[Auto House Race] On October 30, the first F1 Indian Grand Prix was officially held. Red Bull driver Vettel, who started from pole position, won the championship easily, McLaren driver Patton won the second place, and Ferrari driver Alonso won the third place. The fastest lap was also created by Vettel, with a result of 1:27.457.
Five red lights went out and the game started, Vettel started and held his position smoothly. Alonso made a mistake and was overtaken by Button. Button then attacked Webber and rose to second place after successfully overtaking. Hamilton was overtaken by Massa and fell to 6th place. Schumacher, who started at 12th place, moved quickly to 8th place.
Many cars behind were involved in collisions, and Kobayashi Kamui directly retired. Perez, Petrov and Di Resta, who used hard tyres, changed soft tyres within 4 laps. Vettel maintained a fairly good pace in the first 10 laps, leading all the way.
On lap 14, Maldonado retired due to a gearbox failure. On lap 24, Massa and Hamilton collided. Massa was sent through the pit lane, while Hamilton's front wing was damaged and replaced. On lap 34, Massa encountered a similar failure to qualifying and retired due to a broken left front suspension.
|F1 Indian Grand Prix final results|
|8||Agursuari||Toro Rosso||+1 circle|
|9||Sutil||Force India||+1 circle|
|12||Little Senna||Renault||+1 circle|
|13||Di Resta||Force India||+1 circle|
|16||Dam Brosio||Virgin||+2 circle|
|20||Massa||Ferrari||Retire on lap 33|
|twenty one||Buemi||Toro Rosso||Retire on lap 25|
|twenty two||Maldonado||Williams||Retire on lap 13|
|twenty three||Glock||Virgin||Retire 3 laps|
|twenty four||Kobayashi Kamui||Sauber||1 lap retired|
Vettel continued to lead at his own pace, there was no competition on the track, and the game ended smoothly. In the end, Vettel took the lead through the checkered flag, Button finished second, Alonso finished third, and Webber ranked fourth. Kobayashi Kamui, Glock, Maldonado, Buemi and Massa, a total of five drivers retired.