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2015 United States Grand Prix championship points

2015 United States Grand Prix

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Constructors’ championship

Position Team Points
1 Mercedes 574
2 Ferrari 374
3 Williams 220
4 Red Bull 150
5 Force India 102
6 Lotus 70
7 Toro Rosso 65
8 Sauber 36
9 McLaren 25
10 Manor 0

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9 comments on “2015 United States Grand Prix championship points”

  1. I hope force india catch redbull for the 4th in the constructor championship.

    1. Seems like a bit of a stretch. I hope Toro Rosso can catch Lotus!

    2. Actually they might, if Hulk too gets going. I still think that he has been more unlucky than erroneous.

  2. Button is 6th so should have 16 points , Also Mclaren should have 27

  3. I have a feeling McLaren may catch Sauber at the end. 27 – 36.

  4. McLaren only 9 points off Sauber – who saw that coming after the Australian GP and their limited improvement throughout the year?

  5. Hulkenberg’s been pretty unlucky of late but even so I’m totally impressed with Perez. McLaren came just a little too early for that man – deserves a better car just as much as his current team-mate.

  6. Im struggling to understand how a man driving the most dominant car in f1 history, some say, is 3rd in points with 3 races to go. He was a couple corners from going down to 2nd even further today.

    And verstsppen. That guy looks to be for real real.

    1. Rosberg has had some pretty bad luck this year though. Agreed, that doesn’t account for his relatively poor showing when he needed to deliver most.

      I’ve said this before, but I would love for Merc to put Alonso in that seat. I know it isn’t going to happen, but the buzz and press it would generate for F1 and Mercedes would be immense.

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