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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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richard

June 27, 2010 5:52 PM

rw. yes, i d watch a sport that was not invented by the english. it is grand prix! but i see that the nine cars that didnt abide by their vector times, have been penalised FIVE secs. so basically, little change.

Alan D - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 5:53 PM

It seems to be taking the stewards an awfully long time to decide what to do about the nine drivers under investigation. This was never going to be a great GP, but the SC well and truly stuffed it up. Button was a big gainer and if he'd tried to attack KK instead of sitting behind him thinking "well he's still got to pit" then he might well have been ahead of LH after LH's drive through. As for the poster getting his knickers in a trwist and calling LH a "dirty driver" for overtaking the safety car, did you actually watch the race? If you did, it was obviously with your blinkers on.

BC - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 6:08 PM

So many commentores on here obviously have short memories. I recall sevaral GP's this year where Alonso has enjoyed the benfits of the safety car and scoring points that he did not earn by the merits of his driving and remember the Singapore GP 2 years ago did he see that as unfair. Take your medicine, get on with the job you are paid highly for, drop your vendetta and stop throwing your toys out FA !!!!!

shantanu - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 6:12 PM

i think its the hamilton fans who give him a bad name...LH is a champion racer who deserves better...altho personally i am an alonso fan...he has the right to complain but hey...its racing!!...

LH will be world champion this year...looking unstoppable right now...

richard

June 27, 2010 6:18 PM

bc. there is a difference between taking advantage of the safety car, and gaining advantage by breaking the safety car rules! i am not a fan of alonso, and was annoyed over his move on flip in the pit entry lane a month ago, but he was hard done-by today

scampsuzi - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 6:19 PM

Interesting performance by Button after he was released by Kobayashi, including fastest lap. The last three races Hamilton has beaten him but by very small distances proving, I think, that he is Hamiltons toughest team mate to date. Looks like being a very good season apart from the first race which was a complete procession. Hamilton is a true racer and the real deal.

langerz - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 6:24 PM

best way to look at the whole sc thing is this, lulu overtook the sc ILEGALLY. thus gaing a HUGE advantage to get back to the pits,the penalty that was given was a joke, it should of been dealt 20 mins earier... FACT. If it had been given 20mins the penalty would of been just. and he would of lost the advantage that was taken unfairly.

Just remember lulu fans alonso was gaining on him before the sc and would of easily taken him in the pits as little lulu needed a new nose. so feel free to leave your alonso grudge at the door. its petty. :D

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