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Alonso win thrilling Malaysian GP



Fernando Alonso keeps from Sergio Perez to take win in a rain interrupted Malaysian GP, long time red flag. Currently the Spaniard Fernando Alonso lead the drivers championship, Perez almost pushing hard second-half of the race, but unfortunately he made a error in final session and keep second place.

Once again Lewis Hamilton managed third place, he start from top on the grid today, and his team-mate Jenson Button disappointed with no points finish at Malaysia because when the race restart after the red flag, safety car ran four laps, after track was right for intermediates, Button pitting just as racing begin again. He jumped ahead of team-mate Hamilton, But Button’s race then fell apart as he clipped HRT’s Karthikeyan while coming back through traffic after his stop, forcing him to pit for a new front wing.

Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel also unsuccessful to point finish due to a clash in traffic, but his Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber claimed fourth ahead of Kimi Raikkonen.

The Brazilian Bruno Senna finished sixth place ahead of Force India’s Paul Di Resta. Senna’s team-mate Pastor Maldonado once again retired from the race an engine problem stop the Williams.

Toro Rosso’s Vergne finish eighth place ahead of Force India Nico Hulkenberg and Michael Schumacher set tenth place and its first points of the Mercedes GP for 2012 F1.

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