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The week in numbers: w/e 15/4/12

Rosberg dominated in Shanghai to win his first GP (image courtesy of Wikipedia)

111Nico Rosberg won the Chinese GP in Shanghai, his first Formula 1 win in his 111th race. His father Keke won five Grands Prix from 1982 to 1985, including the drivers’ title in 1982.

3 – The first three Formula 1 races of this season have been won by three different drivers: Jenson Button (Australia), Fernando Alonso (Malaysia) and Rosberg (China). But the championship is led by Lewis Hamilton, who has finished third in each of the three races.

51Neptune Collonges became the first grey to win the Grand National since Nicolaus Silver in 1961, 51 years ago.

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Ruthless Arsenal throw Wolves to the, er, wolves

Wolves 0 Arsenal 3

Bassong sent off 8; van Persie 9 pen, Walcott 11, Benayoun 69

Arsenal knocked ten-man Wolves to the canvas twice in the opening minutes at Molineux and did not allow them to land a meaningful punch before finally administering the knockout blow midway through the second half. Goals by Robin van Persie, Theo Walcott and Yossi Benayoun made this as easy a victory as Arsenal have enjoyed all season, moving them five points clear of third-placed Tottenham. Meanwhile Wolves are nine points adrift of safety with only 15 still available. Terry Connor‘s side are now all but mathematically relegated.

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