Britain's Lewis Hamilton remains in the lead in the battle for the F1 2010 drivers' championship following his runners-up spot finish at the British Grand Prix today.

Hamilton now has 145 points, extending his advantage over his McLaren team-mate, Jenson Button, who is his nearest rival, from six points post-Valencia to twelve ahead of the trip to Hockenheim.

Mark Webber moves up to third in the standings, after his third win of the year, ahead of his team-mate, Sebastian Vettel, who recovered to take P7 after picking up a puncture at the start. Fernando Alonso stays fifth in the standings despite not scoring.

In the Constructors' championship, McLaren remains comfortably ahead of Red Bull, although the Milton Keynes-based outfit does cut the gap slightly from 30 points to 29.

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