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Sebastian Vettel crowned 2010 F1 world champion

Sebastian Vettel led from start to finish in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to be crowned the 2010 Formula One world champion.

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lewis hamilton,
mark webber,
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sebastian vettel,
Yas Marina

Tomorrow: Top Gear’s live blog from Abu Dhabi

Well, that’s made things very interesting indeed, hasn’t it?

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red bull,
sebastian vettel

Webber wins at the ‘Ring

Mark Webber claimed his fourth grand prix victory of the season and moved to the head of the Formula One world championship standings.

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UPDATE: TopGear does an actual F1 pit stop

Today, I was given a job in a real, live, F1 pitstop. The days of graft paid off and the lads at Lotus gave me a set of overalls, a space-age helmet, and a fire extinguisher.

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felipe massa,
fernando alonso,
ferrari,
jennifer lopez,
jenson button,
Virgin Racing

Alonso: has expensive thumbs

Fernando Alonso has revealed that his thumbs are insured for £9m. The Ferrari driver today signed a new sponsorship deal with Spanish banking and insurance giant Santander, which sees his shortest, fattest digits covered for £4.5m apiece.

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jenson button,
lewis hamilton,
michael schumacher,
sebastian vettel

2010 champ: vote now!

Right. Dead simple question: who’s going to scoop the drivers’ title in 2010?

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jenson button,
lewis hamilton,
mclaren,
renault

Paint wars: Renault vs McLaren

We weren’t expecting to say this, but… damn, isn’t Renault’s 2010 F1 car hot?

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felipa massa,
fernando alonso,
ferrari

Alonso’s horse

There must have been some strong words said last year at Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello by those in charge of F1 things. Pretty much, they sucked.

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