F1 » Singapore Grand Prix - Race results [UPDATED]


Fernando Alonso makes the most of his Singapore GP pole and wins his second race in succession, ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber; Jenson Button takes fourth ahead of Nico Rosberg and Robert Kubica; Lewis Hamilton fails to finish after making contact with Webber.

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Cobalt

September 26, 2010 3:32 PM

Wht a show from Kubica! And what a shame he is not in a faster car!

And I agree with Brundle, he could have been a drivers champion in the right team. Shame money and nationality are more important than talent.

Nigel K

September 26, 2010 4:07 PM

Better still arcuid. So that makes it 2x WDC's in a Bennetton or Renault. What are Kubica's results then???? OOOOOO.
The sh1t complained about Alonso's overtaking pass some races ago, 'cause Fernando was driven on to the grass by him. The clot.

50 Cent - Unregistered

September 26, 2010 4:55 PM

so another smart move and lulu finds himself in the wall. I hope Webb or Vettel will win it this year. Also, the Italian newspaper says that the three way deal is done where Kubica is going to Ferrari... with Massa going Williams and Hulk to RB.

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