Vettel wins two hour time limit Singapore GP

The Pole man Lewis Hamilton retired from the Singapore Grand Prix in the Lap 24 after the defending world champion Sebastian Vettel takes the leading position and to finish top in the two hour time limit race.

Two times safety car interrupted the race, first one Narain Karthikeyan has hit the wall in turn 18. And second one Michael Schumacher crashed in to the back of Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne under the braking at turn 14.

Hamilton’s team-mate Jenson Button finished second ahead of race leader Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso.Still Alonso led the drivers’ championship 29 points ahead of Singapore GP winner Sebastian Vettel.

Lewis Hamilton was the big loser in the race, it was a costly DNF following a gearbox failure. 2008 world champion made a fantastic start and he holding 2+ seconds lead from Vettel, unlucky man now fourth in the drivers’ championship 52 points behind the Fernando Alonso.

Fernando Alonso took third place, When Pastor Maldonado and Williams decided to retire from the race due to hydraulic problem. The Spanish GP winner start from the second on the grid, Turn 1 wide run cost his two places and he was continue at fourth place ahead of Alonso.

Force India guy Paul di Resta made a fantastic finish he start from sixth on the grid and to finish fourth place with his F1 career best. His team-mate Nico Hulkenberg lost finished with any points, he was fall down from sixth due to collision with Sergio Perez at the final phase of the race.

Lotus duo struggled in qualifying but they are made a potential result in race. Kimi Raikkonen starts from the 12th on the grid and to finish sixth ahead of his team-mate Romain Grosjean.

Ferrari’s Felipe Massa finished with eighth place ahead of Toro Rosso’s Daniel Ricciardo and winner Vettel’s team-mate Mark Webber finished with 10th place.

Italian GP hero Sergio Perez not performed well in the Singapore race he was started from 14th on the grid and finish 11th place and his team-mate Kamui Kobayashi finished 12th place.

Race results – 2012 F1 Singapore GP

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