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Sepang 2007 (Fernando Alonso)

1. Fernando Alonso (Spa/McLaren)

2. Lewis Hamilton (GB/McLaren)
3. Kimi Raikkonen (Fin/Ferrari)
4. Nick Heidfeld (Ger/Mercedes)
5. Felipe Massa (Bra/Ferrari)
6. Giancarlo Fisichella (Dui/Renault)
7. Jarno Trulli (Ita/Toyota)
8. Heikki Kovalainen (GER/Toyota)
9. Ralf Schumacher (GER/Toyota)
10. M. Webber (Aus/Honda) 1 lap
11. R. Barrichello (Bra/Honda) 1 lap
12. J. Button (GB/Honda) 2 lapn
13. T. Sato(Jap/Super Aguri) 2 lapn
14. S. Speed(US/Torro Rosso - Ferrari) 3 lapn
15. R. Schumacher (Ger/Toyota) 1 lap
16. A. Davidson (GB/Super Aguri) 1 lap
17. V. Liuzzi (Ita/Torro Rosso - Ferrari) 1lap
18. R. Kubica (Pol/BMW) 1 lap

Reigning world champion Fernando Alonso secured his first victory for McLaren as he claimed a pillar to post win in the Malaysian Grand Prix.

Alonso, in his second race for the English team, led home Lewis Hamilton for a McLaren one-two to secure their first win since Japan in October 2005. Briton Hamilton, 22, held off a late charge from Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen.

Fourth place went to Nick Heidfeld in the BMW, followed by Felipe Massa in the second Ferrari in fifth, Giancarlo Fisichella in the Renault in sixth, Jarno Trulli in the Toyota in seventh and rookie Heikki Kovalainen taking his first point in eighth place.

Rubens Barrichello started his Honda from the pitlane after an engine change.

At the start Alonso passed polesitter Massa into the first corner, while Hamilton went from fourth on the grid to take second place. The order was Alonso, Hamilton, Massa, Raikkonen, Heidfeld, Kubica, Rosberg, Fisichella, Trulli and Webber in tenth.
On lap 6 Massa attempted to pass Hamilton, but overshot the corner and had an off-track excursion, dropping behind Raikkonen and Heidfeld to slot into fifth place.
David Coulthard retired his car in the pits with a brake problem from 11th position. On lap 43 Nico Rosberg retired with smoke coming from his car from sixth position.

Alonso comes round the final turn and weaves left to right to claim his first win for McLaren. Hamilton hangs on to second by the skin of his teeth ahead of Raikkonen with Nick Heidfeld in fourth. Alonso comes over the radio and says: "It's been a tough weekend but thank you very much. We did it."

Year Driver Team Km/h Pitstops Time
2007 Fernando Alonso McLaren 310,4 2 1:30:40.529
2006 Giancarlo Fisichella Renault 310,4 2 1:30:40.529
2005 Fernando Alonso Renault 315,7 2 1:31:33.736
2004 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 315,7 3 1:31:07,490
2003 Kimi Raikkonen McLaren 309,9 2 1:32:22,195
2002 Ralf Schumacher Williams 308,4 1 1:34:12,912
2001 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 304,7 2 1:47:34,801
2000 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 297,6 2 1:35:54,235
1999 Eddie Irvine Ferrari 1:36:38,494


Pos. Driver Team Time/retire
1 F. Alonso Mc Laren/ Mercedes 1h32m14.930
2 L. Hamilton Mc Laren/ Mercedes +17.5
3 K. Raikkonen Ferrari +18.3
4 N. Heidfeld BMW +33.7
5 F. Massa Ferrari +36.7
6 G. Fisichella Renault +1.05.6
6 J. Trulli Toyota +1.05.6
7 H. Kovalainen Renault +1.10.1
8 R. Schumacher Toyota +1.12.0
9 A. Wurz Williams/ Toyota +1.29.9
10 M. Webber Honda +1.33.5
11 R. Barrichello Honda +1 lap
12 J. Button Honda +1 lap
13 T. Sato Super Aguri +1 lap
14 S. Speed Toro Rosso/ Ferrari +1 lap
15 R. Schumacher Toyota +1 lap
16 A. Davidson Super Aguri +1 lap
17 V. Liuzzi Toro Rosso/ Ferrari +1 lap
18 R. Kubica BMW +1 lap
R N. Rosberg Williams/Toyota 42
R D. Coulthard Red Bull/ Renault 26
R C. Albers Spyker/ Ferrari 7
R A. Sutil Spyker/ Ferrari 0

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