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Spanish Grand Prix 2023

F1 2023 championship standings after Spanish Grand Prix

Check out the full F1 championship standings after the F1 2023 Spanish Grand Prix

Start Spain 2023
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Max Verstappen recorded a Grand Chelem on his way to a dominant Formula 1 victory in the Spanish Grand Prix, extending his points lead over to over 50.

The lights-to-flag run was boosted with the fastest lap bonus point late on for the World Champion, who with teammate Sergio Perez only managing fourth now has a 53 point cushion in the standings heading to Canada.

Elsewhere, it was a brilliant day for Mercedes with a two-three finish, vaulting them above a subdued Aston Martin into second place in the Constructors'.

You can check out the full F1 2023 Drivers' and Constructors' standings after the Spanish Grand Prix below.

Formula 1 standings 2023

Pos. Driver Team Points
1
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing 575
2
Sergio Perez
Red Bull Racing 285
3
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes AMG F1 234
4
Fernando Alonso
Aston Martin F1 Team 206
5
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari 206
6
Lando Norris
McLaren Racing 205
7
Carlos Sainz
Scuderia Ferrari 200
8
George Russell
Mercedes AMG F1 175
9
Oscar Piastri
McLaren Racing 97
10
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin F1 Team 74
11
Pierre Gasly
Alpine F1 62
12
Esteban Ocon
Alpine F1 58
13
Alexander Albon
Williams Racing 27
14
Yuki Tsunoda
Scuderia AlphaTauri 17
15
Valtteri Bottas
Alfa Romeo Racing 10
16
Nico Hulkenberg
Haas F1 9
17
Daniel Ricciardo
Scuderia AlphaTauri 6
18
Zhou Guanyu
Alfa Romeo Racing 6
19
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 3
20
Liam Lawson
Scuderia AlphaTauri 2
21
Logan Sargeant
Williams Racing 1
22
Nyck de Vries
Scuderia AlphaTauri 0
Pos. Team Drivers Points
1
Red Bull
Verstappen & Pérez 860
2
Mercedes
Hamilton & Russell 409
3
Ferrari
Sainz & Leclerc 406
4
McLaren
Norris & Piastri 302
5
Aston Martin
Alonso & Stroll 280
6
Alpine
Gasly & Ocon 120
7
Williams
Albon & Sargeant 28
8
AlphaTauri
Ricciardo & Tsunoda 25
9
Alfa Romeo
Bottas & Zhou 16
10
Haas
Magnussen & Hulkenberg 12

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F1 2023 Spanish Grand Prix RN365 News dossier

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