World Champion Sebastian Vettel won the action-packed inaugural Indian Grand Prix with ease for his 11th triumph this season while home team Sahara Force India earned two points through Adrian Sutil's ninth-place finish here Sunday.
The race began on a thrilling note as cars spun at the first corner itself with Lotus' Jarno Trulli skidding on to the grass just after Williams Rubens Barrichello and Suaber's K Kobayashi clashed.
In the first lap itself, Timo Glock and Barrichello were in the pit lane and Kobayashi was out of the race. While Barrichello managed to resume after the pit-stop, Glock's race ended soon after.In Image: Red Bull-Renault driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany (C) kisses the trophy after winning the Formula One Indian Grand Prix in Greater Noida on October 30, 2011 as McLaren-Mercedes driver Jenson Button of Britain (L) and Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso of Spain look on.Text: Agencies
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