Fernando Alonso wins the 2010 Brazilian GP, takes the lead in the championship

Article by Christian A., on November 7, 2010

After an impressive championship, Red Bull finally secured the constructors' title, ahead of the last race of the season from Abu Dhabi, which will going to take place next weekend.

As expected, today’s race from Interlagos meant the battle between Sebastian Vettel, the winner of this grand prix, his teammate Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso.

The bad news is that Vettel took the lead of the race from the start, but he didn’t allow Webber to overtake him, although his teammate has bigger chances to win the title.

This means that next weekend we will have the best race ever, and see who is going to win this championship: Alonso is currently the leader with 246 points, followed by Webber with 238 and Sebastian Vettel with 231 points.

Regarding the race from Interlagos, Lewis Hamilton finished the race on fourth place, followed by his teammate, Jenson Button and Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg.

Rosberg’s teammate, Michal Schumacher, finished the race on 7th position, followed by Nico Hulkenberg, the polo position surprise, and Robert Kubica. Kobayashi did the same normal race, and finished on 9th position, followed by Jaime Alguersuari and Adrian Sutil.

Sebastian Buemi, Rubens Barichello, Felipe Massa, Vitaly Petrov, Nick Heidfeld, Heikki Kovalainen, Jarno Trulli, Timo Glock, Bruno Senna, Christian Klien, Lucas di Grassi completed the finishing grid. The only abandon was from Vitantionio Liuzzi and his Force India-Mercedes monopost.

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