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2022 Singapore Grand Prix championship points

2022 Singapore Grand Prix

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Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 104 points from Charles Leclerc after the Singapore Grand Prix.

2022 F1 drivers championship standings

PositionDriverPointsGap to leader
1Max Verstappen341
2Charles Leclerc237104
3Sergio Perez235106
4George Russell203138
5Carlos Sainz Jnr202139
6Lewis Hamilton170171
7Lando Norris100241
8Esteban Ocon66275
9Fernando Alonso59282
10Valtteri Bottas46295
11Daniel Ricciardo29312
12Sebastian Vettel24317
13Pierre Gasly23318
14Kevin Magnussen22319
15Lance Stroll13328
16Mick Schumacher12329
17Yuki Tsunoda11330
18Zhou Guanyu6335
19Alexander Albon4337
20Nyck de Vries2339
21Nicholas Latifi0341
22Nico Hulkenberg0341

2022 F1 constructors championship standings

1Red Bull576
6Alfa Romeo52
7Aston Martin37

Standings with 17 out of 22 races complete.

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10 comments on “2022 Singapore Grand Prix championship points”

  1. Wow, Alpine squandered their big lead in just two races. Alonso lost good points in Monza, now this. Looks like they don’t want to finish 4th in the WCC.

  2. Haas slipping backwards!
    Aston ahead of them and Alpha Tauri alongside.

  3. Lando the first ‘midfield’ driver to make it to 100 points; will any others join him before the season ends?

    1. @t1redmonkey I somewhat doubt.

    2. It’s quite a big gap between Norris and the Alpine guys behind. And if their car keeps giving up it will be even harder for either to score many points @t1redmonkey!

  4. 3 important developments in the constructors championship.

    1. McLaren gets ahead of Alpine.
    2. Aston jumps both Haas and AT.
    3. Ferrari pulled a healthy lead over Mercedes and Max Verstappen in the championship.

  5. AM gained two positions, while Mclaren re-gained P4 thanks to Alpine’s double-DNF.
    Both could prove crucial for the final standings.
    A win in Suzuka would be enough for Max relative to Checo, but not to Charles if he finished 2nd with the bonus point going to him or neither.
    Therefore, a win with CL not finishing 2nd would clinch the championship unless Checo loses his win with 2x 5-sec penalties.

    1. Therefore, a win with CL not finishing 2nd would clinch the championship unless Checo loses his win with 2x 5-sec penalties.

      I guess the RBR ideal outcome would be a 1-2 for VER-PER as that guarantees both titles.

      1. Forget that; I assumed there were only 3 races left after Japan.

  6. All these races and Williams are still at the bottom..

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