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Monaco 2010 - Race result // Webber takes victory, as eleven drivers retire

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Mark Webber led from start to finish, despite several safety car incidents. There were eleven retirees, some from mechanical problems, some rather scary accidents. It was a race littered with incidents, and Michael Schumacher was up for investigation as the race drew to a close.

PositionDriverTime
1Mark Webber1hr 50:00.000
2Sebastian Vettel+0.448
3Robert Kubica+1.600
4Felipe Massa+2.600
5Lewis Hamilton+4.300
6Fernando Alonso+6.300
7Nico Rosberg+6.600
8Adrian Sutil+6.900
9Tonio Liuzzi+7.300
10Sébastien Buemi+8.100
11Jaime Alguersuari+9.100
12Michael Schumacher*+25.700
13Vitaly Petrov+4 Laps
DNFKarun ChandhokLap 71
DNFJarno TrulliLap 71
DNFHeikki KovalainenLap 59
DNFBruno SennaLap 59
DNFRubens BarrichelloLap 28
DNFKamui KobayashiLap 27
DNFLucas di GrassiLap 26
DNFTimo GlockLap 23
DNFPedro de la RosaLap 22
DNFJenson ButtonLap 3
DNFNico HülkenbergLap 1

*Note: Michael Schumacher was awarded a 20-second post race penalty for overtaking Fernando Alonso on the final corner of the Monaco Grand Prix whilst the race was finishing under the safety car. Mercedes has officially appealed the penalty.

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