The final stage of the race Formula 1 season in 2011 finished seventh career victory of Mark Webber, who went to the Australian for the most part due to gearbox problems encountered on the car Red Bull pole holder – Sebastian Vettel. At the start of the current champion retained the lead, but after some time, the team started to warn about Seb that he carefully to shift gears, which negatively affected his pace. As a result, he missed ahead of Webber, but still managed to keep the second place. But who really unlucky, it’s Lewis. His McLaren also had problems with the transmission, but they turned out to be fatal, so that the Briton was forced to go the distance. Escaped from fifth to third place Fernando Alonso confidently walked to the podium, but the final part of the race, which is contrary to predictions completely passed on dry pavement, the Spaniard had to hold on a bit tighter set of tires is not too suitable for cars Ferrari. I took advantage of Jenson Button , who on the other hand – in this type of rubber felt just fine, so after the final pit stop and beat Alonso caught up in the fight for third place. In addition, the Englishman became vice-champion, finishing in second place in the standings at the end of the current championship. Felipe Massa on the home track was not much, but still finished the race fifth, to please their fans torsion “donuts” on the home straight after the finish. But on the sixth place was Adrian Sutil of Force India, which is in an internal struggle managed to get ahead of Nico Rosberg in the Mercedes (7th place). The top ten also broke the second pilot Force India – Paul di Resta (8th place) and Kamui Kobayashi (9th place), the result of which will allow to save the Sauber team in seventh place in the constructors’ championship, which is claimed to also Toro Rosso. So, the season is over and the next one will start in March 2012, but in February, the team will begin the first tests of new cars, and in the offseason to be clear up a lot of the teams second and third echelons. So stay tuned for updates.