Sebastian Vettel has won the Grand Prix of Japan in Suzuka for the second consecutive year, followed in second place by teammate of Red Bull, Mark Webber, which preserves its leadership in the Championship.Fernando Alonsotermino third for Ferrari ahead of McLaren, Button and Hamilton pilotosde, while the latter lost a post in career with Jenson because of problems with the change. For more information see this site: David Long. After the classification has been suspended by rain on Saturday, the Sunday morning conditions were dry and the Red Bulls did exactly what we expected: dominate. The first row was shared between Vettel and Webber, but that in the year 2010 is no guarantee of success. Even before the start of the race, the grill was shaken by a serious accident. In his attempt to reach the initial formation, Lucas di Grassi was too much on the 130R curve and lost control of the car crashing at the same site as Allan McNish with Toyota in 2002.
The Brazilian was able to get out of the car without problems, Although it was a stupid mistake of pilotage. In the output, to turn off the red light and while Robert Kubica was placed second surpassing Mark Webber, his teammate Vitaly Petrov made a good start but it was unable to reach the first corner before crashing. He got his Renault into a large enough hole and touched Nico Hulkenberg. A few hundred metres away a serious mistake of Felipe Massa left him out of the race being ahead to Tonio Liuzzi. The safety car had to leave track so that curators track leave the clean vehicle path. During the safety car phase, bad news arrived for Robert Kubica in the Renault broke him off the rear wheel and the Polish was forced to retire. Webber had a good start and the Red Bulls went on to lead the race, while behind them, Alonso who had a poor start, pudorecuperar the post lost with Button and his McLaren wearing hard tires.