Jean-Eric Vergne severely penalised for Kovalainen incident in Valencia
Jean-Eric Vergne will drop ten places on the grid for the British Grand Prix after he was handed a double-penalty in Valencia.
Pastor Maldonado penalised for collision with Lewis Hamilton in European Grand Prix
Pastor Maldonado has been given a post-race drive-through penalty for his collision with Lewis Hamilton during the European Grand Prix.
Here are the Revised World Championship Standings
<font face='courier new'>[U]<font color='#0000ff'>Revised World Championships Standings</font>
[/U]</font><font color='#ff0000'>Drivers: Constructors: </font>
1. Alonso 111 1. Red Bull-Renault 176
2. Webber 91 2. McLaren-Mercedes 137
3. Hamilton 88 3. Lotus-Renault 126
4. Vettel 85 4. Ferrari 122
5. Rosberg 75 5. Mercedes 92
6. Raikkonen 73 6. Sauber-Ferrari 60
7. Grosjean 53 7. Williams-Renault 45
8. Button 49 8. Force India-Mercedes 44
9. Perez 39 9. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 6
10. Maldonado 29
11. Di Resta 27
12. Kobayashi 21
13. Hulkenberg 17
14. Schumacher 17
15. Senna 16
16. Massa 11
17. Vergne 4
18. Ricciardo 2
Renault to look into alternator issues after Vettel and Grosjean retirements in Valencia
Renault says it will have to wait until its engines are returned to its base to work out what caused the alternators to fail on Sebastian Vettel and Romain Grosjean's cars in the European Grand Prix.
Michael Schumacher keeps Valencia podium as stewards decide against penalty for yellow-flag DRS use
Michael Schumacher has retained his podium position in the European Grand Prix after stewards decided to not impose a penalty on him.
Paul di Resta rues Force India's one-stop European Grand Prix strategy
Paul di Resta believes that Force India "missed a trick" by persevering with his one-stop strategy in the European Grand Prix.
So, you also upgraded, congratulations on bringing our Bhabi.
Now, for the race some important points that should be noted:
First time in almost a decade all top 4 qualifying drivers runs into some sort of trouble, 3 off the top 4 retires from the race either for mechanical or accidental reason.
First time in almost a decade most of the top 10 drivers runs into some sort of trouble too.
Driver starting from 11th wins the race, while driver on 12th finish 3rd again after a long long time even nearly 2 decades.
It was the last time a European GP was held, from next season there will be no European GP, while this is the last time Spain holds 2 races in the season from next year Barcelona and Valencia Street Circuit will alternate Spanish GP. Valencia will return to the F1 season in 2014.
And last but not least, a track which has the reputation of providing boring race gives until now the best race of the season in the dry. Now after 8 races Monaco is the only race which was boring with no overtaking and no other type of action.
What happens to Vettel, I can't see the race because of some technical problem with the TV cable connection. He said that the engine stalls so is it possible that Vettel just did what Mansell did in Montreal in 91.