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2023 Canadian Grand Prix championship points

2023 Canadian Grand Prix

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Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 69 points from Sergio Perez after the Canadian Grand Prix.

2023 F1 drivers championship standings

Position Driver Points Gap to leader
1 Max Verstappen 195
2 Sergio Perez 126 69
3 Fernando Alonso 117 78
4 Lewis Hamilton 102 93
5 Carlos Sainz Jnr 68 127
6 George Russell 65 130
7 Charles Leclerc 54 141
8 Lance Stroll 37 158
9 Esteban Ocon 29 166
10 Pierre Gasly 15 180
11 Lando Norris 12 183
12 Alexander Albon 7 188
13 Nico Hulkenberg 6 189
14 Oscar Piastri 5 190
14 Valtteri Bottas 5 190
16 Zhou Guanyu 4 191
17 Yuki Tsunoda 2 193
18 Kevin Magnussen 2 193
19 Nyck de Vries 0 195
20 Logan Sargeant 0 195

Points available over remaining rounds: 404

2023 F1 constructors championship standings

Position Team Points Gap to leader
1 Red Bull 321
2 Mercedes 167 154
3 Aston Martin 154 167
4 Ferrari 122 199
5 Alpine 44 277
6 McLaren 17 304
7 Alfa Romeo 9 312
8 Haas 8 313
9 Williams 7 314
10 AlphaTauri 2 319

Points available over remaining rounds: 691

Standings with 8 out of 22 races complete.

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10 comments on “2023 Canadian Grand Prix championship points”

  1. Stroll needs to go of AM wants 2nd in the championship

  2. Unfortunately, Stroll is costing AM in the P2 battle.

    1. Yeah I was mightily impressed with Max getting a nice lead over Checo, but then I saw the 80 point gap between Nando and the nepotism baby.

      Not sure how long Lawrence can keep this going before the other AM stakeholders and the team leadership start wearing him down.

    2. Something I forgot to mention yesterday is that the above WCC standings in reverse will be the order for wind tunnel-CFD time allocations over the next six months, given the Canadian GP is the last before June-end/July-beginning for the second consecutive year.
      Ironically, Albon’s points mean Williams won’t have the most anymore, albeit still a lot with only a single team having more overall.

  3. If it wasn’t for Verstappen driving that RB, we would be talking about Alonso’s second 2012 season.

    1. I believe Perez has been taking off the championship fight deliberately because it was already causing a lot of tension

      1. I think Perez raced the best races of his life in the opening 5 rounds… after that, he’s back to his usual form. He never was a championship contending driver, so I’m surprised at why fans thought he would give Verstappen a fight. He’s a solid number #2.. like Bottas and Sainz level.. nothing more.

  4. Please stop with the “gap to leader” column, it’s beyond silly.

  5. I get the impression Ferrari consider Charles (54 points) to be their Number 1 driver, and their best hope of beating Max, and that Carlos (68 points) is their Number 2 driver. Why else would they want Carlos to remain behind Charles and not overtake him?

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