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Red Bull dominates at Silverstone

It was one-two finish for the Red Bull team as Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber took the first two positions at Silverstone.

This was also the first race this season for Jenson Button to be off the podium after he finished sixth but the Brawn team maintained their podium presence with Rubens Barrichello finishing third.

But the day belonged Red Bull whose drivers completely dominated the race and the result leaves Vettel 25 points behind Button and two behind Barrichello.

In fourth place was Ferrari's Felipe Massa and behind him was the William's Nico Rosberg. Rosberg managed to maintain his fifth place for the last few laps of the race to make sure that Button finished sixth.

In seventh place was Toyota's Jarno Trulli who had started fourth on the grid and in the last points place was Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen who improved just one place from his starting position on the grid.

The defending champion Lewis Hamilton finished 16th and his team-mate Heikki Kovalainen did not finish the race.

The next race will be the German Grand Prix and after a three week it promises to be yet another thrilling race.

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