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2023 United States Grand Prix race result and championship points

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Max Verstappen has won the United States Grand Prix for Red Bull ahead of Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz Jnr.

P.#DriverTeamCar
11Max VerstappenRed Bull-Honda RBPTRB19
24Lando NorrisMcLaren-MercedesMCL60
355Carlos Sainz JnrFerrariSF-23
411Sergio PerezRed Bull-Honda RBPTRB19
563George RussellMercedesW14
610Pierre GaslyAlpine-RenaultA523
718Lance StrollAston Martin-MercedesAMR23
822Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri-Honda RBPTAT04
923Alexander AlbonWilliams-MercedesFW45
102Logan SargeantWilliams-MercedesFW45
1127Nico HulkenbergHaas-FerrariVF-23
1277Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo-FerrariC43
1324Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo-FerrariC43
1420Kevin MagnussenHaas-FerrariVF-23
153Daniel RicciardoAlphaTauri-Honda RBPTAT04
DNF14Fernando AlonsoAston Martin-MercedesAMR23
DNF81Oscar PiastriMcLaren-MercedesMCL60
DNF31Esteban OconAlpine-RenaultA523

Disqualified

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes – Plank wear
Charles Leclerc, Ferrari – Plank wear

Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 226 points from Sergio Perez after the United States Grand Prix.

2023 F1 drivers championship standings

PositionDriverPointsGap to leader
1Max Verstappen466
2Sergio Perez240226
3Lewis Hamilton201265
4Fernando Alonso183283
5Carlos Sainz Jnr171295
6Lando Norris159307
7Charles Leclerc151315
8George Russell143323
9Oscar Piastri83383
10Pierre Gasly56410
11Lance Stroll53413
12Esteban Ocon44422
13Alexander Albon25441
14Valtteri Bottas10456
15Nico Hulkenberg9457
16Yuki Tsunoda8458
17Zhou Guanyu6460
18Kevin Magnussen3463
19Liam Lawson2464
20Logan Sargeant1465
21Nyck de Vries0466
22Daniel Ricciardo0466

Points available over remaining rounds: 112

2023 F1 constructors championship standings

PositionTeamPointsGap to leader
1Red Bull706
2Mercedes344362
3Ferrari322384
4McLaren242464
5Aston Martin236470
6Alpine100606
7Williams26680
8Alfa Romeo16690
9Haas12694
10AlphaTauri10696

Points available over remaining rounds: 191

Standings with 18 out of 22 races complete.

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13 comments on “2023 United States Grand Prix race result and championship points”

  1. Not quite within 10 laps, but a victory nevertheless.
    Stroll & Sargeant had good races, which was important for both, but especially the latter.
    Tsunoda was again a bit questionable with his defending under braking, but pitting for the FLAP point was a good move.

    1. Finally, as I expected, Mclaren overtook AM for P4.

      1. Jere (@jerejj)
        20th September 2023, 8:58

        Red Bull’s revenge? – I’m sure they’ll be back in form.

        McLaren eying fourth place – Not impossible, but I doubt they’re going to catch AM in points anymore despite effectively having two drivers versus one advantage.

  2. Perez on pace to lose P2—-while his teammate wins again.

    1. After the DSQ for Hamilton it looks a bit more comfortable for him now!

  3. The fact that Aston Martin’s reversion to the Qatar spec and it being so much faster has to be both worrying and embarrassing for the development team. They better take a new direction and fast. They seem totally lost.

    1. Was the Qatar spec faster though? Alonso was on the Qatar spec, Stroll with the upgraded spec. At about mid distance, Alonso was about 9-10 seconds ahead of Stroll, but he had run two stints on mediums rather than hard/medium, when the hards were slower for all other teams. And also, Stroll is Stroll. Too early to say if the upgrades are working or not, though we can probably rule out a McLaren type step up.

      1. Agree, I think the new spec seemed faster, Stroll wouldn’t have got so close to Alonso otherwise. I’m sure once they figure it out properly and have Alonso using it, then it will be a definite improvement.

  4. BLS (@brightlampshade)
    22nd October 2023, 22:05

    Perez seemed to struggle every time his tyres got more than 5 laps old. Russel seemed to struggle the whole weekend, I assume an issue of only one free practice.

    P2 between Hamilton and Perez will be touch and go, but I think it more depends on Perez out of the two of them.

    1. I dont understand why Perez is always so far behind Max. Just copy Max, do what he does.

      I’ll show them how its done.

      They should let me try one weekend in Perez’s car. I swear I will go as fast as Max. Just let me try, once?

      1. If everyone could “just do what Max does” we would all be able to be multiple world champions, that is BS.

  5. I wonder what Alonso could’ve achieved had he started from 8th or 9th on the grid. I strongly believe that Russell, Perez and Leclerc would be crying in the end.
    Alpine won’t get them, so fifth is safe. Aston can now fully focus on 2024 (something they should have done after Austria or Silverstone).

  6. the best years were the earlier years; when Ayrton Senna’s MINDSET was bringing, monitoring, and contolling perfection —- more than any other team & driver at any other timeline in Formula 1. And any other driver within any other ‘class’ of auto racing.
    At the timeline when technology was lesser advanced.

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