McLaren lost their race pace advantage in Valencia.
Michael Schumacher admitted his collision with Vitaly Petrov was his mistake.
After a difficult start to the season, Jaime Alguersuari has scored points in the last two races.
An audacious one-stop strategy almost paid off for Sergio Perez.
Eric Boullier said Renault should have done better after starting ninth and eleventh.
Adrian Sutil had a strong run to ninth in Valencia.
Pastor Maldonado’s medium tyre gamble didn’t pay off.
Lotus seemed to slip back to their 2010 level of performance in Valencia.
Glock started well and passed both Lotuses but quickly fell behind them.
While their closest rivals were able to get away with two stops, both HRTs had to make three.
A record 24 cars finished the European Grand Prix – more stats and facts from the race.
Not a spectacular race, but some terrific pictures from the European Grand Prix.
Lap chart, lap times, tyre strategies and more data from the European Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton urged McLaren to make a fresh push on car development.
It was business as usual for Sebastian Vettel in the European Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel extends his lead in the championship, 77 points ahead of second place Jenson Button.
Sebastian Vettel wins the European Grand Prix, followed by Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber.
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Ferrari and McLaren should be able to put Red Bull under pressure in the European Grand Prix.