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As everyone pitted for the least durable but faster ultrasoft tyres for the final sprint to the end, the Finn was able to retain his lead. ” an incredulous Vettel asked his pit crew over the radio having switched tyres himself after 30 laps, but the hard fact was that what had worked so well in Vettel and Ferrari’s favour against Hamilton in the opening race in Australia, now appeared to have worked for Bottas and Mercedes.
After a lengthy intervention while debris on the main straight was cleared, the safety car was about to go back into the pits on the 42nd lap when Romain Grosjean crashed his Haas in a curious accident that may have owed something to falling tyre temperatures.
Up front, Bottas headed down the main straight to complete that 49th lap, but ran over debris, and his end was as swift as it was cruel.
The Mercedes’ right rear tyre punctured instantly, and as it ripped itself to pieces Hamilton ducked by to take the victory. "I think this track is difficult, street circuits in general with a lot of crashes will always be an issue, this time it was so unlucky.
Under attack: Georgian soldiers in the town of Gori sprint past a block of flats destroyed by a Russian bomber Georgia’s President Mikheil Saakashvili called for a ceasefire and accused Moscow of mounting an unprovoked invasion that put ‘the entire post-Cold War order of Europe and the world at stake’.
But Moscow said that the conflict could not be resolved unless Georgia withdrew from its breakaway region of South Ossetia.
It is crucial to the world’s volatile energy market and the only oil and gas route that bypasses Russia’s stranglehold on energy exports from the region.
As President Bush led the West in intensifying pressure on Russia to halt the bombing in Georgia last night, the two countries were edging closer to full-scale war over their conflicting claims for disputed territory.
After a day of heightening international tensions, Georgian leaders claimed that the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline, which transports oil from the Caspian Sea to Turkey, had been attacked. Their claims came after Russian jets struck deep into the territory of its tiny neighbour, killing civilians and ‘completely devastating’ the strategic Black Sea port of Poti, a staging post for oil and other energy supplies.“It was a rollercoaster race and I got hit from behind on the first lap and damaged my front wing when I was pushed into Kimi,” he said.“But I was quite happy after climbing back to fifth, then tried to look after my supersoft tyres in the final restart.The alarming developments followed a second day of drama and bloodshed in the pro-Western country in which:• Russian jets widened the offensive by bombing the central Georgian town of Gori – Joseph Stalin’s birthplace – in an attack on military targets that Georgian authorities claimed killed 60 civilians, and attacked the port of Poti.• Georgia claimed that Russian troops had opened a new front by moving into another disputed province, Abkhazia, which has also suffered from ethnic tensions.• Georgia declared a state of war, recalled all its 2,000 troops from Iraq and ordered a mass call-up with reservists being sent to the war zone to ‘defend the motherland’.• Russia claimed that it had ‘completely liberated’ the capital of South Ossetia Tskhinvali – a claim denied by Georgia – after flying in elite troops in an operation Moscow said was intended to force Georgia into a ceasefire.• Georgia claimed to have shot down 12 Russian combat aircraft – but Moscow confirmed that only two planes were missing.• Georgia may pull its 35-strong Olympic team out of the Beijing games because of the Russian military attacks, the country’s National Olympic Committee said.Anguish: A man cradles the body of a relative in the street after Russian planes bomb homes in Gori, killing five people The forces of the two countries first clashed on Friday after Moscow sent hundreds of troops and armed convoys across the border into South Ossetia to repel a Georgian attack on rebels allied to Moscow.
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Ricciardo was running only inches behind and moving to overtake, when they collided heavily and slid into retirement in the escape road in Turn 1. "Both drivers should have enough brain to avoid such an accident. "Things get discussed behind closed doors, but the drivers at the end of the day drive for a team and they both recognise that they have screwed up today.” Both men were later issued with a reprimand by the race stewards.