GALVIN WARD FROM RED BULL, MARK WEBBER, 2ND - SEBASTIAN VETTEL, 1ST - NICO ROSBERG, 3RD
Here he goes again, Vettel in the lead out of the first turn and never to look back. This gives him seven races in a row which equals Michael Schumacher from the year 2004. There are two races left for the season and if he wins them both he will equal the all-time record set by Alberto Ascari in 1952. He has been so fast the last few races it is hard to believe. Over 30 seconds ahead of Mark Webber at the end. While 30 seconds seems like very little time in racing it is huge. With all the action behind him the TV coverage even forgets that he is in the race, showing him at the beginning pulling away from everybody, at his very fast pit stops and crossing the finish line to collect the checkered flag. We'll see if he can keep this up next year after the cars make their new changes.
Mark Webber had a hard time getting off the line again, but was able to end up in second place. Nico Rosberg pulled in a nice third.
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