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2014 Point Standings
After Russia
Championship Standings:
1 Lewis Hamilton 291
2 Nico Rosberg 274
3 Daniel Ricciardo 199
4 Valtteri Bottas 145
5 Sebastian Vettel 143
6 Fernando Alonso 141
7 Jenson Button 94
8 Nico Hulkenberg 76
9 Felipe Massa 71
10 Kevin Magnussen 49
11 Sergio Perez 47
12 Kimi Räikkönen 47
13 Jean-Eric Vergne 21
14 Romain Grosjean 8
15 Daniil Kvyat 8
16 Jules Bianchi 2
17 Adrian Sutil0
18 Marcus Ericsson 0
19 Pastor Maldonado 0
20 Esteban Gutierrez 0
21 Max Chilton 0
22 Kamui Kobayashi 0
23 Andre Lotterer 0

Constructors
1 Mercedes 565
2 Red Bull Racing-Renault 342
3 Williams-Mercedes 216
4 Ferrari 188
5 McLaren-Mercedes 143
6 Force India-Mercedes 123
7 STR-Renault 29
8 Lotus-Renault 8
9 Marussia-Ferrari 2
10 Sauber-Ferrari 0
11 Caterham-Renault 0

Wins
1 Lewis Hamilton9
2 Nico Rosberg 4
3 Daniel Ricciardo 3

Team Wins
1 Mercedes 13
2 Red Bull 3

Podiums
1 Nico Rosberg 13
2 Lewis Hamilton 13
3 Daniel Ricciardo 7
4 Valtteri Bottas 5
5 Sebastian Vettel4
6 Fernando Alonso 2
7 Kevin Magnussen 1
8 Jenson Button 1
9 Sergio Perez1
10 Felipe Massa 1

Team Podiums
1 Mercedes 26
2 Red Bull 11
3 Williams 6
4 McLaren 2
5 Ferrari 2
6 Force India 1

Pole Positions
1 Nico Rosberg 8
2 Lewis Hamilton 7
3 Felipe Massa 1

Team Pole Positions
1 Mercedes 15
2 Williams 1

Fastest laps
1 Lewis Hamilton 6
2 Nico Rosberg 5
3 Sebastian Vettel 1
4 Kimi Raikkonen 1
5 Felipe Massa 1
6 Sergio Perez 1
7 Valtteri Bottas 1

Team Fastest laps
1 Mercedes 11
2 Williams 2
3 Red Bull 1
4 Ferrari 1
5 Force India 1

Laps completed
1 Daniel Ricciardo 945
2 Jenson Button 939
3 Kevin Magnussen 929
4 Valtteri Bottas 929
5 Kimi Raikkonen 895
6 Nico Hulkenberg 894
7 Fernando Alonso 884
8 Nico Rosberg 881
Latest F1 News and Commentary

F1 and NASCAR ramblings....
  by Brian Carroccio
This past week, it was revealed both the Caterham and Marussia Formula One teams would not race in this coming weekend's United States Grand Prix. It should be said that an in-depth analysis of the situations would reveal circumstances unique to each party. However, as unfortunate stories of complicated ownership structures, nine-figure debt tallies, constant buyout rumors and lap times five seconds off the pace both share much in common.
Sharp Curve Ahead
  by Brian C. Mackey
It's that time of year again.  You know, the changing fall colors, the cooling air, pumpkins and most of all, we're deep in the sponsor hunting season of the fourth quarter.  In reality, the search for sponsors is all year long, but this time of year is reserved for the most concentrated effort.  But just like the seasons seem to be a little out of kilter, in recent years so has the sponsorship story. I used to think motorsports was at a crossroads.  I don't think that way anymore.
Vettel's move caught Alonso with his pants down
  by Brian Carroccio
If reports are to be believed, Sebastian Vettel was moved to tears during the recent Japanese Grand Prix race weekend. It was in Japan, where the four-time reigning World Champion informed Infiniti Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner he would be leaving the team he signed with as a development driver in 1998; the team he dominated the sport with from 2010-2013.
Russian GP: Sunday Press Conference
  From Sochi
Drivers
1 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
3 - Valtteri BOTTAS (Williams)
Hamilton leads Mercedes 1-2-3-4-5 in Russia
  Mercedes power dominates race
As it has been all year, if you didn't have Mercedes power in the Russian GP you were nowhere.  Lewis Hamilton led every lap to win the inaugural Russian GP at Sochi after his teammate Nico Rosberg handed him the race on a silver platter.  Rosberg was 2nd after having to run the entire race on one set of tires after severely flat spotting his first set on lap 1 while passing Hamilton. Valtteri Bottas was third followed by Jenson Button and his McLaren teammate Magnussen - all with Mercedes power.
Russian GP: Saturday Press Conference
  From Sochi
DRIVERS
1 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
3 - Valtteri BOTTAS (Williams)
Russian GP: Mercedes power to start 1-2-3-4
  Hamilton nips Teammate for pole
Lewis Hamilton beat his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg by 2/10ths of a second with a time of 1m38.513s to secure pole for the inaugural Russian GP at Sochi as Mercedes powered cars ran 1-2-3-4. Valtteri Bottas was third quick for Williams/Mercedes and would have taken pole had he not tried too hard and run wide in the final corner. Jenson Button driving to keep his job, was 4th quick for McLaren with Mercedes power.
Russian GP: Friday Press Conference
  From Sochi
Team Representatives
Eric Boullier (McLaren)
Monisha Kaltenborn (Sauber)
Franz Tost (Toro Rosso)
Marco Mattiacci (Ferrari)
Graeme Lowdon (Marussia)
Christian Horner (Red Bull Racing)
Russian GP: Thursday Press Conference
  From Sochi
Drivers:
Fernando Alonso
Jenson Button
Daniil Kvyat
Felipe Massa
Adrian Sutil
Sebastian Vettel
Japanese GP: Sunday press conference
  From Suzuka
DRIVERS
1 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
3 - Sebastian VETTEL (Red Bull Racing)
Japanese GP: Lewis Hamilton defeats Nico Rosberg
  In rain shortened race as Bianchi to hospital injured
On a wet Suzuka track Lewis Hamilton defeated Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg to win the Japanese Grand Prix shortened by an accident for Jules Bianchi and bad weather. Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel completed the podium, despite a trip through the gravel at the Esses, while teammate Daniel Ricciardo beat Jenson Button's McLaren to finish fourth. Recently Vettel appears to have the measure of Ricciardo as the tables have turned.
Japanese GP: Saturday Press Conference
  From Suzuka
Drivers:
1st Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)
2nd Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
3rd Valtteri Bottas (Williams )
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