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Hamilton wins the dramatic 2012 Italian GP

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Lewis Hamilton wins the 2012 Italian Grand Prix from the Pole, the aggressive Sauber speedy Sergio Perez done second place from the back. Championship leader Fernando Alonso took third place ahead of his team-mate Felipe Massa.

Fernando Alonso and Sergio Perez benefited more from Monza, the Spaniard starts from the 10th on the grid and took final place of the podium.

The best of Monza speedy Sergio Perez had started on the hard tyres, it’s permitted him run until lap 29 before his first pitstop.

Following the Mexican’s pit-stop, he rejoined in sixth, advantaged from Vettel and Button’s troubles, and then started lapping 1.5 seconds faster than the hard-shod leaders as he succeed on the medium rubber.

Lewis Hamilton the first driver on the third times on the top podium of this season, but recent races retirement cost his drivers championship. Now he is in second place on the drivers’ championship just one point ahead of Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel.

The dramatic movement staged in Monza, in 34th lap second leading man Jenson Button retired from the race due to fuel pump problem.

In the mid of the race, Red Bull reported Sebastian Vettel car have a problem, after few laps the team speak over the radio, ‘stop the car, need emergency stop’.

Mark Webber improved from a slow start to get into the top six, only to spin his Red Bull out of the Ascari chicane in the final laps and then retire.

Force India’s Paul di Resta took eighth, while his team-mate Nico Hulkenberg’s charge from the back ended with a late technical problem.


Race results – 2012 Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix


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