Hamilton to ‘move on’ after Raikkonen apology for Silverstone clash
Lewis Hamilton says he has accepted an apology from Kimi Raikkonen for their first-lap clash in last weekend’s British Grand Prix and wants to "move on" from the incident.
Hamilton was spun around by the Ferrari driver at Turn 3 at Silverstone, which dropped him to 18th and necessitated a charge through the order to finish second.
The collision sparked huge scrutiny over the Ferrari vs Mercedes 2018 fight as it came just two races after Raikkonen’s team-mate Sebastian Vettel wiped out the other Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas in France.
Hamilton hinted at "interesting tactics" from Ferrari post-race but took to Instagram on Monday to say: "Kimi said sorry and I accept it and we move on.
"It was a racing incident and nothing more.
"Sometimes we say dumb shit and we learn from it".
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff said after the race that he was "not comfortable at all with the incident because it’s tiresome being taken out in the first lap".
He had earlier told Sky Sports F1 that Mercedes technical director James Allison had asked "do you think it is deliberate or incompetence?" during the race.
That Allison remark was then put to Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene, who told Italian TV that he hoped it was a joke or he would otherwise be extremely displeased.
But it is believed that Allison’s comment was made in jest, and has not caused a serious problem between the two teams.
Wolff even clarified his initial remark later on Sunday when speaking to Polish TV channel Eleven Sports.
"I said you need to question whether it was incompetence or deliberate – a stupid comment of mine in the emotion," he said.
"But it was just a stupid manoeuvre and a stupid manoeuvre that happened a second time in three races – that’s why [I had] the emotion."
Hamilton used his Instagram account post-race to address his absence from the immediate interviews before the podium ceremony.
Claiming he had lost "nearly 3kg" in his recovery drive, Hamilton said he "barely had any energy at the end to stand, let alone talk".
"If you can’t understand and appreciate that then I fully understand," he added.
"[It] was nothing to do with anger, [I was] literally just exhausted both physically and emotionally."
Kimi Raikkonen ‘just messed up’ in Lewis Hamilton collision – Nico Rosberg
Nico Rosberg says it is obvious there was nothing deliberate about Kimi Raikkonen’s clash with Lewis Hamilton at the start of the British Grand Prix.
While comments from Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes made in the heat of the moment after the Silverstone race stirred up the idea that the first lap collision could have been on purpose, 2016 Formula 1 world champion Rosberg thinks the incident was simply down to Raikkonen messing up.
Rosberg says that the fact that Ferrari did not impose team orders in Austria to drop Raikkonen behind Vettel was a clear sign that the Finn is not out there just to help his team-mate to the title.
Speaking about the incident on his YouTube channel, Rosberg said: "The answer is pretty simple. 100% not on purpose.
"We also saw that in Austria because even there, Kimi is not driving for Sebastian.
"In Austria, Kimi was second and Sebastian third and there was no letting Sebastian past at all. They didn’t even consider that.
"Kimi is driving for his own thing. Kimi was out there and just completely messed it up, braked way too late, locked up and torpedoed into Lewis.
"It is unusual for Kimi because usually those kind of things don’t happen to him. So a bit strange.
"But definitely not on purpose, and well deserved to get a 10-second penalty and two [licence penalty] points."
Despite Hamilton making insinuations about Ferrari’s "interesting tactics" on the podium after the British GP, he clarified on Monday that he accepted Raikkonen’s apology.
"Kimi said sorry and I accept it and we move on," he wrote on Instagram. "It was a racing incident and nothing more.
"Sometimes we say dumb shit and we learn from it."
F1 Chinese GP: Hamilton leads Rosberg in comfortable Mercedes 1-2
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes reasserted their authority over Formula 1 with a commanding Chinese Grand Prix victory.
Nico Rosberg had to settle for second place, ahead of the Ferraris of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, in a race that was close at times without ever truly coming to life.
Hamilton had made his intentions clear by angling his car very aggressively towards Rosberg’s on the grid.
He duly held his lead off the line, with Rosberg and Vettel stringing out behind the champion through the first stint.
The situation became more tense in the middle stint of the two-stop race, as both Rosberg and Vettel closed on Hamilton.
A frustrated Rosberg radioed Mercedes asking if Hamilton could speed up, as his tyres were wearing too much whenever he got closer than two seconds away from his team-mate’s rear wing.
When Ferrari brought Vettel in for his second stop ahead of the two Mercedes, Rosberg was pitted a lap later in an effort to prevent his countryman getting an undercut on his new tyres.
But rather than his rivals’ earlier stops putting Hamilton at a disadvantage, he was able to raise his pace considerably on his final laps on soft tyres.
Hamilton ran two laps longer than Rosberg and rejoined with a 6s cushion rather than the 2s advantage he had held prior to the stops.
Rosberg reduced Hamilton’s lead slightly before settling for second.
A safety car appearance with two laps to go – caused by Max Verstappen’s Toro Rosso parking on the pit straight in a cloud of smoke – made things even more comfortable for Hamilton, as the race finished under yellow.
Vettel was not a match for the Mercedes once all were onto medium tyres and fell away in third.
The Malaysian GP winner then came under late pressure from team-mate Kimi Raikkonen.
The Finn quickly cleared both Williams on the opening lap to make up for his qualifying frustration, and though he could not keep pace with the top three at first, he ran long in his middle stint and made up ground.
Raikkonen was still 1.4s behind Vettel when the late safety car came out and had to be content with fourth.
Williams ran a lonely and distant fifth and sixth with Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas, a minute behind the leaders prior to the field being bunched up.
Lotus scored its first points of the year with Romain Grosjean in seventh, but it was a wild race for his team-mate Pastor Maldonado.
The Venezuelan got ahead of Grosjean in the first pitstop sequence, before going down the pitlane entry escape road at his second stop.
A spin while trying to recover left him even further behind, and he then became embroiled in a spectacular battle with the McLarens of Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso.
After several fraught laps, this came to a head when Button hit the back of the Lotus at Turn 1, ending Maldonado’s race and prompting a stewards’ investigation.
Despite that, McLaren still got its first double finish of 2015 with Alonso and Button’s battered cars 12th and 13th.
Until his late engine failure, Verstappen was on course for eighth, having sliced through the field with some very accomplished overtaking.
But his problem completed a terrible day for Renault and the Red Bull-owned teams.
Daniel Ricciardo had tumbled to 17th with a terrible start and made heavy weather of coming back through the field to ninth between the Saubers of Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson, which scored again.
Daniil Kvyat was also out early with a suspected engine failure, while Carlos Sainz Jr spun at Turn 1 in the opening laps and later lost time with a gearbox problem before finishing between the McLarens and Manors in 14th.
Force India spent a while in the points as a unique three-stop strategy for Sergio Perez shook out, but in the end 11th was his limit.
A gearbox failure ended team-mate Nico Hulkenberg’s race.
|9||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull/Renault||32.117s|
|10||Marcus Ericsson||Sauber/Ferrari||1 Lap|
|11||Sergio Perez||Force India/Mercedes||1 Lap|
|12||Fernando Alonso||McLaren/Honda||1 Lap|
|13||Jenson Button||McLaren/Honda||1 Lap|
|14||Carlos Sainz||Toro Rosso/Renault||1 Lap|
|15||Will Stevens||Marussia/Ferrari||2 Laps|
|16||Roberto Merhi||Marussia/Ferrari||2 Laps|
|17||Max Verstappen||Toro Rosso/Renault||4 Laps|
|–||Daniil Kvyat||Red Bull/Renault||Retirement|
|–||Nico Hulkenberg||Force India/Mercedes||Retirement|
Australian GP: Lewis Hamilton beats Nico Rosberg to win
Lewis Hamilton began the defence of his Formula 1 world championship with a commanding victory in the Australian Grand Prix, as Sebastian Vettel began his Ferrari career with a podium.
Hamilton led away from pole in Melbourne and only momentarily lost the lead to Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg during the pitstop sequence before securing the 34th win of his career.
Rosberg crossed the line second, 1.3 seconds adrift, as Mercedes picked up where it left off last season with a dominant performance in which the team finished 33s clear of the field.
Vettel bided his time before jumping Williams’s Felipe Massa at the mid-race pitstops by going longer to take third and confirm Ferrari’s improved pace.
Just 15 cars started the season-opening race, after both McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen and Red Bull’s Daniil Kvyat stopped on the way to the dummy grid with mechanical problems.
The field was further depleted after just a few corners, when Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was clipped by Carlos Sainz Jr’s Toro Rosso at Turn 1.
That nudged the Ferrari into Felipe Nasr’s Sauber, which then ricocheted into Pastor Maldonado, spinning the Lotus driver into the barriers and out of the race.
This brought out the safety car and Lotus’s misery was compounded after just one lap when Romain Grosjean pitted before being pushed back into the garage having had a power issue on the formation lap.
Rookie Felipe Nasr provided Sauber with a sensational end to what has been a difficult weekend, which saw the team involved in a legal battle with Giedo van der Garde, as he finished a brilliant fifth.
It was an impressive debut for the Brazilian, who was 12s clear of home favourite Daniel Ricciardo in the Red Bull.
Nasr’s team-mate Marcus Ericsson, who started 16th, pulled off a late move on Sainz at Turn 13 to finish eighth for the Swiss team, which failed to score a single point last season.
Nico Hulkenberg scored points for a Force India team that managed just two-and-a-half days of pre-season testing because of delays with the production of the 2015 chassis as the German finished seventh.
Sainz crossed the line ninth to score points on his debut, having lost a lot of time with a slow pitstop, while Force India’s Sergio Perez, who had a messy race, closed out the top 10.
The Mexican spun, dropping to the back of the field, and then found himself facing the wrong way when he clumsily hit McLaren’s Jenson Button when attempting an opportunistic pass at Turn 3.
Button narrowly missed out on giving McLaren-Honda a remarkable points finish as he crossed the line 11th – and last.
However, it was the first time the team had managed to complete a race distance with its new car, following a pre-season littered with problems.
Raikkonen looked on course to finish fourth, but at his second stop his Ferrari team failed to fit the left-rear tyre properly.
The Finn rejoined, but pulled off the track a few corners later and retired with his engineer saying "sorry, Kimi" on team radio.
Toro Rosso’s Max Verstappen, who became Formula 1’s youngest driver by taking the start, retired when running ninth with smoke pluming from the rear of the car.
RESULTS – 58 LAPS:
|6||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull/Renault||1 Lap|
|7||Nico Hulkenberg||Force India/Mercedes||1 Lap|
|8||Marcus Ericsson||Sauber/Ferrari||1 Lap|
|9||Carlos Sainz Jr.||Toro Rosso/Renault||1 Lap|
|10||Sergio Perez||Force India/Mercedes||1 Lap|
|11||Jenson Button||McLaren/Honda||2 Laps|
|–||Max Verstappen||Toro Rosso/Renault||Retirement|
|–||Kevin Magnussen||McLaren/Honda||Not started|
|–||Daniil Kvyat||Red Bull/Renault||Not started|
|9||Carlos Sainz Jr.||2|
Da Autosprint n.31 del 06/08/2013
Hungarian GP: Lewis Hamilton takes his first Mercedes victory
Lewis Hamilton claimed his first victory for Mercedes with an imperious drive in the Hungarian Grand Prix.
The Briton pulled himself clear of a fraught race behind, in which Kimi Raikkonen ultimately beat Sebastian Vettel to second, Mark Webber salvaged fourth and Romain Grosjean’s chances were spoiled by a penalty.
Hamilton’s initial battle was with qualifying rivals Vettel and Grosjean, after a spicy first lap in which slow-starter Vettel had to defend hard from the Lotus as Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg also tried to get involved.
The Red Bull was right on the Mercedes’ tail at first, but as the opening stint wore on, Hamilton had some respite with Vettel instead under pressure from Grosjean.
The crucial moment for Hamilton was when he emerged behind Jenson Button after his first pitstop.
Hamilton rapidly overtook and, despite the McLaren’s best retaliatory efforts, pulled away.
Vettel could not do the same when he also found himself tailing Button after pitting.
The two made light contact, leaving Vettel concerned about his front wing and allowing Grosjean plenty of chances to attack, as Alonso closed in too.
It took until lap 24 for Vettel to finally pass Button, with Grosjean clashing with the McLaren as he tried to follow.
Both continued, but the incident will be investigated post-race.
Grosjean still got a penalty in the race as well. Following his second pitstop, he boldly passed Felipe Massa’s Ferrari around the outside of the fast Turn 4.
But the stewards adjudged that he had exceeded track limits in doing so and bestowed a drive-through, dropping him out of contention.
By the time Vettel was clear of Button, Hamilton had a commanding advantage over the world champion that he would not lose.
The other Red Bull was not defeated yet, though. Webber ran a very long first stint on his medium tyres and spent a while in the lead.
On their slightly different sequences, Hamilton twice emerged right behind Webber after pitstops, and twice passed him on the outside of Turn 3, with Webber ending up taking to the run-off in the second move.
Those passes ensured Webber had no chance of delaying Hamilton’s progress as the Briton wrapped Mercedes’ third victory of 2013.
Meanwhile Raikkonen worked his way forward on a two-stop strategy, spending the early part of the race trapped behind Massa before bringing himself into contention.
His consistent pace meant that he emerged in second place as the final stops played out, with both Red Bulls behind him.
Vettel tried his utmost to pass Raikkonen in the closing laps and complained that the Finn was over-defensive in what turned out to be a decisive dice with two laps to go.
Webber tried to chase down this pair but had to settle for fourth, while Alonso fell away from the leaders and could only fend off Grosjean for fifth.
McLaren got both its cars in the points on two-stop strategies, with Button seventh and Sergio Perez ninth.
First-lap contact with Rosberg and a later brush with Adrian Sutil hampered Massa’s day and he finished eighth.
Rosberg tumbled down to 12th in his incident with the Ferrari. He recovered to ninth before a fiery late-race failure.
The Mercedes’ retirement allowed Pastor Maldonado to end Williams’s points drought in 10th position.
PROVISIONAL RACE RESULTS Pos Driver Team 1. Hamilton Mercedes 2. Raikkonen Lotus-Renault 3. Vettel Red Bull-Renault 4. Webber Red Bull-Renault 5. Alonso Ferrari 6. Grosjean Lotus-Renault 7. Button McLaren-Mercedes 8. Massa Ferrari 9. Perez McLaren-Mercedes 10. Maldonado Williams-Renault 11. Hulkenberg Sauber-Ferrari 12. Vergne Toro Rosso-Ferrari 13. Ricciardo Toro Rosso-Ferrari 14. van der Garde Caterham-Renault 15. Pic Caterham-Renault 16. Bianchi Marussia-Cosworth 17. Chilton Marussia-Cosworth DNF Di Resta Force India-Mercedes DNF Rosberg Mercedes DNF Bottas Williams-Renault DNF Gutierrez Sauber-Ferrari DNF Sutil Force India-Mercedes World Championship standings, round 10: Drivers: Constructors: 1. Vettel 172 1. Red Bull-Renault 277 2. Raikkonen 136 2. Mercedes 206 3. Alonso 133 3. Ferrari 194 4. Hamilton 122 4. Lotus-Renault 185 5. Webber 105 5. Force India-Mercedes 59 6. Rosberg 84 6. McLaren-Mercedes 57 7. Massa 61 7. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 24 8. Grosjean 49 8. Sauber-Ferrari 7 9. Button 39 9. Williams-Renault 1 10. Di Resta 36 11. Sutil 23 12. Perez 18 13. Vergne 13 14. Ricciardo 11 15. Hulkenberg 7 16. Maldonado 1
Se fossi al posto di Kimi
Come è giusto che sia, da qualche giorno tanti amici mi chiedono: beh, ma che cosa ci dobbiamo aspettare adesso dal Biondino, andrà davvero alla Red Bull o resterà in casa Lotus?
Premetto che non ho informazioni certe, mica sono Filippo Vettel!
Inoltre, non sono riuscito a consultare il mio Consigliori in materia finnica, il sempre equilibrato Mazgiorg.
Facciamo così: diamo per scontato, visto che nessuno lo nega, che ci sia una trattativa tra i Bibitari e il Santo Bevitore. E supponiamo anche che Raikkonen abbia la libertà di decidere tra le varie opzioni.
Cosa fareste voi, raikkoniani o meno, se foste al posto suo (oltre a scolarvi una vodka ghiacciata)?
Ecco come mi comporterei io.
Ci andrei, alla corte di Horner the Corner.
Per le seguenti ragioni:
1) Abbiamo tutti un orgoglio e se quattro anni dopo essere stato messo a piedi dalla Ferrari mi si presenta il team che dal 2010 domina la scena, insomma, è una soddisfazione da paura, non è che mi stiano facendo proposte la Sauber o la Force India, con tutto il rispetto.
2) Poi ci andrei perchè mi importa sega del quadriennio iridato di Vettel, sono un campione del mondo anche io, fammi vedere da vicino com’è questo Vettelino, in fin dei conti un partner tripalluto non lo ha mai avuto.
3) Ci andrei perché non mi sono spostato di un millimetro quando in McLaren mi dissero con un anno di anticipo che prendevano Montoya e ne ho fatto polpette in fretta. Ci andrei perchè nell’estate del 2005, quando Todt mi offrì la successione del Sommo Sacerdote di Kerpen, ecco, non ci ho pensato su manco un nanosecondo, ho firmato il contratto in una stanza d’hotel di Hockenheim e ti saluto e sono, mi scolai una bottiglia di vodka per la felicità, naturalmente quando il Pinguino aveva lasciato la camera, l’ometto ha il gravissimo difetto di essere astemio (almeno in una cosa, lui e il Dom si somigliano, toh).
4) Infine, un anno fa, di questi tempi, sono stato io ad offrirmi alla Ferrari per il grande ritorno, visto che in Lotus non mi pagavano, forse mi avevano preso per un fornitore della Pubblica Amministrazione in Italia, non so se mi spiego. E uno che non aveva timore a tornare a Maranello accanto all’Innominato Innominabile, su, può aver paura di un confronto con Vettel?
Hamilton: “Sarebbe bello vedere Raikkonen in Red Bull”
Lewis Hamilton pensa che Kimi Raikkonen dovrebbe prendere al volo l’occasione di andare in Red Bull nel 2014. Il pilota della Mercedes ha dichiarato che Raikkonen, il quale sta al momento valutando se affiancare Sebastian Vettel o restare alla Lotus, potrebbe essere un osso duro per il tedesco.
“Sarebbe davvero figo vedere Kimi in Red Bull. Per Seb sarebbe un momento difficile” ha dichiarato Hamilton al Sun.
“Kimi è un pilota incredibile, tutti lo sanno, quindi con una vettura ancora migliore sarebbe interessante vedere cosa potrebbe fare con essa”.
Hamilton d’altra parte ha spesso faticato a tenere il passo di Nico Rosberg quest’anno ma Fernando Alonso ha dichiarato di non essere sorpreso dalle prestazioni del tedesco della Mercedes: “L’abbiamo visto battere Michael (Schumacher, ndr) negli ultimi anni, e non perché Michael aveva dimenticato come guidare ma perchè Nco ha fatto un lavoro fantastico, e ora sta migliorando ancora” ha spiegato lo spagnolo a Sport Bild.
US GP: Hamilton wins from Vettel and Alonso, title battle goes to wire
Lewis Hamilton beat Sebastian Vettel to victory in an absorbing United States Grand Prix, as Fernando Alonso’s third place kept the Formula 1 championship battle alive.
Despite his defeat at Austin, Vettel remains title favourite, as he takes a 13-point lead over Alonso into next weekend’s finale at Interlagos. The constructors’ championship is settled though, with Red Bull beating it beyond its rivals’ reach.
Hamilton’s relentless pursuit of Vettel kept tension building throughout the race. The McLaren lost second to Vettel’s Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber at the start, but soon re-passed the Australian. Webber retired with alternator failure soon afterwards, no doubt prompting nerves in the Red Bull garage.
Vettel’s car was still running smoothly, but it did not have the pace to escape from Hamilton.
The champion pulled out a little breathing space just before the first pitstops, only for Hamilton to come back with a vengeance once they were both on fresh hard tyres.
Hamilton spent most of the middle of the race tantalisingly close to Vettel, but was frustrated time and time again by the Red Bull’s superior traction. The McLaren would close in through the fast first sector, then struggle to get near enough on the DRS zone straight.
Finally on lap 42 out of 57 Hamilton managed to pull the move off after Vettel lost time in traffic before the DRS area. Vettel moved to the inside, but the McLaren’s straightline pace advantage was so great that McLaren was comfortably ahead before the next corner – prompting angry radio messages from Vettel about backmarker Narain Karthikeyan’s HRT.
The race was far from over, as Hamilton never quite escaped from Vettel. The Red Bull did not manage to get within striking range and Hamilton was able to win in America for the second time in his career, crossing the line a mere six tenths ahead of Vettel, who at least wrapped up another teams’ title for his employer.
Alonso’s progress to third was mostly achieved via a superb start from his controversial grid slot. He then swept around the outside at the first corner to secure fourth, which became third after Webber’s exit.
His Ferrari team-mate Felipe Massa recovered from his generously-accepted 11th place on the grid to fourth, showing great race pace throughout.
Massa came under slight threat from Jenson Button late on. The McLaren had fallen right back to 16th on lap one, before flying through the field as its tyres came to life. Button ran to lap 35 before pitting, and then battled past the two Lotuses to secure fifth.
Kimi Raikkonen looked like he might challenge Alonso at one stage. Both lost a few seconds at their pitstops, with Raikkonen falling back into traffic and then being overtaken by Massa and Button in the second stint.
Raikkonen finished just ahead of team-mate Romain Grosjean, who recovered well from spinning on lap five then requiring a lap-nine pitstop. He fell right back to 22nd, but flew thereafter.
Nico Hulkenberg claimed eighth for Force India by fending off battling Williams duo Pastor Maldonado and Bruno Senna. The pair banged wheels at Turn 1 in the closing laps as Maldonado passed his team-mate.
Daniel Ricciardo starred in the first stint, rising from 18th on the grid to fifth by staying out until lap 30. But that tactic did not pay off for Toro Rosso as Ricciardo was only 12th in the end.
Mercedes had a terrible race. Michael Schumacher was overtaken by rival after rival in the opening stint, falling from fifth on the grid to 14th before his first pitstop. He would require more tyres later on too, leaving him 16th, three places behind team-mate Nico Rosberg.
PROVISIONAL RACE RESULTS The USA Grand Prix Circuit of the Americas, USA; 56 laps; 308.896km; Weather: Sunny. Classified: Pos Driver Team Time 1. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1h35:55.269
2. Vettel Red Bull-Renault + 0.675
3. Alonso Ferrari + 39.229
4. Massa Ferrari + 46.013
5. Button McLaren-Mercedes + 56.432
6. Raikkonen Lotus-Renault + 1:04.425
7. Grosjean Lotus-Renault + 1:10.313
8. Hulkenberg Force India-Mercedes + 1:13.792
9. Maldonado Williams-Renault + 1:14.525
10. Senna Williams-Renault + 1:15.133
11. Perez Sauber-Ferrari + 1:24.341
12. Ricciardo Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1:24.871
13. Rosberg Mercedes + 1:25.510
14. Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari + 1 lap 15. Di Resta Force India-Mercedes + 1 lap 16. Schumacher Mercedes + 1 lap 17. Petrov Caterham-Renault + 1 lap 18. Kovalainen Caterham-Renault + 1 lap 19. Glock Marussia-Cosworth + 1 lap 20. Pic Marussia-Cosworth + 2 laps 21. De la Rosa HRT-Cosworth + 2 laps 22. Karthikeyan HRT-Cosworth + 2 laps Fastest lap: Vettel, 1:39.347 Not classified/retirements: Driver Team On lap Webber Red Bull-Renault 17 Vergne Toro Rosso-Ferrari 15 World Championship standings, round 19: Drivers: Constructors: 1. Vettel 273 1. Red Bull-Renault 440 2. Alonso 260 2. Ferrari 367 3. Raikkonen 206 3. McLaren-Mercedes 353 4. Hamilton 190 4. Lotus-Renault 302 5. Webber 167 5. Mercedes 136 6. Button 163 6. Sauber-Ferrari 124 7. Massa 107 7. Force India-Mercedes 99 8. Grosjean 96 8. Williams-Renault 76 9. Rosberg 93 9. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 22 10. Perez 66 11. Kobayashi 58 12. Hulkenberg 53 13. Di Resta 46 14. Maldonado 45 15. Schumacher 43 16. Senna 31 17. Vergne 12 18. Ricciardo 10