Race
  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Webber AUS Red Bull 66 1
2 Alonso ESP Ferrari 66 1
3 Vettel GER Red Bull 66 2
4 Schumacher GER Mercedes 66 1
5 Button GBR McLaren 66 1
6 Massa BRA Ferrari 66 1
7 Sutil GER Force India 66 1
8 Kubica POL Renault 66 1
9 Barrichello BRA Williams 65 1
10 Alguersuari ESP Toro Rosso 65 2
11 Petrov RUS Renault 65 1
12 Kobayashi JPN BMW Sauber 65 1
13 Rosberg GER Mercedes 65 2
16 Hülkenberg GER Williams 64 2
17 Trulli ITA Team Lotus 63 1
18 Glock GER Virgin 63 1
19 di Grassi BRA Virgin 62 1
Retirement
Hamilton FL GBR McLaren 64 1
Liuzzi ITA Force India 64 1
Buemi SUI Toro Rosso 42 4
mechanical Chandhok IND HRT 27 1
puncture de la Rosa ESP BMW Sauber 18 2
gearbox Kovalainen FIN Team Lotus 0 0
spun off Senna BRA HRT 0 0

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Webber picks up some extra rubber on his tyres on his slowing down lap to make sure he is over the minimum weight. And punches the air as he climbs out of his car in Parc Ferme.

Alonso gets a huge cheer from the home crowd as he steps out of his car.

So, certainly not as boring a race as we feared but Red Bull's dominance, in Webber's hands at least, was undeniable.

Thank you for joining us, keep checking ESPNF1 for all the post-race reaction and we'll be back in a week's time for the Monaco Grand Prix. Don't forget, the first practice session starts on Thursday not Friday.

Lap 66

Webber now on his final lap and should win with ease from Alonso and Vettel. The Spanish crowd are loving it.

chequered Webber wins the Spanish Grand Prix, a fantastic race by him and Alonso comes through for second.

Vettel takes the final step on the podium, nursing that car home.

Liuzzi stops on the final lap but was out of the points. Schumacher fourth, Button fifth, Massa sixth.

Alguersuari picks up the last point in front of his home crowd.

Lap 65

Hamilton off at turn 3 due to a puncture. It was that left front tyre I pointed out earlier, it let go mid corner with just one lap remaining. He's in the barriers but ok.

Lap 64

Schumacher looks comfortable in fifth now. Button is more likely to come under pressure from Massa in the closing stages, than make a pass on the Mercedes.

Lap 63

Vettel is using the gears to engine brake the car into corners. But his laps are only about 2 seconds slower than the front runners.

Lap 62

Vettel runs wide at turn 10 as the car struggles under braking. He's told the situation is critical. And is taking it very easily now.

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  • Virgin test driver Andy Soucek in the paddock, European Grand Prix, Valencia, Spain, June 26, 2010 Lewis Hamilton celebrates victory on his return to the pits, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 13, 2010 Mark Webber kisses his car after his first victory of the season, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010 Mark Webber celebrates in style, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010
  • Tonio Liuzzi with his foot to the floor, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010 Tonio Liuzzi gets suited up ahead of the race, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010 Fernando Alonso in front of his home fans, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010 The remains of Lewis Hamilton's McLaren after his accident on the penultimate lap, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010
  • Lewis Hamilton's front left tyre after his crash, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010 Felipe Massa finished a disappointing sixth, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010 The Red Bulls lead at the start, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010 Mark Webber celebrates with his team, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 9, 2010