2014 Australian Grand Prix championship points

2014 Australian Grand Prix

Kevin Magnussen, McLaren, Albert Park, 2014

Constructors’ championship

Position Team Points
1 McLaren 33
2 Mercedes 25
3 Ferrari 18
4 Williams 10
5 Force India 9
6 Toro Rosso 6
7 Sauber 0
8 Marussia 0

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26 comments on 2014 Australian Grand Prix championship points

  1. Mashiat (@) said on 16th March 2014, 7:57

    McLaren’s first time leading the constructor’s in nearly 2 years. Great job by Williams and STR.

  2. McLaren looking in good position with the return of Ron. Would have liked to see Ferrari up there and fighting hard, but they got beat by one man as usual… a red bull man I mean. Different man, but same team. They need to work harder.

  3. Eggry (@eggry) said on 16th March 2014, 8:02

    after difficult winter, Red Bull is ahead of Ferrari!

    • Gazzaguru said on 16th March 2014, 8:30

      Being a Ferrari fan, I’d say that was a big surprise. Would appear that Ferrari have considerable issues to resolve in order to try and regain some sort of competitiveness. Kimi looked like he had his hands full – car looked at times almost undrivable.
      Not overly impressed with the current sound of F1 nor the excitement of the first race!!!

    • Patrick (@paeschli) said on 16th March 2014, 8:43

      3 Renault engines on the top 10, only two Ferraris.

      I’m glad the Renault bashing has ended :)

      • Dion (@infinitygc) said on 16th March 2014, 8:51

        On the other hand, 5/6 Ferrari cars finished, while only 3/8 Renault cars did.

        OK, one of those DNF’s was driver-induced, but if you don’t count that one, that’s still a majority of DNF’s.

        Renault have improved, but they’re still a long way away.

        • Briview said on 16th March 2014, 9:21

          All Ferrari-powered cars finished actually, only Bianchi was not classified because he was 7 laps behind Rosberg with his clutch / stalling problems at the start.

  4. Hamilfan (@hamilfan) said on 16th March 2014, 8:06

    :Daniel is up there !!

  5. Rigi (@rigi) said on 16th March 2014, 8:14

    what about penalty points? ;)

  6. Rahim.RG (@rahim-rg) said on 16th March 2014, 9:00

    Ferrari is a very difficult car to drive…could feel Raikkonen just cruising around and learning the car..thats it

  7. OmarR-Pepper (@omarr-pepper) said on 16th March 2014, 14:25

    So sad to see Ric with no points. Well. Rules are rules and even when it seems harsh, it’s good to encourage them. I just hope the rules to be applied in the same strict way for everybody from now on. (I read the explanation and it’s definitely RB’s fault, they were warned so they knew this could happen).

  8. OOliver said on 16th March 2014, 15:26

    Shouldn’t Max Chilton be 13th in the driver’s championship? Just wondering.
    Mclaren suddenly get a double podium and Williams have already doubled their points from last year.

  9. James (@jimmyd13) said on 16th March 2014, 19:45

    Wait, so now that both RB drivers didn’t complete the race, that means they’re very last in the championship. Wow, it’s been a while since RB haven’t been out of the top 3, actually I might research when that was. McLaren looks very reliable this year, they haven’t had much of problems over testing apart from at the first one, they could win this championship just because the other teams fail to finish. Mercedes seem to be miles ahead of anyone else in speed, even when the red bull is breaking the rules it still didn’t close the gap to Nico, the question is how many races until someone other than Mercedes win a races, that isn’t just because both cars fail to finish.

  10. leo ruswick said on 27th March 2014, 12:53

    your new rules are one sided, so red bull wont win every thing. red bull will still be on top at the end of the season. the cars sound ok. you just have to get use to it.

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