Talk:Vettel becomes youngest Formula One champion

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At least some of the other information may be in the raft of interlinked articles in The Telegraph, which the author seems to have treated as a "single" source. The 135 day figure is in "Sebastian Vettel factfile" — but unfortunately that page also says his birthday is July 3, which by my arithmetic is 133 days before November 13, rather than 135. I don't know exactly what to look for in the way of "pre-race points" (and when I tried, I thought I found something contradicting the WN article, but wasn't sure...). --Pi zero (talk) 13:45, 18 November 2010 (UTC)Reply

  • I went investigating. To the right of the main text in the Torygraph, hidden amongst the ads, there is a scrolling table of the final race points. This article mentions how many they won this race; you imply above you can verify those figures, so a bit of math can verify the pre-race numbers. The table gives the final points after this race as: 256 for Vettel, 252 for Alonso, 242 for Webber and 240 for Hamilton. Blood Red Sandman (Talk) (Contribs) 20:00, 18 November 2010 (UTC)Reply
    • Yes Blood Red Sandman, I didn't see all of that, but still the article does not have a source the pre standings prior to the race, unless youe expect the viewers to subtract the 25 from the totoal to get pre-race? Can you do this? I wasn't sure. I though you couldn't, though.Nascar1996 20:12, 18 November 2010 (UTC)Reply

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