The results of the Japanese Grand Prix in 2011 – two-time champion Vettel

The last Japanese Grand Prix of the 2011 season named the champion of the world, which became the second consecutive year, Sebastian Vettel, who apply for a second title in four races before the end of the championship. In the 24 years Sebastian is now the youngest ever double world champion in Formula 1. The only one who still retained a mathematical chance for the title this year, was Jenson Button, who had to win all the remaining races. And in Japan, Jenson was able to achieve victory, but start for the Englishman was not too smooth. Active defense at the start, Sebastian Button forced to call in on the grass than in the end took advantage of Hamilton, but the latter before the rest arose problems with the tires, so Jenson soon regained second place. And after the second wave of pit stops Jenson Button and took the lead at all – it stops in the pits on lap later allowed him to get around Vettel. The transition to a more rigid rubber composition of the first among the leading group of drivers, eliminating the need for the championship leader Fernando Alonso as well. As a result, Sebastian decided not to risk it and finished the race in third place, ahead of Mark Webber, Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and Felipe Massa. Between the masses and Hamilton on the track again it took quite a bit tighter time with the contact, but this time the judges decided not to punish anyone. The next race will take place in a week – it will be the second in the history of the Korean Grand Prix on the circuit Yeongam. The fight for second place between Button, Alonso and Webber will continue.


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