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Fernando Alonso claimed victory for Ferrari, just ahead of a brilliant run by Sergio Perez for Sauber. Lewis Hamilton was left limiting the damage for McLaren in third.

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V6Stroker

March 25, 2012 12:56 PM

Peter Sauber must be a happy man today, but Sergio should have won, he is the next world champion in the making... Congrate to Fernando anyway and Felipe watch out your seat ...you will be next Barichello

107SS2009

March 25, 2012 1:32 PM

A great drive by Sergio, but why people keep saying he should have won? It's very simple, he just failed to win it, and why does people keep blaming the mclaren team for the position their drivers finished in? Would 2-3 seconds faster pit stops have won them the race?

OZFan - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 1:32 PM

This reminds me of another superbly brilliant drive by a rookie driver in a mid-field car, to finish second in a wet race in Monaco, which also happened to be red-flagged...

richard

March 25, 2012 1:56 PM

sunny. and there were some other botched pit stops, such as massas. and the bulls brought two cars in together, so seb was slowed down, yet still managed to get past webber.
when rain falls, the race becomes more of a lottery.
correct me if i am wrong, but wasnt perez only where he was, due to a different tyre at the start and one less pitstop? an inspired decision that earned its reward.

Chop Chop - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 1:58 PM

Congratulation to Sauber team and Perez for second place. Well done Perez and Sauber.
The risk they took it finally paid off for Sauber. Sauber strategy for Perez was right from start to finish. Sorry for Kobayashi's DNF. He has gain 11 places after first lap but unfortunately today was not his day.
The first lap pit stop for Wet Tire makes the whole race different and final pit stop tires choice was the best. The whole race was chaos. The awards go to best race strategy teams. Sorry for Button HRT has ruined Button race.
I do not understand why HRT driver was protecting it position from Red Bull. Both HRT were slowest cars on track and there's no reason for protection their position.
HRT should not let race unless they improve their financial and technology in team.
Alonso has prove he can win without fast test car on grid.
You have better chance to win the race if you have right strategy even you don't have to be very fast car in race like Malaysia GP.

LOL - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 2:03 PM

stop dissing kartikeyan over the button incident, button has admitted it was his own fault, as for vettel, he has labelled the Indian a "cucumber"

"Watch out, we're dealing with a badass over here"

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