Results GP India 2011 – the victory of Vettel

The winner of the first ever Grand Prix of India in the World Cup races in Formula 1 was the reigning champion Sebastian Vettel, who not only won a landslide victory, but also won the Grand Slam: having started from pole position, he led from start to finish, and also showed the best lap in the race. To wrest from the start to the second position Jenson Button, a shadow crossed the entire distance of the leader, which eventually allowed him to increase his lead in the championship standings by three points from Fernando Alonso in the dispute for the second place. The Spaniard also closed at the end of the Grand Prix of India’s top three, finishing on the podium. After the second pit stop, Alonso managed to get ahead was walking to the front of Mark Webber, and to end of the race the Australian was never able to produce a counter-attack, the remaining quarter. Also, the second pit stop allowed to play the position, and Michael Schumacher, who finished the race in fifth. And revenge he did not have anyone, while his team mate – Nico, who saw the checkered flag in sixth. Only seventh place at the finish had to settle for Lewis. The pilot of McLaren again converged in a contact fight with Felipe Massa, however, this time the stewards blamed on the Brazilian, who after a free passage through the pit lane soon fizzled out, and again because of the broken suspension, damaging it just as well as in qualifications, only this time with the other hand. Jaime spent quite a strong race, finishing eighth, while his team-mate – Sebastien Buemi, who also had a good chance to score points today, not lucky – in his Toro Rosso could not stand the motor. Closed the eyeglass ten Adrian Sutil (9th place) and Sergio Perez (10th place), but Vitaly Petrov to points not reached quite a bit. In the last laps he put pressure Mexican, but eventually get around it and could not, remained in eleventh place. Now until the end of the Championship of the 2011 season is just two races in two weeks we are waiting for the Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi, and the final phase will take place in Brazil.


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