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F1: Vettil No.1 – Chinese Grand Prix April 20, 2009

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vettelApril 19 2009, Shangai, China: The long wait is finally over for Red Bull Racing. After four years and 75 Grands Prix in the pinnacle of motor sport, the England-based outfit scored their maiden victory at the rain-soaked Chinese GP on Sunday. Pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel of Germany led Red Bull to a sizzling triumph at the waterlogged Shanghai International Circuit. Vettel’s teammate Mark Webber made it a 1-2 finish for the Austrian energy drink backed team thus ending the domination of early-season sensation Brawn GP. (more…)

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F1: Race 2 : It’s Button Again April 7, 2009

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April 5, 2009 Sunday: Britain’s Jenson But-ton splashed to victory in a chaotic, rain-shortened Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday for his second triumph in two races for the new Brawn GP team. Half points were awarded for only the fifth time in Formula One history because only 32 of the scheduled 56 laps had been completed before a torrential downpour turned the track into a lake. With thunderclaps and lightning streaking across the darkened Sepang skies, making driving conditions impossible even behind the safety car, the race was red-flagged and then abandoned. Button, who had again started from pole position after a Brawn one-two in the Australian season-opener last weekend, was leading behind the safety car when officials signalled the halt. (more…)

F1: The Brawn Supremacy : It’s P1, P2 for Brawn GP in the debut Grand Prix March 31, 2009

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Australian Grand Prix- Winners
29 March 2009, Australia: Jenson Button led Brawn GP to an astonishing one-two at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Sunday in Formula One’s most successful team debut for 55 years. The 29-year-old Briton, written off by some as overpaid and overrated after two dismal seasons with Honda, cemented a fairy-tale comeback that left team owner Ross Brawn lost for words. (more…)