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Season's Second Consecutive Victory By Sebestian Vettel at Bahrain GP

Season's Second Consecutive Victory By Sebestian Vettel at Bahrain GP

Snapshot: The Bahrain Grand Prix witnessed the second consecutive victory of the Red bull’s Sebestian Vettel with 25 points, in the Formula one racing on April 21

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The Bahrain Grand Prix witnessed the second consecutive victory of the Red bull’s Sebestian Vettel with 25 points, in the Formula one racing on April 21. Kimmy Raikkonen came the second, following Sebestian Vettel, and Romain Grosjean came the third,both being the Lotus sponsored race men, in the thrilling race. This victory is Vettel’s 28th victory in his career and the second victory in this year. He had already gained three consecutive F1 victories and has a chance to match Fangio’s and Schumaker’s record of winning four straight victories.

According to Sebestian, the race was fantastic and seamless from start to finish. He also said that the race was a good fun at the beginning with some very tight wheel to wheel racing. Sebestian finished the race in a time of 1:36:00.498, with an average of 192.632 mph. Kimmy who finished second was lagging 9.111 seconds to finish the race than Sebestian. He displayed an average speed of 192.327 mph. Sebestian started the second at the race, while Kimmy started at position 9 and Romain at the 11th. Romain lagged behind Sebestian with 19.507 seconds to reach the finishing line. Kimmy worked a two stop strategy and threatened Sebestian when the finish line was nearing and made the race breathtaking.

Mark Weber, another red bull driver, finished his 200th Grand Prix coming seventh in the race. He lost a very close battle with Lewis Hamilton due to faded tyres in the last lap. Sergio Perez and Lewis drove past Mark at the time and pushed him to the seventh place. According to Mark, the start was not too bad and the second stint was the real disaster. Both Ferrari drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa faced problems in the early stage of the race and dropped out. Paul di Resta grabbed the fourth position driving a Force India. He finished matching his best finish at Singapore. Lewis Hamilton driving a Mercedes reached the finish line on fifth position.

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