Webber re-takes championship lead – points in full

Drivers’ championship

Position Driver Points
1 Mark Webber 187
2 Lewis Hamilton 182
3 Fernando Alonso 166
4 Jenson Button 165
5 Sebastian Vettel 163
6 Felipe Massa 124
7 Nico Rosberg 112
8 Robert Kubica 108
9 Michael Schumacher 46
10 Adrian Sutil 45
11 Rubens Barrichello 31
12 Kamui Kobayashi 21
13 Vitaly Petrov 19
14 Nico H?â??lkenberg 16
15 Vitantonio Liuzzi 13
16 Sebastien Buemi 7
17 Pedro de la Rosa 6
18 Jaime Alguersuari 3
19 Heikki Kovalainen 0
20 Karun Chandhok 0
21 Lucas di Grassi 0
22 Jarno Trulli 0
23 Bruno Senna 0
24 Timo Glock 0
25 Sakon Yamamoto 0

Constructors’ championship

Position Team Points
1 Red Bull 350
2 McLaren 347
3 Ferrari 290
4 Mercedes 158
5 Renault 127
6 Force India 58
7 Williams 47
8 Sauber 27
9 Toro Rosso 10
10 Lotus 0
11 HRT 0
12 Virgin 0

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45 comments on Webber re-takes championship lead – points in full

  1. Raymond said on 12th September 2010, 17:16

    Anyone know the maths in old money?

    • By the unscientific method of dividing by 2.5 you get:

      Web 74.8
      Ham 72.8
      Alo 66.4
      But 66
      Vet 65.2

      So 5 drivers within 9 or so points.

    • Icthyes (@icthyes) said on 12th September 2010, 22:17

      Webber – 63
      Hamilton – 63
      Alonso – 56
      Button – 53
      Vettel – 52
      Massa – 34
      Kubica – 25
      Rosberg – 25

      And in old old money:

      Webber – 60
      Hamilton – 59
      Alonso – 53
      Button – 49
      Vettel – 48
      Massa – 30
      Kubica – 22
      Rosberg – 22

      Showing once again the changes to the system were pointless (no pun intended).

      • sato113 (@sato113) said on 15th September 2010, 11:56

        ‘Showing once again the changes to the system were pointless’

        exactly. and no one gets it anymore! I’m sick and tired of people saying the new system is to thank for the close championship.

  2. [code]
    Position - .Driver - - - - - Points - Gap - per race
    1 - - - - - Mark Webber - - - 187 - - x - - x
    2 - - - - - Lewis Hamilton - -182 - - 5 - - 1.0
    3 - - - - - Fernando Alonso - 166 - - 21 - - 4.2
    4 - - - - - Jenson Button - - 165 - - 22 - - 4.4
    5 - - - - - Sebastian Vettel -163 - - 24 - - 4.8
    [/code]

    Do code tags work?

    Pts required per remaining race to lead champ’

  3. Mr JoeBlack said on 12th September 2010, 23:43

    Despite Webber re-takes the lead again, i say this was one of his baddest races ever. Not because of the result, we all know that the track doesn’t suit his car, so I’m not expecting to much. But Mark, you are fighting for the championship, and champions don’t win with passive driving.

    today Webber lost two places just because he didn’t push on Hulkenberg. Than when he was notified by the team to push and pass him, he did easily, but it was too late! already Rosberg and he’s team mate are already in front of him.

    Although i don’t like to say it but Alonso today show us how champions drive and not Webber.

    • Keith Collantine (@keithcollantine) said on 12th September 2010, 23:50

      I think that’s a very harsh assessment. Basically the only thing Webber got wrong today was the start. He made three on-track passes (Schumacher, Kubica and HĂĽlkenberg) on a day when few others made as many as one. And he didn’t get himself taken out on the first lap. Can’t blame him for the strategy, that would have been his team’s call.

    • Brake Bias said on 13th September 2010, 0:42

      Actually Webber put himself in a great position to overtake Hulkenberg a couple of times only for Hulk to cut the chicane and therefore keep position.

  4. Smedley said on 13th September 2010, 0:31

    It seemed that Marks impetuous ‘biffer’ team mate gave him a traditional nudge at the first corner, this driver is an ongoing hazard that should be pounced upon before the obvious happens

  5. Younger Hamilton said on 13th September 2010, 0:53

    Championship table in Bernie Ecclestone’s winning scoring system

    1.Mark Webber-4 Wins
    2.Lewis Hamilton-3 Wins 3 2nd Places
    3.Fernando Alonso-3 Wins 2 2nd Places
    4.Jenson Button-2 Wins 3 2nd Places
    5.Sebastian Vettel-2 Wins 1 2nd Place

  6. Hasn’t Alonso got three wins, Ita, Ger, Bar

  7. wasiF1 (@wasif1) said on 13th September 2010, 7:07

    This year we may see the closest ever championship of the millennium. Just in Spa I thought that Button,Vettel & Alonso are out & now it’s a two horse race, well now I have to eat my words.

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