2013 JAPANESE GP: VETTEL WINS AGAIN, EXPECTED OR NOT?!?

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel has taken his fourth win in Japan and his ninth of the year, but that hasn’t quite been enough for the German to claim his fourth consecutive drivers’ title as Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso finished fourth in Japan from eighth on the grid. Vettel used a two-stop strategy to defeat his team mate Mark Webber, who stopped three times, and the Lotus of Romain Grosjean, who also stopped twice.

Now haters will hate against Vettel, his fans will glorify his perfect strategy and the truth is only known by Red Bull team. Follows Indian GP in two week time.
JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, SUZUKA
53 laps, 307.471km., Weather: Sunny.

CLASSIFIED:
 P.    DRIVER              TEAM             TIME    
 1. Sebatian Vettel    Red Bull          1h37:06.500
 2. Mark Webber        Red Bull           +    7.100
 3. Romain Grosjean    Lotus              +    9.900
 4. Fernando Alonso    Ferrari            +   45.600
 5. Kimi Raikkonen     Lotus              +   47.300
 6. Nico Hulkenberg    Sauber             +   51.600
 7. Esteban Gutierrez  Sauber             + 1:11.600
 8. Nico Rosberg       Mercedes AMG       + 1:12.000
 9. Jenson Button      McLaren            + 1:20.800
10. Felipe Massa       Ferrari            + 1:29.200
11. Paul di Resta      Force India        + 1:38.500
12. Jean-Eric Vergne   Toro Rosso         +    1 lap
13. Daniel Ricciardo   Toro Rosso         +    1 lap
14. Adrian Sutil       Force India        +    1 lap
15. Sergio Perez       McLaren            +    1 lap
16. Pastor Maldonado   Williams           +    1 lap
17. Valtteri Bottas    Williams           +    1 lap
18. Charlies Pic       Caterham           +    1 lap
19. Max Chilton        Marussia           +    1 lap

Fastest Lap: Mark Webber - 1:34.587                 

NOT CLASSIFIED:
DRIVER                 TEAM           On Lap        
Lewis Hamilton         Mercedes AMG       9               
Giedo van der Garde    Caterham           1
Jules Bianchi          Marussia           1

After 15 Races:                
 Drivers:                 Constructors:             
 1. S.Vettel      297     1. Red Bull         445
 2. F.Alonso      207     2. Ferrari          297
 3. K.Raikkonen   177     3. Mercedes AMG     287
 4. L.Hamilton    161     4. Lotus            264
 5. M.Webber      148     5. McLaren           83
 6. N.Rosberg     126     6. Force India       62
 7. F.Massa        90     7. Sauber            55
 8. R.Grosjean     87     8. Toro Rosso        31
 9. J.Button       60     9. Williams           1
10. N.Hulkenberg   49       
11. P.Di Resta     36       
12. A.Sutil        26       
13. S.Perez        23       
14. D.Ricciardo    18       
15. J.Vergne       13
16. E.Guttierrez    6       
16. P.Maldonado     1