Red Bull ace makes it three wins out of four in 2011 at the Turkish grand prix
9 May 2011

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel clinched his third victory of the season in the Turkish grand prix.

The German cruised to victory in an untroubled race, with team-mate Mark Webber slotting into second after overtaking Ferrari's Fernando Alonso in the closing stages.

See pics from the Istanbul grand prix

Behind the top two, it was McLaren pair Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton who produced much of the race excitement, with Hamilton battling his way to fourth ahead of Mercedes' Nico Rosber and Button.

Alonso's third place finish was Ferrari’s first podium of the year.

Istanbul grand prix result, 58 laps (all timings unofficial)

1 Sebastian Vettel 1h30:17.5582 Mark Webber + 8.8073 Fernando Alonso + 10.0754 Lewis Hamilton + 40.2325 Nico Rosberg + 47.5396 Jenson Button + 59.4317 Nick Heidfeld + 1:00.8578 Vitaly Petrov + 1:08.1689 Sebastien Buemi + 1:09.30010 Kamui Kobayashi + 1:18.000

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