Hamilton increases lead – full championship points after Silverstone

Drivers’ championship

Position Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 145
2 Jenson Button 133
3 Mark Webber 128
4 Sebastian Vettel 121
5 Fernando Alonso 98
6 Nico Rosberg 90
7 Robert Kubica 83
8 Felipe Massa 67
9 Michael Schumacher 36
10 Adrian Sutil 35
11 Rubens Barrichello 29
12 Kamui Kobayashi 15
13 Vitantonio Liuzzi 12
14 Sebastien Buemi 7
15 Vitaly Petrov 6
16 Jaime Alguersuari 3
17 Nico H?â??lkenberg 2
=18 Pedro de la Rosa 0
=18 Karun Chandhok 0
=18 Heikki Kovalainen 0
=18 Lucas di Grassi 0
=18 Jarno Trulli 0
=18 Bruno Senna 0
=18 Timo Glock 0
=18 Sakon Yamamoto 0

Constructors’ championship

Position Team Points
1 McLaren 278
2 Red Bull 249
3 Ferrari 165
4 Mercedes 126
5 Renault 89
6 Force India 47
7 Williams 31
8 Sauber 15
9 Toro Rosso 10
=10 HRT 0
=10 Lotus 0
=10 Virgin 0

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41 comments on Hamilton increases lead – full championship points after Silverstone

  1. Lols. Interesting Message FRM MARK WEBBER ON TEAM RADIO. nthing like mclaren’s driver thank you, but

    WEB ” “Not bad for a number two driver,” says winner Mark Webber in an explosive message on the Red Bull radio.

  2. and who says Christian Horner treats his driver equally . He replies saying ” You Can Smile Now!” Wow. So that means red bull team will be crying while web smiles?

    So the team principal VET’s Smile more than Web’s .

    • Robert McKay said on 11th July 2010, 15:48

      “So that means red bull team will be crying while web smiles?”

      Only if you’re looking to make it mean that. Didn’t come across like that to me.

    • BasCB (@bascb) said on 11th July 2010, 16:56

      Even the congratulations sounded quite different than in Valencia. Looks like Horner was not really happy about it.

      Who was that with Webber on the podium?

  3. djdaveyp said on 11th July 2010, 14:43

    Awesome! Vettel’s own fault for not giving sufficient space to hammy in first corner.

  4. Oliver said on 11th July 2010, 14:44

    Now that we have Webber ahead of Vettel does that mean that he gets his front wing back?

    • BasCB (@bascb) said on 11th July 2010, 16:57

      You think he even wants it now? Or maybe he tells Vettel to put it up his …

    • bosyber said on 15th July 2010, 15:58

      At least now Vettel was able to give them clean testing data of the wing until that safety car happened, maybe Newey was really the one to decide it should go this way :-p

  5. Haha, It seems its not hammy.. but his own team mate.. WEB seems to force him off… and he loses his nuts, and go way into areas off the driving track.

    . So yea, its So Funny, Karma Probably.

  6. Calum said on 11th July 2010, 14:48

    Mclaren have broken the most points in a season, it was previously Ferrari with 248. Redbull have also exceeded this figure. Although this was always going to happen this season because of the larger total of points given out.

    Lewis Hamilton is currently the driver with the second most points in a season, with 1 more than the 144 that Micheal Schumacher acheived in 2002. However he needs a further 4 points (8th place) to go ahead of Schumachers record point scoring total from his dominating 2004 season.

    • qazuhb said on 11th July 2010, 15:23

      Sadly, this is completely meaningless…

      • Calum said on 11th July 2010, 15:48

        Haha, I know but I love all these kind of stats. Definately meaningless when you get more than twice the amount of points for winning nowadays, and it will all change by the end of the season ;)

        • judo chop said on 11th July 2010, 17:24

          Love it! Also, no driver has ever scored more points when a GP has fallen on the same day as a World Cup Final.

  7. Lewis Hamilton, 2010 Champion!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • TommyB (@tommyb89) said on 11th July 2010, 16:56

      Looks that way, since Turkey he has been flawless. Despite being in a car that has nothing compared the Red Bull’s he’s been right up there. Incredible driver and is becoming the complete package.

      Can only see Webber catching Hamilton now.

      • Steph90 (@steph90) said on 11th July 2010, 17:14

        I’d say he’s been near flawless since well before then. I don’t see him as a complete package yet though, he still doesn’t have that strategy brain although that is less critical now with the new rules and he has the team to do that anyway

  8. Jhonnie Siggie said on 11th July 2010, 15:35

    Since Lewis’ first win, things keep getting better and better in terms of his position in the WDC. He has had some luck in terms of stewarding and comings-together, but no other driver has evolved as a real potential challenger. Webber, Vettel, Button & Alonso are all within striking distance but they are all making so many mistakes while Lewis has been a rock. The reliability issues at RB + no clear #1 driver is really gifting him the chance to stay close till the Mclaren gets better.

    • Calum said on 11th July 2010, 15:49

      All that annoys me is he was cruising in Spain until that ruddy puncture spun him off! He has been very consistent though!

    • Yer I think that as well, if Red Bull can avoid tearing themselves apart they should still win the championsip but Hamilton is the one driver who’s putting in the consistant results and looks like winning the title unfortunately.

      Can’t believe how Alonso’s title charge has fallen apart, appaling luck and some uncharacteristic mistakes mean he needs a blinding second half of the season.

      • Steph90 (@steph90) said on 11th July 2010, 16:32

        “Can’t believe how Alonso’s title charge has fallen apart, appaling luck and some uncharacteristic mistakes mean he needs a blinding second half of the season”

        Painful to watch Ads. Hope he and Ferrari come good for us soon.

        RBR should really walk this title but they’re giving themselves a headache. If they don’t get on top of things soon it could be Mclaren 07 again. Squabbling, losing focus and ultimately losing a title or two.

        • BasCB (@bascb) said on 11th July 2010, 16:59

          I just hope Alonso does grit his teeth and do like he did in 2006 to clinch the WDC, that would be an amazing come back drive from Ferrari and Alonso.

          But i would be happy even if they got Alonso to end it in 3rd behind Webber and Hamilton this year if they take the battle to a 3 man fight in the last couple of races.

          • bosyber said on 15th July 2010, 16:02

            After the last few races, Ferrari keeping third in WCC and Alonso getting 3rd in WDC seem like the best they can hope for. Merc. have gained quite a bit on them this race, and they are both more than three full race wins away from Red Bull & McLaren.

            They really need to do well in Germany, but that was what they needed to have in the UK already.

        • sato113 (@sato113) said on 11th July 2010, 17:00

          Massa didn’t seem too pleased with Alonso in his post race interview on the bbc.

        • bosyber said on 15th July 2010, 15:52

          Very difficult to watch, indeed. I also hated seeing Alonso and Massa clash. Massa yet again bad first lap due to contact, and race gone. He needs to be more careful. Really wish Alonso had given Massa more space, and just given that position back to Kubica. I guess he was hoping for a save like Hamilton had for Valencia and the stewards were not liking that.

          It is sad, now Ferrari seem to have the speed to get good points, but they can’t seem to get a clean race. Alonso does seem a more than a bit frustrated, and Massa too, some of it with Alonso – not a happy team.

  9. TMAX said on 11th July 2010, 16:19

    Ask Lewis Hamilton How Sebastian Vettel feels today and Ask Fernando Alonso How Mark Webber feels today :)

    • BasCB (@bascb) said on 11th July 2010, 17:01

      I did have a feeling of deja vu. Only then Alonso was not supported by the drivers and had less to base his feeling of the team being biased on.

      Look at the way Hamilton hugged Webber and Alonso gave him a hearty handshake. Even Rosberg looked happy for him (not best friends those two).

      • Ben said on 12th July 2010, 2:41

        Rosberg and Webber may not be best friends, but I don’t think there’s any bad feeling between them.

      • bosyber said on 15th July 2010, 15:56

        I noticed that too – all the drivers seemed very happy that Webber won, not Vettel. Of course, for Hamilton and Button that is clearly helping their WDC & WCC leads, but they did all seem to be happy with the top three, and congratulating Barrichello too.

    • Monad said on 11th July 2010, 17:32

      Mclaren never screwed Alonso over his car. And if the mechanics weren’t exactly smiling seeing his face…Well he started it first. Webber did nothing but be patient and polite. Alonso was exactly the opposite. He made his bed by himself.

  10. DaveW said on 12th July 2010, 2:32

    And Hamilton will sleep tight every night until Hockenheim knowing that, as Webber is now the leading RedBull, Webber will take his turn stuffing it in Germany.

  11. Macca (@macca) said on 12th July 2010, 8:17

    McLaren must be loving this, Red Bull is impolding, Ferrari can’t catch a break, Mercedes just plain suck and meanwhile, McLaren just float under the raidar and keep on picking up podiums and wins, they must be laughing there heads off.

  12. Cut knee said on 12th July 2010, 23:00

    What are the team thinking. Canabalising one drivers car to advantage the other is complete madness. Who ever authorised that. Are dark forces at work!

  13. Now who is the number 1 driver for Red Bull?
    My question is will Mark get all the better pieces in the next GP than Vettel???

  14. sato113 said on 15th July 2010, 17:55

    keith there’s no such thing as ‘=10th’. teams with 0 points are ranked using finishing positions and retirements or DNFs.

    after silverstone Lotus are 10th, HRT are 11th and Virgin are 12th.

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