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2014 Point Standings
After Russia
Championship Standings:
1 Lewis Hamilton 291
2 Nico Rosberg 274
3 Daniel Ricciardo 199
4 Valtteri Bottas 145
5 Sebastian Vettel 143
6 Fernando Alonso 141
7 Jenson Button 94
8 Nico Hulkenberg 76
9 Felipe Massa 71
10 Kevin Magnussen 49
11 Sergio Perez 47
12 Kimi Rikknen 47
13 Jean-Eric Vergne 21
14 Romain Grosjean 8
15 Daniil Kvyat 8
16 Jules Bianchi 2
17 Adrian Sutil0
18 Marcus Ericsson 0
19 Pastor Maldonado 0
20 Esteban Gutierrez 0
21 Max Chilton 0
22 Kamui Kobayashi 0
23 Andre Lotterer 0

Constructors
1 Mercedes 565
2 Red Bull Racing-Renault 342
3 Williams-Mercedes 216
4 Ferrari 188
5 McLaren-Mercedes 143
6 Force India-Mercedes 123
7 STR-Renault 29
8 Lotus-Renault 8
9 Marussia-Ferrari 2
10 Sauber-Ferrari 0
11 Caterham-Renault 0

Wins
1 Lewis Hamilton9
2 Nico Rosberg 4
3 Daniel Ricciardo 3

Team Wins
1 Mercedes 13
2 Red Bull 3

Podiums
1 Nico Rosberg 13
2 Lewis Hamilton 13
3 Daniel Ricciardo 7
4 Valtteri Bottas 5
5 Sebastian Vettel4
6 Fernando Alonso 2
7 Kevin Magnussen 1
8 Jenson Button 1
9 Sergio Perez1
10 Felipe Massa 1

Team Podiums
1 Mercedes 26
2 Red Bull 11
3 Williams 6
4 McLaren 2
5 Ferrari 2
6 Force India 1

Pole Positions
1 Nico Rosberg 8
2 Lewis Hamilton 7
3 Felipe Massa 1

Team Pole Positions
1 Mercedes 15
2 Williams 1

Fastest laps
1 Lewis Hamilton 6
2 Nico Rosberg 5
3 Sebastian Vettel 1
4 Kimi Raikkonen 1
5 Felipe Massa 1
6 Sergio Perez 1
7 Valtteri Bottas 1

Team Fastest laps
1 Mercedes 11
2 Williams 2
3 Red Bull 1
4 Ferrari 1
5 Force India 1

Laps completed
1 Daniel Ricciardo 945
2 Jenson Button 939
3 Kevin Magnussen 929
4 Valtteri Bottas 929
5 Kimi Raikkonen 895
6 Nico Hulkenberg 894
7 Fernando Alonso 884
8 Nico Rosberg 881
Latest F1 News and Commentary

Q and A with Mario Theissen
  BMW Motorsports Boss
BMW Motorsport Director Mario Theissen summed up a tough season in positive terms: We exceeded our own targets, which makes us very proud.  The penalty imposed on McLaren Mercedes may have promoted us to second place in the World Championship on paper, but that doesn’t disguise the fact that four cars were clearly faster than us in 2007. It was a strong season we even managed to crack the 100 points barrier.
Q and A with BMW’s Mario Theissen
  BMW Motorsports Boss
BMW Motorsport Director Mario Theissen summed up a tough season in positive terms: We exceeded our own targets, which makes us very proud. The penalty imposed on McLaren Mercedes may have promoted us to second place in the World Championship on paper, but that doesn’t disguise the fact that four cars were clearly faster than us in 2007. It was a strong season we even managed to crack the 100 points barrier.
Raikkonen wins F1 title as Hamilton chokes
  by Mark Cipolloni
On a sun-splashed day in Sao Paulo, Brazil Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen has won the Brazilian GP and with it the F1 World Driving title. Felipe Massa was 2nd in the other Ferrari and McLaren’s Fernando Alonso third. Lewis Hamilton, who appeared to have the title all wrapped up going into the race, went off course on the first lap and fell back. He recovered to finish 7th and tie Alonso for 2nd in the title, both 1 point behind Kimi. Hamilton was awarded 2nd on the tie-breaker.
Massa secures pole in front of Brazilian fans
  F1
Ferrari Marlboro’s Felipe Massa will lead the three Formula One title contenders to the green on Sunday after he took the pole for the Grand Prix of Brazil. In front of the home crowd, Massa recorded a 1:11.931s lap to take his second consecutive pole here. Lewis Hamilton qualified second with a time of 1:12.082. Kimi Räikkönen and Alonso were 3rd & 4th.
Raikkonen wins wet Chinese GP, Alonso 2nd
  It’s Hamilton’s turn to choke
Kimi Raikkonen won the rain hit Chinese Grand Prix, in Shanghai, in his Ferrari, ahead of the McLaren-Mercedes of Fernando Alonso and ahead of his Ferrari teammate Felipe Massa, in an action packed race  World Championship leader Lewis Hamilton dominated the opening wet stages of the race but crashed out on wore wet weather tires.
Hamilton secures as Alonso cries foul
  F1 in China
Formula one teams demonstrated an incredible level of competitiveness on Saturday as the eleven teams battled for qualifying positions in China. Lewis Hamilton emerged with a surprise pole position, despite Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen leading every other official session this weekend -- including the ’Q1’ and ’Q2’ low-fuel sectors.
Hamilton wins, Alonso crashes in Japan
  Pouring rain at Fuji
Lewis Hamilton won a rain soaked Japanese Grand Prix at Fuji, Japan Sunday, to score his fourth victory of the season in his McLaren-Mercedes. The heavy rain played havoc with the drivers, which caused numerous incidents.  Another rookie, Heikki Kovalainen finished second in his Renault, 8.3 seconds behind the leader.  He fought hard to the flag with his countryman Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari) just 1.1 seconds behind in third.
All McLaren front row at wet Fuji track
  as F1 returns to reworked Toyota track
Lewis Hamilton took his fifth F1 pole position of the year at Mount Fuji on Saturday afternoon, by just 0.070s over his McLaren teammate Fernando Alonso on a wet track.  The Ferraris of Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa will start 3rd and 4th respectively.  Nick Heidfeld rounds out the top-5 in his BMW. In Saturday’s difficult qualifying with a wet track and poor visibility, Lewis put in a time of 1m25.368.
Raikkonen dominates for Ferrari at Spa
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
On an unusually sunny weekend in the Ardennes Mountains, Polesitter Kimi Raikkonen won his third straight Belgian Grand Prix, at Spa Francorchamps, in dominant fashion giving Ferrari a 1-2 with his teammate Felipe Massa finishing second 4.6 seconds adrift. Fernando Alonso finished third, comfortably ahead of his slower McLaren teammate.
Ferrari to start 1-2 at Spa
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
Kimi Raikkonen led a Ferrari 1-2 in qualifying for Sunday's Belgium GP at Spa.  Felipe Massa will start 2nd in the sister Ferrari ahead of Fernando Alonso and his McLaren teammate Lewis Hamilton.  The top three are separated by just 1/10th of a second but Hamilton is a full 1/2 second behind the leading trio as once again Alonso is showing the world who is the faster driver on that team now that he has stopped the favoritism Hamilton, who is British, was getting from the British team.
Spygate - At last it’s over.  Or is it?
  by Ray Masters
Arguably the ugliest moment in the 57 year history of our beloved sport has ended with a record fine and loss of a certain 2007 championship for McLaren.  I have spent almost 50 years of my life following F1 and over those years have had many reasons to shake my head in disbelief.  But this is without doubt the biggest debacle ever.
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