Sebastian Vettel wins Malaysian Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel pulled off a daring overtaking manoeuvre against Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber to snatch victory in Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday. Fernando Alonso crashed out, while Force India drivers Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil retired from the race. (All AP and AFP images)
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany led the pack during the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang.
Fernando Alonso of Spain was unlucky in his 200th race as the Ferrari driver was crashed out during the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang.
Lewis Hamilton finished third in his Mercedes. Forgetting that he is now a Mercedes driver, Hamilton was about to take a stop in McLaren pits.
McLaren driver Jenson Button of Britain chased by Red Bull driver Mark Webber of Australia during the second Grand Prix of the season at Sepang circuit
It was not a good day for Force India drivers as both Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil had to retire following some technical problems in their cars.
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany, his team-mate Mark Webber of Australia, and Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain pose together after awards ceremony at Sepang, Malaysia.
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel is sprayed with champagne after his victory by third-placed Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton on the podium after winning the race.
Sebastian Vettel with the winner's trophy after the award ceremony for the Malaysian Grand Prix.