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Weekend review and results round-up

Sebastian Vettel wins at SepangIt may have been another victory for Sebastian Vettel, but there was little predictable or tedious about the Malaysian Grand Prix, as the new rules and technical tricks came into their own in a race featuring plenty of intrigue and overtaking.

There was controversy too, thanks to the collision between Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton, and subsequent penalties, and a surprise in the form of another Renault podium, this time with Nick Heidfeld.

With the 2011 package still very novel, most of the build-up was dominated by speculation over exactly how the rapidly-degrading Pirellis, DRS and KERS would affect the race, and whether Red Bull would even be able to run the latter.

But while some focused on what Red Bull wasn't using, its rivals were looking closely at what it definitely did have, and planning their own versions of Red Bull's wing set-up.

Most of the non-Formula 1 action came from America this weekend, with dominant wins in IndyCar at Barber for Will Power and NASCAR at Texas for Matt Kenseth. While road course victories are a matter of routine for Power these days, Kenseth's result ended a losing streak dating back to 2009.

Elsewhere, the GT1 World Championship continued at Zolder, where the All-Inkl Lamborghini of Marc Basseng and Markus Winkelhock triumphed in both races.

The F1 sessions

Webber dominates eventful practice

Webber stays on top in second practice

Hamilton tops final Sepang practice

Vettel pips Hamilton to Sepang pole

Vettel eases to Malaysian GP victory

The F1 headlines

Webber confident of no Australia repeat

DRS tipped to work better in Malaysia

Sauber alters legality-check procedure

Horner: Front wing complaints must stop

Renault investigates suspension uprights

Alonso expecting 'difficult' weekend

Hamilton: Red Bull hiding half a second

Di Grassi to be evaluated for Pirelli role

Degradation set to create Sepang thriller

Brawn: Teams may need to copy RBR

Hamilton would accept Vettel pairing

Ferrari working on 'flexible' front wing

Lotus delighted with breakthrough race

Hamilton, Alonso accept penalties

Hamilton backed to bounce back

The motorsport action

IndyCar: Power dominates at Barber

NASCAR: Kenseth takes commanding victory

World GT1: Winkelhock/Basseng win at Zolder

World GT1: All-Inkl Lamborghini wins again

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