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F1: Standings after Italian Grand Prix

Mark Webber is the new world championship leader with just five Formula One races remaining.
Mark Webber is the new world championship leader with just five Formula One races remaining.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Mark Webber is back on top of the Formula One world championship standings
  • The Australian leads Lewis Hamilton by just five points with five races still to go
  • Fernando Alonso up to third place in the standings after his Italian Grand Prix win
  • Red Bull lead McLaren by just three points in the latest constructor standings
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(CNN) -- Mark Webber is back on top of the Formula One world championship standings with just five races remaining.

Webber finished only sixth in the Italian Grand Prix but it was enough to overtake Lewis Hamilton at the top of the points table.

The Australian is five points clear of Hamilton, after the 2008 world champion crashed out on the opening lap at Monza.

Race winner Fernando Alonso is very much in the title hunt and is now up to third position, just 21 points off the pace.

In fact, with 25 points on offer for a race win, the top five drivers are all within a victory of taking top spot.

In the constructors' race, Red Bull lead McLaren by just three points, with Ferrari increasing the gap on the top two.

Drivers' Championship (after 14 rounds):

1. Mark Webber (Aus) Red Bull 187 points

2. Lewis Hamilton (GB) McLaren 182

3. Fernando Alonso (Spa) Ferrari 166

4. Jenson Button (GB) McLaren 165

5. Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Red Bull 163

6. Felipe Massa (Bra) Ferrari 124

7. Nico Rosberg (Ger) Mercedes 112

8. Robert Kubica (Pol) Renault 108

9. Michael Schumacher (Ger) Mercedes 46

10. Adrian Sutil (Ger) Force India 45

Constructors' Championship:

1. Red Bull 350 points

2. McLaren 347

3. Ferrari 290

4. Mercedes 158

5. Renault 127

6. Force India 57

7. Williams 47

8. Sauber 27

9. Toro Rosso 10