Championship standings

I’ve updated the World Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championship standings following the Spanish GP, so we can see where everyone’s at.

Jenson Button has stretched his healthy lead up the front in the WDC – to 14 points ahead of his teammate Rubens Barrichello – and Brawn as a team are doing very well overall in the WCC with a total of 68 points.

Ross Brawn has said that his team’s only real threat at the moment is Red Bull, and looking at the standings you’d have to say he’s right!

It’s still pretty shocking to see that Williams haven’t managed to convert any of their now slowly diminishing advantage into reasonable points, languishing as they are near the bottom of the WCC table.

And the Ferrari drivers must be kicking themselves – both being 38 points behind Button in the Drivers’ – with the team overall in the bottom half of the Constructors’.

But what will it all look like come the end of the season?

World Drivers Championship

1

Jenson Button

Brawn-Mercedes

41

2

Rubens Barrichello

Brawn-Mercedes

27

3

Sebastian Vettel

Red Bull-Renault

23

4

Mark Webber

Red Bull-Renault

15.5

5

Jarno Trulli

Toyota

14.5

6

Timo Glock

Toyota

12

7

Lewis Hamilton

McLaren-Mercedes

9

8

Fernando Alonso

Renault

9

9

Nick Heidfeld

BMW Sauber

6

10

Nico Rosberg

Williams-Toyota

4.5

11

H. Kovalainen

Williams-Toyota

4

12

Kimi Raikkonen

Ferrari

3

13

Felipe Massa

Ferrari

3

14

Sebastien Buemi

Toro Rosso-Ferrari

3

15

Sebastian Bourdais

Toro Rosso-Ferrari

1

16

Adrian Sutil

Force India-Mercedes

0

17

Nelson Piquet

Renault

0

18

Giancarlo Fisichella

Force India-Mercedes

0

19

Kazuki Nakajima

Williams-Toyota

0

20

Robert Kubica

BMW Sauber

0

World Constructors Championship

1

Brawn-Mercedes

68

2

Red Bull-Renault

38.5

3

Toyota

26.5

4

McLaren-Mercedes

13

5

Renault

9

6

Ferrari

6

7

BMW Sauber

6

8

Williams-Toyota

4.5

9

Toro Rosso-Ferrari

4

10

Force India-Mercedes

0

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