2009 British Grand Prix

The 2009 British Grand Prix (formally the 2009 Formula 1 Santander British Grand Prix) was a Formula One motor race held at the Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire, England on 21 June 2009. The race, contested over 60 laps, was the eighth round of the 2009 Formula One season. It was scheduled to be the last British Grand Prix to be held at Silverstone, before the event moved to Donington Park for the 2010 season. However, due to Donington being unable to raise the required funds the event returned to Silverstone again in 2010. The race was won by Sebastian Vettel, who started on pole, with championship leader Jenson Button finishing in sixth position.

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