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

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