F1 Standings after 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

How do the 2024 Formula 1 Driver and Constructor Championship Standings look after Max Verstappen of Red Bull took victory at the Saudi Arabian GP


Max Verstappen extended his lead in the F1 Driver Standings with a commanding win at the 2024 Saudi Arabian GP, showcasing his dominance from pole position to finish. His victory not only solidified his position at the top of the standings but also marked another strategic triumph for Red Bull with a one-two finish as teammate Sergio Perez clinched second place.

Charles Leclerc managed to secure a crucial third place for Ferrari, marking his first podium of the year and providing vital points for the team in their quest to challenge Red Bull’s supremacy. McLaren’s Oscar Piastri also stood out with an impressive fourth-place finish, showcasing his potential and contributing significantly to McLaren’s points haul.

The race also highlighted Oliver Bearman‘s impressive Formula 1 debut, where he finished seventh, standing in for Carlos Sainz. Bearman‘s performance added intrigue to the race and suggested a promising future in the sport.

Meanwhile, seasoned drivers like Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton faced their own battles, with Alonso securing a commendable fifth place for Aston Martin and Hamilton finishing ninth, after a strategic gamble by Mercedes.

F1 2024 Driver Standings after Saudi Arabian GP – Round 2

1Max VerstappenRed Bull51
2Sergio PerezRed Bull36
3Charles LeclercFerrari28
4George RussellMercedes18
5Oscar PiastriMcLaren16
6Carlos SainzFerrari15
7Fernando AlonsoAston Martin12
8Lando NorrisMcLaren12
9Lewis HamiltonMercedes8
10Oliver BearmanFerrari6
11Lance StrollAston Martin1
12Nico HulkenbergHaas1
13Zhou GuanyuSauber0
14Kevin MagnussenHaas0
15Daniel RicciardoRB0
16Yuki TsunodaRB0
17Alex AlbonWilliams0
18Esteban OconAlpine0
19Pierre GaslyAlpine0
20Valtteri BottasSauber0
21Logan SargeantWilliams0

F1 2024 Constructor Standings after Saudi Arabian GP

Meanwhile in the 2024 F1 Constructor Standings, Red Bull leading comfortably with 87 points, showcasing their early season dominance with back-to-back one-two finishes. Ferrari holds the second spot with 49 points, bolstered by consistent podium finishes, while McLaren trails in third with 28 points, benefiting from consistent performances. Mercedes is closely behind in fourth place with 26 points, finding themselves in a tight contest with the top teams.

1Red Bull87
5Aston Martin13
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