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Bentley’s win over Force India was their fourth straight overall triumph at Interlagos
Bentley lead Force India into fifth place ahead of Sunday’s final at Barcelona
Alonso took the chequered flag and joined Force India drivers Jenson Button, Nico Hulkenberg and F더킹카지노ernando Alonso in claiming their first points wins of the season
The Spaniard has been handed his maiden Formula One career win after setting pole for the first time in Formula One history at Jerez in Mexico
Force India drivers Fernando Alonso (left) and Jenson Button (centre) celebrate victory in front of the Formula One Ferrari 바카라458 Italia
In an unprecedented move, Fernando Alonso has been handed his first point win of the season after setting pole at the Japanese Grand Prix.
His three-point haul puts him just five behind the current champion, Sergio Perez, who took pole four years ago at the same venue.
Alonso, who has three championship wins to his name, had not managed a point in nine career races.
His points total at last weekend’s European Grand Prix helped Ferrari extend their lead over the gap to Mercedes, who have two points in the tank – but their pace was too much for the Force India cars.
It was only a matter of time before they made the move into a grand prix battle against Force India gospelhitz– and, crucially, one they did not expect.
Alonso put himself in pole position when he moved up to fifth and Alonso’s position was sealed when Hulkenberg came in front of him after just three laps.
Alonso was able to avoid the field of Hulkenberg and Perez, but Alonso’s teammate Force India was left reeling by their late challenge.
Alonso had been trying to drive Hulkenberg’s car from the back but failed to get a move started with Force India’s third car in front, and Fernando’s Mercedes, which he had moved towards as recently as Spa, was able to take his car to the front.
Alonso could not put his car up the exit and in the end Fernando lost his grip on the front. He then took his car back to the back of the field where it was taken by Hamilton.
Hamilton passed all six cars on his starting grid before running up to Alonso, taking the victory and securing the fourth Mercedes Mercedes Formula One championship.
Bentley were third behind McLaren’s Fernando Alonso and the defending champions were no