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Sebastian Vettel won his first grand prix since the end of 2013 and left the apparently unbeatable Lewis Hamilton not only well beaten but also very frustrated.

In the deep heat of the Sepang Circuit, Vettel was the coolest man out there and Ferrari’s two-stop strategy was a winner when three cars were required to come in four times for fresh rubber. Hamilton and his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, who were second and third respectively, each came in three times.

Drivers Standings

PosDriverNatTeamPoints
1LEWIS HAMILTONMERCEDES43
2SEBASTIAN VETTELFERRARI40
3NICO ROSBERGMERCEDES33
4FELIPE MASSAWILLIAMS20
5KIMI RAIKKONENFERRARI12
6FELIPE NASRSAUBER10
7VALTTERI BOTTASWILLIAMS10
8DANIEL RICCIARDORED BULL9
9NICO HULKENBERGFORCE INDIA6
10MAX VERSTAPPENTORO ROSSO6
11CARLOS SAINZTORO ROSSO6
12MARCUS ERICSSONSAUBER4
13DANIIL KVYATRED BULL2
14SERGIO PEREZFORCE INDIA1
15JENSON BUTTONMCLAREN
16ROMAIN GROSJEANLOTUS

Constructors Standings

PosTeamEnginePoints
1MERCEDESMercedes76
2FERRARIFerrari52
3WILLIAMSMercedes30
4SAUBERFerrari14
5TORO ROSSORenault12
6RED BULL RACINGRenault11
7FORCE INDIAMercedes7
8MCLARENHonda0
9LOTUSMercedes0
10MARUSSIAFerrari0

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