Enough with the awkward races and awkward post race ceremonies in shaggy and totalitarian countries. After three consecutive races we are finally entering a pretty decent part of the FIA F1 calendar. Next week we are going to Barcelona again!
For all the Fair Formula One fans and followers this is just the second race of the calendar. For all of us, a bit of a summary might be appropriate. Who is actually leading the Fair Formula One Drivers Championship and what is at stake next weekend? Well, the standings are as follows, with the major differences to the FIA standings highlighted:
So, for the fans of Fair Formula One racing, Vettel, Hulkenberg and Sainz are in a good positions. Another good thing is that the testosteron russian Kvyat has zero point in our standings. But sadly för Räikkönen and Alonso, they are also at zero.
Anyway. Happy to be back at Barcelona next weekend! Some decent racing up a head!
2016 calendar now presented. Excluded races are the same as last year, but also the premier race in Azerbaijan. The reasons for this decision are to be found here, in lasts years decision, and here, in the comment to the news of the Baku race.
Lewis Hamilton wins the 2015 Fair Formula One Championship after finishing second place in the Mexican Grand Prix today. Nico Rosberg takes second place in the championship and Sebastian Vettel third. Se leader board for detalis.
The Fair Formula One Championships are of course very happy to announce this significate and very interesting difference from the official FIA Formula One Championship, currently lead by Lewis Hamilton. Follow the development at FairF1.com/news.
At the top of the Fair Formula One Drivers Championship the standings after the Canadian Grand Prix is perfectly even as Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg has secured 101 points each of Mercedes 202 points total.