul Boesel (#18), Jean-Pierre Jarier (#31), Eliseo Salazar (#10)