Red Bull Dominates Monaco Grand Prix Thanks To Webber

Aussie F1 driver Mark Webber made it two wins from his last two starts in the 2010 F1 World Championship Series as he dominated the Monaco Grand Prix over the weekend.

Taking place at the Monte Carlo Circuit, the event saw many obstacles face all the F1 drivers, including the appearance of the safety car four times.

Webber helped the Red Bull team make it one-two as he led teammate Sebastian Vettel passed the chequered flag.

Starting from the pole position, Webber helped the Red Bull team make it one-two as he led teammate Sebastian Vettel passed the chequered flag.

The two are now level on points at the top of the driver leader board with 78 each, with Fernando Alonso three behind after finishing sixth on Sunday.

Renault’s Robert Kubica did well for Renault rounding out the podium and taking the third spot.

Last year’s champion Jenson Button pulled over under the guidance of the safety car with an overheated engine, which saw him – an obvious contender, out of the race early on.

On the team ladder, Red Bull are now 20 points clear at the top, with Ferrari second and McLaren third on 136 and 129 respectively.

Mercedes’ Michael Schumacher was handed a penalty after the race as he overtook Alonso while the safety car was in action, and therefore had 20 seconds added to his time, which saw him move down to 12th in a disappointing turn of events.

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2010 Monaco Grand Prix Results

Position

Driver

Team

Laps

Grid

Points

1st Mark Webber Red Bull 78 1 25
2nd Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 78 3 18
3rd Robert Kubica Renault 78 2 15
4th Felipe Masa Ferrari 78 4 12
5th Lewis Hamilton McLaren 78 5 10
6th Fernando Alonso Ferrari 78 24 8
7th Nico Rosberg Mercedes 78 6 6
8th Adrian Sutil Force India 78 12 4
9th Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India 78 10 2
10th Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso 78 13 1
11th Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso 78 17
12th Michael Schumacher Mercedes 78 7
13th Vitaly Petrov Renault 73 14
14th Karun Chandhok HRT 70 23
15th Jarno Trulli Lotus 70 19
Ret – Steering Heikki Kovalainen Lotus 58 18
Ret – Hydraulics Bruno Senna HRT 58 22
Ret – Accident Rubens Barrichello Williams 30 9
Ret – Gearbox Kamui Kobayashi Sauber 26 16
Ret – Wheels Lucas di Grassi Virgin 25 21
Ret – Suspension Timo Glock Virgin 22 20
Ret – Hydraulics Pedro de la Rosa Sauber 21 15
Ret – Engine Jenson Button McLaren 2 8
Ret – Accident Nico Hulkenberg Williams 0 11