Kimi Raikkonen, Lotus, Spa-Francorchamps, 2013

2013 Belgian Grand Prix championship points

2013 Belgian Grand PrixPosted on Author Keith Collantine

Kimi Raikkonen, Lotus, Spa-Francorchamps, 2013

Constructors’ championship

Position Team Points
1 Red Bull 312
2 Mercedes 235
3 Ferrari 218
4 Lotus 187
5 McLaren 65
6 Force India 61
7 Toro Rosso 25
8 Sauber 7
9 Williams 1
10 Marussia 0
11 Caterham 0

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30 comments on “2013 Belgian Grand Prix championship points”

  1. Mclaren are finally securing fifth place, never though I would see the day that they were mid fielders

    1. They actually were consistently in the midfield in late seventies and mid-nineties. Nothing that new really!

      1. Fifth Place is courtesy of Maldanado….. who Collected both the Force India Cars …….

    2. No one ever thought Williams would be so close to the bottom either.

  2. And the RAIN disappoints…..

  3. V3ttel will be Seb4stian at the end of the year

    1. that’s a cocky commentary lol

    2. +1 hell yes

    3. not much doubt is it…
      I just hope it won’t become 5ebastien next year

    4. 6 doesn’t really fit in his name anywhere :/

      1. yeah but 5 and 8 Definitely does… LOL

      2. lower case b looks like a 6.
        Se6astian. ;)

        1. loool, this is brilliant :-)

        2. @dennis that’ll do if the time comes ;)

  4. Congratulations to Vettel for 4th WDC.

    1. +1 lol

  5. For someone to catch Vettel, they need to have a dominant car and have to be inch-perfect for the next 9 races. Kind of like how Vettel was last season. He led what some 200 laps in a row? From Singapore-Japan-Korea-India.

    On the grid, I think only Alonso is capable of doing that. If Ferrari find a little bit extra pace, some hope is there for the championship.

    1. vettel was in a redbull being developed by Newey, thats why he caught Alonso.. On the other hand, this year the trailing car is a ferrari, so no chance!!!

    2. Their pace was great today. It was Alonsos mistake in qualifying yesterday that made it easy pickings for Vettel today. If anything, Ferrari and Alonso need to stop making mistakes (and improve their qualifying performance).

      1. totally agree sir !!!

  6. WDC is almost over.

  7. If there’s no similarities to last year in Monza with Vettel having a failure, then this is progressively not becoming last year. 24 point lead after Belgium for Alonso last year, 46 for Vettel this year (almost twice as much).

    1. @vettel1
      Yeah, I never thinked that 2013 was going to be 2012. Red Bull is a fast car and I expect them to win races in this second part of the season. Ferrari wasn’t able to do that last year. And, frankly, I don’t expect Ferrari to win many races in the rest of the season.

      But anything can happen, to be honest. I wouldn’t take for granted that Vettel is going to win this WDC, but it’s likely.

      1. @yobo01 anything can happen, but I think the comparisons in the standings between this year and last stop now. Vettel’s even had a retirement and still has the advantage (Vettel and Alonso both had high-profile retirements by this time last year, same for now only the gap is bigger between them).

        1. There is always next year. I’m off to hibernate :-)

  8. Shreyas Mohanty (@)
    25th August 2013, 15:07

    The WDC? Over.

    1. It’s the WCC that’s looking increasingly over – that’s almost two 1-2’s now a lead RBR have…

    2. After seeing the look on Alonso’s face after the race, yeah, unless Vettel finishes out of the points in Monza, it’s over.

  9. Kimi down to 4th from 2nd in the drivers’ championship just in a span of 1 race!!!
    And also,Kimi had either finished on the podium(4 wins + 3rd place last year) or not finished the race in Spa everytime before..Continued that today with race retirement!!!

  10. Se9astian Vettel

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