Fastest Sector Championship post Monaco 12

30 May

Round 6 of the F1 world championship was at Monaco, the home of …… well, the Monagasque people, and for one week only F1 and the Fastest Sector Championship. 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:

  1. Lewis Hamilton               McLaren              53           (previous standing: 1st)
  2. Sebastian Vettel               Red Bull                53          (2nd)
  3. Nico Rosberg                    Mercedes              49          (4rd)
  4. Mark Webber                    Red Bull                40         (3rd)
  5. Jenson Button                  McLaren               37         (5th)
  6. Michael Schumacher     Mercedes               30        (6th)
  7. Romain Grosjean           Lotus                       29        (7th)
  8. Pastor Maldonado          Williams               18         (8th)
  9. Fernando Alonso            Ferrari                   17          (13th)
  10. Sergio Perez                      Sauber                   16          (9th)
  11. Felipe Massa                    Ferrari                   12          (-)
  12. Kamui Kobayashi           Sauber                     9           (10th)
  13. Kimi Raikkonen              Lotus                       6           (11th)
  14. Daniel Ricciardo             Toro Rosso            4           (12th)
  15. Nico Hulkenburg            Force India            3           (14th)
  16. Jean-Eric Vergne            Toro Rosso            2           (15th)

The Ferrari pairing of Alonso and Massa have performed the strongest last weekend, between them picking up 25 points. Before this weekend they’d only picked up 4.

Constructors standings:

  1. Red Bull                    93          (1st)
  2. McLaren                  90          (2nd)
  3. Mercedes                  79          (3rd)
  4. Lotus                         35          (4th)
  5. Ferrari                      29          (8th)
  6. Sauber                      25          (5th)
  7. Williams                 18          (6th)
  8. Toro Rosso              6            (7th)
  9. Force India              3            (9th)

It appears to be a two horse race between Red Bull and McLaren, but Mercedes aren’t far behind, and if Ferrari can continue their current rate of points accumulation then they could be contenders too.


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