Bahrain Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel becomes fourth winner in four races

Bahrain race zone: Vettel becomes fourth winner in four races

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21:32 GMT, 22 April 2012

Sebastian Vettel's victory saw him become the fourth different winner in the four races so far.

The last time this happened was in 2003, when David Coulthard, Kimi Raikkonen, Giancarlo Fisichellav and Michael Schumacher topped the podium.

All smiles: Victorious Vettel celebrates the win in Bahrain

All smiles: Victorious Vettel celebrates the win in Bahrain

French cheer at last

After finishing third, Romain Grosjean became the first Frenchman to visit a Formula One podium since Jean Alesi was third at the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix.

Swiss-born Grosjean also led a grand prix for the first time in his career during yesterday's race.

Allez! Grosjean is the first Frenchman to podium since 1998

Allez! Grosjean is the first Frenchman to podium since 1998

Webber feels fourth

Mark Webber had a fourth consecutive fourth-placed finish. The Australian is third in the standings, only five points adrift of Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel.

At this point last season, he was already 38 points behind the double world champion.

Team effort: Webber (bottom right) with the rest of the Red Bull crew

Team effort: Webber (bottom right) with the rest of the Red Bull crew