Red Bull’s Vettel wins Malaysian Grand PrixApril 10th, 2011 - 6:06 pm ICT by ANI
Sepang (Malaysia), Apr 10(ANI): Reigning Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel continued his perfect start to the season by winning the Malaysian Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday.
The Red Bull driver, who won the season opening race in Australia two weeks ago, finished ahead of McLaren’s Jenson Button in second and third-placed Nick Heidfeld for Renault.
Taking the end of last season into consideration, Vettel has now won four races in a row, and five of the last six grands prix overall.
Red Bull’s Mark Webber secured fourth place, while the two Ferraris of Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa finished fifth and sixth respectively, the BBC reports.
McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton, who spent most of the afternoon in second place, finished seventh ahead of Sauber’s Kamui Kobayashi.
Force India’s Paul di Resta finished tenth. (ANI)
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