Power ranking GP India 2011

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Power Ranking GP India 2011
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R ed Bull stubbornly defends its top position. McLaren is more or less far away depending on the route and the tire range. Ferrari has improved slightly but cannot embarrass either Red Bull or McLaren. Mercedes drives a lonely race in fourth place. Ferrari is out of reach.

Nor is there any threat from Toro Rosso. The team from Faenza is now leading the midfield for the second time. There is method behind this. Force India is already counting the points that Toro Rosso is missing in sixth place. There are ten.

Clean out in the fight for sixth place

Sauber is even with Toro Rosso, but the Swiss racing team does not give the impression that they could still intervene in the fight for sixth place . Renault is totally irrelevant. Now also on fast routes. The black cars only landed in front of Williams because Pastor Maldonado retired with a gearbox failure and Rubens Barrichello was involved in a collision at the start that threw him far back.

The upward trend for Lotus continues. But he will no longer be enough to catch up with midfield. Virgin and Hispania drove at the Formula 1 premiere in India at eye level.

Power ranking GP India

Here is the power ranking in the short overview. As always, a detailed analysis of all twelve teams can be found in the picture gallery:

  1. Red Bull (1)
  2. McLaren (2)
  3. Ferrari (3)
  4. Mercedes (4)
  5. Toro Rosso (5)
  6. Force India (6 )
  7. Clean (9)
  8. Renault (7)
  9. Williams (8)
  10. Lotus (10)
  11. Virgin (11)
  12. Hispania (12)
* In brackets: positions after the GP Korea


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