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After Abu Dhabi
Championship Standings:
Drivers
Pos Driver Points
1 Nico Rosberg 385
2 Lewis Hamilton 380
3 Daniel Ricciardo 256
4 Sebastian Vettel 212
5 Max Verstappen 204
6 Kimi Raikkonen 186
7 Sergio Perez 101
8 Valtteri Bottas 85
9 Nico Hulkenberg 72
10 Fernando Alonso 54
11 Felipe Massa 53
12 Carlos Sainz 46
13 Romain Grosjean 29
14 Daniil Kvyat 25
15 Jenson Button 21
16 Kevin Magnussen 7
17 Felipe Nasr 2
18 Jolyon Palmer 1
19 Pascal Wehrlein 1
20 Stoffel Vandoorne 1
21 Esteban Gutierrez 0
22 Marcus Ericsson 0
23 Esteban Ocon 0
24 Rio Haryanto 0

Constructors
Pos Team Points
1 Mercedes 765
2 Red Bull 468
3 Ferrari 398
4 Force India 173
5 Williams 138
6 McLaren 76
7 Toro Rosso 63
8 Haas 29
9 Renault 8
10 Sauber 2
11 Manor 1
 

Team-by-team summary: Friday, Silverstone

Formula 1
Friday, July 4, 2008

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MCLAREN-MERCEDES
The silver cars were among the pacesetters throughout practice, but it was Heikki Kovalainen rather than local hero Lewis Hamilton - who had a notable grassy moment - leading the way.  "We shouldn't get carried away with being fastest on Friday afternoon, but we've got a good basis for Sunday," Kovalainen said.

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RED BULL-RENAULT
Mark Webber, who lost time with an electrical problem in the morning, and David Coulthard were both in the top four in the afternoon session.  Don't expect them to maintain those sorts of positions throughout the weekend, though -- in the media release, the pair respectively described the day as "not bad" and "normal".

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WILLIAMS-TOYOTA
Both cars were inside the top ten in the afternoon, but Kazuki Nakajima lost time after he spun and was collected by the barriers on the run to Bridge corner.

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TORO ROSSO-FERRARI
Sebastian Vettel, despite hardly knowing the Silverstone layout, was a top-seven contender throughout the opening day of practice, consistently a lot quicker than teammate Sebastien Bourdais.

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HONDA
Jenson Button, wearing a special helmet livery designed by a fan this weekend, and teammate Rubens Barrichello, looked more competitive in the afternoon, when they were in the top ten.  Morning mileage was limited because of concerns about a suspension failure on Barrichello's car.

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FERRARI
Felipe Massa's fastest morning time was not bettered even after he slid on Fernando Alonso's spilt oil and crashed heavily at Stowe, nor throughout the entire afternoon session, when he returned to the track in a repaired car and was eighth.  Kimi Raikkonen was 12th in the afternoon.  "I had a bit of a struggle to find the best settings on the car," he said.

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BMW-SAUBER
The media release described Friday as a "quiet start" for BMW-Sauber, after Robert Kubica and Nick Heidfeld finished the afternoon outside the top ten.

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TOYOTA
Surely one of Jarno Trulli's worst days in formula one; slow in the morning, slowest in the afternoon, and heavily in the Stowe corner barriers after his rear wing fell off.  "I was taken to the medical centre for a routine check but I am fine and cleared to return to the cockpit tomorrow," he said.  Timo Glock, whose similar rear wing was reverted to an older spec after Trulli's crash, seemed quicker than his teammate, before his afternoon was interrupted with a clutch problem.

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RENAULT
The oil from Fernando Alonso's blown engine pitched Massa into the barriers in the morning, and the Spaniard was just 15th quickest in the afternoon.  Nelson Piquet was one or two tenths slower.

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FORCE INDIA-FERRARI
Giancarlo Fisichella started his day getting the all-clear from doctors to race this weekend following his heavy testing crash last week.  He ended up 16th, with Adrian Sutil a couple of tenths behind.

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