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F1: Fernando Alonso won the German Grand Prix!

In the absence of performance on the circuit, the German Grand Prix 2010 from Hockenheim will remain in memory of race fans that team orders have returned to compete. Even if he had a great start which climbed from third to first position, Felipe Massa has been guided by the speaker and give victory to his teammate Fernando Alonso, for the Spanish driver to have more opportunities to fight for the world title.

Climbed on the podium and Sebastian Vettel, who won third place but only after a bad start, failing to capitalize the pole position so scarcely obtained Saturday.

Gone into the race leading position in both rankings, McLaren had to contend only with sites 4 and 5 obtained by Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, first of them managed to gain two positions at the expense of home and his teammate Mark Webber, who completed the top of the first six pilots.

All other pilots have completed at least one lap behind the platoon leader. Robert Kubica has passed on the 7th place in account for Renault and the polish performance was complemented by Vitaly Petrov, who won the last point at stake. Between the two pilots were inserted Mercedes GP, Schumacher and Nico Rosberg finishing in that order in place in 8 and 9.

German Grand Prix saw five retirements:  Kovalainen (Lotus), di Grassi (Virgin), Yamamoto (Virgin), Trulli (Lotus) and Buemi (Toro Rosso).

Fastest Lap Sebastian Vettel 1:15.824 in the last round.

Next race: FORMULA 1 ENI MAGYAR NAGYDIJ 2010 (Budapest) : 30 Jul – 01 Aug

RACE Results – Hockenheim
01. Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) 1:27:38.864
02. Felipe Massa (Ferrari) +4.1
03. Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) +5.1
04. Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) +26.8
05. Jenson Button (McLaren)  +29.4
06. Mark Webber (Red Bull) +43.6
07. Robert Kubica (Renault) +1 Lap
08. Nico Rosberg (Mercedes GP)  +1 Lap
09. Michael Schumacher (Mercedes GP) +1 Lap
10. Vitaly Petrov (Renault) +1 Lap                                
11. Kamui Kobayashi (BMW Sauber) +1 Lap
12. Rubens Barrichello (Williams) +1 Lap
13. Nico Hulkneberg (Williams) +1 Lap
14. Pedro de la Rosa (BMW Sauber F1 Team) +1 Lap
15. Jaime Alguersuari (Scuderia Torro Rosso) +1 Lap
16. Vitantonio Liuzzi (Force India) +1 Lap
17. Adrian Sutil (Force India) +2 Laps
18. Timo Glock (Virgin Cosworth) +3 Laps
19. Bruno Senna (HRT) +4 Laps

DRIVER STANDINGS / Points
01. Lewis Hamilton – 157
02. Jenson Button – 143
03. Mark Webber – 136
04. Sebastian Vettel – 136
05. Fernando Alonso – 123
06. Nico Rosberg – 94
07. Robert Kubica – 89
08. Felipe Massa – 85
09. Michael Schumacher – 38
10. Adrian Sutil – 35
11. Rubens Barrichello – 29
12. Kamui Kobayashi – 15
13. Vitantonio Liuzzi – 12
14. Vitaly Petrov – 7
15. Sebastien Buemi – 7
16. Jaime Alguersuari – 3
17. Nico Hulkenberg – 2

CONSTRUCTOR STANDINGS / Points
01. McLaren Mercedes – 300
02. Red Bull Racing Renault – 272
03. Ferrari – 208
04. Mercedes GP – 132
05. Renault F1 Team – 96
06. Force India F1 – 47
07. Williams Cosworth – 31
08. BMW Sauber F1 Team – 15
09. Scuderia Torro Rosso – 10
10. Lotus F1 Cosworth – 0
11. HRT Hispania Racing – 0
12. Virgin Cosworth – 0

2 comments

  1. This race was an example of what Formula 1 is all about: money, technology, fast cars and a lot of stupid humans without cohones.

    I didn’t have any respect for Ferrari when Schumacher was let by Barrichello to win the races and I still don’t have any respect now.

    Ferrari is a disgrace for Formula 1.

    If all season will be like this, I’ll change to WRC next year.

  2. Thanks for sharing Ferrari has the best cars on the track. Technologies are been increasing day by day.

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