Fastest Sector Championship post Bahrain

23 Apr

Before this race Ferrari were the only established team to have 0 points in this championship and, would you believe it they still do. This one takes times from FP3 split into their relevant sectors. The 6 fastest sector one times get points 6-5-4-3-2-1 the same happens for S2 and then for S3. Here are the drivers standings so far:

  1. Lewis Hamilton             McLaren            40            (last week 1st)
  2. Nico Rosberg                  Mercedes            39            (4th)
  3. Mark Webber                  Red Bull             35             (2nd)
  4. Sebastian Vettel             Red Bull             33             (6th)
  5. Michael Schumacher   Mercedes           30             (5th)
  6. Jenson Button               McLaren            28             (3rd)
  7. Romain Grosjean         Lotus                   20             (7th)
  8. Pastor Maldonado       Williams            10              (8th)
  9. Kimi Raikkonen           Lotus                    6               (9th)
  10. Sergio Perez                   Sauber                  4               (10th)
  11. Daniel Ricciardo          Toro Rosso         4               (12th)
  12. Nico Hulkenburg         Force India         3               (11th)

The top 6 is all change with Jenson Button coming off worse falling from 3rd to 6th, and after another strong weekend picking up 16 points Nico Rosberg has risen from 4th to 2nd and being just 1 point behind Lewis Hamilton he could be serious contendor.


  1. Mercedes           69          (last week 3rd)
  2. McLaren           68          (1st)
  3. Red Bull            68          (2nd)
  4. Lotus                 26          (4th)
  5. Williams          10          (5th)
  6. Sauber                4           (6th)
  7. Toro Rosso       4           (8th)
  8. Force India       3           (7th)

The top 3 is pretty much even and all it would take is one good or bad weekend and anyone of them could be out of the competition, but behind the top 3 the teams can only compete for 4th with the gap between 4th and 3rd a massive 42 points.


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