2010 Abu Dhabi GP – Race result – Sebastian Vettel – the new F1 champion

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Sebastian Vettel - 2010 F1 Champion

Sebastian Vettel won the 2010 Abu Dhabi GP and became the youngest ever Formula One champion. Lewis Hamilton finished the race in second place ahead of Jenson Button.

Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber became victims of their strategies. Both dropped down to the midfield after their pitstops and spent better part of race behind Vitaly Petrov (who pitted on lap one during safety car period).

2010 Abu Dhabi GP – Race result

1. Vettel
2. Hamilton +10.1
3. Button +11.0
4. Rosberg +30.7
5. Kubica +39.0
6. Petrov +43.5
7. Alonso +43.7
8. Webber +44.2
9. Alguersuari +50.2
10. Massa +50.8

11. Heidfeld +51.5
12. Barrichello +57.6
13. Sutil +58.3
14. Kobayashi +59.5
15. Buemi +63.1
16. Hulkenberg +64.7
17. Kovalainen +1 lap
18. di Grassi +2 laps
19. Senna +2 laps
20. Klien +2 laps
21. Trulli +4 laps

Did not finish:

Glock
Schumacher
Liuzzi

3 Comments Post a Comment
  1. KotenokNo Gravatar says:

    Sunday’s fishing
     
    Vittello finally made it! He began to lead the championship in the last race… And that is what counts at least.
    About Webber’s defeat, I’m pretty unpleased again, with a tire performance drop of Mark Webber’s car, Red Bull found the perfect excuse to manage to hide team orders and send him right back where they wanted him to be. Maybe not that backwards, he should have been just before Fernando Alonso, but the team managed to place him just behind with no options for the title. I believe team orders are useful and I’m not against them, but I really wanted Mark to win this championship and not just being scarified. I’m just pretty unpleased how it ended, frustrating weekend at the end for both Mark and Fernando. That’s actually not racing, but fishing. Anyway, the RB strategy was fine for their purpose, set the hook with Webber’s pitstop and Ferrari took the bait…How stupid they’ve been today! I may need a clear explanation from someone illuminated that can make me understand why in the hell they need to copy the strategy from someone who is laking performance, can someone explain it?
    Congratulations to the new World Champion and his team, for Mr. E which has a new argument for next season’s marketing campaign, for those who support this kid and may be looking forward for a long and successful career, well… I’m not :P

  2. F1mixNo Gravatar says:

    Congratulations to Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull.

    Next year there will be five F1 champions on the start grid, have that happened before?

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2014 Teams and Drivers

Red Bull
Sebastian VETTEL
Daniel RICCIARDO
Ferrari
Fernando ALONSO
Kimi RAIKKONEN
McLaren
Jenson BUTTON
Kevin MAGNUSSEN
Lotus
Romain GROSJEAN
Pastor MALDONADO
Mercedes
Nico ROSBERG
Lewis HAMILTON
Sauber
Adrian SUTIL
Esteban GUTIEREZ
Force India
Nico HULKENBERG
Sergio PEREZ
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Felipe MASSA
Valtteri BOTTAS
Toro Rosso
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