Byline: Phil Agius McLAREN duo Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button are first and second in the world drivers championship, but Paddy Power don't expect the British pair to still be there at the end of the season, writes Phil Agius.
What does WDC stand for?
WDC stands for World Drivers Championship
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Seven-times world champion Michael Schumacher said Thursday he does not expect to win the world drivers championships in his first season back, but wants to win an eighth title within three years.
Byline: IAN EDWARDS DAVID COULTHARD last night refused to give up the race for the world drivers championship - despite his bitter disappointment at being shunted out of the British Grand Prix.
ROBERT KUBICA leapt into the lead in the world drivers championship by claiming his first F1 victory in Montreal last night, writes Phil Agius.
MOTOR RACING: Which two drivers will race for McLaren in the World Drivers Championship in 1996?
Byline: Phil Agius ROBERT KUBICA leapt into the lead in the world drivers championship by claiming his first F1 victory in Montreal last night, writes Phil Agius.
World Drivers Championship - Coral: 4-7 M Schumacher, 7-2 J P Montoya, 7 R Schumacher, D Coulthard, 20 K Raikkonen, 25 R Barrichello.
Byline: Paul Kealy MICHAEL SCHUMACHER has been trimmed to 4-9 from 8-15 by Hills for the world drivers championship after declaring himself happy with testing on his new Ferrari yesterday, writes Paul Kealy.