Sunday , 26 May 2019
Since turn one, Vettel led every lap and won the race by a full 30 seconds. That takes him up to seven consecutive race wins.

Post-race Statistics of the 2013 Abu Dhabi GP

Since turn one, Vettel led every lap and won the race by a full 30 seconds. That takes him up to seven consecutive race wins.

Vettel is only the third man to win seven consecutive races, Alberto Ascari being the first and Michael Schumacher the second. Mark Webber started the race from pole position, equalling Jack Brabham’s Australian record of 13 F1 pole positions, and finished the race in second. This gave Red Bull their 15th 1-2 finish. Nico Rosberg finished on the podium again and Fernando Alonso took the fastest lap.

Kimi Raikkonen retired on the first lap after being excluded from qualifying and starting the race in 22nd place. This was his first first lap retirement since the 2006 United States GP. Much like in India, Sutil opted for a one stop strategy, taking him up seven places, from 17th on the grid to 10th.

Mark Webber has finally reached 1000 points in F1, only the sixth man to do so and the first non-European.

ChampPosAbuDhabi

Absolutely nothing has changed, nothing, no changes in the Constructors’ either.

DriverPointsAbuDhabi

abudhabiracepos

Pos Driver Team Points Laps Fastest Lap Grid

1

Sebastian Vettel Red Bull

25

55

01:43.893

2

2

Mark Webber Red Bull

18

55

01:44.364

1

3

Nico Rosberg Mercedes

15

55

01:44.458

3

4

Romain Grosjean Lotus

12

55

01:44.301

6

5

Fernando Alonso Ferrari

10

55

01:43.434

10

6

Paul di Resta Force India

8

55

01:45.786

11

7

Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

6

55

01:45.463

4

8

Felipe Massa Ferrari

4

55

01:45.447

7

9

Sergio Perez McLaren

2

55

01:45.435

8

10

Adrian Sutil Force India

1

55

01:45.609

17

11

Pastor Maldonado Williams

0

55

01:45.530

14

12

Jenson Button McLaren

0

55

01:46.336

12

13

Esteban Gutierrez Sauber

0

55

01:45.974

16

14

Nico Hulkenberg Sauber

0

54

01:45.570

5

15

Valtteri Bottas Williams

0

54

01:44.351

15

16

Daniel Ricciardo Toro Rosso

0

54

01:46.042

9

17

Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso

0

54

01:44.517

13

18

Giedo van der Garde Caterham

0

54

01:46.592

18

19

Charles Pic Caterham

0

54

01:46.432

19

20

Jules Bianchi Marussia

0

53

01:47.619

21

21

Max Chilton Marussia

0

53

01:47.707

20

RET

Kimi Raikkonen Lotus

0

22

 

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