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Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by saleen88, Jun 27, 2007.
I would like to know the F1 standings for this year so far.
Massa looks bored/gay at f1.com.
Pos Driver Nationality Team Points
1 Lewis Hamilton British McLaren-Mercedes 58
2 Fernando Alonso Spanish McLaren-Mercedes 48
3 Felipe Massa Brazilian Ferrari 39
4 Kimi R�ikk�nen Finnish Ferrari 32
5 Nick Heidfeld German BMW 26
6 Giancarlo Fisichella Italian Renault 13
7 Robert Kubica Polish BMW 12
7= Heikki Kovalainen Finnish Renault 12
9 Alexander Wurz Austrian Williams-Toyota 8
10 Jarno Trulli Italian Toyota 7
11 Nico Rosberg German Williams-Toyota 5
12 David Coulthard British Red Bull-Renault 4
12= Takuma Sato Japanese Super Aguri-Honda 4
14 Mark Webber Australian Red Bull-Renault 2
14= Ralf Schumacher German Toyota 2
16 Sebastian Vettel German BMW 1
17 Scott Speed USA STR-Ferrari 0
17= Rubens Barrichello Brazilian Honda 0
17= Anthony Davidson British Super Aguri-Honda 0
17= Jenson Button British Honda 0
17= Adrian Sutil German Spyker-Ferrari 0
17= Christijan Albers Dutch Spyker-Ferrari 0
17= Vitantonio Liuzzi Italian STR-Ferrari
Pos Team Points
1 McLaren-Mercedes 106
2 Ferrari 71
3 BMW 39
4 Renault 25
5 Williams-Toyota 13
6 Toyota 9
7 Red Bull-Renault 6
8 Super Aguri-Honda 4
9 STR-Ferrari 0
9= Honda 0
9= Spyker-Ferrari 0
Shame on Honda, seriously!
I heard of plans of another Honda McLaren team in the near future...Honda might come back!
Honda have had serious problems with this years car. It's mainly the aerodynamics that is the problem.
you heard bullshit
Serves them right for creating the ugliest F1 car ever and mainly for the stupidest project ever, we are an F1 team - we are going to save the planet with stupid schemes like burning thousands gallons of fuel to fly JB around the world just to tell you "Hi, I am JB, please don't let the water running when you are brushing your teeth".
Webber would rather see Alonso win title
''I would rather if Fernando won''
Mark Webber admitted this week that he would like to see Fernando Alonso emerge from the 2007 season with his championship status intact.
The Spanish newspaper Marca revealed that Webber, Red Bull's Australian driver, is 'not such good friends' with Alonso's McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who after seven career Grand Prix leads the drivers' standings by ten points.
"I would rather if Fernando won," Webber admitted at the sponsor event at Bernie Ecclestone's Paul Ricard circuit in France.
Webber worked with Benetton Renault in 2001 as test driver whilst also competing in F3000. He was replaced in 2002 by then rising rookie Fernando Alonso.