Posted by : Muzaffar Sunday, June 21, 2009

Seriously, they did. Well congrats again to Sebastian Vettel on his third win of his career, and also the first to win on a full dry race (he won in Monza last year and at Shanghai this year in the rain if you believed!) as well as the second Red Bull 1-2 this season. The Brawn GP cars were nowhere near the Red Bull Racing team in the race, with Rubens Barrichello finishing 3rd almost 42 seconds down on the Red Bull cars. They were just that fast.....

Then what happened to Jenson Button then? He was all the way down in 6th place, with what is to be said his worse race of the season so far. After finishing on the podium for 7 consecutive races this is definitely a setback for him, but it is kinda funny how last year he was nowhere near as good as he is now. Certainly even with this lackluster performance he did his best to score some points and try to maintain his lead in the overall championship. As for the race itself, this will be probably the last British Grand Prix that will be held at Silverstone as they will move the race to Donnington Park next year. There were a few good battles during the race, and sure will be a race to remember for the years to come.

Don't know about you guys but Silverstone has always been home to F1, and pretty much the longest remaining grand prix circuit in F1 along with Monaco and Monza, Italy and would be a big shame if they don't come back to Silverstone in the years to come. What the hell was Bernie thinking of moving to Donnington Park for....

Anyway, you can read the rest of the race report here and there will probably more news about the ongoing power struggle between FOTA and the FIA in the weeks to come.
Vettel leads second Red Bull 1-2

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