Pictures courtesy Daimler, Pictures of the Qualifying round at Shanghai
Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari
had to be content with a third position on the podium as Mercedes AMG Petronas
teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg took away the first and second
positions respectively in the Chinese Grand Prix held on April 12, 2015.
It was a Mercedes one-two win in
the 2015 Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix, as Hamilton took his second victory of
the season and his fourth in Shanghai. Sebastian Vettel fended off his Ferrari teammate, beating Kimi Raikkonen
to third place.
Williams’ Felipe Massa and
Valtteri Bottas endured a relatively lonely afternoon en route to fifth and
sixth places, while Romain Grosjean took seventh for Lotus.
The youngsters from Sauber
again got both cars into the points, with Felipe Nasr eighth and Marcus
Ericsson tenth. Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull Racing took a hard-earned ninth
place to complete the top ten.
The race finished under the
safety car, which was deployed on lap 54 of 56 when Max Verstappen's Toro Rosso
came to a smoky halt on the pit straight with a suspected power unit failure.
The Dutch rookie had driven another great race and was running eighth prior to
The race took place on a sunny
and dry day at the Shanghai International Circuit for round three of the 2015
FIA Formula One World Championship
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