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Race result - Japanese GP.

1. Fernando Alonso Spain Renault-Renault 67 01:30:21.892
2. Robert Kubica Poland BMW Sauber +5.2
3. Kimi Raikkonen Finland Ferrari-Ferrari +6.4
4. Nelson Piquet Jr Brazil Renault-Renault +20.5
5. Jarno Trulli Italy Toyota-Toyota +23.7
6. Sebastian Vettel Germany Toro Rosso-Ferrari +39.2
7. Felipe Massa Brazil Ferrari-Ferrari +46.1
8. Mark Webber Australia Red Bull-Renault +50.8

9. Nick Heidfeld Germany BMW Sauber +54.1
10. Sebastien Bourdais France Toro Rosso-Ferrari +34.0*
11. Nico Rosberg Germany Williams-Toyota +62.0
12. Lewis Hamilton Britain McLaren-Mercedes +78.9
13. Rubens Barrichello Brazil Honda-Honda +1 lap
14. Jenson Button Britain Honda-Honda +1 lap
15. Kazuki Nakajima Japan Williams-Toyota +1 lap
Rtd Giancarlo Fisichella Italy Force India F1 Team-Ferrari 21 laps completed
Rtd Heikki Kovalainen Finland Vodafone McLaren Mercedes-Mercedes 16 laps completed
Rtd Adrian Sutil Germany Force India F1 Team-Ferrari 8 laps completed
Rtd Timo Glock Germany Panasonic Toyota Racing-Toyota 6 laps completed
Rtd David Coulthard Britain Red Bull Racing-Renault 0 laps completed

Fastest lap:

Felipe Massa Ferrari-Ferrari 1m 18.426s lap 55


* denotes driver penalised by addition of 25secs for contact



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Rus the Bus - Unregistered

October 12, 2008 9:26 AM

I nearly didn''t bother to get up and watch what I guessed would be yet another committee decided result - and sadly I was right. Yet again we have a race result that has no bearing on where the drivers would have finished on the track - if left alone to get on with it themselves. The sport is no longer interesting and the outcome of each Grand Prix relies on the quality of the Stewards at the track. Today was simply rediculous - and now to hand Massa an additional point through demoting Bordais 25secs - simply beggars belief! What about the Massa move on Webber - great bravery and "skill" - but driving into the pit exit flat out - if anything today was dangerous it was that!.........



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