First apologies for the delay, manic week at work.
Some housekeeping first:
Originally Posted by jab
What happens if my driver is injured/killed/unable to participate in races due to legal reasons?
Automatically, you will receive points from that driversí replacement in his team, unless you request for a substitution. So, using an example from 2009, if you picked Massa and he was injured and you donít fancy the idea of Badoer or Fisichella picking up points for you instead, you would have to make a substitution.
Based on the Above when Sergio Perez withdrew, his seat was taken by Pedro De La Rosa. Points scored by DLR will be allocated to the 3 teams with Sergio Perez in them.
On to the race result itself and the scores were a bit all over the place, what with Hamilton and Alonso among others crashing out. But despite the rain and the red Flag, the top scorer still managed to accumulate 73 points, that was Team AWB. Congratulations to team owner TrapezeArtist. genevieve_autumn and WARP SPEED GP were second and third with 69 and 66 points respectively.
In the overall overall SuperChilliF1 still leads despite suffering a relatively poor round. The lead has been cut to just 6 points from Better Than HRT, with Team AWB climbing up into third place.
I've included an update on how the individual drivers, constructors and Engine suppliers are fairing up. No surprises to see Vettel, RedBull and Renault at the top of each list. Some of the other rivers and their positions may surprise you and give some food for thought in considering a substitution.