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F1 2012 standings (post European GP)

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.
Fernando Alonso wins in front of his home fans in Valencia and moves into the lead in the battle for the 2012 F1 drivers' championship, 20 points up on Mark Webber.

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel both fail to score and slip to third and fourth respectively, with Nico Rosberg still fifth.

Red Bull Racing meanwhile continues to head the constructors' standings, now 39 points ahead of McLaren, while Lotus and Ferrari lie third and fourth, with 126 and 122 points on the board respectively. Mercedes is fifth with 92.

CLICK HERE for the full driver and constructor standings following the F1 2012 European Grand Prix.

Related Pictures

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23.06.2012- Free Practice 3, Fernando Alonso (ESP) Scuderia Ferrari F2012
23.06.2012- Free Practice 3, Fernando Alonso (ESP) Scuderia Ferrari F2012
23.06.2012- Qualifying, Fernando Alonso (ESP) Scuderia Ferrari F2012

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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.

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