2013 Indian Grand Prix championship points

2013 Indian Grand Prix

Mark Webber, Red Bull, Buddh International Circuit, 2013

Constructors’ championship

Position Team Points
1 Red Bull 470
2 Mercedes 313
3 Ferrari 309
4 Lotus 285
5 McLaren 93
6 Force India 68
7 Sauber 45
8 Toro Rosso 32
9 Williams 1
10 Marussia 0
11 Caterham 0

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24 comments on 2013 Indian Grand Prix championship points

  1. And Vettel is also leading the constructor’s championship!

    • Merv (@) said on 27th October 2013, 11:18

      Haha! Maybe RB are counting on that for next year too…

    • bananarama (@bananarama) said on 27th October 2013, 11:24

      How great, I am so happy .. whats inexcusable though is the inability of car manufacturers (those who make cars, not drinks) to produce something useful that will go faster in such a long time.

    • toiago (@toiago) said on 27th October 2013, 11:33

      It just goes to show that, despite his car being arguably the best on the grid, he’s making a huge difference regarding the performances he can put in the races! Otherwise he wouldn’t have almost the double the points of Webber.

      • danclapp (@danclapp) said on 27th October 2013, 12:27

        The car is on another planet Ham was well in touch at Silverstone so was Alonso, Red bull have just done a better job. You know the car is super when Webber of all people was 1 tenth behind the qually kings Mercedez on primes that says it all. Merc have not had a look in in qually only 1 race since then they had pole i think.

    • Malik (@malik) said on 27th October 2013, 11:38

      You keep posting nice and clever comments :D
      Thank You !

    • danclapp (@danclapp) said on 27th October 2013, 12:30

      How unlucky is Mark webber though always happens to him he was good today and since the tyres he as got better imo, not that im taking anything away from Seb, i dont even rate Webber as a driver if he was a great he should finish 2nd to Vet in the standings every year its embarrasing that you have 1 win in 2 years in that rocket ship. What you think?

  2. toiago (@toiago) said on 27th October 2013, 11:32

    I am excited to see if Vettel can win all the remaining races and surpass his points record from 2011. It would be a hell of an achievement!

    • danclapp (@danclapp) said on 27th October 2013, 12:20

      Of course but the car has easily been quickest since Silverstone, look at silverstone Ham was quickest, then Hungary Vet was quickest(Ham only won becuase Seb got stuck in traffic). Im not exaggerating since then you have to admit the car as been as dominant as i have ever seen im not even joking. Tell me last time Mclaren or Ferrari had that gap in qually. You know the car is rapid when super quick Merc(the kings of qually first half of season) dont even have a luck in now. Even Webber as been quick for his standards the car is just inanother planet it really is. If Vet does not win all the remaining races then something is wrong as long as he dont have a reliability problem.

  3. zimkazimka (@zimkazimka) said on 27th October 2013, 11:35

    Well, so much for Sauber’s ambition to get to McLaren’s fifth.

  4. magon4 (@magon4) said on 27th October 2013, 11:39

    Top 5 drivers in last 3 races:

    1. Grosjean
    2. Vettel
    3. Hülkenberg
    4. Raikkonen
    5. Webber

    • Sorry Lotus, no matter how stupid your strategy, you owe Kimi another 6 points salary.
      Chinese12 repeat failure..lol

      • James (@speedking84) said on 27th October 2013, 13:28

        It was Raikkonen who decided on the 1 stop strategy when he got stuck behind Hulkenberg so Lotus don’t owe anything to Kimi, it’s fortunate that Grosjean has a brain otherwise Lotus could have had a double DNF, if Kimi wants to race his team mate then he’s going to the wrong team next year.

    • danclapp (@danclapp) said on 27th October 2013, 12:24

      Lol Rai 4th best driver give me a break, the guy struggles to get into q3. And erix no they dont Kimi would not have finished higher lol if he done a normal strategy.He was behind Mercs and Massa, they tried something diferent, they maybe cost him a go at Hamilton.

  5. robbyvert said on 27th October 2013, 11:47

    its hard being weber that cant win, meanwhile his teammate have all records in this year

  6. Ok Alonso, your wish is granted, your points as in your helmet for today, no change.

  7. Diceman (@diceman) said on 27th October 2013, 14:46

    I guess Sauber can now forget all the thoughts of catching Mclaren. I’m a bit worried whether they can even catch Force India.

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