The Twitter outlook

After a fantastic return to America, this weekend it is Brazil for the final round of the 2012 season. Did America boost Twitter’s standings larger than normal? Let’s find out…

Drivers – The Top 10
01 – 1,278,415 – Fernando Alonso (Ferrari)
02 – 1,245,533 – Jenson Button (McLaren)
03 – 1,224,844 – Lewis Hamilton (McLaren)
04 – 521,308 – Bruno Senna (Williams)
05 – 491,540 – Mark Webber (Red Bull)
06 – 343,673 – Sergio Perez (Sauber)
07 – 301,045 – Pastor Maldonaldo (Williams)
08 – 219,425 – Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)
09 – 213,621 – Felipe Massa (Ferrari)
10 – 200,594 – Pedro de la Rosa (HRT)

Drivers – Biggest Increases
01 – 33,244 – Fernando Alonso
02 – 19,348 – Lewis Hamilton
03 – 11,804 – Jenson Button
04 – 10,067 – Mark Webber
05 – 7,906 – Felipe Massa

Drivers – Smallest Increases
01 – 559 – Charles Pic
02 – 756 – Jean-Eric Vergne
03 – 889 – Timo Glock
04 – 1,073 – Vitaly Petrov
05 – 1,094 – Daniel Ricciardo

Some very large rises this week compared to normal in the charts, specifically Pedro de la Rosa jumped over 7,000 followers to break into the 200,000 follower club! By far his largest rise, so congratulations to him.

With Brazil being his home race, expect Felipe Massa to be in front of Nico Rosberg when next week comes around.

Teams – The Top 10
01 – 376,418 – Ferrari
02 – 262,153 – McLaren
03 – 191,543 – Red Bull
04 – 164,664 – Mercedes
05 – 158,005 – Lotus
06 – 92,668 – Caterham
07 – 90,995 – Marussia
08 – 90,595 – Sauber
09 – 90,471 – Force India
10 – 80,439 – Williams

Teams – Biggest Increases
01 – 6,084 – Red Bull
02 – 5,334 – Ferrari
03 – 4,652 – McLaren

Teams – Smallest Increases
01 – 811 – Caterham
02 – 843 – Toro Rosso
03 – 962 – Williams

A lot of milestones broken here. Marussia, Sauber and Force India break the 90,000 follower barrier with Sauber overtaking Force India too. And having won the Constructors’ Championship, I guess it is only fair that Red Bull record the biggest increase in the teams table.

Driver and Team statistics as of Tuesday 20th November 2012.

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