F1 Standings after 2023 Canadian Grand Prix

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


Max Verstappen cruised to another victory in Formula 1 at the 2023 Canadian Grand Prix, and extended his lead over Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez in the Driver Standings. 

Perez recovered from a 12th place start to finish sixth, and picked up the extra point for fastest lap, but Verstappen’s 25 point haul means he now leads the championship by 69 points. 

With Fernando Alonso bringing his Aston Martin home in second, just ahead of Lewis Hamilton in the Mercedes means his lead over the seven-time champion is 15 points. 

George Russell’s retirement saw him leapfrogged in the Driver Standings by Carlos Sainz

F1 2023 Drivers’ Standings after Canadian GP

1Max VerstappenRed Bull195
2Sergio PerezRed Bull126
3Fernando AlonsoAston Martin117
4Lewis HamiltonMercedes102
5Carlos SainzFerrari68
6George RussellMercedes65
7Charles LeclercFerrari54
8Lance StrollAston Martin37
9Esteban OconAlpine29
10Pierre GaslyAlpine15
11Lando NorrisMcLaren12
12Alex AlbonWilliams7
13Nico HulkenbergHaas6
14Oscar PiastriMcLaren5
15Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo5
16Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo4
17Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri2
18Kevin MagnussenHaas2
19Nyck de VriesAlphaTauri0
20Logan SargeantWilliams0

F1 2023 Constructors’ Standings after Canadian GP

With little movement in the driver standings, in the the constructors’ championship. Mercedes saw their lead over Aston Martin fall to just 13 points. And with Alex Albon bringing home a good haul of points for Williams, they move off the bottom into ninth place. 

1Red Bull321
3Aston Martin154
7Alfa Romeo8

Where is the next F1 2023 race?

With the F1 circus finished in Canada, the next race is the 2023 Austrian Grand Prix which will be held at the Red Bull Ring in the Styrian mountains over the weekend of June 30-July 2.


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