Review each driver’s race weekend in detail below and vote for who you thought was best.
Vettel’s 11th win means the only driver to have won more races in a season was Schumacher in 2004.
A penalty and another collision with Felipe Massa was par for the course for Lewis Hamilton in 2011.
Felipe Massa had yet another run-in with Lewis Hamilton but kerbs also caused him problems.
Michael Schumacher closed on Nico Rosberg in the points standings.
Sebastian Vettel had his first ever perfect result in the Indian GP.
Toro Rosso and Sauber are now level on 41 points.
Renault have failed to score in three of the last four races.
Force India didn’t hit Vijay Mallya’s original target of a home podium.
Sergio Perez claimed a point despite a penalty, while Kamui Kobayashi collided with Timo Glock.
The Lotus duo blamed HRT drivers for delays in their race.
It was another tough race for Williams.
Daniel Ricciardo had to make an extra pit stop after a wheel hub problem.
Timo Glock had a gearbox problem in qualifying, then was taken out at the start by Kamui Kobayashi.
In the round-up: technical co-operation deals between teams to be discussed this week.
Here’s all the data from the Indian Grand Prix.
Gallery of pictures from the first Indian Grand Prix.
Massa says: “I do not share the opinion of the stewards”.
Sebastian Vettel had the Indian GP under control from the first lap.
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