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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Fernando Alonso leads Ferrari’s one two in Germany

Fernando Alonso wins the German Grand Prix ahead of teammate Felipe Massa who led most of the race and gave Alonso the lead 15 laps before the finish, pole sitter Sebastian Vettel finished third.


Ferrari finished in one two for the second time this season, Sebastian Vettel didn’t got a good start and tried to fend off Fernando Alonso and thereafter he got passed by both Ferraris, also Lewis Hamilton passed Mark Webber in the first lap and was behind Vettel.

Felipe Massa’s pace on the softer tyres was good and was able to keep a small gap to Alonso but they were both faster than Red Bull’s Vettel.


Hamilton could not keep up with the Red Bulls and the Ferraris McLaren did not have the pace this weekend.


In the pit stops Vettel was the first to pit and was followed by Fernando Alonso in the next lap but they both kept they positions, Massa stopped after them and got back behind Button who was the latest man to stop from the top six and was able to jump Mark Webber’s Red Bull.


In the second long stint Massa seemed to struggle on the harder tyres and Alonso was right behind him and kept pushing on him, while Massa was lapping the Virgin’s Cars Alonso got a chance to slipstream Massa but was not able to pass him.


The race continued in the same routine with Alonso close to Massa but not able to pass him until Massa got a team radio “Alonso Faster then you” and a lap later he gave Alonso the lead.


Webber in sixth place was having problems in his car but hi kept the race in sixth place.

Massa was slower then Alonso but Alonso was never able to pass him unless he made a mistake, Massa said nothing in the press conference after the race about the incident, and said he was playing for the good of the team.

FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2010

Provisional Results
PosNoDriverTeamLapsTime/RetiredGridPts
18Fernando AlonsoFerrari67Winner
2
25
27Felipe MassaFerrari67+4.1 secs
3
18
35Sebastian VettelRBR-Renault67+5.1 secs
1
15
42Lewis HamiltonMcLaren-Mercedes67+26.8 secs
6
12
51Jenson ButtonMcLaren-Mercedes67+29.4 secs
5
10
66Mark WebberRBR-Renault67+43.6 secs
4
8
711Robert KubicaRenault66+1 Lap
7
6
84Nico RosbergMercedes GP66+1 Lap
9
4
93Michael SchumacherMercedes GP66+1 Lap
11
2
1012Vitaly PetrovRenault66+1 Lap
13
1
1123Kamui KobayashiBMW Sauber-Ferrari66+1 Lap
12
129Rubens BarrichelloWilliams-Cosworth66+1 Lap
8
1310Nico HulkenbergWilliams-Cosworth66+1 Lap
10
1422Pedro de la RosaBMW Sauber-Ferrari66+1 Lap
14
1517Jaime AlguersuariSTR-Ferrari66+1 Lap
15
1615Vitantonio LiuzziForce India-Mercedes65+2 Laps
21
1714Adrian SutilForce India-Mercedes65+2 Laps
19
1824Timo GlockVirgin-Cosworth64+3 Laps
23
1921Bruno SennaHRT-Cosworth63+4 Laps
20
Ret19Heikki KovalainenLotus-Cosworth56+11 Laps
18
Ret25Lucas di GrassiVirgin-Cosworth50+17 Laps
24
Ret20Sakon YamamotoHRT-Cosworth19+48 Laps
22
Ret18Jarno TrulliLotus-Cosworth3+64 Laps
17
Ret16Sebastien BuemiSTR-Ferrari1+66 Laps
16

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