2011 Spanish Grand Prix championship points

2011 Spanish Grand Prix

Drivers’ championship

Position Driver Points
1 Sebastian Vettel 118
2 Lewis Hamilton 77
3 Mark Webber 67
4 Jenson Button 61
5 Fernando Alonso 51
6 Nico Rosberg 26
7 Nick Heidfeld 25
8 Felipe Massa 24
9 Vitaly Petrov 21
10 Michael Schumacher 14
11 Kamui Kobayashi 9
12 Sebastien Buemi 6
13 Adrian Sutil 2
14 Sergio Perez 2
15 Paul di Resta 2
16 Jaime Alguersuari 0
17 Rubens Barrichello 0
18 Jarno Trulli 0
19 Jerome d’Ambrosio 0
20 Heikki Kovalainen 0
21 Pastor Maldonado 0
22 Timo Glock 0
23 Narain Karthikeyan 0
24 Vitantonio Liuzzi 0

Constructors’ championship

Position Team Points
1 Red Bull 185
2 McLaren 138
3 Ferrari 75
4 Renault 46
5 Mercedes 40
6 Sauber 11
7 Toro Rosso 6
8 Force India 4
9 Williams 0
10 Lotus 0
11 Virgin 0
12 HRT 0

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28 comments on 2011 Spanish Grand Prix championship points

  1. BBT (@bbt) said on 22nd May 2011, 14:55

    Can’t see past Vettel winning next week. The Mclarens will need a couple of good results in a row to stay in it.

    • Calum (@calum) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:08

      I think Mclaren will nail it next weekend! ;)

      • AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:19

        Hmm I can’t see it. Monaco has virtually no straights and Monaco is very high downforce. Not McLaren’s ideal circuit.

        • damonsmedley (@damonsmedley) said on 22nd May 2011, 16:36

          Interesting how most people (including to an extent myself) see McLaren as the most likely duo to challenge Vettel next weekend.

          It’s sad, but in a way understandable, that no-one really sees Webber as a threat anymore. He blew his chance to reignite the old spark this weekend. It’s going to be hard from there. Not impossible, but he has to put up the fight of his life in order to come close to stopping Vettel from running away.

  2. Fixy (@fixy) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:01

    Ferrari were way off the pace and the hard tyre just made that worse. Vettel’s lead is now enough for him to relax.

    • AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:20

      He can afford to miss a race entirely. That’s impressive/depressing depending on your viewpoint.

      • Ella said on 22nd May 2011, 15:31

        considering I’m not a redbull fan and in fact a diehard ferrari fan, I’m more than a little depressed. Guess I’ll have to wait till next year…

        Still though, credit where credit’s due, Vettel is driving superbly. Today he was fantastic. Unfortunately.

        I’ll not soon forget Fernando’s start though… that was phenomenal. Couldn’t believe my eyes.

  3. rahul1810 (@rahul1810) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:01

    I am remembering the 2009 season and feel like Red Bull this year are 2009 Brawn and McLaren are 2009 Red Bulls. Dont know what place Ferrari will occupy.

    I feel eventually Hamilton would be able to beat Vettel, like Vettel was able to beat Button in 2009, but by that time it would be too late.

    • Adam Tate (@adam-tate) said on 23rd May 2011, 8:21

      It does feel a tad 2009-ish to me as well. Though in 2009 I felt we all were just waiting for Brawn to be caught, now it seems like Redbull’s advantage is here to stay.

      Though if anyone will catch them it will be McLaren. Alonso can boast all he wants, but Redbull already has twice as many points as Ferrari, and it would take an even more impressive push than last year to even come close to catching up.

  4. TommyB (@tommyb89) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:03

    Even as a Vettel fan this is pretty depressing. I hope Lewis can win the next race to really catch up.

    This season has been fantastic but we need a title battle.

  5. Eggry (@eggry) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:09

    Webber couldn’t stop him…of course it’s his fault at the start. I was happy to see Alonso at the start but then…well, perhaps Hamilton is the last hope.

  6. Ivan Vinitskyy (@ivan-vinitskyy) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:09

    We need proper qualifying.

  7. DavidS (@davids) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:10

    The battle for 2nd,3rd,4th is pretty close.
    Just a shame that Vettel is so far ahead that he’s looking unbeatable.

  8. AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:19

    Well, at least we have a battle for 2nd in Hamilton, Button, Webber and Alonso!

  9. BasCB (@bascb) said on 22nd May 2011, 15:30

    Looks like its a bit like 2009 here. Vettel has as much wins as Button did and the second fastest team is really starting to gain on them at least for total race package. I hope it makes the season a bit more interesting, but no complaints about the races so far.

  10. marcusbreese (@marcusbreese) said on 22nd May 2011, 16:05

    Unbelievable that Williams are still being beaten by Sauber and Force India. Barichello must be getting sooo frustrated.

    • F1andy83 said on 22nd May 2011, 18:22

      The problem with Williams is 1-drivers, 2-drivers, 3-drivers. Every time I see a team drop a good driver to get sponsor money from a novice that team does bad. Renaul, Williams, as the best example for the last two years.

    • rfs said on 22nd May 2011, 18:35

      Williams have the same number of points as the sophomore teams. :(

  11. The New Hope said on 22nd May 2011, 19:36

    Its great to see Sauber doing so well this year! I only wish they would not have lost those initial points.

  12. wasiF1 (@wasif1) said on 23rd May 2011, 2:24

    It has been a good race for Mercedes which helped them to get close to Renault in the CWC,

    • Adam Tate (@adam-tate) said on 23rd May 2011, 8:23

      True, I think the Renault Vs. Mercedes battle will be one of the closest this year.

      And if Redbull and McLaren keep leaving them in the dust, Ferrari may well fall back into the battle with Mercedes and Renault.

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