Race
  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Vettel GER Red Bull 66 4
2 Hamilton FL GBR McLaren 66 4
3 Button GBR McLaren 66 3
4 Webber AUS Red Bull 66 4
5 Alonso ESP Ferrari 65 4
6 Schumacher GER Mercedes 65 3
7 Rosberg GER Mercedes 65 3
8 Heidfeld GER Renault 65 3
9 Perez MEX Sauber 65 3
10 Kobayashi JPN Sauber 65 3
11 Petrov RUS Renault 65 3
12 di Resta GBR Force India 65 3
13 Sutil GER Force India 65 3
14 Buemi SUI Toro Rosso 65 3
15 Maldonado VEN Williams 65 4
16 Alguersuari ESP Toro Rosso 64 4
17 Barrichello BRA Williams 64 4
18 Trulli ITA Team Lotus 64
19 Glock GER Virgin 63 3
20 d'Ambrosio BEL Virgin 62 3
21 Karthikeyan IND HRT 61
Retirement
gearbox Massa BRA Ferrari 58 3
accident Kovalainen FIN Team Lotus 48
Liuzzi ITA HRT 28 1

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The German and Austrian national anthems ring out for the fourth time this season followed by the customary champagne spraying.

Lap 66

Vettel celebrates with his father and team as Hamilton and Button share stories before heading to the podium. Vettel looks as ecstatic as he has been at any race this season.

Vettel wins by 0.6 seconds ahead of Hamilton after a brilliant final few laps.

Button crosses the line 35 seconds behind Hamilton and on a three-stop strategy. Webber takes fourth after starting on pole and Alonso takes fifth.

Schumacher held team-mate Rosberg off for sixth. Heidfeld was eighth with Perez and Kobayashi rounding out the points positions.

Vettel gets the benefit of a backmarker again on the final lap and holds off Hamilton for the final time into turn one. A brilliant race by these two, but it looks like Vettel is going to come out on top.

Lap 65

Hamilton got closer through sector three on that last lap but then Vettel also got the use of the DRS thanks to a back marker. The next lap will be Hamilton's last chance.

Lap 64

Vettel does not have KERS again so the McLaren has a straight-line speed advantage while the Red Bull is faster in the corners.

Lap 63

Hamilton tends to be matching Vettel in sector one, losing time in sector two but then gaining a bit back with the DRS down the pit straight.

Lap 62

Hamilton has the gap at 0.7 seconds but appears to be dropping off the pace. Having said that he's still got the Red Bull in his sights on the pit straight.

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  • Adrian Sutil and Nick Heidfeld arrive in the paddock, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 22, 2011 New Lotus technical director Mark Smith talks to Red Bull's Paul Monaghan on the grid, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 22, 2011 Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz congratulates Sebastian Vettel on his victory, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 22, 2011 The DRS marker on the main straight, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 22, 2011
  • The DRS marker on the main straight, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 22, 2011 Jenson Button and Sebastian Vettel battle on track, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 22, 2011 A pensive Rubens Barrichello before another disappointing race, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 22, 2011 Tonio Liuzzi leads the battle of the backmarkers, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, May 22, 2011
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