Red Bull Racing are already on double Ferrari's points in the Qualifying World Championship. Mercedes are well clear of McLaren after their débacle in Malaysia, and Sauber join the bottom of the party, leaving Toro Rosso as the only established team without representation.
Webber and Rosberg leapfrog the Ferarri drivers in the standings, with Vettel still sitting pretty. Adrian Sutil breaks the top 4 by moving ahead of Hamilton, and there are new points for Hulkenburg, Kobayashi and Liuzzi.
Clearly Red Bull's dominance of this chart is obvious, and I feel they would be in a similar position in the WDC had Australia and China not been wet.
As the table from 2004 shows, a good QWC performance (Williams) does not imply a good Championship performance (88 pts).
Rememver also that in 2005 Takuma Sato picked up 21 QWC points and 1 WDC points. Its all about converting good Quali form into Race form, and Red Bull are yet to demonstrate they can do that when McLaren and Ferrari are not stupidly recovering from a Q1 exit.
Despite their first defeat of the season Red Bull still lead this Championship with more than double McLaren's points. Hamilton has moved clear of the rest of the field into third place. Schumacher is falling back from the 8 above him.
The Force was strong in Canada, moving above Williams into 7th place, whilst Ferrari pass Mercedes for 3rd. Either Webber or Vettel would be leading the Constructors' Championship if the other's points did not count.
When you consider McLaren are leading the WCC and both their drivers are 1-2 in the WDC, it just shows how poor Red Bull have been at converting poles into race wins, or even points/finishes in some cases.