Formula 1 Championship Results

1
Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
2
Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
3
Mark Webber
Red Bull Racing
Championship
Position
Accumulated
Points
Pole
Position
Race
Position
Race
Points
Teams
Drivers
Championship
Position
Accumulated
Points
Best
Position
Race
Points
Teams
Drivers
Race Results ▶
Driver
BHR
AUS
MYS
CHN
ESP
MCO
TUR
CAN
EUR
GBR
DEU
HUN
BEL
ITA
SGP
JPN
KOR
BRA
ARE
Total
Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
12 25 8 15 18 12 25 6 15 15 12 18 25 25 25 256
25 12 12 18 8 4 15 4 25 18 25 25 15 25 15 6 252
Mark Webber
Red Bull Racing
4 2 18 4 25 25 15 10 25 8 25 18 8 15 18 18 4 242
Lewis Hamilton
McLaren-Mercedes
15 8 8 18 10 25 25 18 18 12 25 10 18 12 18 240
Jenson Button
McLaren-Mercedes
6 25 4 25 10 18 18 15 12 10 4 18 12 12 10 15 214
Felipe Massa
Ferrari
18 15 6 2 8 12 6 18 12 12 15 4 15 1 144
Nico Rosberg
Mercedes GP
10 10 15 15 6 10 8 1 15 4 8 10 10 8 12 142
Robert Kubica
Renault
18 12 10 4 15 8 6 10 6 15 4 6 10 2 10 136
Michael Schumacher
Mercedes GP
8 1 1 12 12 2 2 6 2 8 12 6 72
Rubens Barrichello
Williams-Cosworth
1 4 2 12 10 1 1 8 2 6 47
Adrian Sutil
Force India
10 6 4 2 1 8 4 10 2 47
Kamui Kobayashi
BMW Sauber
1 6 8 2 4 6 4 1 32
Vitaly Petrov
Renault
6 1 10 2 8 27
Nico Hülkenberg
Williams-Cosworth
1 1 8 6 1 1 4 22
Vitantonio Liuzzi
Force India
2 6 2 2 1 8 21
Sebastien Buemi
Scuderia Toro Rosso
1 4 2 1 8
Pedro de la Rosa
BMW Sauber
6 6
Nick Heidfeld
BMW Sauber
4 2 6
Jaime Alguersuari
Scuderia Toro Rosso
2 1 2 5
0
Jarno Trulli
Team Lotus
0
Karun Chandhok
Hispania Racing Team
0
Bruno Senna
Hispania Racing Team
0
Lucas di Grassi
Virgin Racing
0
Timo Glock
Virgin Racing
0
Sakon Yamamoto
Hispania Racing Team
0
Christian Klien
Hispania Racing Team
0
Team
BHR
AUS
MYS
CHN
ESP
MCO
TUR
CAN
EUR
GBR
DEU
HUN
BEL
ITA
SGP
JPN
KOR
BRA
ARE
Total
Red Bull Racing
Vettel/Webber
16 2 43 12 40 43 15 22 25 31 23 40 18 20 33 43 43 29 498
McLaren-Mercedes
Button/Hamilton
21 33 12 43 10 10 43 43 33 30 22 4 25 18 12 22 18 22 33 454
Ferrari
Massa/Alonso
43 27 6 14 26 20 10 15 4 43 30 12 40 29 15 40 15 7 396
Mercedes GP
Schumacher/Rosberg
18 11 15 16 12 6 22 8 1 17 6 14 12 10 8 12 14 12 214
Renault
Kubica/Petrov
18 12 16 4 15 8 6 10 7 10 17 4 6 10 2 18 163
Williams-Cosworth
Hülkenberg/Barrichello
1 4 1 2 12 11 9 7 9 2 7 4 69
Force India
Sutil/Liuzzi
2 6 10 6 6 2 3 8 4 11 2 8 68
BMW Sauber
Kobayashi/Heidfeld/de la Rosa
1 6 8 8 4 10 6 1 44
Scuderia Toro Rosso
Alguersuari/Buemi
2 1 1 4 2 1 2 13
Virgin Racing
Glock/di Grassi
0
Hispania Racing Team
Senna/Klien/Chandhok/Yamamoto
0
Team Lotus
Kovalainen/Trulli
0
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Championship Review

A TOURNAMENT FOR THE AGES WITH A FANTASTIC END

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The new season started on the Bahrain circuit in March, being this, the first of 19 rounds that includes the maiden Grand Prix of Korea.
As usual, rule changes were present. Highlighting the reduction in width of the front wheels from 270mm to 245mm, which limits the grip, but more relevant was the refueling ban during the race.

The latter measure had direct impact on car design, which now had to be bigger to be able to hold more fuel; however, no being able to refuel would also eliminate a process that often resulted in the loss of a valuable time, sometimes costly mistakes, etc.

The financial crisis had its victims within Formula 1. BMW announced his retirement from the competition, and so decided to sell its assets back to Peter Sauber (former owner), who now had at his command a much larger team, much more developed than when he ran it. In 2010 the team would race under the BMW Sauber name.

Toyota was another one who quit to his F1 adventure, perhaps taking advantage of the economic situation of the moment and/or maybe it just grew tired of getting constant mixed results. Overall, the team never became a member of the top and never obtained a victory (although it provided very reliable engines).

The defending champion constructor, Brawn GP (Honda Racing last year) also changed hands when Mercedes Benz bought it and with that, the big German manufacturer made his official return as constructor to the F1 after an absence of more than 50 years.

In term of changes, the drivers were not the exception. The highlight was Jenson Button leaving Brawn GP for McLaren to form a British All-Star team alongside Lewis Hamilton.

Also, a retired driver that holds the record of most F1 Championships (7) could not stand the lack of adrenaline of Sunday races, and decided to return to the grid. In case you forgot, we are talking about Michael Schumacher who signed with Mercedes, which also hired Nico Rosberg, thus forming another F1 national team (German in this case).

The "house of Maranello" and Fernando Alonso were flirting for a while, and their engagement finished with the signing of a contract for three seasons. The duties of driving the second Ferrari will fall again in the hands of Felipe Massa. Alonso seat at Renault was taken by the talented Robert Kubica, who would also partner with the Russian rookie Vitaly Petrov.

VETTEL CHAMPION WITH A GREAT LAST RUN

There were big expectations before the action started, a dream season was predicted, and it did not disappoint. From the very beginning Alonso gave joy to the "tifosi" when Ferrari got a 1-2 in a dull Bahrain GP. But it would take 10 rounds for the Spaniard to emerge victorious again.

Jenson Button showing his smooth driving skills and good use of the strategy took two wins, one on Australian soil and the other at China. In the middle of them, Sebastian Vettel crossed the finish line first in Malaysia. At this moment it was known that the Red Bull brought the best car in terms of aerodynamics, which Mark Webber was able to confirm with consecutive victories in Spain and Monaco, both in a great fashion.

In Turkish territory, we witnessed Vettel’s impatience taking the best of him, when in an aggressive attempt to take the lead out of Webber; he slightly and prematurely turned his car causing a touch that cost him the race and Webber the win. The Australian had to settle for third place while watching Hamilton celebrating the victory that could have been his. By now we have 5 different winners in seven races.

Turkey's episode brought to the surface some of the internal tensions within Red Bull. Webber felt sometimes relegated because of the favoritism over a faster Vettel who in turn had to prove to be more mature and exhibit better concentration, both strengths in his Aussie peer.

The controversy was also present but through mighty Ferrari. In the German Grand Prix, Felipe Massa was leading comfortably when his team instructed him to allow his teammate Alonso to pass (The Spaniard was somewhat faster but was having a hard time overtaking). The team was eventually fined, but the damage was done.

On several occasions, Sebastian Vettel showed to be the fastest of them all on the track, but at times it looked like he was not ready to plainly dominate. First, the turkey episode followed with the one in Belgium in which the German committed an error that cost him and Button the race. Then in Hungary he did not respect the speed rules in the presence of the 'Safety Car', and was penalized with a pass-through pits that made him lose the race lead.

Ferrari was still in catching up mode, but it made it work. After Germany, Alonso won on three occasions, plus a second and third place, all in the span of seven rounds. At the end of this tour in Korea, the Spanish had succeeded to become the tournament point’s leader slightly ahead of Webber.

For the Brazil Grand Prix, Alonso was ahead of Webber, Hamilton and Vettel by 11, 21 and 25 points respectively. Vettel lead a Red Bull 1-2 in Japanese soil, which reduced his distance over Alonso to 15 while Webber positioned himself just 8 behind.

The controversy gained strength just before the final Abu Dhabi round, when it was considered the possibility of Alonso clinching the championship with 7 point margin, basically obtained through the ugly German GP act.

To become F1 triple champion, the Spaniard had to finish fourth, to avoid depending in anybody’s results. Vettel would start from pole, while also Alonso from third on the grid. But just when the lights went off Alonso lost a position, and after an early and poorly calculated "pit-stop" the Ferrari driver got stuck in seventh place, just behind Petrov, who fiercely put up a battle to defend his position for the rest of the race (from lap 18). Sebastian Vettel led from the start and crossed the line safeguarded by Hamilton and Button, a result that combined with Alonso’s seventh place, made the German youngest champion in the history of Formula 1.

It is interesting to notice that Sebastian Vettel did not lead the tournament until the very end of it with the results of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, where he became champion.
 

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