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MONZA---Sebastian Vettel s rivals have all but
conceded the Formula One title after the German
driver recorded his sixth victory of the season with
a resilient performance to win the Italian Grand
While Vettel s win at the Belgian GP two weeks
ago was clinical, he was forced to overcome a difficult
start from pole position and gearbox trouble to beat
Ferrari s Fernando Alonso and Red Bull teammate
"The heartbeat was a bit higher in the car and also
the pit wall, because we didn t know what was going
on," Vettel said about the gearbox problem. "I tried
to pace myself a little bit more and control the gaps."
Before the race, Ferrari team principal Stefano
Domenicali gave Alonso two races---the next is Sin-
gapore in two weeks time---to close the gap before
the team switches its focus to developing next year s
car.Alonso is 53 points behind Vettel with seven races
to go and the Spaniard already sounds like he s given
up. Lewis Hamilton is a massive 81 points back in
third with only 175 available.
"We didn t close the gap in the championship,
which is obviously the goal," Alonso said. "We don t
have enough races and we don t have the speed now
to win consecutive races."
Nevertheless, Alonso drove well from fifth.
"It s a fantastic feeling here in Monza. The fourth
year I have driven for Ferrari, the fourth time on the
podium," he said. "Every year it s something amazing,
Vettel locked his tires on the first turn as the Ferrari
of Felipe Massa pressured him from behind, but after
that the German consolidated his advantage to beat
Alonso by 5.4 seconds and Webber by 6.3.
"This is the best podium of season, I m very proud,"
Vettel said. "We had problems with the gearboxes
at the end, but I was OK because I had a good cush-
Monza is the home race for Ferrari fans and there
were loud jeers when Vettel was on the podium.
"You can hear the difference when you don t win
here in a red suit but it means you have done well
and beaten the red men (of Ferrari)," Vettel said. "The
more booing we get the better we ve done today. I
don t blame the people to be honest, it s in their
genes. They love Ferrari."
It was Vettel s third career win at Monza---his first
was with Toro Rosso in 2008 and then Red Bull in
2011---his sixth of the season and 32nd overall, moving
him level with Alonso s total wins.
He was more emotional than usual, shaking his
head vigorously in celebration and letting out his
trademark high-pitched whoop as he celebrated his
third win in the past four races, then pumping his
fist several times as he walked up the podium steps.
Massa finished fourth ahead of German drivers
Nico Hulkenberg---a season s best for Sauber---and
Nico Rosberg, who was sixth on a poor day for Mer-
There was light rainfall before the race, but the
sunshine returned as Vettel started from pole for the
40th in his career and first since the Canadian GP
in June. Roared on by thousands of flag-waving tifosi,
Ferrari had a point to prove and Alonso brilliantly
overtook Webber on the outside and then zoomed
ahead of Massa.
Vettel closes in on fourth title
BUENOS AIRES---The IOC has awarded its
highest honour to Dutch king Willem-Alexander
after he relinquished his membership to focus
on matters at home.
International Olympic Committee President
Jacques Rogge presented the Olympic gold order
to Willem-Alexander during a session in Buenos
Willem-Alexander stepped down after acceding
to the Dutch throne in April. He will likely be
replaced by KLM executive Camiel Eurlings in
an election on Tuesday.
Willem-Alexander, who became an IOC mem-
ber in 1998, said "in no way this means I m dis-
tancing myself from the values" of the IOC and
the Olympic Movement.
The king will remain an honorary IOC mem-
The 46-year-old Willem-Alexander is the
youngest monarch in Europe and the first Dutch
king in 123 years.
New Dutch King
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany, centre, celebrates with teammate
Mark Webber and his team after winning the Italian Grand Prix, at the Monza
Formula One circuit, in Monza, Italy, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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