Monday, November 15, 2010

Redbull Wins in Abu Dhabi


Sebastian Vettel became the worlds youngest Formula One World Champion on Sunday and thanks Redbull Racing and Renault for making this possible.

Vettel was 15 points behind Alonso at the beginning of the race and with the victory, made up those points and then some to get Redbull Racings first driver championship.

Here is a list of results thanks to AutoWeek.com

Results

1. Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing-Renault, 1 hour 39 minutes 36.837 seconds

2. Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes, +10.1 seconds

3. Jenson Button, McLaren-Mercedes, + 11.0

4. Nico Rosberg, Mercedes GP, +30.7

5. Robert Kubica, Renault, +39.0

6. Vitaly Petrov, Renault, +43.5

7. Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, +43.7

8. Mark Webber, Red Bull Racing-Renault, +44.2

9. Jaime Alguersuari, Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari, +50.2

10. Felipe Massa, Ferrari, +50.8

11. Nick Heidfeld, BMW Sauber-Ferrari, +51.5

12. Rubens Barrichello, Williams-Cosworth, +57.6

13. Adrian Sutil, Force India-Mercedes, +58.3

14. Kamui Kobayashi, BMW Sauber-Ferrari, +59.5

15. Sebastien Buemi, Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari, +1:03.1

16. Nico Hulkenberg, Williams-Cosworth, +1:04.7

17. Heikki Kovalainen, Lotus-Cosworth, +1 lap

18. Lucas Di Grassi, Virgin-Cosworth, +2 laps

19. Bruno Senna, HRT-Cosworth, +2 laps

20. Christian Klien, HRT-Cosworth, +2 laps

21. Jarno Trulli, Lotus-Cosworth, +4 laps

22. Timo Glock, Virgin-Cosworth, 44 laps (gearbox)

23. Michael Schumacher, Mercedes GP, 0 laps (crash)

24. Vitantonio Liuzzi, Force India-Mercedes, 0 laps (crash)

Final Drivers' Championship Standings

1. Vettel, 256

2. Alonso, 252

3. Webber, 242

4. Hamilton, 240

5. Button, 214

6. Massa, 144

7. Rosberg, 142

8. Kubica, 136

9. Schumacher, 72

10. Barrichello, 47

11. Sutil, 47

12. Kobayashi, 32

13. Petrov, 27

14. Hulkenberg, 22

15. Liuzzi, 21

16. Buemi, 8

17. Pedro De la Rosa, 6

18. Heidfeld, 6

19. Alguersuari, 5

Final Constructors' Championship Standings

1. Red Bull Racing-Renault, 498

2. McLaren-Mercedes, 454

3. Ferrari, 396

4. Mercedes GP, 214

5. Renault, 163

6. Williams-Cosworth, 69

7. Force India-Mercedes, 68

8. BMW Sauber-Ferrari, 44

9. Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari, 13



Read more: http://www.autoweek.com/article/20101114/F1/101119936#ixzz15NO0dYGI