Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone, 2024

2024 British Grand Prix race result and championship points

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Lewis Hamilton has won the British Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Max Verstappen and Lando Norris.

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

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Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 84 points from Lando Norris after the British Grand Prix.

2024 F1 drivers championship standings

Position Driver Points Gap to leader
1 Max Verstappen 255
2 Lando Norris 171 84
3 Charles Leclerc 150 105
4 Carlos Sainz Jnr 146 109
5 Oscar Piastri 124 131
6 Sergio Perez 118 137
7 George Russell 111 144
8 Lewis Hamilton 110 145
9 Fernando Alonso 45 210
10 Lance Stroll 23 232
11 Nico Hulkenberg 22 233
12 Yuki Tsunoda 20 235
13 Daniel Ricciardo 11 244
14 Oliver Bearman 6 249
15 Pierre Gasly 6 249
16 Kevin Magnussen 5 250
17 Alexander Albon 4 251
18 Esteban Ocon 3 252
19 Zhou Guanyu 0 255
20 Logan Sargeant 0 255
21 Valtteri Bottas 0 255

Points available over remaining rounds: 336

2024 F1 constructors championship standings

Position Team Points Gap to leader
1 Red Bull 373
2 Ferrari 302 71
3 McLaren 295 78
4 Mercedes 221 152
5 Aston Martin 68 305
6 RB 31 342
7 Haas 27 346
8 Alpine 9 364
9 Williams 4 369
10 Sauber 0 373

Points available over remaining rounds: 573

Standings with 12 out of 24 races complete.

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17 comments on “2024 British Grand Prix race result and championship points”

  1. BLS (@brightlampshade)
    7th July 2024, 17:25

    Sergio is one race from dropping to 8th.

    Max keeps marching on with strong results even when the team are struggling, which is rarely (unfortunately!)

    1. Perez was doing a test session, I think. He had a brand new engine or something.

      1. Coventry Climax
        7th July 2024, 19:50

        Testing what? The strength of the paper his contract is printed on?
        Can’t believe there’s still people coming up with excuses for him.

        17th, that’s downright ridiculously abysmal. Even before the first rain, he’d just overtaken 3 cars. Three! Had Gasly started, Perez would probably have been stuck behind him and not overtaken anyone at all.

        Formerly, there’d at least be something of a recovery race from Checo, but even that belongs to the past now, it seems. Sure, the extra stop didn’t help, but so did getting stuck in the gravel trap.

        He’s OK as a person, but not as an F1 driver. Persue a career in travel guiding, would be my advice for him.

        1. notagrumpyfan
          8th July 2024, 9:21

          He was clearly testing tyre compounds vs track conditions at various points during the GP.

          His FLAP was within 1s (not by a lot) of Verstappen so ‘nothing to see here’ :P

          1. After he pitted for softs two laps from the end in an effort to take fast lap from Sainz and he even failed at that. I know you’re a big Checo fan, but you’re living in a denial right now. He’s making Ricciardo’s 2022 McLaren collapse look like a solid performance.

  2. Perez finished 2 laps(!) off P1, how on earth did he manage that?

    1. Well, it was enough horror weekend for him but it doesn’t help if the team leaves you on inters when the track is dry and you’re losing seconds a lap to the other cars. Ferrari had a shocker with the strategy for Leclerc as well.

      1. Surely the driver can make the call?

    2. That’s 3.5s per lap lost.. Pretty spectacular vs the normal 1s a lap.

    3. It was really one lap. You can’t blame him for the inters for around 10 laps and no he couldn’t make the call. I have been as hard as anyone on him (see above). One lap down is bad enough though.

  3. Perez was already at the back and the Red Bul goes andl puts him on inters to completely demolish his chances.

    There’s some news about him needing to have certain % of Max’s points until Spa to keep the seat, that this season he’s far from achieving. Red Bull is probably making sure he doesn’t achieve that and they can get rif of him.

    Nobody would make the strategy they did with him today work. Leclerc was already catching Sainz when they called him for inters and was as bad as Perez from then on.

    1. Think he was just a test mule today. Test the hards to give intel to max. Which I think they used at the end to gain second. Be on track with inters, to see if it would already pay of to switch Max.

  4. Haas is further & further running away from Alpine & at this rate, I reckon they’ll overhaul Visa RB by the summer break, while Mclaren will probably overhaul Ferrari quite soon as well.

  5. Clearly Red Bull have earned their position, though I must admit – as harsh as it may sound – I am disappointed by Max’s ability to continue to stretch his lead, despite the improved performances from other teams over a number of races now.

  6. notagrumpyfan
    8th July 2024, 9:17

    Best of the Rest Championship*:
    1) Haas 362 (HUL 213, MAG 149)
    2) RB 338 (TSU 193, RIC 145)
    3) Alpine 269 (GAS 135, OCO 134)
    4) Sauber 174 (ZHO 99, BOT 75)
    5) Williams 166 (ALB 110, SAR 56)

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

    1. That’s a pretty silly model as proven alone by the fact that Zhou is ahead of Bottas.

  7. 50% of the season is done with half the points available scored and half still available.

    If you look at first 6 races (2 sprints) and last 6 races (1 sprint) it shows some interesting changes.
    * Max scored most points over first 6 and last 6 races with 136 & 119 points
    * Perez was 2nd with 103 points over first 6 races but last 6 races he is only 9th with 15 points (Hulkenberg scored 16 in last 2 races)
    * As direct result over last 6 races Red Bull (134 points) is outscored by McLaren (171 points) and Mercedes (157 points), still better than Ferrari with 115 points.
    * Lando scored 2nd best in last 6 races with 88 points (still 31 less than Max) and only 5 points more than Piastri and Lewis both with 83 points.
    * Leclerc is struggling the most at Ferrari because despite Monaco win he only scored 52 points in last 6 races. In last 4 races Leclerc only scored 3 points more than Perez.
    * Mercedes by far improved the most from 64 in first 6 races to 157 in last 6 races.

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