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F1 standings 2023

The new 2023 Formula 1 season officially started at the Bahrain Grand Prix on 5 March. What are the current standings of all Formula 1 drivers and teams? Who leads the championship? Check out the results below.

F1 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
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15
Valtteri Bottas
Stake F1 Team 10
16
Nico Hulkenberg
Haas F1 9
17
Daniel Ricciardo
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18
Zhou Guanyu
Stake F1 Team 6
19
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 3
20
Liam Lawson
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21
Logan Sargeant
Williams Racing 1
22
Nyck de Vries
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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
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Ricciardo & Tsunoda 25
9
Stake F1 Team
Bottas & Zhou 16
10
Haas
Magnussen & Hulkenberg 12

Formula 1 standings

The Formula One World Championship is one of the most prestigious and exciting motorsports events in the world. It's a thrilling, high-speed competition that pits the world's best drivers against each other in a battle for the championship title. At the heart of the competition are the F1 standings, which allow fans to keep track of each driver's progress throughout the season.

F1 driver standings

The F1 standings are essentially a tally of each driver's performance throughout the year. The standings are calculated by awarding points to drivers based on their finishing positions in each race. The driver who finishes first in a race is awarded 25 points, while the driver who finishes second receives 18 points. The points awarded to drivers decrease as they finish further down the order, with the driver who finishes in tenth place receiving just one point.

At the end of the season, the driver with the most points is crowned the Formula One World Champion. The standings also determine the finishing order for the drivers who don't win the championship. The driver who finishes in second place in the standings is referred to as the runner-up, and the driver who finishes in third place is referred to as the third-placed driver, and so on.

The F1 standings are updated after each race, allowing fans to keep track of their favorite drivers throughout the season. Fans can also use the standings to predict who is most likely to win the championship title. They can also use the standings to follow the progress of drivers from their home country, or to track the performance of the team that they support.

F1 constructor standings

In addition to the driver standings, there are also team standings. The team standings are calculated in the same way as the driver standings, with points awarded based on the finishing positions of the team's drivers. The team with the most points at the end of the season is crowned the Constructors' Champions.

In summary, the F1 standings are an essential part of the Formula One World Championship. They allow fans to keep track of each driver's progress throughout the season, and they determine the winner of the championship title. Understanding the F1 standings is essential for fans who want to fully appreciate the excitement and drama of this incredible motorsport.

F1 standings: 2023 and the past few years

RacingNews365 has captured the results of the last F1 seasons for you. Click on the standings you want to view below.

F1 standings 2023 - click here for the 2023 F1 standings

F1 standings 2022 - click here for the 2022 F1 standings

F1 standings 2021 - click here for the 2021 F1 standings

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