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19 Apr 2009 11:10
Sebastian Vettel won the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday ahead of teammate Mark Webber, handing Red Bull Racing their first Formula One victory.
The German, who started on pole, dominated a race run in torrential rain from start to finish.
Britain’s Jenson Button, who won the first two races of the season in Australia and Malaysia, was third in a Brawn with teammate Rubens Barrichello fourth.
The McLarens of Heikki Kovalainen and Lewis Hamilton were fifth and sixth respectively with Timo Glock seventh in his Toyota and Sebastien Buemi rounding out the points in eighth in his Toro Rosso.
But there was more misery for Ferrari as Felipe Massa failed to finish and Kimi Raikkonen ended in 10th. - AFP
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