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For the second successive race the build-up was all about the weather. When will the rain arrive, and how heavy will it be? As it turned out, those folk in the paddock about an hour before the lights went out were the only ones to get wet. The clouds cleared, the sun appeared and Sebastian Vettel disappeared off into the distance.
Vettel didn’t make the best start from pole position but was still ahead under braking for the Rettifilio chicane. The Red Bull driver locked up and somehow made the corner amid a plethora of white smoke. Felipe Massa rocketed off the line and was up to second, while Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso rounded out the top four. Nico Hulkenberg,...
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