RAIKKONEN - 2ND, ALONSO - 1ST, HAMILTON - 3RD
Alonso drove a perfect race. Raikkonen only lacked the speed to catch him. Hamilton started on the pole, but also lacked the speed to stay in front. If the race had been one more lap longer he would not have been able to hang on to third. Vettel was only .2 of second behind Hamilton at the end.
Tires still seem to be an issue. I am beginning to think that they will keep them an issue because they do change the way the race is run.
As for Webber he was found to have been responsible for the collision with Toro Rosso's Jean-Eric Vergne. It will cost him three places in the next race in Bahrain. Due to problems on Saturday he had to start from the pit lane. After the accident they replaced the nose and tires and sent him out again. Only to have his transmission give him problems then his right rear wheel fell off. You can't make this stuff up.
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