After the first eleven round of this season’s Formula One world championship, Red Bull not changing their successive story, but Ferrari and Mercedes catch some interesting phase. Red Bull still fastest in Sunday main race and easily hunting top podium with defending world champion Sebastian Vettel.
Triple time world champion Sebastian Vettel has finished outside of the top four on just one instance and 10 times he appeared in qualifying Q3. Currently Red Bull earned with Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber – Pole position: 3, victories: 4, podiums: 10, fastest laps: 6, total points: 277. Championship position: 1st
Mercedes is performing well with qualifying pace; finally they become consistent title fighters in this season. The Brackley based F1 squad consistently hunting pole position but in race they are struggling with tyre problem. Also the Silver Arrows’ ‘secret Pirelli test’ increases the performance level, chiefly in qualifying.
[gn_pullquote align=”right”]The interesting subject of this season Mercedes and Red Bull only team start from pole position.[/gn_pullquote]
Hamilton’s appearance boost the Mercedes’s developments and performance, and also his team-mate Nico Rosberg took impressive top podiums at Monaco and British Grand Prix’s. Right now Mercedes makes, victories: 3, podiums: 6, pole positions: 7, Fastest laps: 0, Championship points: 208. Championship position: 2nd.
Ferrari made a fantastic start this season; Fernando Alonso took two wins in the first quarter of season at China and Spain. But they are faded in all of the qualifying performance. Felipe Massa, went back into his envelop, and seems distant again. Mainly Ferrari needs Massa’s improvement and a competitive machine for race.
Ferrari’s latest recruit James Allison from Lotus, to the Technical Department, delivered a aggressive machine and its show fantastic performance at Belgian, Alonso finished second place start from ninth. Victories: 2, Podiums: 6, Pole positions: 0, Fastest laps: 1, Championship points: 194. Championship position: 3rd.