Mark Webber Wins Monaco Grand Prix in a Dominant Performance

Dustin H.Correspondent IMay 16, 2010

Update:Michael Schumacher was penalized Sunday after passing on the final lap with the safety car yellow period. Schumacher passed Fernando Alonso and was recieved a 20 second penalty thus dropping him from 6th to 12th in the Monaco Grand Prix.

Mark Webber dominated and put on a stunning performance Sunday from the Monanco Grand Prix on the streets of Monaco.

Webber went back to back with wins, after winning last Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, he lead every lap of the Monaco Grand Prix to score his first win on the famous streets.

His teammate, Sebastian Vettel, was second and now, the Red Bull cars assume the points lead as they are tied for first, going into Turkey in two weeks.

Webber won the pole Saturday in qualifying, while Robert Kubica started on the front row, finished third on Sunday.

Nico Hulkenberg brought out the first yellow crashing in the tunnel on lap two and only a few laps later, World Champion points lead Jenson Button, had a engine failure.

A tough day for Rubens Barrichello in the Williams as he also crashed.

Pedro De La Rosa suffered brake failure ending his day early which Michael Schumacher finished in sixth from Monaco. Jarno Trulli and Karun Chandock were both ok after a scary accident with 2 laps to go, when Trulli went over Chandock's car luckly neither driver was hurt.

Monaco Grand Prix Results Steets Of Monte Carlo

1.Mark Webber

2.Sebastian Vettel

3.Robert Kubica

4.Felipe Massa

5.Lewis Hamilton

6.Fernando Alonso

7.Nico Rosberg

8.Adrian Sutil

9.Vitantonio Luizzi

10.Sebastian Buemi

The Turkish Grand Prix from Turkey can be seen on Sunday May 30th from Istanbul.

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