F1 Standings after 2023 Austrian Grand Prix

    Max Verstappen took victory at the 2023 Austrian GP, so how do the Formula 1 Drivers' and Constructors Championship standings look?


    A Max Verstappen masterclass at the 2023 Austrian Grand Prix helped the Dutchman extend his lead in the Formula 1 Driver Standings to 81 points over Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez, as he charges towards the championship.

    The battle for third between Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton extended slightly with the Aston Martin driver now 25 points clear of the Mercedes man.

    Thanks to his second place finish in Austria, Charles Leclerc moves level with George Russell in sixth position, and 10 points behind Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz.

    F1 2023 Drivers’ Standings after Austrian GP

    1Max VerstappenRed Bull229
    2Sergio PerezRed Bull148
    3Fernando AlonsoAston Martin131
    4Lewis HamiltonMercedes106
    5Carlos SainzFerrari82
    6Charles LeclercFerrari72
    7George RussellMercedes72
    8Lance StrollAston Martin44
    9Esteban OconAlpine31
    10Lando NorrisMcLaren24
    11Pierre GaslyAlpine16
    12Nico HulkenbergHaas9
    13Alex AlbonWilliams7
    14Oscar PiastriMcLaren5
    15Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo5
    16Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo4
    17Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri2
    18Kevin MagnussenHaas2
    19Nyck de VriesAlphaTauri0
    20Logan SargeantWilliams0

    F1 2023 Constructors’ Standings after Austrian GP

    With only a few changes in the driver standings, in the the constructors’ championship. Mercedes saw their lead over Aston Martin cut to just three points as the battle for second, as Red Bull streak 210 points ahead.

    1Red Bull377
    3Aston Martin175
    8Alfa Romeo9

    Where is the next F1 2023 race?

    With the F1 circus finished in Austria, we move on to the 2023 British Grand Prix which will be held at Silverstone in Northamptonshire, England over the weekend of July 7-9.


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