Scuderia Ferrari Fernando Alonso: “Today, we were very unlucky: to finish a race like this, at the very first corner is really a shame. Contact
Red Bull Racing Sebastian Vettel: “It’s been a fantastic weekend. Yesterday’s qualifying was perfect and today again, the balance of the car was amazing. We
Sebastian Vettel demolished Fernando Alonso’s Formula 1 World Championship lead by dominating the Japanese Grand Prix as the points leader retired in a first-lap crash.
Pos. Drivers Teams Time 01. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing Winner 02. Felipe Massa Scuderia Ferrari +20.6 s 03. Kamui Kobayashi Sauber F1 +24.5 s
Jenson Button thinks McLaren will have to look to him to win next year’s world championship. With Lewis Hamilton leaving for Mercedes, Button – to
Pos. Drivers Teams Time Laps 01. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing 1:30.839 11 02. Mark Webber Red Bull Racing 1:31.090 15 03. Jenson Button* Vodafone
Pos. Drivers Teams Time Laps 01. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing 1:32.136 17 02. Mark Webber Red Bull Racing 1:32.371 20 03. Felipe Massa Scuderia
Paul di Resta is now on pole position to replace Felipe Massa at Ferrari next year, Italian La Stampa newspaper correspondent Stefano Mancini claims. Previously,