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Brazilian Grand Prix – Race results

Jenson Button wins in Brazil as Sebastian Vettel crowned champion
1. Jenson Button Britain McLaren-Mercedes 71 laps
2. Fernando Alonso Spain Ferrari-Ferrari +0m 02.7s
3. Felipe Massa Brazil Ferrari-Ferrari +0m 03.6s
4. Mark Webber Australia Red Bull-Renault +0m 04.9s
5. Nico Hulkenberg Germany Force India-Mercedes +0m 05.7s
6. Sebastian Vettel Germany Red Bull-Renault +0m 09.4s
7. Michael Schumacher Germany Mercedes-Mercedes +0m 11.9s
8. Jean-Eric Vergne France Toro Rosso-Ferrari +0m 28.6s
9. Kamui Kobayashi Japan Sauber-Ferrari +0m 31.2s
10. Kimi Raikkonen Finland Lotus-Renault +1 lap

11. Vitaly Petrov Russia Caterham-Renault +1 lap
12. Charles Pic France Marussia -Cosworth +1 lap
13. Daniel Ricciardo Australia Toro Rosso-Ferrari +1 lap
14. Heikki Kovalainen Finland Caterham-Renault +1 lap
15. Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes-Mercedes +1 lap
16. Timo Glock Germany Marussia -Cosworth +1 lap
17. Pedro de la Rosa Spain HRT-Cosworth +2 laps
18. Narain Karthikeyan India HRT-Cosworth +2 laps

Rtd Paul di Resta Britain Force India-Mercedes
Rtd Lewis Hamilton Britain McLaren-Mercedes
Rtd Romain Grosjean France Lotus-Renault
Rtd Pastor Maldonado Venezuela Williams-Renault
Rtd Bruno Senna Brazil Williams-Renault
Rtd Sergio Perez Mexico Sauber-Ferrari

Fastest lap:

Lewis Hamilton Britain McLaren-Mercedes 1m 18.069s Lap 38

all results unofficial



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Fred - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 6:09 PM

Yeah spaghetti unbelievable luck for Vettel today. Boxed in at turn one by his teammate, coming from the back in a damaged car and being screwed over by his pit crew. Luck is when you're title rival gets taken out on the first lap, a safety car comes out and closes you up to the lead drivers who were 40 seconds ahead, and when two of the drivers ahead of you crash with each other.

HUL RULES!! - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 6:10 PM

Hulkenberg penalty was totally unnecessary. Too much politics in F1. It was a racing incident. PLEASE CREDIT HULKENBERG For the fantastic drive in the Force India. WOW!!!! What a joke. He could have had is first podium if F1 was fair.



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