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Webber Becomes First Time Winner in Germany

NURBURG, GERMANY - JULY 12:  Mark Webber (L) of Australia and Red Bull Racing celebrates with his father Alan Webber in the paddock after winning the German Formula One Grand Prix at Nurburgring on July 12, 2009 in Nurburg, Germany.  (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)
Dustin H.Correspondent IJuly 13, 2009

 

Mark Webber is now 130 for 1, as he won Sunday's German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring. Teammate Sebastian Vettel was second, and Felipe Massa in the Ferrari was third. Nico Rosberg and Jenson Button rounded up your Top 5.

Rubens Barrichello, who lead a lot of laps Sunday finished in sixth after a problem in the pits. Brawn GP and Jenson Button lead the points for the constructor's championship and driver's championship going to Hungary in two weeks, which can be seen on Fox.

I'm glad to see a change in F1 with new teams and drivers winning. For so long it was dominated by Ferrari and McLaren, and things have turned but you can be sure they are down but not out and will bounce back.

 

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