~2010 Formula 1 World Championship~

POREDAK VOZAČA:
01. Lewis Hamilton 109
02. Jenson Button 106
03. Mark Webber 103
04. Fernando Alonso 94
05. Sebastian Vettel 90
06. Nico Rosberg 74
07. Robert Kubica 73
08. Felipe Massa 67
09. Michael Schumacher 34
10. Adrian Sutil 23
11. Vitantonio Liuzzi 12
12. Rubens Barrichello 7
13. Vitaly Petrov 6
14. Sebastien Buemi 5
15. Jaime Alguersuari 3
16. Kamui Kobayashi 1
17. Nico Hulkenberg 1
18. Pedro de la Rosa 0
19. Heikki Kovalainen 0
20. Karun Chandhok 0
21. Lucas di Grassi 0
22. Jarno Trulli 0
23. Bruno Senna 0
24. Timo Glock 0

POREDAK KONSTRUKTORA
01. McLaren-Mercedes 215
02. RBR-Renault 193
03. Ferrari 161
04. Mercedes GP 108
05. Renault 79
06. Force India-Mercedes 35
07. STR-Ferrari 8
08. Williams-Cosworth 8
09. BMW Sauber-Ferrari 1
10. Lotus-Cosworth 0


01. Bahrain GP 2010: Sakhir - 14. ožujka
Pole Position: Sebastian Vettel
Pobjednik: Fernando Alonso
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Jason Button

02. Australian GP 2010: Albert Park - 28. ožujka
Pole Position: Sebastian Vettel:
Pobjednik: Jason Button
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Jason Button

03. Malaysian GP 2010: Sepang - 4. travnja
Pole Position: Mark Webber
Pobjednik: Sebastian Vettel
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Jason Button

04. Chinese GP 2010: Shanghai - 18. travnja
Pole Position: Sebastian Vettel
Pobjednik: Jenson Button
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Sebastian Vettel

05. Spanish GP 2010: Catalunya - 9. svibnja
Pole Position: Mark Webber
Pobjednik: Mark Webber
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Jason Button

06. Monaco GP 2010: Monte Carlo - 16. svibnja
Pole Position: Mark Webber
Pobjednik: Mark Webber
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Jason Button

07. Turkish GP 2010: Istanbul Park - 30. svibnja
Pobjednik: Lewis Hamilton
Pole Position: Mark Webber
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Jason Button

08. Canadian GP 2010: Gilles Villeneuve 13. lipnja
Pobjednik:Lewis Hamilton
Pole Position: Lewis Hamilton
Posljednji pobjednik (2008): Robert Kubica

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~2009 Formula 1 World Championship~

POREDAK VOZAČA:
01. Jenson Button 95
02. Sebastian Vettel 84
03. Rubens Barrichello 77
04. Mark Webber 69.5
05. Lewis Hamilton 49
06. Kimi Räikkönen 48
07. Nico Rosberg 34.5
08. Jarno Trulli 32.5
09. Fernando Alonso 26
10. Timo Glock 24
11. Felipe Massa 22
12. Heikki Kovalainen 22
13. Nick Heidfeld 19
14. Robert Kubica 17
15. Giancarlo Fisichella 8
16. Sebastien Buemi 6
17. Adrian Sutil 5
18. Kamui Kobayashi 3
19. Sebastien Bourdais 2
20. Kazuki Nakajima 0
21. Nelsinho Piquet 0
22. Vitantonio Liuzzi 0
23. Romain Grosjean 0
24. Jaime Alguersuari 0
25. Luca BadoeR 0

POREDAK KONSTRUKTORA
01. Brawn-Mercedes 172
02. RBR-Renault 153.5
03. McLaren-Mercedes 71
04. Ferrari 70
05. Toyota 59.5
06. BMW Sauber 36
07. Williams-Toyota 34.5
08. Renault 26
09. Force India-Mercedes 13
10. STR-Ferrari 8


01. Australian GP 2009: Albert Park - 29.ožujka
Pole Position: Jason Button
Pobjednik: Jason Button
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Lewis Hamilton

02. Malaysian GP 2009: Sepang - 5 travanj
Pole Position: Jason Button
Pobjednik: Jason Button
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Lewis Hamilton

03. Chinese GP 2009: Shanghai - 19 travanj
Pole Position: Sebastain Vettel
Pobjednik: Sebastian Vettel
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Lewis Hamilton

04. Bahrain GP 2009: Bahrain - 26. travanj
Pole Position: Jarno Trulli
Pobjednik: Jason Button
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Felipe Massa

05. Spanish GP 2009: Catalunya - 10. svibanj
Pole Position: Jason Button
Pobjednik: Jason Button
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Kimi Raikkonen

06. Monaco GP 2009: Monte Carlo - 24. svibanj
Pole Position: Jason Button
Pobjednik: Jason Button
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Lewis Hamilton

07. Turkish GP 2009: Istanbul - 7. lipnja
Pole Positon: Sebastian Vettel
Pobjednik: Jason Button
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Felipe Massa

08. British GP 2009: Silverstone - 21 lipnja
Pole Position: Sebastian Vettel
Pobjednik: Sebastian Vettel
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Lewis Hamilton

09. German GP 2009: Nürburgring - 12. srpnja
Pole Position: Mark Webber
Pobjednik: Mark Webber
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Fernando Alonso

10 Hungarian GP 2009: Hungaroring - 26. srpnja
Pole Position: Fernano Alonso
Pobjednik: Lewis Hamilton
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Heikki Kovalainen

11. European GP 2009: Valencia - 23. kolovoza
Pole Position: Lewis Hamilton
Pobjednik: Rubens Barrichello
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Felipe Massa

12. Belgian GP 2009: Spa-Francorchamps - 30. kolovoza
Pole Position: Giancarlo Fisichella
Pobjednik: Kimi Raikkonen
Prošlogodišnji pobjednik: Felipe Massa

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Sebastian Vettel Biography

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Sebastian Vettel (born July 3, 1987 in Heppenheim, West Germany) is a German race car driver, and the 2009 Formula One World Drivers' Championship Runner-up. He drives for Red Bull Racing.

As of the end of 2009, Vettel holds numerous Formula One records, mostly for being the youngest driver to achieve a certain feat. By taking part in Friday practice for the 2006 Turkish Grand Prix, Vettel became the youngest Formula One driver to drive at a Grand Prix meeting, at 19 years and 53 days. He went on to become the sixth youngest driver to start a Grand Prix and the youngest driver to score points in a Grand Prix. On Sunday September 30, 2007, during the Japanese Grand Prix Vettel became the youngest driver to lead a Formula One race. During qualifying for the 2008 Italian Grand Prix, Vettel became the youngest Formula One driver to secure pole position. He went on to win the race, making him the youngest F1 race winner by nearly a year. Vettel is also the youngest driver to achieve maiden victories for two different teams, and became the youngest Formula One World Drivers' Championship Runner-up in history.


Career

Junior Series
Vettel started racing karts in 1995, winning various titles such as the Junior Monaco Kart Cup (2001). In 2003, he upgraded to open-wheel cars, and won the 2004 German Formula BMW Championship with 18 victories from 20 races. In 2005 he drove for ASL Mucke Motorsport in the Formula Three Euroseries. He was placed fifth in the final standings with 64 points, winning the year's top rookie honours. He did not win any races, but this was largely due to the championship's domination by Lewis Hamilton. Despite this, he tested the Williams FW27 Formula One car on September 27 as a reward for this Formula BMW success. He then went on to test for the BMW Sauber team.
Vettel finished as runner-up in the 2006 F3 Euroseries, behind series leader and team mate Paul di Resta. He also made his debut in the World Series by Renault at Misano, winning after Pastor Maldonado was disqualified. However, at the next round at Spa-Francorchamps, his finger was almost sliced off by flying débris in an accident, and he was expected to be out of racing for several weeks. However, he managed to compete in the Ultimate Masters of F3 at Zandvoort the following weekend, finishing in sixth place. He also set third fastest lap time, and it surprised his ASM team boss Frédéric Vasseur. Vasseur said: "I was impressed for sure, because at the beginning of the week I was sure he wouldn't race! But he showed good pace from the first practice session. I can't imagine he's 100 per cent but at least we know we can be competitive in the next F3 Euroseries round at the Nürburgring next weekend - that's important."
Vettel competed in the World Series by Renault in 2007, and took his first win at the Nürburgring. He was leading the championship when he was called up to Formula One permanently, and his seat was taken by Michael Ammermüller.

Formula 1

2006-2007: BMW Sauber
Vettel became BMW Sauber's third driver at the 2006 Turkish Grand Prix, when former incumbent Robert Kubica was called up to replace Jacques Villeneuve for the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix.
Vettel impressed on his testing debut by setting fastest time in second Friday Free Practice before the race. The young German also impressed on his second testing session in the 2006 Italian Grand Prix, setting the fastest time in both Friday practice sessions, a race weekend in which all the BMW cars were quick, with his predecessor Robert Kubica finishing on the podium in the race.
He was confirmed as BMW's test driver for 2007. Following the serious crash of regular BMW driver Robert Kubica at the Canadian Grand Prix, Vettel substituted for him at the US Grand Prix and started in seventh position on the grid, finishing in eighth position, thanks to Nico Rosberg's late retirement, to take his first F1 World Championship point and became the youngest driver ever to score a point in Formula One (at the age of 19 years and 349 days), a record previously held by Jenson Button – who was 20 years and 67 days old when he finished sixth at the 2000 Brazilian Grand Prix.

2007-2008: Toro Rosso

2007
On July 31, 2007, BMW released Vettel to join Red Bull's Scuderia Toro Rosso team, replacing Scott Speed as one of its drivers from Hungarian Grand Prix onwards. He earned approximately $165, 000 for finishing the season with Toro Rosso. Before the race, it was also announced that Vettel would drive for STR in 2008. His team-mate would be Sébastien Bourdais.
Vettel driving the Toro Rosso STR2 at the 2007 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Vettel strled to keep up with Liuzzi's pace at Budapest, Istanbul, Monza and Spa, and never managed to progress amongst the lower-midfield pack (Toyota, Honda, Toro Rosso, Super Aguri). In the rain-hit Japanese Grand Prix at Fuji, Vettel worked his way up to third behind Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull Racing's Mark Webber, and seemed to be on course for not only his but also Toro Rosso's maiden podium finish. However, Vettel crashed into Webber under safety car conditions taking them both out of the race and prompting Webber to say to ITV reporter Louise Goodman “It’s kids isn’t it... kids with not enough experience – they do a good job and then they fuck it all up.” He was initially punished with a ten-place grid penalty for the following race, but this was lifted after a spectator video on YouTube showed the incident may have been caused by Hamilton's behaviour behind the safety car, which Hamilton was also cleared of.
However, Vettel bounced back to finish a career-best fourth a week later at the Chinese GP having started 17th in mixed conditions. He collected five championship points, making it both his and Toro Rosso's best race result.
Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz believes Vettel will be one of Formula One's big stars in the future. "Vettel is one of the young guys with extraordinary potential [...] He is fast, he is intelligent, and he is very interested in the technical side."

2008
After four races of the 2008 Formula One season Vettel was the only driver to have failed to finish a single race, having retired on the first lap in three of them. In each of these three instances, he was involved in accidents caused by other drivers. However, at the fifth round at the Turkish Grand Prix, he finally saw the chequered flag, finishing 17th after qualifying 14th. In the next race at the Monaco Grand Prix, Vettel scored his first points of the 2008 Season with a fifth place finish, mainly due to the changing conditions. Vettel also benefitted from the downfall of other drivers, such as Adrian Sutil and Heikki Kovalainen. Vettel scored again at the Canadian Grand Prix after starting from the pit lane and having to fight off Heikki Kovalainen in the last few laps for the final championship point. Vettel finished 12th in the French Grand Prix after passing Hamilton at the start. Vettel retired on the first lap of the British Grand Prix after being clipped by David Coulthard and aquaplaning into the gravel trap along with the Red Bull driver. He then bounced back from this by finishing eighth at the German Grand Prix by fending off Fernando Alonso and securing the last championship point after Jarno Trulli went off the track. Vettel then became the first retirement of the Hungarian Grand Prix after his engine overheated during his first pit stop. Vettel impressed many at the European Grand Prix by setting the fastest time in the first practice session and fastest time in the second qualifying session, which was also the fastest overall time in qualifying. He qualified 6th on the grid, and finished 6th, 2 seconds behind Jarno Trulli.
Vettel driving for Toro Rosso at the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix.
At the 2008 Italian Grand Prix, Vettel became the youngest driver in history to win a Formula One Grand Prix. Aged 21 years and 74 days, Vettel broke the record set by Alonso at the 2003 Hungarian Grand Prix by 317 days as he won in wet conditions at Monza. Vettel led for the majority of the Grand Prix and crossed the finish line 12.5 seconds ahead of McLaren's Heikki Kovalainen. Earlier in the weekend, he had already become the youngest polesitter, after setting the fastest times in both Q2 and Q3 qualifying stages, and his win also gave him the record of youngest podium-finisher. Toro Rosso team boss Gerhard Berger said, "As he proved today, he can win races, but he's going to win world championships. He's a cool guy". Hamilton praised the German, stating that this victory showed "how good he is". The nature of the victory and the story of the 21 year old's fledgling career led the German media to dub him "baby Schumi", although Vettel was quick to downplay the expectation the result has brought, particularly the comparison with the seven-time World Champion: "To compare me with Michael Schumacher is just a bit ridiculous...It will be difficult in normal conditions for us to repeat this achievement". He then went on to finish fifth at the Singapore Grand Prix and sixth at the Japanese Grand Prix.
In the 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix, after running second for much of the race, Vettel overtook Lewis Hamilton in the rain for fifth place on the penultimate lap to contribute to a thrilling climax to the season. He nearly deprived the McLaren driver of the championship before Timo Glock slowed dramatically on the last lap (he was strling with dry tyres in the ever increasing rain) enabling both Vettel and Hamilton to pass him, earning the Briton the title.

2009: Red Bull Racing
At the start of the 2009 season, Vettel replaced David Coulthard at Red Bull Racing.
Vettel at the 2009 Japanese Grand Prix, where he took his fourth career win.
Vettel began strongly at the Australian Grand Prix, qualifying third and running in second for the majority of the race. However, a clash with Robert Kubica over second place on the third last lap of the race forced both to retire. Vettel attempted to finish the race on three wheels behind the safety car to salvage some points, but eventually pulled off to the side. He thought that he would be able to attempt this because the yellow flag resulting from his incident forbids overtaking; instead he was given a ten-place grid penalty for the next race, the Malaysian Grand Prix, and his team was fined for instructing him to stay on track after the damage occurred. In Malaysia he qualified in third position, but was demoted down to 13th due to his ten-place grid drop. He spun out of the race while eighth, just before the race was stopped due to adverse weather conditions. However in China he went on to take pole position, the first for the Red Bull Racing team. He went on to win the race ahead of team-mate Mark Webber, again a first for his team, which scored its first victory and one-two finish in the same race.
In the Bahrain Grand Prix, Vettel qualified in third with a time of 1:34.015 and ended up 2nd behind Jenson Button in the race. In the Spanish Grand Prix, he qualified in second but finished the race in fourth, behind his team-mate Mark Webber who finished in third. Vettel won the British Grand Prix after claiming pole position in qualifying. At the German Grand Prix he qualified fourth and finished second, behind his team teammate Mark Webber, who won his first Grand Prix. At the Hungarian Grand Prix Vettel qualified second after an eventful qualifying, but had to retire from the race on lap 30 after his car sustained damage from contact with Kimi Räikkönen's car earlier in the race.
At the European Grand Prix he qualified fourth but had to retire from the race with an engine failure. It was second engine failure for Vettel during the weekend. He finished third at the Belgian Grand Prix, and strled for pace at Monza, finishing 8th at a race he previously won. He qualified 2nd at Singapore, but was given a drive-though penalty for speeding in the pit lane and damaged the diffuser on a kerb, strling to 4th. He subsequently won the Japanese Grand Prix from pole position. During the Brazilian Grand Prix at Săo Paulo, Vettel was knocked out of a completely drenched qualifying after finishing in 16th place.
At the 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix Vettel qualified 16th behind title rival Jenson Button (14th) and Rubens Barrichello (1st) his team-mate Mark Webber qualified 2nd with Adrian Sutil for Force India qualified 3rd. Vettel needed to score at least 2nd place this race to keep his title hopes alive. He finished 4th with Button finishing 5th giving Button the Championship and moving Vettel up into 2nd place. He officially claimed 2nd place by winning the inaugural Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, again ahead of teammate Webber with Button completing the podium. By Button not winning the last race, Sebastian Vettel became the only driver to win races in both the first and the second half of the 2009 season. At the race, he also scored his third fastest lap of the year, drawing him level with team-mate Webber. However, as Vettel had more second fastest laps, he won the 2009 DHL Fastest Lap Award.
On 21 August 2009 it was announced Red Bull and Vettel have extended his contract until the end of the 2011 season.



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