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2024 Canadian Grand Prix race result and championship points

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Max Verstappen has won the Canadian Grand Prix for Red Bull ahead of Lando Norris and George Russell.

P. # Driver Team Car
1 1 Max Verstappen Red Bull-Honda RBPT RB20
2 4 Lando Norris McLaren-Mercedes MCL38
3 63 George Russell Mercedes W15
4 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes W15
5 81 Oscar Piastri McLaren-Mercedes MCL38
6 14 Fernando Alonso Aston Martin-Mercedes AMR24
7 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin-Mercedes AMR24
8 3 Daniel Ricciardo RB-Honda RBPT 01
9 10 Pierre Gasly Alpine-Renault A524
10 31 Esteban Ocon Alpine-Renault A524
11 27 Nico Hulkenberg Haas-Ferrari VF-24
12 20 Kevin Magnussen Haas-Ferrari VF-24
13 77 Valtteri Bottas Sauber-Ferrari C44
14 22 Yuki Tsunoda RB-Honda RBPT 01
15 24 Zhou Guanyu Sauber-Ferrari C44
16 55 Carlos Sainz Jnr Ferrari SF-24
17 23 Alexander Albon Williams-Mercedes FW46
18 11 Sergio Perez Red Bull-Honda RBPT RB20
19 16 Charles Leclerc Ferrari SF-24
20 2 Logan Sargeant Williams-Mercedes FW46

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Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 56 points from Charles Leclerc after the Canadian Grand Prix.

2024 F1 drivers championship standings

Position Driver Points Gap to leader
1 Max Verstappen 194
2 Charles Leclerc 138 56
3 Lando Norris 131 63
4 Carlos Sainz Jnr 108 86
5 Sergio Perez 107 87
6 Oscar Piastri 81 113
7 George Russell 69 125
8 Lewis Hamilton 55 139
9 Fernando Alonso 41 153
10 Yuki Tsunoda 19 175
11 Lance Stroll 17 177
12 Daniel Ricciardo 9 185
13 Oliver Bearman 6 188
14 Nico Hulkenberg 6 188
15 Pierre Gasly 3 191
16 Alexander Albon 2 192
17 Esteban Ocon 2 192
18 Kevin Magnussen 1 193
19 Zhou Guanyu 0 194
20 Valtteri Bottas 0 194
21 Logan Sargeant 0 194

Points available over remaining rounds: 422

2024 F1 constructors championship standings

Position Team Points Gap to leader
1 Red Bull 301
2 Ferrari 252 49
3 McLaren 212 89
4 Mercedes 124 177
5 Aston Martin 58 243
6 RB 28 273
7 Haas 7 294
8 Alpine 5 296
9 Williams 2 299
10 Sauber 0 301

Points available over remaining rounds: 720

Standings with 9 out of 24 races complete.

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24 comments on “2024 Canadian Grand Prix race result and championship points”

  1. McLaren fastest on inters; Mercedes fastest on mediums and hards; Red Bull coped with both, and who else but Max sailed through.

    Such a shame the safety car picked up Lando: I would have loved to see him and Max have a proper shoot-out.

  2. McLaren, what are you doing?

    1. They put together a great wet-weather car, and gained 2nd/3rd despite bad luck with the first safety car.

      I think Norris was 1 lap off perfect with the second safety car, but I don’t think *anyone* played that right (the correct lap was the one between Russell and Norris), and McLaren picked it better than most teams.

      So I think McLaren… ran a really great race. Shame they didn’t quite have the dry pace that Max did.

      1. Norris wins that if they pitted when literally everyone else did, crazy decision not to pit then.

        1. This. It wasn’t one lap too late. He only lost a half a second with the extra lap, but 4 seconds in two corners to Max because he was always going to be a sitting duck on freezing tires whether he was clearly ahead of Max coming out of the pits or not.

        2. I was onboard Norris, they did not leave him out intentionally, he went past the pit entry 2-3 seconds before SC was announced, they had no choice in the matter. Not sure why it took so long to put the SC out.

          1. Kyle, yes, it took a long time to put the SC out, but it looked pretty obvious that it would be a SC as soon as the stewrds worked out which button they needed to press, so McLaren really should have pitted him anyway. Strategy fail by McLaren.

          2. Exactly. A car stopped on or to the side of the track is ALWAYS at least an in today’s F1. Their only possible excuse is claiming they feared a red flag might come out.

          3. As Nick T said a red flag could be called and then would Max gaining a postion.

            Also SC they call when the driver switch off his engine … It could that he get going again …

  3. Nine races, four different winners

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    None of them have been Perez

    Outqualifed by Sargent TWICE!!

    1. 4 points across the last 3 races…in a Red Bull.

      “The world’s 20 best drivers” as the F1 PR reps, I mean TV commentators and “analysts” love to tell us every weekend.

  4. George passing Lewis or Lewis playing team game keeping George 5+ seconds in front of Piastri just in case. Never know what stewards decide?

  5. Perez showing Red Bull how terrible their choice was. They have 3 drivers to choose from and he was the worst of the 3 all through the weekend.

    It’s almost like he’s joking with them.

    But of course he isn’t, he’s just that rubbish.

  6. Ferrari? Just robbing us of a real battle. AM did well but their car isn’t competing with anyone in front. They are truly the demarcation for the midfield. .

    1. Great defense by Fernando though, but it was ruined by a disastrous pitstop. It seemed he could have maintained his foe behind all the race. Once he lost position, he was losing over 1 second per lap

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  7. Max joins the tiny club of driver with 60 races wins – Max joined at age 26y8m10d being exactly to the day 6 years younger then Hamilton when he made it a club together with Schumacher on 17 Sept 2017 at age 32y8m10d being 10 months younger than Schumacher when he became the first driver with 60 wins.

  8. Red Bull was outscored, despite winning, not by one, but by TWO teams!
    Both McLaren and Mercedes outscored Red Bull in this race.
    Perez really earning his place in the team…

    1. it was such a lovely race from Perez. I hope he does this many more times!

      1. I mean this weekend was his I think 19th time with RBR failing to make Q3. That’s literally amazingly pathetic. People want to rave about DR having lost his form, but there’s no way he wouldn’t be doing better in a car, which is set up to his liking like the RBR unlike Checo. Tsunoda would crush Perez.

  9. notagrumpyfan
    9th June 2024, 23:04

    Best of the Rest Championship*:
    1) RB 269 (TSU 162, RIC 107)
    2) Haas 253 (HUL 146, MAG 107)
    3) Alpine 186 (OCO 95, GAS 91)
    4) Sauber 139 (ZHO 83, BOT 56)
    5) Williams 119 (ALB 80, SAR 39)

    * regular points structure for bottom 5 teams, incl. FLAP & Sprint points

    1. The RB looks like to be a faster package than the Aston now. Shows just how pathetically their development is going.

  10. It’s going to be hard, but at this stage I feel the need to hope Norris or LeClerc take the challenge to Verstappen. I typically spend the race urging Hamilton to make ground, and whilst my heart still wants some near impossible fairytale to occur over the rest of the season, there is – at this stage – some almost realistic hope that the McLaren and Ferrari drivers could mount a challenge for the championship.

    However, it would seem that they require the Red Bull to be suffering from more than one problem per race, as it was still a ‘somewhat’ comfortable win for Verstappen despite the ‘locked suspension’ sensation within the car.

  11. The way Norris disappeared into the distance as soon as the track dried in the first stint I was convinced he would just blow away Verstappen and Russell on slicks. I don’t understand this race. I think it was also notable how slow the rest of the field was compared to leaders it was like different classes.

    1. The Red bull got faster on light fuel loads….. that was the difference (and maybe that set was under parr)

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