Two-time champion Fernando Alonso thrilled a massive 95,000 flag-waving home crowd on Sunday when he drove his Ferrari to a dominant victory at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen closed the gap to Sebastian Vettel at the top the drivers standings to four points with a second place finish.
3-time reigning champion Sebastian Vettel started well, overtaking Felipe Massa but was found wanting for pace in the latter stages of the race.
Paul di Resta earned Force India six points with a 7th placed finished and was involved in an intense battle with pole position holder Nico Rosberg.
Driving with great aplomb, Alonso delivered a beautifully-judged performance to win a tactical contest that led to a spectacular Spanish success.
After the race Alonso said: "What a fantastic feeling, you feel the support from everybody, we wanted to do well here in front of our fans, so many people supporting Ferrari."
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