Fernando Alonso wins the Spanish GP.

It was not the most spectacular race of the season, but one for the strategies and tyre management. In the end the four stops strategy proved to be the right one at least for Ferrari and Red Bull while Kimi managed his tyres extremely well and finished the Spanish GP in second place. Nico Rosberg, the pole sitter had to yield his position after the first laps and finished the race in 6th position after Mark Webber.

Here are the full results:


Pos. Drivers Teams Time Gap
01. Spain Fernando Alonso Scuderia Ferrari 1:32.611
02. Finland Kimi Raikkonen Lotus F1 1:30.141 9.300
03. Brazil Felipe Massa Scuderia Ferrari 1:31.305 26.000
04. .Deutschland Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing 1:30.455 38.200
05. Australia Mark Webber Red Bull Racing 1:29.073 47.900
06. Deutschland Nico Rosberg Mercedes AMG Petronas 1:28.126 68.000
07. United Kingdom Paul di Resta Sahara Force India 1:27.932 68.900
08. United Kingdom Jenson Button Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:30.808 79.500
09. Mexico Sergio Perez Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:31.557 81.700
10. Australia Daniel Ricciardo Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:31.321 1 lap
11. Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez Sauber F1 1:31.176 1 lap
12. United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes AMG Petronas 1:29.458 1 lap
13. Deutschland Adrian Sutil Sahara Force India 1:29.009 1 lap
14. Venezuela Pastor Maldonado Williams F1 1:28.871 1 lap
15. Deutschland Nico Hulkenberg Sauber F1 1:28.003 1 lap
16. Finland Valtteri Bottas Williams F1 1:32.008 1 lap
17. France Charles Pic Caterham F1 Team 1:33.103 1 lap
18. France Jules Bianchi Marussia F1 1:32.915 2 laps
19. United Kingdom Max Chilton Marussia F1 1:33.602 2 laps
20. France Jean-Eric Vergne Scuderia Toro Rosso RETIRED 14 laps
21. Holland Giedo van der Garde Caterham F1 Team RETIRED 45 laps
22. France Romain Grosjean Lotus F1 RETIRED 58 laps


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