Renault Wins Malaysian Grand Prix

A hot race ends well for Renault, as Fisichella makes a clean getaway. Toyota is disappointing and BMW improves

It was a Renault one-two on the podium at the Malaysian Grand Prix, the first for the team since it returned to F1 in 2002 as a works outfit, with Giancarlo Fisichella taking the victory from pole position. Teammate Fernando Alonso, who started seventh, worked his way up and beat Honda's Jenson Button for second in the last round of pit stops. In what was an interesting, if fairly sedate, race Button finished third.

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