2013 United States Grand Prix championship points

2013 United States Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Circuit of the Americas, 2013

Constructors’ championship

Position Team Points
1 Red Bull 553
2 Mercedes 348
3 Ferrari 333
4 Lotus 315
5 McLaren 102
6 Force India 77
7 Sauber 53
8 Toro Rosso 32
9 Williams 5
10 Marussia 0
11 Caterham 0

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32 comments on 2013 United States Grand Prix championship points

  1. Lewis Hamilton has also beaten his teammate this year.

  2. Sebastian Vettel is pretty cert to win the constructor’s championship now.

    • iAltair (@ialtair) said on 17th November 2013, 21:07

      Sebastian Vettel Racing

    • danclapp (@danclapp) said on 17th November 2013, 21:09

      Hey @vettel1

      Ros has defo not out performed Ham do all the maths of retirement Ham as been better more poles, should be 1 win extra and has beat him in qually record even after Nico had 3 in a row Ham came back with 4 in a row. I think Ham should be proud went into Ros den and beat him fair and square. You guys all said Ham was looking for excuses yday, i think its the tyres and Mecs poor traction(they are front limited car) that is the problem. You can see he is frustrated on the radio with these tyre problems i think he could use his attitude in a diff way though but i understand as his engineer at time is laughable saying Lewis we need you to push when he cant go faster.

      Also ha ha yes he is certain to win its unreal i voted 10 look just cuz of history even though i was bored. Do you as a Vettel fan enjoy these races could i ask? As im a Ham fan i dont hate them but dont enjoy them as much as you may, so i just wanted know weather you just like the races to be exciting or you like see Vet keep winning. I just would love it i Web said last year halfway through he was retiring then, as just maybe their could have been that chance of Vet V Ham. Im sure Ham would of chose them over Merc but would Red bull have done it? I just wish we could see it(being a Ham fan of course) i do think Ham deserves a car that is reliable and team dont make mistakes like Mclaren did when he last had a great car, they were a ashambles last year. I just think he as deserved a chance to have a car that is the class of the field and see if he could do it, same with Alo.

      Also i liked Vet on podium he was humble and i think when he alked to crowd he loved it that their was no booing he seemed really humbled by it didn’t he?

      • In general, Rosberg has been better: I stand by that.

        Honestly though, I must say I don’t find it that exciting: awe-inspiring absolutely, but it doesn’t trigger that primal buzz (part of the reason why I hope Red Bull aren’t dominant next year, although they very well could be). As a spectator, 2012 was much more exciting, however that is somewhat balanced by his utterly supreme driving this year – a clear step up from last @danclapp.

        • danclapp (@danclapp) said on 17th November 2013, 21:39

          @vettel1 what better lately or over the season? Seriously Ham has struggled alot this year yet has beat his teammate who we all no is now a really great driver.

          • Lately, not over the season: Hamilton has indeed been better of the course of the season which the points standings reflect, but not by much I would argue.

  3. Chutiya said on 17th November 2013, 21:00

    Vettel has more points than Mercedes and Ferrari by himself!! Webber is useless!!

  4. Kimi Räikkönen is also more than likely to finish 5th now, and Mercedes look fairly comfortable for second behind Infiniti Vettel Racing-Renault.

    Sauber I fear are just a bit too distant from Force India: a shame, since HĂĽlkenberg has been great.

  5. Maldonado used to have 100% of Williams points but now Bottas has 400% more points than Maldonado totalling 80% of Williams points.

  6. Strontium (@strontium) said on 17th November 2013, 21:07

    As a Ferrari fan, a real shame we are losing the constructors, but at least Fernando has 2nd safe now.

  7. A single driver has more points than any other team on the grid, it’s not even funny…..

  8. danclapp (@danclapp) said on 17th November 2013, 21:10

    Credit should go toLewis who said 3rd does not bother him when 3rd was not even racing, very gracious indeed.

  9. danclapp (@danclapp) said on 17th November 2013, 21:14

    Perez v a WC is 9-9 in qually v his teammate and 20 points behind his teammate. Their 10 years diference inn age(yes But is getting worst) and Mclaren feel its Perez that should go lol. It’s embarrasing how they justify getting rid of him hopefully Perez outqualifies him 1 more time and But keeps his run going lol. That will be embarrasing. Surely the 23 year old will be getting better still nowere near his peak yet they keep But? Who agrees onthis guys?

  10. magon4 (@magon4) said on 17th November 2013, 21:22

    Grosjean has guaranteed 7th place. He can’t move up or down. Massa will end up in eight, last of the Top 4 cars.

  11. Hamilfan (@hamilfan) said on 18th November 2013, 5:24

    Ok I think I calculate right : If Webber finishes 2nd , Lewis has to finish 3rd . If he finishes 4th he will be tied with Webber ( in which case who will be classified higher ? number of race wins will be considered ? )

    • Yes, If they finish level on Points Lewis should take third on count back as he’s won a race this year and Webber has’nt (Assuming Webber is not gonna win in Brazil)…

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