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CLICK HERE for the championship standings following this weekend's European Grand Prix - round 8 out of 20 in the 2012 FIA F1 World Championship.

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MrQwerty

June 24, 2012 4:26 PM
Last Edited 768 days ago

Webber ahead of Vettel is a bit misleading I feel, Webber only outperformed him in three races. There's a long way to go but I fancy it to boil down to Vettel, Alonso and Hamilton, the three drivers who seem to be able to get the most out of a car consistently.

R 25 - Unregistered

June 24, 2012 4:27 PM

Its amasing to say but as obvious as it may seem, todays result shows the true order of the skill set of the front runners, and grid line up.

As much as it was amusing to see the 'veterans'on the podium, it speaks words for the fareness of the officialing to todays race and what experience and profesionalism can bring. If, one leaves the politics behind.

MrQwerty

June 24, 2012 5:01 PM

@pc

But Vettel outraced him in Australia, Bahrain, Spain, Canada and again this weekend. And for the last two years. When Vettel is on form, which is most of the time, he's got too much for Webber.

MrQwerty

June 24, 2012 5:26 PM

On a side note, it's occurred to me that if Maldonado had cut out his various incidents and misdemeanours, he would be splitting the Lotus'. Is it that he is very quick or would a more established driver be getting more consistently strong results out of the Williams?

Mice Nuts - Unregistered

June 25, 2012 1:54 AM

Don't worry, the order will be restored. The only asset Ferrari has is Alonso (and his faultless driving). If RBR, McLaren, Lotus, Mercedes, Williams, etc manage to put their act together by the end of the season there will be no Ferrari in top six.

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