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2023 Bahrain Grand Prix championship points

2023 Bahrain Grand Prix

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Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by seven points from Sergio Perez after the Bahrain Grand Prix.

2023 F1 drivers championship standings

Position Driver Points Gap to leader
1 Max Verstappen 25
2 Sergio Perez 18 7
3 Fernando Alonso 15 10
4 Carlos Sainz Jnr 12 13
5 Lewis Hamilton 10 15
6 Lance Stroll 8 17
7 George Russell 6 19
8 Valtteri Bottas 4 21
9 Pierre Gasly 2 23
10 Alexander Albon 1 24
11 Yuki Tsunoda 0 25
12 Logan Sargeant 0 25
13 Kevin Magnussen 0 25
14 Nyck de Vries 0 25
15 Nico Hulkenberg 0 25
16 Zhou Guanyu 0 25
17 Lando Norris 0 25

2023 F1 constructors championship standings

Position Team Points
1 Red Bull 43
2 Aston Martin 23
3 Mercedes 16
4 Ferrari 12
5 Alfa Romeo 4
6 Alpine 2
7 Williams 1
8 AlphaTauri 0
9 Haas 0
10 McLaren 0

Standings with 1 out of 23 races complete.

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8 comments on “2023 Bahrain Grand Prix championship points”

  1. Zhou’s late extra stop was clearly about taking away the bonus point from Gasly so that his team would be two points ahead rather than one.

    1. Yes, playing the long game from the start, respect!

    2. @jerejj The team said as much in their radio message to Bottas after the race.

  2. yyyeeeaaahhh
    5th March 2023, 18:43

    I understand the “gap to leader” can be useful to some by calculating how many races left * 25pts for pilots to be mathematically eligible for WDC, could you please add a graphical progression as well, as was done a few year back ? I find it nice to see the, well, progression of points in addition to the single table of total points

  3. Adam (@rocketpanda)
    5th March 2023, 19:46

    I was so pleased to see Albon take a point for Williams. With how far away they’ve been for so long coming in to this race they were absolutely not at the bottom of the grid and it was refreshing to see both cars battling for the midfield/lower points.

  4. Maho Pacheco
    6th March 2023, 2:43

    Piastri is not happy with his gamble.

    1. Mc Laren won’t admit it not even to themselves, but they haven’t been a top team since 2013. 2012 Was their last season with more than 1 victory.
      They still behave like a top team but now they are not even the fastest mercedes custommer team anymore. Past performance does not help present or future performance. In my view, the decline truly began when they lost Newey to Red Bull in 2005.

      1. The waste of time and talent that has passed thru that Team since then.
        Jason Button, Sergio Perez, Daniel Ric among others

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