Motor racing-Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix result

Mon Apr 23, 2012 12:04am IST

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April 22 (Infostrada Sports) - Result of the Formula One
Bahrain Grand Prix at the Bahrain International Circuit on
Sunday.  
1.   Sebastian Vettel (Germany)   RedBull-Renault    1:35:10.990
  
2.   Kimi Raikkonen (Finland)     Lotus - Renault     +00:03.333
   
3.   Romain Grosjean (France)     Lotus - Renault      00:10.194
    
4.   Mark Webber (Australia)      RedBull - Renault    00:38.788
    
5.   Nico Rosberg (Germany)       Mercedes             00:55.460
    
6.   Paul Di Resta (Britain)      Force India-Mercedes 00:57.543
    
7.   Fernando Alonso (Spain)      Ferrari              00:57.803
    
8.   Lewis Hamilton (Britain)     McLaren              00:58.984
    
9.   Felipe Massa (Brazil)        Ferrari              01:04.999
    
10.  Michael Schumacher (Germany) Mercedes             01:11.490
    
11.  Sergio Perez (Mexico)        Sauber - Ferrari     01:12.702
    
12.  Nico Huelkenberg (Germany)   Force India-Mercedes 01:16.539
    
13.  Kamui Kobayashi (Japan)      Sauber - Ferrari     01:30.334
    
14.  Jean-Eric Vergne (France)    Toro Rosso - Ferrari 01:33.723
    
15.  Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) Toro Rosso - Ferrari   1 lap 
16.  Vitaly Petrov (Russia)       Caterham - Renault     1 lap 
17.  Heikki Kovalainen (Finland)  Caterham - Renault     1 lap 
18r. Jenson Button (Britain)      McLaren                2 laps 
19.  Timo Glock (Germany)         Marussia - Cosworth    2 laps 
20.  Pedro de la Rosa (Spain)     HRT - Cosworth         2 laps 
21.  Narain Karthikeyan (India)   HRT - Cosworth         2 laps 
22r. Bruno Senna (Brazil)         Williams - Renault     3 laps 
r.   Pastor Maldonado (Venezuela) Williams - Renault    32 laps 
     
r.   Charles Pic (France)         Marussia - Cosworth   33 laps 
     
(rank: r = retired, nc = not classified)  
Fastest Lap: Sebastian Vettel,1:36.379, lap 41.
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