Vettel eases to victory ahead of Alonso
Sebastian Vettel eased to victory at the Indian Grand Prix as Fernando Alonso limited the damage to his championship challenge with second place.
<font face='courier new'>[U]<font color='#808080'>Indian GP</font>
<font color='#ff8c00'>Race Results</font>
[/U]</font><font color='#4b0082'>Pos Driver Team Time</font>
1. Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1h31:10.744
2. Alonso Ferrari + 9.437
3. Webber Red Bull-Renault + 13.217
4. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes + 13.909
5. Button McLaren-Mercedes + 26.266
6. Massa Ferrari + 44.674
7. Raikkonen Lotus-Renault + 45.227
8. Hulkenberg Force India-Mercedes + 54.998
9. Grosjean Lotus-Renault + 56.103
10. Senna Williams-Renault + 1:14.975
11. Rosberg Mercedes + 1:21.694
12. Di Resta Force India-Mercedes + 1:22.815
13. Ricciardo Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1:26.064
14. Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari + 1:26.495
15. Vergne Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1 lap
16. Maldonado Williams-Renault + 1 lap
17. Petrov Caterham-Renault + 1 lap
18. Kovalainen Caterham-Renault + 1 lap
19. Pic Marussia-Cosworth + 1 lap
20. Glock Marussia-Cosworth + 2 laps
21. Karthikeyan HRT-Cosworth + 2 laps
22. Schumacher Mercedes + 5 laps
<font color='#008000'>Fastest lap: Button, 1:28.203
<font color='#ff8c00'>Not classified/retirements:</font>
<font color='#4b0082'>Driver Team On lap</font>
De la Rosa HRT-Cosworth 41
Perez Sauber-Ferrari 21
Here is the World Championships Standings after Indian GP:
<font color='#0000ff'><font face='courier new'>[U]World Championships Standings[/U]</font></font>
<font color='#ff0000'>Drivers: Constructors: </font>
1. Vettel 240 1. Red Bull-Renault 407
2. Alonso 227 2. Ferrari 316
3. Raikkonen 173 3. McLaren-Mercedes 306
4. Webber 167 4. Lotus-Renault 263
5. Hamilton 165 5. Mercedes 136
6. Button 141 6. Sauber-Ferrari 116
7. Rosberg 93 7. Force India-Mercedes 93
8. Grosjean 90 8. Williams-Renault 59
9. Massa 89 9. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 21
10. Perez 66
11. Kobayashi 50
12. Hulkenberg 49
13. Di Resta 44
14. Schumacher 43
15. Maldonado 33
16. Senna 26
17. Vergne 12
18. Ricciardo 9
'Better races will come' - Alonso
Fernando Alonso said taking second place at the Indian Grand Prix was part of his game plan in the championship as he hopes Ferrari can up its performance over the final three rounds.
Webber happy with third after KERS problem
Mark Webber said he could not defend from Fernando Alonso once he lost KERS at the Indian Grand Prix, but was happy to hold on for a podium in the final stages.
Vettel 'enjoying the moment' as he continues dominance
Sebastian Vettel says he is "enjoying the moment" as he continued his dominance by taking his fourth consecutive victory at the Indian Grand Prix.
Car must improve for final McLaren win - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton thinks he was in the best form of his season at the Indian Grand Prix and is confident he can win one more race with McLaren if the car is improved over the final three races.
Button rues McLaren's soft tyre paceJenson Button said McLaren's lack of competitiveness was caused by poor pace on the soft tyre at the start of the race.
Schumacher not expecting to end on a high
Michael Schumacher is not expecting a competitive end to his Formula One career after retiring from his eighth race of the season at the Indian Grand Prix with gearbox concerns.
Car was fast enough for a podium - Raikkonen
Kimi Raikkonen felt his car was strong enough to score a podium at the Indian Grand Prix, but said he couldn't find a way past Felipe Massa to exploit it.
Fuel saving prevents Massa fighting McLaren
Felipe Massa believes he could have finished ahead of both McLarens if he hadn't needed to save fuel in the Indian Grand Prix.
Hulkenberg achieves Force India 'maximum'Nico Hulkenberg said he achieved "the maximum" for Force India by scoring points in eighth place in the Indian Grand Prix.
Teams unite behind budget cap proposal
Formula One's teams have stated their support for a new budget cap proposal from Bernie Ecclestone.
French Grand Prix could join 2013 calendar
Bernie Ecclestone has said that the French Grand Prix could be added to the 2013 calendar.
Di Resta perplexed by car problem
Paul di Resta said there is an unknown problem with his Force India which caused him to qualify in 16th place for the Indian Grand Prix.
India 'a real disappointment' for Sauber
Sauber were left frustrated after a pointless outing at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida for the 2012 F1 Indian Grand Prix on Sunday, with Sergio Perez ending up back in the garage after only a third of the race, and Kamui Kobayashi slumping to 14th place after clashing with Pastor Maldonado and then getting stuck behind a Toro Rosso in the final laps.
India puts 'brakes' on HRT
Pedro de la Rosa has revealed he had no warning prior to the brake failure that put him out of the 2012 F1 Indian Grand Prix.
Toro Rosso miss out on points despite eventful race
The two Toro Rosso drivers were in the thick of it during the 2012 F1 Grand Prix of India on Sunday, with Jean-Eric Vergne involved in a first lap incident that sent multiple former world champion Michael Schumacher limping back to the pits, and Daniel Ricciardo having a similar clash with Sergio Perez on lap 20.
Kovalainen's day blighted by KERS outage
Red Bull's Mark Webber wasn't the only driver to be struggling with his KERS system during the 2012 F1 Grand Prix of India at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida.
Vettel denies any Ferrari deal in prospect
Sebastian Vettel has flatly denied that he has signed to race with Ferrari or in 2014, or come to any agreement or understanding with the Italian team that could see him leave his current berth at Red Bull.
Ecclestone: Vettel can be as successful as Schumacher
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone believes that Sebastian Vettel can go on to match the achievements of Michael Schumacher.