Posted March 23, 2013 on AP on Fox
Three-time defending Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel held off Red Bull teammate Mark Webber in a scintillating battle to win the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday. Vettel, who earlier in the race complained to the team about Webber's slow pace, battled the Australian for much of the day, with the cars almost touching as the German grabbed the lead on the 46th lap for his 27th victory. The surprising run of Mercedes continued, with 2008 champion Lewis Hamilton coming in third ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg. It was a disastrous day for Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, who crashed out of the race on the second lap after damaging his front wing when he bumped Vettel a lap earlier.

Webber takes command in 1st practice

Red Bull driver Mark Webber drove the quickest time in the first practice ahead of Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix, edging Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen as the Australian looks for his first victory in more than six months. Webber, who finished a disappointing sixth at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix last week, outpaced Melbourne-winner Raikkonen by 0.068 seconds. The Finn...

Vettel tops spirited final practice

Three-time defending champion Sebastian Vettel was fastest in the third practice ahead of Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix, beating out Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton and Force India's Adrian Sutil. Red Bull's Vettel edged Hamilton's time by 0.133 seconds. It was competitive final session with nine drivers only 0.514 seconds apart ahead of qualifying later Saturday...

Vettel takes pole at Malaysian GP

Three-time defending Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull won pole position at the Malaysian Grand Prix on Saturday, edging the Ferraris of Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso just as the rain-affected qualifying ended. It was the second pole in a row and 38th overall for the German, who finished third at the season-opening Australian GP last week after struggling with...

F1: Vettel Has Apologized, Says Horner

Christian Horner says that Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber have "never been the best of mates"...

So Much For That Whole Teammates Thing in F1...

((HT: SkySports/F1)) Formula One Racing is known for its politicking, racers who drive in teams and tandem- and are forced to deal with office politics more than the average bear when it comes to getting the job done... Happened again in the Malaysian Grand Prix today half a world away... It looked like Team Red Bull was going to finish one-two with Mark Webber and Sebastian...

F1: No Bull - Vettel Nips Webber For Malaysian GP Win

In a battle of teammates, Sebastian Vettel fended off fellow Red Bull Racing man Mark Webber to triumph in Malaysia...

F1: Vettel Takes Pole In Wet Malaysia

Sebastian Vettel will start the Malaysian GP from P1...
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