F1 » Malaysian Grand Prix, Sepang - Race results

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel wins the Malaysian Grand Prix with his team-mate Mark Webber second and Nico Rosberg third for Mercedes.

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djnr - Unregistered

April 04, 2010 11:14 AM

Webber didn't even see vettel. too busy watching rosberg. cant defend the inside line from pole. Is the point proven that Webber doesn't have the X factor yet? Give Kubica his seat!!!!!!!!

race fan - Unregistered

April 04, 2010 11:22 AM

I sincerely hope that for next year all these nonsense rules and regulations are tossed out. We simply cannot go on with these cars, they're hurting the sport and turning F1 into the laughing stock of motor racing. Unless there is rain there is absolutely ZERO chance of having some overtaking. Case in point, Hamilton vs Sutil, Massa vs Button, Alonso vs Button. Both Button and Sutil were much slower than Hamilton, Massa and Alonso, but the fact still remains they ruined their races wasting lap after lap after lap behind a much slower rival. This cannot be tolerated any longer. Give us back some racing, please! No more processions from green light to chequered flag!

peteroli - Unregistered

April 04, 2010 11:29 AM

@ race fan

how was the race a processions did everone finish in the same positions they started their was plenty of overtaking not among the top drivers they have a championship to think about so they are not going to make an attempt they awould lead to disaster
Hamilton siad on the radio that sutil was faster on the strsights and alonso had a gearbox problem if overtaking was made easier people would complain that it is too easy and the best drivers in the world should have to work harder for it and martin brundle said all other single seater series have the same problem

decko - Unregistered

April 04, 2010 11:31 AM

Hamilton's progress against the slower cars only made this race slightly worthwhile, but as for the top places still no overtaking so the problem hasn't gone away, its still a dull product.

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