Ferrari man Fernando Alonso extended his lead at the top of the World Drivers Championship by winning the German Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso became the first repeat winner of the 2012 Formula 1 season as he took victory in the European Grand Prix in Valencia. It was another race of high drama from start to finish.
Mark Webber won for the second time round the streets of Monte Carlo, making it three successive Monaco Grand Prix victories for the Red Bull team.
Nico Rosberg converted his maiden pole position into his maiden victory in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix. The Mercedes man led from start to finish in Shanghai, to beat McLaren duo Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton.
Fernando Alonso took a surprise victory as Ferrari put their recent troubles behind them in an action-packed Malaysian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button dominated the opening race of the 2012 Formula 1 season as he claimed a comfortable victory in the Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne Park.
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Jenson Button clinched his third Grand Prix victory of the year but still could not prevent Sebastian Vettel from winning the World Drivers Championship for the second successive year.
Fernando Alonso gave Ferrari their first win of the season, as he capitalised on a pit-stop problem for rival Sebastian Vettel to win Sunday's British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Sebastian Vettel got back to winning ways with a convincing victory at the European Grand Prix on the streets of Valencia. The Red Bull man led from start to finish and moved 77 points ahead of his nearest challengers in the race for the World Drivers' Championship.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel claimed victory at the Monaco Grand Prix for the first time in his career to extend his lead in the Drivers Championship. However, the German was forced to work hard for the win in an incident-packed race in Monte Carlo.
Sebastian Vettel held off a spirited challenge from Lewis Hamilton to secure his fourth victory in five races. Vettel, who qualified in second behind Mark Webber, leap-frogged his team-mate at the start, but was caught napping by Fernando Alonso, who overtook him on the inside of the first corner.