(GMM) Red Bull's Mark Webber has led more laps this season than any of his competitors.
In total, drivers on the 2010 grid have led 491 laps in total at the eight grand prix venues.
Australian Webber has led 210 of them, a full 93 more than his highly rated teammate Sebastian Vettel.
It means the Adrian Newey-penned RB6 has only failed to lead 33.4 per cent of all the racing laps so far.
However, it is McLaren leading both the drivers' and constructors' championships at present, despite the MP4-25 only leading 26 per cent of the laps.
And although with only one victory compared to his teammate's two, Jenson Button (73) has led significantly more laps than Lewis Hamilton (55).
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso (18 laps) and Nico Rosberg (17) are the only other drivers to have led laps so far in 2010, with the exception of Sebastien Buemi, who went to the front of the field for one lap in Canada before making a pitstop.
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