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Sebastian Vettel wins the European Grand Prix for Red Bull, ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, while Mark Webber crashes out in spectacular style after an unfortunate incident with Heikki Kovalainen in the early stages of the race.

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Pepito - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 3:09 PM

What a jocke from the race stewarts. Completly unfair SC rule and Hamilton .... Overtaking SC and no loosing anything .... Ferraris followed the rule and get panelised and back to 9 and 15 position, the others dont and podium .

The sport is loosing more and more credibility every race.

chete44 - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 3:14 PM

Congrats Vettel
Bold Strategy for Koby paid off.
LH : CRIME PAYS OFF
Once again LH got away with murder.. . and with the help of Charlie wattling, if this were football : youll never have a home referee. Ridiculous penalty for Overtaking the SC.
He didnt even lose any place.
Spoiled race for Law Abiding Ferrari Drivers.
Next time rules will change Harder, for others.. .
Never for LH.

JC - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 3:29 PM

Well done to the Sauber Team, a bold move that paid off and wow Kamui Fernando, I never expected that!

Thankfully both Mark Webber and Heikki Kovalianen are both unhurt after that mammoth crash. It just goes to show how much safety has improved in F1!

JC - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 3:29 PM

Well done to the Sauber Team, a bold move that paid off and wow Kamui Fernando, I never expected that!

Thankfully both Mark Webber and Heikki Kovalianen are both unhurt after that mammoth crash. It just goes to show how much safety has improved in F1!

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