KIMI RAIKKONEN, 2ND - FERNANDO ALONSO, 1ST - FERRARI MANAGEMENT - FELIPE MASSA, 3RD
Unusally boring for Spain. Drivers were plagued with a continuing tire problem. Pirelli Tire should straighten this out or hand it off to someone else. In all fairness Pirelli didn't want the job....but someone probably got paid.
Alonso handily and happily came in first place to his 32nd win which puts him up in the top four. To get to the top he would have to win every race for the next five years. He can put that aside and be happy to win in his home country for the first time at this track in Barcelona. Second went to 'Mr. I Am Now On The Podium In Almost Every Race.' Yes, Kimi Raikkonen came in 2nd again. Massa did a fine job and was able to pull in third. Maybe Ferrari has its problems sorted and they will be a better contender this year.
Mark Webber was 5th.
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