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Power Ranking GP Korea 2013: Sauber challenges McLaren

Power Ranking GP Korea 2013
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R ed Bull drives everything into the ground. Lead by technology. And a driver who implements this technology brilliantly, makes no mistakes and is spared any bad luck. Sebastian Vettel was not quite as superior as in Singapore, but that was due to the track characteristics. Nevertheless, he knew an answer to every fast lap by Romain Grosjean or Kimi Räikkönen.

Lotus took over the role of number two in Korea. The Mercedes were faster on one lap, but when it came to keeping the right front tire alive for as long as possible at high speed, the black cars cut the better figure. Even if Nico Rosberg believed that he had the speed to challenge the Lotus. Ferrari was signed off. This time the Reds also failed on Sunday. Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa waited in vain for the usual increase from training to race.

Sauber on the uptrend

In the battle for fifth place, McLaren is slowly coming under pressure from Sauber. The cars from Hinwil make a better impression on the racetrack. Only with the points is it no longer enough. The score is 81:31 for McLaren. The third point win in the last three races makes the dreams of Sauber fly high. Toro Rosso has already been caught. Force India is still 31 points away, but the team from Silverstone is standing knocked out

If Nico Hülkenberg scores double-digit points in the next five races, as in the last two times, then it can be very tight for Force India . Williams brought its last expansion stage and still stayed in 9th place. However, we are recording a slight upward trend. In the race, Pastor Maldonado and Valtteri Bottas could keep up with the pace of Force India and Toro Rosso.

Power Ranking GP Korea 2013

In our Power Ranking we have an overview of the current balance of power . As always, the detailed form check of all 11 teams can be found in the picture gallery.

  1. Red Bull (1)
  2. Lotus (3)
  3. Mercedes (2)
  4. Ferrari (4)
  5. Clean (6)
  6. McLaren (5)
  7. Toro Rosso (8)
  8. Force India (7)
  9. Williams (9)
  10. Caterham (10)
  11. Marussia (11)
* in Brackets stand after the Singapore GP


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