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F1 makes no sense: Raikkonen leads Alonso and Vettel in Abu Dhabi
Kimi Raikkonen has take the first win of his comeback in a surprisingly exciting Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Raikkonen pulled his way up to second on the first lap after starting from fifth on the grid, meaning he inherited the race's lead when Lewis Hamilton stopped on track with a possible engine electrical problem on lap 20.
The Finn didn't have it easy, however, with the closing ten laps characterised by intense pressure from Fernando Alonso in second place.
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Vettel will start from pit lane after qualifying exclusion
Sebastian Vettel will start from the pit lane for Monday morning's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after Red Bull elected to withdraw his car from parc ferme conditions.
Vettel stopped on track during his warm-down lap after qualifying after his team was instructed by engine supplier Renault to switch off the car.
Red Bull was summoned to the stewards immediately after qualifying where it pleaded its case of force majeure for stopping the car - which the FIA accepted.
Sebastian Vindaloo hot in India
Sebastian Vettel has become the only man to win the Indian Grand Prix (again) to extend his Championship lead to 13 points.
Vettel led off the line from pole and every lap thereafter to to take a dominant win and put one hand on the Championship - while the other pointed to signify another victory.
'It has been an incredible two years for us to come here and win the race,' said Vettel. 'I don't know what it is about this circuit, I really like the flow of it.