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Formula One World Championship – No Change Just Tightening

by F1Fan on July 27, 2010

The Formula One World Championship after the German Grand Prix didn’t change much, at least from an overall positions stand point. Its just got an awful lot closer at the top with Ferrari closing in on McLAren and Red Bull after Ferrari’s one two finish at the Hockenheimring circuit.

Sebastian Vettel third place finish in his home country race allows him to draw level from a points perspective with his team mate Webber, although Webber is still shown ahead of Vettel because he has more actual race wins.

2010 Drivers Championship After German Grand Prix

12Lewis HamiltonMcLarenGB157
21Jenson ButtonMcLarenGB143
36Mark WebberRed Bull RacingAustralia136
45Sebastian VettelRed Bull RacingGermany136
58Fernando AlonsoFerrariSpain123
64Nico RossbergMercedes GPGermany94
711Robert KubicaRenaultPolandl89
87Felipe MassaFerrariBrazil85
93Michael SchumacherMercedes GPGermany38
1014Adrian SutilForce IndiaGermany35
119Rubens BarrichelloWilliamsBrazil29
1223Kamui KobayashiBMW Sauber F1Japan15
1315Vitantonio LiuzziForce IndiaItaly12
1416Sebastien BuemiTorro RossoSwitzerland7
1512Vitaly PetrovRenault7
1617Jaime AlguersuariTorro RossoSpain3
1710Nico HulkenbergWilliamsGermany2
1822Pedro De La RosaBMW Sauber F1Spain0
1919Heikki KovalainenLotus F1Finland0
2020Karun ChandhokHRT F1 Team0
2125Lucas Di GrassiVirgin RacingBrazil0
2218Jarno TrulliLotus F1Italy0
2321Bruno SennaHRT F1 TeamBrazil0
2424Timo GlockVirgin RacingGermany0
25Sakon YamamotoHRT F1 TeamJapan0
last updated Jul 25, 2010
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2010 Constructors Championship After German Grand prix

1Vodaphone McLaren Mercedes300
2Red Bull Racing272
3Scuderia Ferrari208
4Mercedes GP Petronas132
5Renault F196
6Force India47
7AT&T William31
8Scuderia Torro Rosso15
9BMW Sauber F110
10Lotus Racing0
11HRT F1 Team0
12Virgin Racing0
Confirmed teams for the 2010 season
Updated Jul 25, 2010

So the constructors championship is turning into a real three horse race and after the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend Ferrari may be even closer on points if they maintain their current performance.

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Rama July 27, 2010 at 10:58 am


what do you think about Ferrari Scandalonso?
Here in Brazil, we have too much people angry. Ferrari, Fiat and Santander will be boicoted by brazilians F1 fans.
A trap feeling in the air.

F1Fan July 27, 2010 at 12:07 pm

I can understand the Brazilian Fans reaction. I was hoping that Massa would win, he definitely deserved to in my opinion.

Although Alonso was catching him pretty quickly before he was told to let him by. I doubt that Alonso would have been able to overtake Felipe without making a very risky passing attempt. So from Ferrari’s Perspective a guaranteed 42 points is far better than no points at all if Massa and Alonso were to take each other out.

Also Alonso has many more points in the Drivers championship than Massa so from the teams perspective it makes sense for Alonso to get maximum points and increase Ferrari’s chances of winning both the constructors and drivers championship.

Like it or not Formula One is a team sport after all.

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