/2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Race Results

2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Race Results

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In the alcohol-free Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi at the newly-built circuit of Yas Marina, German driver Sebastian Vettel finished in the first place following by Aussie Mark Webber, giving Red Bull team a neat one-two finish. This win also confirmed Vettel’s position as the championship runner-up, quit an achievement for this young and talented driver. Jensen Button from Brawn GP, who has already secured 2009 world title, came third following by his teammate Rubens Barrichello. However, the reigning champ Lewis Hamilton who started the race from pole position had to retire early due to a brake problem.

Hit the jump for full race result of 2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix …

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Yas Marina, United Arab Emirates;

55 laps; 305.470km;

Weather: Dry.


Pos           Driver      Team      Time

1. Vettel Red Bull-Renault (B) 1h34:03.314

2. Webber Red Bull-Renault (B) + 17.857

3. Button Brawn-Mercedes (B) + 18.467

4. Barrichello Brawn-Mercedes (B) + 22.735

5. Heidfeld BMW Sauber (B) + 26.253

6. Kobayashi Toyota (B) + 28.343

7. Trulli Toyota (B) + 34.366

8. Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari (B) + 41.294

9. Rosberg Williams-Toyota (B) + 45.941

10. Kubica BMW Sauber (B) + 48.180

11. Kovalainen McLaren-Mercedes (B) + 52.798

12. Raikkonen Ferrari (B) + 54.317

13. Nakajima Williams-Toyota (B) + 59.839

14. Alonso Renault (B) + 1:09.687

15. Liuzzi Force India-Mercedes (B) + 1:34.450

16. Grosjean Renault (B) + 1 lap

17. Fisichella Ferrari (B) + 1 lap

18. Sutil Force India-Mercedes (B) + 1 lap
Fastest lap: Vettel, 1:40.279
Not classified/retirements:

Driver      Team       On lap

Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes (B) 21

Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari (B) 19

Race results from Autosport
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