Sergio Perez, Red Bull, Silverstone, 2023

2023 British Grand Prix championship points

2023 British Grand Prix

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Sergio Perez has fallen 99 points behind championship leader Max Verstappen after the British Grand Prix.

2023 F1 drivers championship standings

PositionDriverPointsGap to leader
1Max Verstappen255
2Sergio Perez15699
3Fernando Alonso137118
4Lewis Hamilton121134
5Carlos Sainz Jnr83172
6George Russell82173
7Charles Leclerc74181
8Lance Stroll44211
9Lando Norris42213
10Esteban Ocon31224
11Oscar Piastri17238
12Pierre Gasly16239
13Alexander Albon11244
14Nico Hulkenberg9246
15Valtteri Bottas5250
16Zhou Guanyu4251
17Yuki Tsunoda2253
18Kevin Magnussen2253
19Logan Sargeant0255
20Nyck de Vries0255

Points available over remaining rounds: 344

2023 F1 constructors championship standings

PositionTeamPointsGap to leader
1Red Bull411
3Aston Martin181230
9Alfa Romeo9402

Points available over remaining rounds: 588

Standings with 10 out of 22 races complete.

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11 comments on “2023 British Grand Prix championship points”

  1. The Williams resurgence continues!

  2. At this rate, I predict Max to clinch the championship in Singapore.
    Piastri & Williams made good gains.

    1. And given that the there is no 2nd best team, as AM, Mercedes, Ferrari show unstable perfomance, whatever is the advantage in points, it seems that nobody could launch a campaign to catch VER.
      The lead is now on the 4 DNFs range. I think that VER only need to finish 2nd in every race to get the WDC. It is not a given, but this means that the same driver shouldve to win every race and even then VER could still not lose the championship.

      1. If Max finish 2nd in all the races (including sprint races) than amazingly Perez can still beat him in the driver championship.

        Well in theory he can but it will be absolutely impossible as Perez will have to score maximum points at all of the remaining 12 races (12x wins, 12x FLAP and 4x sprint win) to beat Max by 1 point (500 versus 499).

        In this scenario Red Bull will score 999 points – Perez recent sub par performances as well as cancellation of Imola race made the 1,000 point season impossible now.

    2. @jerejj you’re being way too optimistic. If Max is to clinch it in Singapore, he has to win everything (including fastest laps) while Perez can score no more than 39 points. That means less than 8 points per race weekend for Perez. Even in the past dire period for him he has done better than that.

      1. @mattds Admittedly, on the optimistic side unless the current rate continues with Checo getting a DNF or two in the mix, but yes, more realistically within the Suzuka-Losail-COTA trio.

  3. Raveen Dhanapalan
    9th July 2023, 17:30

    If the performance is track specific, then hungary will give the answer about the P2 fight between Mercedes, Aston Martin and ferrari, now with Mclaren joined the race, Hungary will give us an idea whether McLaren new found space is just like others? And can Aston Martin make a comeback by the virtue of the track suiting them.

  4. Just amaizing that Lance Stroll is only 2 points ahead of Norris, who practically didn’t have a car until last week.

    1. Just amazing the Aston Martin is 3rd in WCC, when practically they just have one driver.

      1. Just amazing that Verstappen is leading the WCC when he practically isn’t a constructor

    2. Just amazing that Checo has scored fewer points than Aston Martin despite them effectively relying on a single driver.

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