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Sunday, July 7, 2013

Infiniti-Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel does its again at Nurburgring *SPOLIERS*


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+SEBASTIAN VETTEL  has finally won his home grand prix while blocking huge pressure from both Lotus's. That leaves 2 races Vettel has yet to win on the F1 calendar.

  


At the beginning pole sitter +Lewis Hamilton  was destroyed by the faster launching Red Bull's who stayed together until a terrible pit stop from Mark Webber where a tire came off his RB9 and hit a camera man, sending the camera man to the hospital. As the race went on both Mercedes suffered with bad tire wear (I must note these new tires/tire rules are much better) Then you have Lotus, Who had the other end of the tire spectrum. There chassis took so well to the tires Romain Grosjean was able to run 13 laps on soft's (13!!), That took him straight to second.  +Kimi Raikkonen in his Lotus soon followed and then passed Grosjean. A tough battle of wit and strategy between +Lotus F1 Team and +Infiniti Red Bull Racing  followed with Vettel on top.

PROVISIONAL RACE RESULTS

The German Grand Prix
Nurburgring, Germany;

Results - 60 laps:

Pos  Driver               Team/Car                  Time/Gap
 1.  Sebastian Vettel     Red Bull-Renault      1h41m14.711s
 2.  Kimi Raikkonen       Lotus-Renault              +1.008s
 3.  Romain Grosjean      Lotus-Renault              +5.830s
 4.  Fernando Alonso      Ferrari                    +7.721s
 5.  Lewis Hamilton       Mercedes                  +26.927s
 6.  Jenson Button        McLaren-Mercedes          +27.996s
 7.  Mark Webber          Red Bull-Renault          +37.562s
 8.  Sergio Perez         McLaren-Mercedes          +38.306s
 9.  Nico Rosberg         Mercedes                  +46.821s
10.  Nico Hulkenberg      Sauber-Ferrari            +49.892s
11.  Paul di Resta        Force India-Mercedes      +53.771s
12.  Daniel Ricciardo     Toro Rosso-Ferrari        +56.975s
13.  Adrian Sutil         Force India-Mercedes      +57.738s
14.  Esteban Gutierrez    Sauber-Ferrari          +1m00.160s
15.  Pastor Maldonado     Williams-Renault        +1m01.929s
16.  Valtteri Bottas      Williams-Renault            +1 lap
17.  Charles Pic          Caterham-Renault            +1 lap
18.  Giedo van der Garde  Caterham-Renault            +1 lap
19.  Max Chilton          Marussia-Cosworth           +1 lap

Retirements:

     Jean-Eric Vergne     Toro Rosso-Ferrari         22 laps
     Jules Bianchi        Marussia-Cosworth          21 laps
     Felipe Massa         Ferrari                     3 laps



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