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2011 Grand Prix season so far

Vettel has secured his second championship with a row with 9 victories, 4 second places and a fourth.
Thursday, October 6, 2011

Suzuka, Japan, Oct 6, 2011 (AFP) - Story of the 2011 Formula One season so far ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix here on Sunday:

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Australian Grand Prix - March 27

World champion Sebastian Vettel sounded a warning to his rivals with a dominating victory in his flying Red Bull on the Albert Park street circuit in Melbourne. It was Vettel's 11th win in his 63rd GP. The German led his rivals a merry dance from pole, beating McLaren's 2008 champion Lewis Hamilton by more than 22 seconds with Russian Vitaly Petrov third in a Lotus Renault. Ferrari's Fernando Alonso missed out on the podium in fourth place, while Vettel's Australian team-mate Mark Webber finished fifth for the third time in his home GP.
Standings: Vettel 25pts, Hamilton 18, Petrov 15

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Malaysian Grand Prix - April 4

Vettel dominated with a brilliant drive to maintain his perfect start to the season, steering his Red Bull from pole to the chequered flag to win ahead of McLaren's Jenson Button, the 2009 world champion, and Nick Heidfeld, who finished third for Renault. Vettel's second start-to-finish win in two outings this year came despite further problems with Red Bull's faulty Kinetic Energy Regeneration System (KERS) which gave Webber a nightmare start.

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The Australian dropped from third to 10th before storming back to finish fourth ahead of the Ferraris of Brazilian Felipe Massa and two-time world champion Alonso. Hamilton looked set for a podium spot but finished seventh after a slow pit stop and a struggle with worn tyres in the closing stages, the Briton demoted to eighth after picking up a time penalty.
Standings: Vettel 50 pts, Button 26, Hamilton 22

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Chinese Grand Prix - April 17

Vettel's invincibility came to a juddering halt as a brilliant drive from Hamilton saw him take the chequered flag after the 26-year-old roared through the field in the final laps on fresh tyres to take his 15th career win. Vettel finished second after one of his more unsatisfactory races, having been passed by Button on the first corner. Webber also produced a remarkable drive, coming from 18th on the grid to finish third. Ferrari failed to shine as Massa finished sixth and Alonso seventh.
Standings: Vettel 68pts, Hamilton 47, Button 38

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Turkish Grand Prix - May 8

Vettel notched up his third win in four races this season with a near-flawless drive. The German led from his 19th career pole position to the chequered flag unchallenged, conceding the lead only once during his pit-stops to open up a 34-point lead in the championship. It was the 13th win of his career and another day of celebration for the Red Bull team as Webber
brilliantly overtook Alonso of Ferrari to finish second. Hamilton was fourth.
Standings: Vettel 93pts, 2. Hamilton 59, 3. Webber 55

Spanish Grand Prix - May 22

Vettel claimed a narrow and dramatic victory ahead of Lewis Hamilton. The German Red Bull driver used clever strategy to steal the lead after starting second behind team-mate Mark Webber, resisting all that 2008 champion Hamilton could throw at him in the closing stages to finish six-tenths of a second ahead of the Briton for his fourth win in five races this season. Hamilton's McLaren team-mate and fellow Englishman Jenson Button finished third ahead of Webber, with Alonso fifth.
Standings: Vettel 118pts, 2. Hamilton 77, 3. Webber 67

Monaco Grand Prix - May 29

Vettel won his first ever Monaco Grand Prix in an incident-packed race that saw the end raced largely under a red flag after promising Russian driver Vitaly Petrov crashed heavily and was taken to hospital, though not with serious injuries. Vettel came home ahead of Alonso, recording Ferrari's best result of the season, while Button drove brilliantly but without luck to take
third. Hamilton fell further behind Vettel in the title race as he finished sixth. A drive-through penalty did not help his chances and then he aggravated the race stewards further by cracking a joke that he was penalised so often 'maybe because I am black' - it backfired and he had to apologise.
Standings: Vettel 143pts, 2. Hamilton 85, 3. Webber 79

Canadian Grand Prix - June 12

Button produced a superb drive to record his first win of the season - the 10th of his career - passing Vettel on the final lap of an extraordinary, dramatic, rain-delayed and crash-hit race. The 31-year-old Englishman drove his McLaren car with great courage, speed and judgement after surviving an early collision with Hamilton. Vettel had looked sure to win after leading
from pole position both before and after a two-hour suspension due to torrential rain, but he buckled under pressure from Button on the final lap and finished second. Webber came home third, leaving luckless seven-times champion Michael Schumacher to finish fourth for Mercedes.
Standings: Vettel 161pts, Button 101, Webber 94

European Grand Prix - June 26

Vettel shrugged off sweltering temperatures to coast to a sixth win in eight races in a Grand Prix that lacked the drama of two weeks earlier. The positions in Valencia stayed the same more or less all the way through the race, with Vettel pulling away almost immediately. The only real excitement for the Spanish fans was the daring piece of overtaking by home favourite
Alonso on Webber. Alonso finished second with Webber third. Hamilton came in fourth after honouring his pledge to restrain his daredevil style and finish the race. This was just the fourth time in Formula One history that all the drivers finished the race and the first time in 46 years.
Standings: Vettel 186pts, Button 109, Webber 109

British Grand Prix - July 10

Alonso finally came good to deliver Ferrari's long-awaited first win of the season in unpredictable conditions at Silverstone. It was the Spaniard's 27th career victory, drawing him alongside three-times world champion Jackie Stewart, and it was achieved courtesy of a controlled drive - and some luck. Vettel's race was undone by a slow pit-stop, and he finished second ahead of Webber, who had started on pole. A rousing race from Hamilton saw him climb from tenth on the grid to fourth.
Standings: Vettel 204pts, Webber 124, Alonso 112

German Grand Prix - July 24

Hamilton produced one of his finest wins, confirming McLaren's renaissance with a dazzling victory. It was the Briton's second win of the year and 16th of his career. The 26-year-old, who started from second on the grid, took the lead from the start and delivered a well-judged race and some flamboyant passing moves, supported by excellent strategy, to resist strong challenges from his rivals. He came home 3.9 seconds ahead of Alonso with Webber and Vettel taking third and fourth place respectively.
Standings: Vettel 216pts, Webber 139, Hamilton 134

Hungarian Grand Prix - July 31

Button marked his 200th Formula One race with a reminder of his class to win a stirring and chaotic Hungarian Grand Prix. The 2009 world champion, who started third on the grid, was registering his second win of the season and 11th of his career. Vettel was second with Alonso in third. Hamilton was undone by a series of strategic errors and finished fourth.
Standings: Vettel 234 pts, Webber 149, Hamilton 146

Belgian Grand Prix - August 28

Vettel dispelled any ideas that he was losing focus as he led home a Red Bull 1-2 with a well-judged if, at times, fortunate victory. He recovered from a poor start and problems with blistering tyres to ride his luck, and emerge on top ahead of Webber in a memorable one-two triumph. Webber had dropped back after a bad start and then recovered splendidly, with Button claiming third. Michael Schumacher, the seven-times champion, marked the 20th anniversary of his F1 debut with a dazzling drive into fifth place from the back of the grid.
Standings: Vettel 259pts, Webber 167, Alonso 157

Italian Grand Prix - September 11

Vettel moved within sight of retaining his title when he drove to a comprehensive victory in a thrilling race - at least for the minor places. Webber crashed out - leaving the dazzling Vettel to open up a massive 112 points lead. Button finished second in the leading McLaren, the Englishman taking full advantage of a battle between Hamilton and Schumacher, to finish
on the podium after a typically well-judged drive. Ferrari at least salvaged something at their home race as Alonso fought to hang on for a rousing third place.
Standings: Vettel 284pts, Alonso 172, Button 167

Singapore Grand Prix - September 25

Sebastian Vettel underlined his supremacy when he won the Singapore Grand Prix to move within a point of becoming the youngest double world champion in Formula One history. The 24-year-old German, the defending champion and runaway leader of this year's title race, drove from pole position to the chequered flag in flawless style to win the floodlit, 61-lap night race by a controlled 1.7 seconds. Briton Jenson Button finished second in his McLaren to keep the title race
just about alive with five races remaining. Australian Mark Webber in the second Red Bull finished third.

Standings: Vettel 309 pts, Button 185, Alonso 184

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