British Grand Prix drivers’ and constructors’ championship standings

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Here are the standings after the British Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa are in a three-way tie for the lead of the drivers’ championship on 48 points, with Robert Kubica just two more behind.

Meanwhile Toyota move up to fourth in the constructors’ championship, ahead of Red Bull.

Drivers’ championship standings

Lewis Hamilton 48
Felipe Massa 48
Kimi Raikkonen 48
Robert Kubica 46
Nick Heidfeld 36
Heikki Kovalainen 24
Jarno Trulli 20
Mark Webber 18
Fernando Alonso 13
Rubens Barrichello 11
Kazuki Nakajima 8
Nico Rosberg 8
David Coulthard 6
Timo Glock 5
Sebastian Vettel 5
Jenson Button 3
Sebastien Bourdais 2
Nelson Piquet Jnr 2

Not scored

Anthony Davidson
Giancarlo Fisichella
Takuma Sato
Adrian Sutil

Constructors’ championship standings

Ferrari 96
BMW 82
McLaren 72
Toyota 25
Red Bull 24
Williams 16
Red Bull 15
Honda 14
Toro Rosso 7

Not scored

Force India F1 Team
Super Aguri

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4 comments on “British Grand Prix drivers’ and constructors’ championship standings”

  1. So good, so good!

  2. Hamilton and Massa has the same number of wins, second, third and fifth places.
    Lewis has a tenth place that Felipe doesn’t have. How far does a countback go if it is needed at the end of the season?

  3. I wouldn’t worry too much about that Tengil – Massa is unlikely to be in contention at the end , now that he is suffering from Vertigo :)

  4. Tengil – the countback goes as far back as it needs to – in other words, if the championship ended today, Hamilton would be winner by dint of that fifth place.

    I remember one of the junior formulae in Britain a couple of years ago was decided on countback and the title went to the driver with the most seventh places. Can’t remember which series though. Anyone?

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