Daniel Ricciardo, Renault, Suzuka, 2019

Updated championship points and Japanese Grand Prix result following Renault’s disqualification

2019 Japanese Grand Prix

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The Japanese Grand Prix race result has been revised following the disqualification of both Renault drivers for a technical infringement.

Charles Leclerc, Pierre Gasly and Sergio Perez all have higher points-scoring positions, while Lance Stroll and Daniil Kvyat have been promoted into the points.

2019 Japanese Grand Prix result

177Valtteri BottasMercedes521hr 21m 46.755s
25Sebastian VettelFerrari5213.34313.343
344Lewis HamiltonMercedes5213.8580.515
423Alexander AlbonRed Bull-Honda5259.53745.679
555Carlos Sainz JnrMcLaren-Renault5269.1019.564
616Charles LeclercFerrari511 lap1 lap
710Pierre GaslyToro Rosso-Honda511 lap3.064
811Sergio PerezRacing Point-Mercedes511 lap0.370
918Lance StrollRacing Point-Mercedes511 lap3.235
1026Daniil KvyatToro Rosso-Honda511 lap3.715
114Lando NorrisMcLaren-Renault511 lap7.389
127Kimi RaikkonenAlfa Romeo-Ferrari511 lap12.987
138Romain GrosjeanHaas-Ferrari511 lap7.023
1499Antonio GiovinazziAlfa Romeo-Ferrari511 lap18.558
1520Kevin MagnussenHaas-Ferrari511 lap2.316
1663George RussellWilliams-Mercedes502 laps1 lap
1788Robert KubicaWilliams-Mercedes502 laps87.860
Not classified
33Max VerstappenRed Bull-Honda1438 laps36 lapsDamage
3Daniel RicciardoRenault51Disqualified
27Nico HulkenbergRenault51Disqualified

2019 drivers’ points

2019 teams’ points

Renault now have 68 points instead of 77. Racing Point, who brought the protest against them, move up to 58 points from 54.

3Red Bull323
6Toro Rosso62
7Racing Point58
8Alfa Romeo35

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13 comments on “Updated championship points and Japanese Grand Prix result following Renault’s disqualification”

  1. Just think now how much Perez benefited from that checkered flag mistake!

    1. 4 points for binning your car on the last lap, bargain.

  2. Brings Ferrari 2 points closer to Mercedes albeit still 177 behind with a 176 available. Imagine if it had been a slightly bigger swing of points then all of Mercedes’ celebrations would have been slightly premature!

  3. Luckily it doesn’t affect the predictions championship. Probably factored into the decision, frankly.

  4. Cheat all season and get Disqualified for only a race?… Doesn’t seem very fair for the other teams..

  5. I bet if it were McLaren, they would have disqualified, fined and baned for five years, but ja….

    1. Only if Ron was still the boss of McLaren and Max Mosley was at the helm of the FIA…

  6. Poor Hulkenberg – he’s out of F1 so early that he’s not even shown under “Not classified” in the race results.

  7. The strange thing is that all of lec. penalty’s are going to waste like this. so in the end he is benefitting the most out of this.

  8. hmmm…..there is something missing here…..Oh I know what it is, it is the outrage that would have broken the internet if it were Ferrari caught with such a system.

    1. Relax, if there is nothing to catch Ferrari for, there will always be outrage about why they could’t catch them just for something.

    2. @asanator outrage that would have been drowned out 2:1 by all the Ferrari stans justifying it’s legality and proclaiming “F1 is dead”

  9. So Ricciardo gets paid millions more than Hulk, and both have scored the same amount of points this season? Wow Renault, you are really spending your money wisely.

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