F1 Standings after 2022 United States Grand Prix

    Max Verstappen produced a brilliant drive to take victory at the 2022 US GP, so how do the Formula 1 Drivers' and Constructors Championship standings look?


    A brilliant fightback from Max Verstappen saw the Red Bull driver take 2022 United States Grand Prix victory ahead of MercedesLewis Hamilton

    The win at the Circuit of the Americas confirmed Red Bull as 2022 Constructors’ Champions, completing a double title win in Formula 1 this season, as well as a fitting tribute to late team owner Dietrich Mateschitz who passed away on Saturday.

    Mercedes and Hamilton took advantage of a slow pit stop for Verstappen, and led the final stages of the race with the Red Bull slowing chasing the seven-time champion down. 

    Eventually Verstappen caught Hamilton with the Mercedes no match for the Red Bull. 

    F1 2022 Drivers’ Standings after United States GP

    1Max VerstappenRed Bull391
    2Charles LeclercFerrari267
    3Sergio PerezRed Bull265
    4George RussellMercedes218
    5Carlos SainzFerrari202
    6Lewis HamiltonMercedes198
    7Lando NorrisMcLaren109
    8Esteban OconAlpine78
    9Fernando AlonsoAlpine71
    10Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo46
    11Sebastian VettelAston Martin36
    12Daniel RicciardoMcLaren29
    13Kevin MagnussenHaas24
    14Pierre GaslyAlphaTauri23
    15Lance StrollAston Martin13
    16Mick SchumacherHaas12
    17Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri12
    18Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo6
    19Alex AlbonWilliams4
    20Nicholas LatifiWilliams2
    21Nyck De VriesWilliams2
    22Nico HulkenbergAston Martin0

    F1 2022 Constructors’ Standings after US GP

    Victory in Austin confirmed Red Bull as 2022 Formula 1 Constructors’ Champions, as Mercedes further closed the gap on second-placed Ferrari.  

    1Red Bull656
    6Alfa Romeo52
    7Aston Martin49


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