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  • Drivers’ Championship

    NoNamePoints
    1Lewis Hamilton384
    2Nico Rosberg317
    3Daniel Ricciardo238
    4Valtteri Bottas186
    5Sebastian Vettel167
    6Fernando Alonso161
    7Felipe Massa134
    8Jenson Button126
    9Nico Hulkenberg96
    10Sergio Perez59
  • Constructors’ Championship

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    1Mercedes701
    2Red Bull405
    3Williams320
    4Ferrari216
    5McLaren181
    6Force India155
  • F1 2013 – Raikkonen: Lotus throwing away victories

    Formula One News » F1 2013 – Raikkonen: Lotus throwing away victories

    Kimi Raikkonen has said Lotus are throwing away victories due to their poor qualifying pace, after finishing 2nd at the Hungarian grand prix but qualifying 6th.

    “The car was working well but unfortunately on Saturdays we keep making the race more difficult.”

    “Hopefully we can fix that a little bit and be a bit more at the front at the beginning of the race. It worked for us today but yesterday wasn’t as easy otherwise probably we could have won.”



    3 Comments

    1. Boycottthebull
      Posted 29/07/2013 at 10:42 | Permalink

      Kimi is turning out to be a blame everyone else type of person. I distinctly remember seeing a Lotus much faster in qualifying that you. Its the teams or the cars fault how exactly?

    2. KevinW
      Posted 29/07/2013 at 13:07 | Permalink

      Delusions all around. First, the car is not fast, it’s just easy on tires. This means poor Q3 results. Every podium won by the team this season is based on making it to the end with one less stop. If the average delta is 20s, that makes the Lotus 20s slower, over 70 laps, that’s roughly .3s per lap off pace – just about where they land in Q3, .3s short of poll. In the race, add the 20s to the 11s gap to Hamilton, and Kimi would have been 6th, which is where he lands every time hes forced to run the same number of stops as everyone else. Lotus is hiding a slow car on pit strategy, the rest is all puffery and BS.

    3. Kaush
      Posted 30/07/2013 at 07:04 | Permalink

      How true, Kimi knows what he is talking and what he wants, what a driver.

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