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Belgian Grand Prix 2009 – Spa Francorchamps – Analysis & Statistics

Posted by f1cafe on September 12, 2009

Constructors’ Standings 2009
           
Position Constructor Points Gap to Leader Gap to Next Team Title Still Possible?
1 Brawn GP 128 0 0  
2 Red Bull-Renault 104.5 23.5 23.5 Yes
3 Ferrari 56 72 48.5 Yes
4 McLaren-Mercedes 44 84 12 No
5 Toyota 38.5 89.5 5.5 No
6 Williams-Toyota 30.5 97.5 8 No
7 BMW Sauber 18 110 12.5 No
8 Renault 16 112 2 No
9 Force India-Mercedes 8 120 8 No
10 STR-Ferrari 5 123 3 No
           
           
Drivers’ Standings 2009:
           
Position Driver Points Gap to Leader Gap to Next Driver Title Still Possible?
1 Jenson Button 72 0 0  
2 Rubens Barrichello 56 16 16 Yes
3 Sebastian Vettel 53 19 3 Yes
4 Mark Webber 51.5 20.5 1.5 Yes
5 Kimi Raikkonen 34 38 17.5 Yes
6 Nico Rosberg 30.5 41.5 3.5 No
7 Lewis Hamilton 27 45 3.5 No
8 Jarno Trulli 22.5 49.5 4.5 No
9 Felipe Massa 22 50 0.5 No
10 Heikki Kovalainen 17 55 5 No
11 Timo Glock 16 56 1 No
12 Fernando Alonso 16 56 1 No
13 Nick Heidfeld 10 62 6 No
14 Giancarlo Fisichella 8 64 2 No
15 Robert Kubica 8 64 2 No
16 Sebastien Buemi 3 69 5 No
17 Sebastien Bourdais 2 70 1 No
18 Adrian Sutil 0 72 2 No
19 Kazuki Nakajima 0 72 2 No
20 Nelson Piquet Jr. 0 72 2 No
21 Luca Badoer 0 72 2 No
22 Jaime Alguersuari 0 72 2 No
23 Romain Grosjean 0 72 2 No
           
           
Engine Suppliers’ Standings 2009:
           
Position Supplier Points Gap to Leader Gap to Next Supplier Teams Supplied
1 Mercedes Benz 180 0 0 3
2 Renault 120.5 59.5 59.5 2
3 Toyota 69 111 51.5 2
4 Ferrari 61 119 8 2
5 BMW 18 162 43 1
           
           
Total Wins by Driver (Out of 12 Races):
           
Team Driver Total Wins      
Brawn Mercedes Jenson Button 6      
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 2      
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 1      
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 1      
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 1      
Brawn Mercedes Rubens Barrichello 1      
           
Total Pole Positions by Driver (Out of 12 Races):
           
Team Driver Total Pole Positions      
Brawn Mercedes Jenson Button 4      
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 3      
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 1      
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 1      
Renault Fernando Alonso 1      
Force India-Mercedes Giancarlo Fisichella 1      
Toyota Jarno Trulli 1      
           
Total Podiums by Driver (Out of 12 Races):
           
Team Driver Total Podiums      
Brawn GP Jenson Button 7      
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 6      
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 6      
Brawn GP Rubens Barrichello 5      
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 4      
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 2      
Toyota Jarno Trulli 2      
BMW Sauber Nick Heidfeld 1      
Ferrari Felipe Massa 1      
Force India-Mercedes Giancarlo Fisichella 1      
Toyota Timo Glock 1      
           
Total Fastest Race Laps by Driver (Out of 12 Races):
           
Team Driver Fastest Laps      
Brawn GP Jenson Button 2      
Brawn GP Rubens Barrichello 2      
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 2      
Ferrari Felipe Massa 1      
Renault Fernando Alonso 1      
Toyota Jarno Trulli 1      
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 1      
Williams-Toyota Nico Rosberg 1      
Toyota Timo Glock 1      
           
           
Drivers’ Average Qualifying Position and Race Starting Grid Position:
           
Driver Average Qualifying
Position
Average Race
Starting Position
     
Sebastian Vettel 3.00 3.83      
Rubens Barrichello 4.08 4.42      
Jenson Button 4.25 4.25      
Mark Webber 6.75 6.33      
Nico Rosberg 7.92 7.75      
Kimi Raikkonen 8.08 7.75      
Jarno Trulli 8.17 9.00      
Fernando Alonso 8.33 8.00      
Felipe Massa 8.90 10.00      
Timo Glock 10.58 11.83      
Lewis Hamilton 10.75 10.75      
Heikki Kovalainen 11.00 10.83      
Robert Kubica 11.92 11.50      
Nick Heidfeld 12.00 11.58      
Kazuki Nakajima 12.25 11.92      
Nelson Piquet Jr. 14.60 14.20      
Sebastien Buemi 15.50 15.08      
Adrian Sutil 15.67 15.75      
Giancarlo Fisichella 16.17 15.83      
Romain Grosjean 16.50 16.50      
Sebastien Bourdais 17.67 17.22      
Jaime Alguersuari 18.67 18.33      
Luca Badoer 20.00 20.00      
           
           
Drivers’ Average Race Finishing Position:
           
Driver Average Finishing
Position
Average Finishing
Position (with Penalties)
     
Jenson Button 4.50 4.50      
Mark Webber 5.50 5.42      
Rubens Barrichello 5.58 5.58      
Nico Rosberg 7.00 6.92      
Timo Glock 8.17 8.08      
Sebastian Vettel 8.75 8.67      
Kimi Raikkonen 9.33 9.25      
Lewis Hamilton 9.33 10.67      
Fernando Alonso 10.25 10.17      
Nick Heidfeld 10.42 10.33      
Felipe Massa 10.60 10.60      
Jarno Trulli 11.00 11.00      
Giancarlo Fisichella 12.58 12.50      
Heikki Kovalainen 12.83 12.83      
Robert Kubica 13.00 12.92      
Sebastien Bourdais 14.33 14.22      
Nelson Piquet Jr. 14.40 14.40      
Kazuki Nakajima 14.58 14.58      
Adrian Sutil 15.33 15.25      
Sebastien Buemi 15.50 15.42      
Luca Badoer 15.50 15.50      
Jaime Alguersuari 17.00 17.00      
Romain Grosjean 17.50 17.50      
           
           
Total Points Finishes by Driver (Out of 12 Races):
           
Driver Points Finishes        
Jenson Button 11        
Nico Rosberg 10        
Rubens Barrichello 10        
Mark Webber 8        
Sebastian Vettel 7        
Fernando Alonso 6        
Jarno Trulli 6        
Kimi Raikkonen 6        
Timo Glock 6        
Felipe Massa 5        
Heikki Kovalainen 5        
Lewis Hamilton 5        
Nick Heidfeld 3        
Robert Kubica 3        
Sebastien Bourdais 2        
Sebastien Buemi 2        
Giancarlo Fisichella 1        
Adrian Sutil 0        
Jaime Alguersuari 0        
Kazuki Nakajima 0        
Luca Badoer 0        
Nelson Piquet Jr. 0        
Romain Grosjean 0        
           
           
Total DNFs and Disqualifications per Driver:
           
Driver DNFs Disqualifications      
Heikki Kovalainen 5 0      
Felipe Massa 3 0      
Jarno Trulli 3 0      
Kazuki Nakajima 3 0      
Sebastian Vettel 3 0      
Sebastien Bourdais 3 0      
Sebastien Buemi 3 0      
Adrian Sutil 2 0      
Fernando Alonso 2 0      
Kimi Raikkonen 2 0      
Nelson Piquet Jr. 2 0      
Robert Kubica 2 0      
Giancarlo Fisichella 1 0      
Jaime Alguersuari 1 0      
Jenson Button 1 0      
Lewis Hamilton 1 1      
Romain Grosjean 1 0      
Rubens Barrichello 1 0      
Luca Badoer 0 0      
Mark Webber 0 0      
Nick Heidfeld 0 0      
Nico Rosberg 0 0      
Timo Glock 0 0      
           
           
Team Mate Battles – Head to Head in Qualifying:
           
  Driver 1     Driver 2  
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 11 1 Mark Webber  
Williams-Toyota Nico Rosberg 10 2 Kazuki Nakajima  
Toyota Jarno Trulli 9 3 Timo Glock  
Renault Fernando Alonso 9 1 Nelson Piquet Jr.  
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 8 4 Heikki Kovalainen  
STR-Ferrari Sebastien Buemi 7 2 Sebastien Bourdais  
BMW Sauber Robert Kubica 7 5 Nick Heidfeld  
Brawn Mercedes Jenson Button 7 5 Rubens Barrichello  
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 6 4 Felipe Massa  
Force India-Mercedes Adrian Sutil 6 6 Giancarlo Fisichella  
STR-Ferrari Sebastien Buemi 3 0 Jaime Alguersuari  
Renault Fernando Alonso 2 0 Romain Grosjean  
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 2 0 Luca Badoer  
           
           
Team Mate Battles – Head to Head in Race:
           
  Driver 1     Driver 2  
Williams-Toyota Nico Rosberg 12 0 Kazuki Nakajima  
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 9 3 Heikki Kovalainen  
Brawn Mercedes Jenson Button 9 3 Rubens Barrichello  
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 8 4 Sebastian Vettel  
Renault Fernando Alonso 8 2 Nelson Piquet Jr.  
Force India-Mercedes Giancarlo Fisichella 8 4 Adrian Sutil  
Toyota Timo Glock 7 5 Jarno Trulli  
BMW Sauber Nick Heidfeld 7 5 Robert Kubica  
STR-Ferrari Sebastien Buemi 5 3 Sebastien Bourdais  
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 5 5 Felipe Massa  
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 2 0 Luca Badoer  
STR-Ferrari Jaime Alguersuari 2 1 Sebastien Buemi  
Renault Fernando Alonso 1 0 Romain Grosjean  
           

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F1 European Grand Prix 2009 – Analysis and Statistics

Posted by f1cafe on August 24, 2009


After all, Valencia did not turn out to be such a boring race. The dual between Lewis Hamilton and Rubens
Barrichello kept us interested in the race, until the 2nd round of pit stops. After the 2nd pit stop, it’s clear
that Rubens was going to win. But you could never write Lewis off as he always tries a bit harder than most
other drivers. In the end it wasn’t Lewis’ day.

What a race by Rubens. He kept his pace consistent and no mistakes at all. Its fantastic to see him win again,
after almost 5 years. Hearty congratulations to Rubens. Its great to see all other teams (especially Ferrari),
applauding Rubens when he was going into Parc Ferme.

A disappointing race return to Luca Badoer. Hope Ferrari get a quick guy in as soon as possible. Apart from Luca,
this race also featured many other newbies/rookies (Romain Grosjean, Jaime Alguersuari).

The championship leader Jenson Button struggled for the fourth race
in a row, but this time he was lucky not to lose points to Red Bull drivers. His Red Bull rivals Mark Webber and Sebastian
Vettel failed to capitalise and Jenson’s difficulties. Webber just finished out of points, and Vettel had an engine failure
(two Renault engine failures for him this weekend). Jenson managed to finish 7th to score 2 points. Interestingly,
with a 10 point haul, Rubens moved from 4th to 2nd in the standings and is now 18 points behind Jenson. Now all
it takes is a DNF by Jenson, and Rubens is back in the game. Jenson scored for the 11th consecutive race this season.

For the first time this season, 11 drivers fell out of title contention,
purely going by mathematics. These drivers include three mid-season debutants (Jaime, Luca, Grosjean) though.
The most notable amongst these are the two BMW drivers Robert Kubica and Nick Heidfeld. This sums up the miserable
season of BMW.

Also out of the constructors title hunt are the teams Renault, BMW Sauber,
STR-Ferrari and Force India.

Thanks to two great results from Lewis Hamilton (a win in Hungary and
2nd in Valencia), McLaren have managed to leapfrog Toyota and move up to fourth in constructors standings, and are
very close to catching Ferrari for third place. While Kimi managed two podium finishes in last two races, Ferrari need a
good second driver, if they want to keep hold of third place in constructors standings.

Constructors’ Standings 2009
           
Position Constructor Points Gap to Leader Gap to Next Team Title Still Possible?
1 Brawn GP 126 0 0  
2 Red Bull-Renault 98.5 27.5 27.5 Yes
3 Ferrari 46 80 52.5 Yes
4 McLaren-Mercedes 41 85 5 Yes
5 Toyota 38.5 87.5 2.5 Yes
6 Williams-Toyota 29.5 96.5 9 Yes
7 Renault 16 110 13.5 No
8 BMW Sauber 9 117 7 No
9 STR-Ferrari 5 121 4 No
10 Force India-Mercedes 0 126 5 No
           
           
Drivers’ Standings 2009:
           
Position Driver Points Gap to Leader Gap to Next Driver Title Still Possible?
1 Jenson Button 72 0 0  
2 Rubens Barrichello 54 18 18 Yes
3 Mark Webber 51.5 20.5 2.5 Yes
4 Sebastian Vettel 47 25 4.5 Yes
5 Nico Rosberg 29.5 42.5 17.5 Yes
6 Lewis Hamilton 27 45 2.5 Yes
7 Kimi Raikkonen 24 48 3 Yes
8 Jarno Trulli 22.5 49.5 1.5 Yes
9 Felipe Massa 22 50 0.5 Yes
10 Timo Glock 16 56 6 Yes
11 Fernando Alonso 16 56 6 Yes
12 Heikki Kovalainen 14 58 2 Yes
13 Nick Heidfeld 6 66 8 No
14 Robert Kubica 3 69 3 No
15 Sebastien Buemi 3 69 3 No
16 Sebastien Bourdais 2 70 1 No
17 Giancarlo Fisichella 0 72 2 No
18 Adrian Sutil 0 72 2 No
19 Kazuki Nakajima 0 72 2 No
20 Nelson Piquet Jr. 0 72 2 No
21 Jaime Alguersuari 0 72 2 No
22 Romain Grosjean 0 72 2 No
23 Luca Badoer 0 72 2 No
           
           
Engine Suppliers’ Standings 2009:
           
Position Supplier Points Gap to Leader Gap to Next Supplier Teams Supplied
1 Mercedes Benz 167 0 0 3
2 Renault 114.5 52.5 52.5 2
3 Toyota 68 99 46.5 2
4 Ferrari 51 116 17 2
5 BMW 9 158 42 1
           
           
Total Wins by Driver (Out of 11 Races):
           
Team Driver Total Wins      
Brawn Mercedes Jenson Button 6      
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 2      
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 1      
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 1      
Brawn Mercedes Rubens Barrichello 1      
           
Total Pole Positions by Driver (Out of 11 Races):
           
Team Driver Total Pole Positions      
Brawn Mercedes Jenson Button 4      
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 3      
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 1      
Renault Fernando Alonso 1      
Toyota Jarno Trulli 1      
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 1      
           
Total Podiums by Driver (Out of 11 Races):
           
Team Driver Total Podiums      
Brawn GP Jenson Button 7      
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 6      
Brawn GP Rubens Barrichello 5      
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 5      
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 3      
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 2      
Toyota Jarno Trulli 2      
BMW Sauber Nick Heidfeld 1      
Ferrari Felipe Massa 1      
Toyota Timo Glock 1      
           
           
Total Fastest Race Laps by Driver (Out of 11 Races):
           
Team Driver Fastest Laps      
Brawn GP Jenson Button 2      
Brawn GP Rubens Barrichello 2      
Ferrari Felipe Massa 1      
Renault Fernando Alonso 1      
Toyota Jarno Trulli 1      
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 1      
Williams-Toyota Nico Rosberg 1      
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 1      
Toyota Timo Glock 1      
           
           
Drivers’ Average Qualifying Position and Race Starting Grid Position:
           
Driver Average Qualifying
Position
Average Race
Starting Position
     
Sebastian Vettel 2.55 3.45      
Jenson Button 3.36 3.36      
Rubens Barrichello 4.09 4.45      
Mark Webber 6.55 6.09      
Nico Rosberg 7.73 7.55      
Fernando Alonso 7.91 7.55      
Kimi Raikkonen 8.27 7.91      
Jarno Trulli 8.73 9.64      
Felipe Massa 8.90 10.00      
Heikki Kovalainen 10.64 10.45      
Lewis Hamilton 10.64 10.64      
Timo Glock 10.91 12.27      
Kazuki Nakajima 11.73 11.36      
Robert Kubica 12.55 12.09      
Nick Heidfeld 12.82 12.36      
Romain Grosjean 14.00 14.00      
Nelson Piquet Jr. 14.60 14.20      
Sebastien Buemi 15.45 15.00      
Adrian Sutil 16.09 16.18      
Giancarlo Fisichella 17.55 17.18      
Sebastien Bourdais 17.67 17.22      
Jaime Alguersuari 19.50 19.00      
Luca Badoer 20.00 20.00      
           
           
Drivers’ Average Race Finishing Position:
           
Driver Average Finishing
Position
Average Finishing
Position (with Penalties)
     
Jenson Button 3.09 3.09      
Mark Webber 5.18 5.09      
Rubens Barrichello 5.45 5.45      
Nico Rosberg 6.91 6.82      
Timo Glock 8.00 7.91      
Lewis Hamilton 8.36 9.82      
Sebastian Vettel 9.27 9.18      
Fernando Alonso 9.36 9.27      
Kimi Raikkonen 10.09 10.00      
Jarno Trulli 10.18 10.18      
Felipe Massa 10.60 10.60      
Nick Heidfeld 10.91 10.82      
Heikki Kovalainen 13.45 13.45      
Giancarlo Fisichella 13.55 13.45      
Robert Kubica 13.82 13.73      
Sebastien Bourdais 14.33 14.22      
Nelson Piquet Jr. 14.40 14.40      
Kazuki Nakajima 14.73 14.73      
Romain Grosjean 15.00 15.00      
Jaime Alguersuari 15.50 15.50      
Adrian Sutil 15.73 15.64      
Sebastien Buemi 15.82 15.73      
Luca Badoer 17.00 17.00      
           
           
Total Points Finishes by Driver (Out of 10 Races):
           
Driver Points Finishes        
Jenson Button 11        
Nico Rosberg 9        
Rubens Barrichello 9        
Mark Webber 8        
Fernando Alonso 6        
Jarno Trulli 6        
Sebastian Vettel 6        
Timo Glock 6        
Felipe Massa 5        
Kimi Raikkonen 5        
Lewis Hamilton 5        
Heikki Kovalainen 4        
Nick Heidfeld 2        
Robert Kubica 2        
Sebastien Bourdais 2        
Sebastien Buemi 2        
Adrian Sutil 0        
Giancarlo Fisichella 0        
Jaime Alguersuari 0        
Kazuki Nakajima 0        
Luca Badoer 0        
Nelson Piquet Jr. 0        
Romain Grosjean 0        
           
           
Total DNFs and Disqualifications per Driver:
           
Driver DNFs Disqualifications      
Heikki Kovalainen 5 0      
Felipe Massa 3 0      
Kazuki Nakajima 3 0      
Sebastian Vettel 3 0      
Sebastien Bourdais 3 0      
Sebastien Buemi 3 0      
Adrian Sutil 2 0      
Jarno Trulli 2 0      
Kimi Raikkonen 2 0      
Nelson Piquet Jr. 2 0      
Robert Kubica 2 0      
Fernando Alonso 1 0      
Giancarlo Fisichella 1 0      
Rubens Barrichello 1 0      
Jaime Alguersuari 0 0      
Jenson Button 0 0      
Lewis Hamilton 0 1      
Luca Badoer 0 0      
Mark Webber 0 0      
Nick Heidfeld 0 0      
Nico Rosberg 0 0      
Romain Grosjean 0 0      
Timo Glock 0 0      
           
           
Team Mate Battles – Head to Head in Qualifying:
           
  Driver 1     Driver 2  
Red Bull-Renault Sebastian Vettel 10 1 Mark Webber  
Renault Fernando Alonso 9 1 Nelson Piquet Jr.  
Williams-Toyota Nico Rosberg 9 2 Kazuki Nakajima  
Toyota Jarno Trulli 8 3 Timo Glock  
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 7 4 Heikki Kovalainen  
STR-Ferrari Sebastien Buemi 7 2 Sebastien Bourdais  
BMW Sauber Robert Kubica 7 4 Nick Heidfeld  
Brawn Mercedes Jenson Button 7 4 Rubens Barrichello  
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 6 4 Felipe Massa  
Force India-Mercedes Adrian Sutil 6 5 Giancarlo Fisichella  
STR-Ferrari Sebastien Buemi 2 0 Jaime Alguersuari  
Renault Fernando Alonso 1 0 Romain Grosjean  
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 1 0 Luca Badoer  
           
           
Team Mate Battles – Head to Head in Race:
           
  Driver 1     Driver 2  
Williams-Toyota Nico Rosberg 11 0 Kazuki Nakajima  
McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 9 2 Heikki Kovalainen  
Brawn Mercedes Jenson Button 9 2 Rubens Barrichello  
Red Bull-Renault Mark Webber 8 3 Sebastian Vettel  
Renault Fernando Alonso 8 2 Nelson Piquet Jr.  
Force India-Mercedes Giancarlo Fisichella 7 4 Adrian Sutil  
BMW Sauber Nick Heidfeld 7 4 Robert Kubica  
Toyota Timo Glock 6 5 Jarno Trulli  
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 5 5 Felipe Massa  
STR-Ferrari Sebastien Buemi 5 3 Sebastien Bourdais  
STR-Ferrari Jaime Alguersuari 2 0 Sebastien Buemi  
Renault Fernando Alonso 1 0 Romain Grosjean  
Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen 1 0 Luca Badoer  
           

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Valentino Rossi to F1 or Ferrari? I prefer not!!!

Posted by f1cafe on August 21, 2009

We all know what a great racer and a great champion Valentino Rossi is. He is “The best” in MotoGP at the moment. But will he be any good in an F1 car? If the rumours came true and he moved to Ferrari, will he run at the sharp end of the grid? Nobody can say for sure, how its going to be like for Rossi to be in F1, but here’s my opinion.

The F1 grid is slowly getting rid of the old timers and fresh blood is coming in. At the same time Rossi is not getting any younger. To compete at the top in F1, age does matter! I don’t want Rossi to switch to F1, do badly for an year and disappear off the grid.

If he is looking for a new challenge though, I have a proposal for him. Even though he hasn’t got much left to prove in MotoGP, there’s always something :-)

He already won championships riding a Honda and a Yamaha. Wouldn’t it be fantastic, if he won another wolrd championship on a Ducati? Yes, Ducati!.

I urge him to switch to Ducati, to partner Casey Stoner. So far, Casey has been the only rider to do well on that bike, and all his team mates struggled massively. It’ll be a dream come true for many of his fans, if Rossi switches to Ducati, beats Casey Stoner and takes the championship! It’ll be one hell of a season between Casey and Rossi.

Not to forget  Ducati is an Italian team too!

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F1 Statistics and Analysis after Hungarian Grand Prix 2009

Posted by f1cafe on August 18, 2009

Constructors’ Standings 2009
           
Position Constructor Points Gap to Leader Gap to Next Team Title Still Possible?
1 Brawn GP 114 0 0 NA
2 Red Bull-Renault 98.5 15.5 15.5 Yes
3 Ferrari 40 74 58.5 Yes
4 Toyota 38.5 75.5 1.5 Yes
5 McLaren-Mercedes 28 86 10.5 Yes
6 Williams-Toyota 25.5 88.5 2.5 Yes
7 Renault 13 101 12.5 Yes
8 BMW Sauber 8 106 5 Yes
9 STR-Ferrari 5 109 3 Yes
10