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Sebastian Vettel has no F1 world title

European ordeal last season Formula 1 Grand Prix of Italy at Monza (suburb of Milan) has allowed the German Sebastian Vettel to harvest his eighteenth victory in F1, and take an almost definitive option on a second world drivers' title.

Qualified in pole position, Vettel saw Fernando Alonso pass under his nose into the first corner, but the Red Bull-Renault driver quickly took control to spin in mind. Behind him, the overtaking did not lack, making this very spectacular race. Upon arrival, it was Jenson Button (McLaren-Mercedes) and Alonso (Ferrari), which round off the podium.

At the end of a race again enameled errors but also a good battle with Michael Schumacher, Lewis Hamilton McLaren brings his fourth place, which ote him any hope of winning the title, behind Vettel really being too important. In fact, Sebastian Vettel could be crown champion of the next round of the season, the Singapore Grand Prix in two weeks.

Also mention the sixth place Felipe Massa with Ferrari second (despite contact with Webber, which eliminates the latter) and the ninth of Bruno Senna. Involved in a collision six cars at the first corner, the Brazilian recently promoted Renault has done a very nice ski lift and marks his first points in Formula 1.

In Europe, also disputed the penultimate round of the Intercontinental Le Mans Series prototype cars and reserved for GT. Run a Silverstone (Great Britain) over a distance of 6 hours, the ordeal was won by the crew consists of Sebastien Bourdais and Simon Pagenaud on their Peugeot 908 turbodiesel. They lead the Audi R18 TDI laureate of the last 24 Hours of Le Mans Marcel Fassler, Timo Bernhard has associates.

In NASCAR, it was the twenty-sixth ordeal Sprint Cup 2011, on the oval in Richmond, Virginia. A decisive race for designer twelve pilots qualified to compete for the title. Kevin Harvick (Chevrolet) has wins before Carl Edwards (Ford) and Jeff Gordon (Chevrolet), while in the Nationwide Series, Kyle Busch (Toyota) has two drivers ahead of Roush Racing, Carl Edwards and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. at the finish line.

In Asia, the new circuit Beijing hosted a round of the World Championship of GT cars. The opportunity for Aston Martin DB9 win again, thanks to the duo Darren Turner / Stefan Mucke.

The ultimate World Championship activity last weekend was the Rally (WRC). On a new course, the event which runs Australia has not smiled to favorites, Sebastien Loeb Citroen drivers Sebastien Ogier and. both pilots Citroen are both out of road, handing the victory on a silver platter Finland's Mikko Hirvonen in his Ford Fiesta RS WRC.

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