Vettel wins European Grand Prix

Apologies, I couldn’t find a photo somehow for this race. Sorry.

Sebastian Vettel won the European Grand Prix in Valencia, Spain, for his sixth win this season. The Red Bull driver beat Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso by about 11 seconds in scorching 115˚ Fahrenheit weather. Vettel’s teammate Mark Webber finished third, landing the last spot on the podium. Canadian Grand Prix winner Jenson Button finished a disappointing sixth. McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton rebounded and finished fourth. The German, Vettel, extended his lead and with Webber’s fine finish, Red Bull Racing increased their lead in the team points table, which is below. Spain is the only country this year to host two Formula One races, as the country hosted the Barcelona Grand Prix earlier this year. The next F1 race is on July 10th, with the British Grand Prix.

Here are the final results from the European Grand Prix.

1. Sebastian Vettel

2. Fernando Alonso

3. Mark Webber

4. Lewis Hamilton

5. Felipe Massa

6. Jenson Button

7. Nico Rosberg

8. Jaime Alguersuari

9. Adrian Sutil

10. Nick Heidfeld

11. Sergio Perez

12. Rubens Barrichello

13. Sebastien Buemi

14. Paul di Resta

15. Vitaly Petrov

16. Kamui Kobayashi

17. Michael Schumacher

18. Pastor Maldonado

19. Heikki Kovalainen

20. Jarno Trulli

21. Timo Glock

22. Jerome d’Ambrosio

23. Vitantonio Luizzi

24. Narain Karthikeyan

 

Here are the updated driver and team points tables.

Driver Points Table

1. Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Racing)

186 points

2. Jenson Button (McLaren)

109 points

3. Mark Webber (Red Bull Racing)

109 points

4. Lewis Hamilton (McLaren)

97 points

5. Fernando Alonso (Ferrari)

87 points

6. Felipe Massa (Ferrari)

42 points

7. Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

32 points

8. Vitaly Petrov (Renault)

31 points

9. Nick Heidfeld (Renault)

30 points

10. Michael Schumacher (Mercedes)

26 points

11. Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber)

25 points

12. Adrian Sutil (Force India)

10 points

13. Jaime Alguersuari (Toro Rosso)

8 points

14. Sebastien Buemi (Toro Rosso)

8 points

15. Rubens Barrichello (Williams)

4 points

16. Sergio Perez (Sauber)

2 points

17. Paul di Resta (Force India)

2 points

18. Pedro de la Rosa (Sauber)

0 points

19. Jarno Trulli (Lotus)

0 points

20. Vitantonio Luizzi (Hispania)

0 points

21. Jerome d’Ambrosio (Virgin)

0 points

22. Heikki Kovalainen (Lotus)

0 points

23. Pastor Maldonado (Williams)

0 points

24. Narain Karthikeyan (Hispania)

0 points

 

Team Points Table

1. Red Bull Racing

295 points

2. McLaren

206 points

3. Ferrari

129 points

4. Renault

61 points

5. Mercedes

58 points

6. Sauber

27 points

7. Toro Rosso

16 points

8. Force India

12 points

9. Williams

4 points

10. Lotus

0 points

11. Hispania Racing Team

0 points

12. Virgin

0 points

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