GALLERY: Spanish GP F1 results

Scott 10/05/2015

In pictures: Top 10 finishers in the Spanish Grand Prix. 

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Rosberg leads Mercedes 1-2 at Spanish GP

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All alone: Rosberg led from pole position all the way to the chequered flag in Spain.

Nico Rosberg ended his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton’s winning streak in this year’s Formula One drivers’ world championship on Sunday when he drove to a near-flawless victory in the Spanish Grand Prix.

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The 29-year-old German, who had been beaten by Hamilton in all four of this year’s ‘flyaway’ season-opening races, led from the 16th pole position of his career all the way to the chequered flag, his supremacy interrupted only by his pit-stops.

It was his first win since last November’s Brazilian Grand Prix and the ninth of his career, and trimmed defending champion Hamilton’s lead from 27 points to 20.

Hamilton, who slipped from second to third at the start, fought back with daring and great skill, coupled to a three-stop strategy, to finish behind Rosberg and deliver another one-two for the dominant Mercedes team.

Four-time champion Sebastian Vettel of Germany, who outpaced Hamilton off the grid, came home third for Ferrari ahead of Finns Valtteri Bottas of Williams and Kimi Raikkonen, in the second Ferrari.

Brazilian Felipe Massa was sixth in the second Williams ahead of Australian Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull and Frenchman Romain Grosjean of Lotus. Local hero Carlos Sainz won a late wheel-to-wheel battle with his Toro Rosso team-mate, Dutch teenager Jos Verstappen, to take 10th and then ‘stole’ ninth from Russian Daniil Kvyat in the second Red Bull.

Kvyat finished 10th. It was another day of disappointment for the struggling McLaren Honda team who extended their pointless start to the season.

Spaniard Fernando Alonso retired after a brakes failure saw him narrowly avoid colliding with his own pit crew and Briton Jenson Button finished 16th.

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#360LIVE: Formula One Spanish Grand Prix

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Nico Rosberg took pole in Barcelona.

Nico Rosberg is on pole for the Spanish Grand Prix but can he deny teammate Lewis Hamilton or the ever improving Ferrari in Barcelona? Sport360 has all the updates LIVE right here

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