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Race result - Singapore GP.

1. Fernando Alonso Spain Renault-Renault 61 01:57:16.304
2. Nico Rosberg Germany Williams-Toyota +2.9
3. Lewis Hamilton Britain McLaren-Mercedes +5.9
4. Timo Glock Germany Toyota-Toyota +8.1
5. Sebastian Vettel Germany Toro Rosso-Ferrari +10.2
6. Nick Heidfeld Germany BMW Sauber +11.1
7. David Coulthard Britain Red Bull-Renault +16.3
8. Kazuki Nakajima Japan Williams-Toyota +18.4

9. Jenson Button Britain Honda-Honda +19.8
10. Heikki Kovalainen Finland McLaren-Mercedes +26.9
11. Robert Kubica Poland BMW Sauber +27.9
12. Sebastien Bourdais France Toro Rosso-Ferrari +29.4
13. Felipe Massa Brazil Ferrari-Ferrari +35.1
14. Giancarlo Fisichella Italy Force India-Ferrari +43.5
15. Kimi Raikkonen Finland Ferrari-Ferrari +4 laps (DNF)

Rtd Jarno Trulli Italy Toyota-Toyota 50 laps completed
Rtd Adrian Sutil Germany Force India-Ferrari 49 laps completed
Rtd Mark Webber Australia Red Bull-Renault 29 laps completed
Rtd Rubens Barrichello Brazil Honda-Honda 14 laps completed
Rtd Nelson Piquet Jr Brazil Renault-Renault 13 laps completed

Fastest laps:

Kimi Raikkonen Finland Ferrari-Ferrari 01:45.599 lap 14


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Fernando Alonso (ESP) Renault R28, Singapore F1 Grand Prix, 26th-28th, September 2008
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18.09.2016 - Race, Kevin Magnussen (DEN) Renault Sport F1 Team RS16
18.09.2016 - Race, Sebastian Vettel (GER) Scuderia Ferrari SF16-H leads Kevin Magnussen (DEN) Renault Sport F1 Team RS16
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Tim Burr - Unregistered

September 28, 2008 3:40 PM

Can anyone explain how you can leave your pitstop too early,injure a team member,spray fuel over your team,drive the length of the pitlane towing a heavy fuel hose and get just a straight drive though penalty.But for Rosberg ang Kubica they simply had to pit because that was their strategy and would have run out of fuel otherwise and yet they get a drive through with a 10 second stop! Surely the Massa stop should incur a bigger penalty? As a final question,why did todays trewards feel a penalty was needed for the Ferrari being sent out in front of Sutil when at Valencia for an identical error they chose not to give a penalty?Please explain someone..sensibly without any bias!!!



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