Red Bull Racing's Mark Webber
won at Interlagos today, venue for the F1 2011 Brazilian Grand Prix, the 19th and final round of the season.
Webber took the lead around mid-distance, when his team-mate, Sebastian Vettel
had to yield due to gearbox problems. He eventually finished 16.9 seconds up on on the sister car, in the process claiming his first win of the season and the seventh of his career. Vettel hung on to take the runners-up spot, despite having to short shift through much of the event.
McLaren's Jenson Button
meanwhile came back and having slipped behind Fernando Alonso
in the opening phase of the grand prix, passed the Spaniard on lap 62 for third. Behind, Felipe Massa
was fifth in the second Ferrari, performing some donuts at the end to entertain his home fans – something that is likely to earn him a slap on the wrists.
Adrian Sutil rounded out the top six for Force India, ahead of the Mercedes of Nico Rosberg
and the second FIF1 of Paul di Resta. Sauber's Kamui Kobayashi
man Vitaly Petrov completed the points' scorers in ninth and tenth.
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