Motor racing-Formula One driver and constructor standings

Sun Mar 24, 2013 10:04am GMT

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March 24 (Infostrada Sports) - Driver and constructor standings after the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang International Circuit on Sunday 
    Drivers                                    Points 
1.  Sebastian Vettel (Germany) Red Bull        40     
2.  Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) Lotus             31     
3.  Mark Webber (Australia) Red Bull           26     
4.  Lewis Hamilton (Britain) Mercedes          25     
5.  Felipe Massa (Brazil) Ferrari              22     
6.  Fernando Alonso (Spain) Ferrari            18     
7.  Nico Rosberg (Germany) Mercedes            12     
8.  Romain Grosjean (France) Lotus             9      
9.  Adrian Sutil (Germany) Force India         6      
10. Paul Di Resta (Britain) Force India        4      
11. Nico Huelkenberg (Germany) Sauber          4      
12. Sergio Perez (Mexico) McLaren              2      
13. Jenson Button (Britain) McLaren            2      
14. Jean-Eric Vergne (France) Toro Rosso       1      
15. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) Williams         0      
16. Esteban Gutierrez (Mexico) Sauber          0      
17. Jules Bianchi (France) Marussia            0      
18. Charles Pic (France) Caterham              0      
19. Giedo van der Garde (Netherlands) Caterham 0      
20. Max Chilton (Britain) Marussia             0      
21. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) Toro Rosso    0      
22. Pastor Maldonado (Venezuela) Williams      0      
    Constructors           Points 
1.  RedBull - Renault      66     
2.  Lotus - Renault        40     
3.  Ferrari                40     
4.  Mercedes               37     
5.  Force India - Mercedes 10     
6.  Sauber - Ferrari       4      
7.  McLaren - Mercedes     4      
8.  Toro Rosso - Ferrari   1      
9.  Williams - Renault     0      
10. Marussia - Cosworth    0      
11. Caterham - Renault     0
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