2014 German Grand Prix championship points

2014 German Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Hockenheimring, 2014

Constructors’ championship

Position Team Points
1 Mercedes 366
2 Red Bull 188
3 Williams 121
4 Ferrari 116
5 Force India 98
6 McLaren 96
7 Toro Rosso 15
8 Lotus 8
9 Marussia 2
10 Caterham 0
11 Sauber 0

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41 comments on 2014 German Grand Prix championship points

  1. Dan said on 20th July 2014, 14:43

    lol at Ros 14 points ahead

  2. Williams said on 20th July 2014, 14:50

    Williams 3rd overtaking Ferrari!

  3. Eggry (@eggry) said on 20th July 2014, 14:58

    Championship goes on!

  4. Guy (@sudd) said on 20th July 2014, 15:00

    2nd would have been nice but 3rd will do considering. Fric-ken Button though. What are you doing hanging your car out like that then cutting down to the apex??? You’re already outside, just straighten your car and accelerate. Makes no sense *sigh!

    If he says he didn’t see Hamilton, then he’s up to his old tricks again.

    • Dave (@raceprouk) said on 20th July 2014, 15:05

      Because it’s not at all possible that Hamilton was at fault?

      • Dan said on 20th July 2014, 15:13

        @raceprouk

        All i see is you either saying sutff about Ham or defending Ros. Is that your function on this forum. Actually maybe go watch the replay why the guy thinks it. Ham seemed to apologise but it could also be a sacrcastic wave. No doubt about it Ham is very unlucky, i suppose it was his fault yday.

      • David BR2 said on 20th July 2014, 15:17

        What for overtaking a car when a gap existed and getting hit by the other car pulling in?
        Suggests you think Hamilton is at fault for just being on the track racing…

      • Jimmy Hearn (@alebelly74) said on 20th July 2014, 15:31

        Ultimately it is Hamilton’s fault, but there was absolutely no reason for Button to do what he did. Button and Massa have both reached their expiration date.

    • Chris (@cgturbo) said on 20th July 2014, 15:36

      @sudd
      Don’t be so naive… Hamilton was coming from far too far behind.
      Button should have been more aware, yes… But Hamilton had no right attempting the overtake from the position he was in.

      • Guy (@sudd) said on 20th July 2014, 15:50

        If Button hadn’t chopped down on him, the pass would have been made nice and clean. Button gave him the corner then suddenly changed his mind. How about you stop being so naive? Hamilton put his hand up to diffuse any tension and make sure nothing more becomes of the incident. It’s not like Hamilton dive bombed…he was invited in. He felt like his fellow countryman was letting him go by just like he did in Silverstone. Misjudgement on both parties.

      • D (@f190) said on 20th July 2014, 15:54

        It was clearly Hamiltons mistake, but I can see how he thought Button was leaving the door open for him. We see a lot of drivers choosing not to defend, and button was very wide into the hairpin. I think that was due to his tyres being worn as he pitted a lap later. Hamilton was much stronger on the brakes and just mis read what button was doing. Lucky to get away with it and not hurt buttons race as well.

    • kpcart said on 20th July 2014, 16:59

      look how far back Hamilton was, button could take any line he wanted and not expected Hamilton to try anything. Hamilton himself said it was “his bad” – he poked his nose in for no reason when he had no chance of passing. you are probably jealous that Jenson got more points then Hamilton when teammates.

      • Dan said on 20th July 2014, 23:31

        Oh dear KP even Button said he can see why Ham went for it check his twitter. And for all the incidents people say he had how come Kimi and Alo get a pass for touching? Oh they were lucky to not damage each other. Yet because Ham’s wing part comes off people give him a bad rap. Loko, Ham is giving Kimi a lesson in how to drive, what were Kimi’s excuses today. He likes that 11th and 10th spot lol.

    • Loko said on 20th July 2014, 20:38

      Hamilton did really stupid moves all the time.. I was a bit surprised how long he get away of it. That guy just dont have passing skills.. He was lucky when most of field just yield and let him go. It was ridiculous to watch how poor his attempts were..
      Kimi and Button gave him a little lesson that you still have to use brains even if you have superior car :

      • LH44 said on 22nd July 2014, 22:51

        so you think Hamilton has no passing skills? before the drs was introduced, he was the only one with some balls who tried to overtake and at the same time making the others look like fools out there with his impressive moves.

  5. lubhz (@lubhz) said on 20th July 2014, 15:20

    Massa’s lack of point is hurting Williams so bad, they could definitely be 2nd.

    • Zane Jakobs (@zjakobs) said on 20th July 2014, 17:35

      Well, in Massa’s defense, he has had pretty bad luck, although I agree with you in that he should have more points than he does. His accident today was definitely his fault, he left Magnussen nowhere to go, and in Canada, that was partially his fault for trying to pass through turn 1. However, in Australia he looked like a real contender for a podium but Kobayashi’s brakes failed, and took Massa out, and Kimi took him out in Britain, so i think that if he had better luck, he’d have about 60 points instead of the 30 he does have. Still would put him 31 points behind Bottas though.

    • Racehound said on 20th July 2014, 17:36

      ………hmmmm, sounds just like his last 4 years at Ferrari!!

  6. Guy (@sudd) said on 20th July 2014, 15:21

    Button’s car language said “go ahead take the inside” and when Hamilton comes in BAM! But Hamilton put his hand up and said he misjudged so that’s that I guess.

    • Simon said on 20th July 2014, 15:38

      Yes, that’s that, BAM!

    • LexBlair (@lexblair) said on 20th July 2014, 16:55

      BS. Accept it.

    • kpcart said on 20th July 2014, 17:01

      look how far back Hamilton was, button could take any line he wanted and not expected Hamilton to try anything. Hamilton himself said it was “his bad” – he poked his nose in for no reason when he had no chance of passing. you are probably jealous that Jenson got more points then Hamilton when teammates.

      • Dan said on 20th July 2014, 23:39

        KP cart why are you hating every post?. Jelous about more points who cares 2-1 in seasons my friend(bet Button fans are jelous about Ham in a great car). If Ros wins world title this year by a point come back to me and say well Ham got more points in the 2 years. It is a stupid stat. You just being immature because you’re envious of Ham’s car. You’re gutted you’re fav driver don’t drive it. Folks this is a guy who said he wishes Bottas was in Merc as he would beat both the drivers. You can not take that seriously atall, when his teammate Mr slow man is top 4 ahead of Alo all the time, which proves how quick Williams is.

  7. Dan said on 20th July 2014, 15:44

    Even Ham has doubts in his team. Natali said still in the hunt for the title, Ham had a long pause and said i guess so. It is annoying having to constantly come back, can not be good on the mind. To me Hamilton is one of those drivers who will be at home stewing over the result. I think he thinks about next race can not come quick enough. No one can deny all season life as been sweet for Ros, can we say same about Hamilton?

  8. BasCB (@bascb) said on 20th July 2014, 19:42

    Williams running in 3rd in the championship halfway through the season, when did we last see that? That said, had Massa not gotten punted out in Australia, got hit by Kimi last race and hit Magnussen now, they might have even been in 2nd.

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