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Monday, April 15, 2013

F1 l Alonso won the Chinese GP hierarchy


He removed the bitter taste of Malaysia with the sweetest victoryThe Spanish driver Fernando Alonso won the Chinese Grand Prix with superiority. Having failed to finish the race in Sepang, captured first place in the Shanghai circuit. With authority and hierarchy took the full potential of his Ferrari, and placed the Italian team at the top. Intelligent, pulled him over ten seconds ahead to escort RaikkonenHe started third, and quickly found the second. millimeter There was a job to the control and use of the tires, which left the rest with no arguments, no oppositions.'s career dream by the Spaniard was in China. The win erases the bad taste of abandonment in Malaysia in the second round , and returns the prestige Ferrari in this early season. To win the title, Alonso finished third in the world championshipThe Finn Kimi Raikkonen finished in second place . He had bad luck that skidded on startup, and on lap 16 he had a touch with "Checo" Pérez who left his damaged Lotus. The Englishman Lewis Hamilton finished third after starting in front of everyone. Off the Podium was the three-time and current championship leader pilots, GermanSebastian VettelThe defensive tactics of Red Bull did not give the expected result.Vettel lost ground when it stopped a third time to the soft tire change. The work ended with the South American Brazilian Felipe Massa as the best, was sixth.The Mexican Sergio "Checo" Pérez finished in 11th place with McLaren, and Venezuelan Pastor Maldonado  finished fourteenth . Who could not complete the race was Stephen Guitierrez (Sauber) . The World Cup is exciting. Three different winners in the three GP held . The Shanghai circuit ac left inco champions in five different cars in the top five . The next appointment is in Bahrain, from 19 to 21 April.



Classification of the Chinese Grand Prix:

1. Fernando Alonso (ESP / Ferrari), the 305.066 km in 1 h 36:26.945 
(mean: 189,779 km / h)


Two. Kimi Raikkonen (FIN / Lotus-Renault) to 10,168

Three. Lewis Hamilton (GBR / Mercedes) to 12,322

April. Sebastian Vettel (GER / Red Bull-Renault) to 12,525

May. Jenson Button (GBR / McLaren-Mercedes) to 35,285

June. Felipe Massa (BRA / Ferrari) to 40,827

July. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS / Toro Rosso-Ferrari) to 42,691

August. Paul di Resta (GBR / Force India-Mercedes) to 51,084

9. Romain Grosjean (FRA / Lotus-Renault) to 53,423

10. Nico Hülkenberg (GER / Sauber-Ferrari) to 56,598

11. Sergio Perez (MEX / McLaren-Mercedes) 1:03.860 à

12. Jean-Eric Vergne (FRA / Toro Rosso-Ferrari) to 1:12.604

13. Valtteri Bottas (FIN / Williams-Renault) at 1:33.861

14. Pastor Maldonado (VEN / Williams-Renault) at 1:35.453

15. Jules Bianchi (FRA / Marussia-Cosworth) at 1 lap

16. Charles Pic (FRA / Caterham-Renault) at 1 lap

17. Max Chilton (GBR / Marussia-Cosworth) at 1 lap

18. Giedo van der Garde (NED / Caterham-Renault) at 1 lap

(Note: The other riders did not finish the race)

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