After Korea: F1 engine situation

The Korean Grand Prix marked the first race in the final quarter of the 2012 Formula 1 season. It also brought the first penalty of the season for using a ninth engine, as all drivers have been allocated eight units for a single campaign since the start of 2010.

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At this point – with the races of India, Abu Dhabi, the United States and Brazil still to run – being on your eighth engine can still mean you are comfortable, as previous powerplants can be used. Still being on your seventh is an even more ideal scenario.

Engine situation with four races to go:

Sebastian Vettel – 7

Fernando Alonso – 7

Kimi Räikkönen – 7

Lewis Hamilton – 8

Mark Webber – 7

Jenson Button – 8

Nico Rosberg – 8

Romain Grosjean – 7

Felipe Massa – 7

Sergio Pérez – 7

Kamui Kobayashi – 7

Nico Hülkenberg – 7

Paul di Resta – 7

Michael Schumacher – 8

Pastor Maldonado – 7

Bruno Senna – 7

Jean-Éric Vergne – 7

Daniel Ricciardo – 7

Timo Glock – 7

Heikki Kovalainen – 7

Vitaly Petrov – 7

Charles Pic – 9

Narain Karthikeyan – 7

Pedro de la Rosa – 7

Note: Drivers listed in championship order

Source: GPupdate.net

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