Jenston Button wins as rain halts Malaysian GP

The Sepang circuit in Malaysia faced a torrential tropical storm with 24 laps still left and that made driving impossible and dangerous. The red flag was shown at that moment and race couldn’t start after that. As the race finished without completing 75% of the possible race length only half points have been given to the drivers.
The start of the race was very promising and it expected to be a thriller with lot of overtaking and KERS usage.  Start of the race saw Nico Rosberg taking the lead as Fernando Alonso came from 10 to 3 using KERS.
It was a deserved win for Jenson Button because despite having started badly he took back the lead from Nico Rosberg and Jarno Trulli after they made their first pit stops. And he held his cool after utter confusion the race caused.
Ferrari remain the only one of two teams after this race not to take any points in first two races (other being Force India!)
The race time is well known to be the precise moment of the day that storms habitually take place in Malaysia. The pressure from TVs  mostly in Europe to accommodate better watching hours has played a negative part in the outcome, an issue that needs to be further analyzed & studied in the future.


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