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Notice how Webber started close to Vettel and he obviously had a bad start. Also notice how Ferrari made Alonso stop sooner to overtake Massa, who could have easily finished third.
Vettel had to fight for it for once, and once again it was obvious that he needs a perfect car to win.
Kimi won because he managed the tyres better than anyone else. Only Alonso could have beaten him, but I think the laps behind Sutil, Vettel and Massa ruined his chances.
Massa can be unhappy with Ferrari because they ruined his chances for the podium waiting too much for the second stop. I'm quite sure RedBull did the job to Webber as well. It's not casual that when they're close in the starting grid, Webber always has some sort of problem so Vettel can run free for an easy win. Not today though.