yes I meant AFTER - I'm no natural english but I think behind is the correct word - not after....
you can see in the result table that my pit is behind the finish line, otherwise the fuel amount on the stints before would have been shown with the full filled amount on the end of the stints when crossing the finish line - like here, where my pit was before the finish line:
As a matter of fact, the full race chart you posted above tell us:
1) your car crossed the finish line (in lap 33) in 3rd place 0,8 secs behind leader.
2) at the moment the finish line was crossed you still had 1,5 lts of fuel left.
If the finish line was crossed inside the pit lane or not, the chart doesnt tell us.
Assuming it was inside the pit lane, assuming also your pit box was "behind" finish line and therefore no refueling took place once the race was finished to your car since the moment finish line was crossed.... we still observe a staggering fact : you still had 1,5 liters left. So... what was he doing in pits ???
More... if it was such a tight fight between 3 cars for 1st place, how do you explain you only lost 0,8 secs by entering pits and making all pit lane until finish line was crossed by your car ?
It seems to me if such had ocurred you wouldn´t have lost only 0,8 secs in such a tight fight with 2 other cars.
And entering pits in those conditions of fuel and just a few yards from finishing the race had to be called, never by itself.