Written by Lahiru Fernando
29 Mar, 2015 | 3:56 pm
Four-time Formula 1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari claimed his first win since Brazil 2013 after winning the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, March 29.
The race win also ended a 34-race drought for Ferrari which extends back to the Spanish GP in May 2013.
Vettel, who started the race 2nd on the grid after qualifying just 0.074 seconds behind the defending World Champion Lewis Hamilton, Finished the race a massive 10.2 seconds ahead of the Brit. The two Ferrari drivers proved Ferrari’s improvement over the winter by finishing the race 1st and 4th. Fellow Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen drove an impressive race as the Finn climbed from 11th position to finish an impressive 4th.
The defending Formula 1 world championship team’s drivers Lewis Hamilton, who is also the defending drivers champion, and Nico Rosberg finished 2nd and 3rd between the two Ferraris.
The two Williams-Martini cars driven by Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa finished 5th and 6th, continuing the team’s consistency.
Formula 1 moves to China for the next race which will take place on the 12th of April at 11:30 AM Sri Lankan Time
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