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F1 2012 standings (post British GP)

Latest F1 2012 World Championship standings after the British Grand Prix.

Mark Webber wins the British Grand Prix and closes the gap to championship leader, Fernando Alonso, reducing it from 20 points to 13.

Sebastian Vettel moves up to third, 16 points behind his team-mate, while Lewis Hamilton slips to fourth. Kimi Raikkonen is now fifth and ahead of Nico Rosberg.

Red Bull Racing meanwhile continues to head the constructors' standings, extending its lead to 64 points. Ferrari now holds second, with Lotus third and McLaren dropping all the way down to fourth. Mercedes stays fifth.

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

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07.07.2012- Free Practice 3, Mark Webber (AUS) Red Bull Racing RB8
07.07.2012- Free Practice 3, Mark Webber (AUS) Red Bull Racing RB8
06.07.2012- Free Practice 2, Mark Webber (AUS) Red Bull Racing RB8

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Dee - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 3:15 PM

After so many winners this season, we're finally getting down to the serious contenders. Webber is looking stronger than I've ever seen him. We know Alonso is strong and he won't give up any points without a fight. Vettel is also hovering, though he is more than a win behind Alonso at the moment. These 3 seem to be the main contenders. The McLaren seems to have far too many off days to give Hamilton a serious run at things this year, and while the Lotus is fast, they just can't seem to get their act together this season. A dog fight between Alsono, Webber and Vettel for the rest of the season would be great - a bit like 2010.

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