F1 Standings after 2023 Azerbaijan Grand Prix

    Sergio Perez took victory at the 2023 Azerbaijan GP, so how do the Formula 1 Drivers' and Constructors Championship standings look?


    After winning the 2023 Azerbaijan GP, Sergio Perez cut Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen‘s lead atop the F1 Drivers’ Standings to just six points.

    Perez emerged the victor in Baku, after jumping his Red Bull teammate Verstappen and Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc, who was on pole position, to take his second win of the 2023 F1 season. 

    Leclerc jumped up the Drivers’ Standings after a second place in the sprint race and third in the main race, while Fernando Alonso extended his lead over Lewis Hamilton thanks to a fourth position in Azerbaijan.

    F1 2023 Drivers’ Standings after Azerbaijan GP

    1Max VerstappenRed Bull93
    2Sergio PerezRed Bull87
    3Fernando AlonsoAston Martin60
    4Lewis HamiltonMercedes48
    5Carlos SainzFerrari34
    6George RussellMercedes28
    7Charles LeclercFerrari28
    8Lance StrollAston Martin27
    9Lando NorrisMcLaren10
    10Nico HulkenbergHaas6
    11Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo4
    12Oscar PiastriMcLaren4
    13Esteban OconAlpine4
    14Pierre GaslyAlpine4
    15Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo2
    16Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri2
    17Kevin MagnussenHaas1
    18Alex AlbonWilliams1
    19Logan SargeantWilliams0
    20Nyck De VriesAlphaTauri0

    F1 2023 Constructors Standings after Azerbaijan GP

    In the Constructors Standings, Red Bull extended their advantage at the summit, and second-placed Aston Martin did the same over Mercedes as Lance Stroll finished ahead of George Russell. A strong weekend for Ferrari put them back in contention with Mercedes and Aston Martin.

    1Red Bull180
    2Aston Martin87
    8Alfa Romeo6


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