Monday, 28 November 2011

Webber wins F1 2011 Brazilian GP

Mark Webber, currently driving for Red Bull won his first race of the year in Brazil.

Till 30th lap Vettel was driving in the first position but the gearbox problem in his car disallowed him from an evenly-matched contest.

Webber, Vettel’s Red Bull team-mate passed Vettel on the 30th lap, claimed victory by giving second place to Vettel and third place to Jenson Button, (currently driving for McLaren) in the driver’s championship.

Vettel says that that his team-mate has given a fantastic race and deserved his victory.

F1 2011 Brazilian GP Winners
Sebastian Vettel(left) with Jenson Button(right)and Mark Webber(next to Button)

Although Vettel won here in 2010 and achieved victory in 11 races this season, the final two races have been blemished by some technical problems in his car.

During the end of the match Vettel said that "It was getting worse through the race and I ended up having to use higher gears."

This 2011 Brazilian Grand Prix paves way for Sebestian Vettel to hold an outstanding record for the maximum number of pole positions in a single season which is better than Nigel Mansell’s 1992 record.

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