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2023 F1 standings: Verstappen grows title lead while Ferrari shows resurgence

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2023 Formula 1 Standings: Verstappen Extends Title Lead as Ferrari Makes a Comeback

After the first ten rounds of the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship, Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing continues to dominate the title fight, securing seven victories, including the most recent one at the Austrian Grand Prix.

Verstappen’s teammate, Sergio Perez, has had a more inconsistent season but managed to maintain his second-place position in the rankings. However, he faced difficulties in the last four rounds due to mishaps during qualifying, preventing him from reaching the final qualifying round.

In contrast, Fernando Alonso of Aston Martin has consistently delivered strong performances throughout the season. He has secured five podium finishes, claiming third place in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Australia, and Miami, as well as second place in the Monaco Grand Prix. Alonso currently sits in third place, just 17 points behind Perez.

Ferrari, after a strong start to the season, faced a lack of pace in recent rounds, exacerbated by reliability issues and crashes for drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz. However, upgrades introduced at the Austrian Grand Prix appear to have revitalized the team. Both drivers demonstrated strength throughout the race, with Leclerc securing a second-place finish, marking his first podium of the season.

Mercedes-Benz AMG had a challenging start to the season and, despite improving their performance in recent rounds, still struggles to break free from the midfield.

Among the rookie drivers, McLaren’s Oscar Piastri became the first to score points. Piastri earned four points by finishing eighth in the Australian Grand Prix and added another point in Monaco. The remaining rookies, Logan Sargeant of Williams and Nyck De Vries of AlphaTauri, have yet to score any points.

Here are the current standings for the 2023 F1 Drivers’ Championship:

  1. Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing – 229 points
  2. Sergio Perez, Red Bull Racing – 148 points
  3. Fernando Alonso, Aston Martin – 131 points
  4. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-Benz AMG – 106 points
  5. Carlos Sainz, Ferrari – 82 points
  6. Charles Leclerc, Ferrari – 72 points
    7) George Russell, Mercedes-Benz AMG – 72 points
  7. Lance Stroll, Aston Martin – 44 points
  8. Esteban Ocon, Alpine – 31 points
  9. Lando Norris, McLaren – 24 points
  10. Pierre Gasly, Alpine – 16 points
  11. Nico Hulkenberg, Haas – 9 points
  12. Alexander Albon, Williams – 7 points
  13. Oscar Piastri, McLaren – 5 points
  14. Valtteri Bottas, Alfa Romeo – 4 points
  15. Zhou Guanyu, Alfa Romeo – 4 points
  16. Yuki Tsunoda, AlphaTauri – 2 points
  17. Kevin Magnussen, Haas – 2 points
  18. Logan Sargeant, Williams – 0 points
  19. Nyck De Vries, AlphaTauri – 0 points

The current standings for the 2023 F1 Constructors’ Championship are as follows:

  1. Red Bull Racing – 377 points
  2. Mercedes-Benz AMG – 178 points
  3. Aston Martin – 175 points
  4. Ferrari – 154 points
  5. Alpine – 47 points
  6. McLaren – 29 points
  7. Haas – 11 points
  8. Alfa Romeo – 9 points
  9. Williams – 7 points
  10. AlphaTauri – 2 points

Here is a list of the 2023 F1 season race winners:

Bahrain Grand Prix – Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing
Saudi Arabian Grand Prix – Sergio Perez, Red Bull Racing
Australian Grand Prix – Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing
Azerbaijan Grand Prix – Sergio Perez, Red Bull Racing
Miami Grand Prix – Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing
Emilia Romagna Grand Prix – Canceled
Monaco Grand Prix – Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing
Spanish Grand Prix – Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing
Canadian Grand Prix – Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing
Austrian Grand Prix – Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing
British Grand Prix – TBD
Hungarian Grand Prix – TBD
Belgian Grand Prix – TBD
Dutch Grand Prix – TBD
Italian Grand Prix – TBD
Singapore Grand Prix – TBD
Japanese Grand Prix – TBD
Qatar Grand Prix – TBD
United States Grand Prix – TBD
Mexican Grand Prix – TBD
Brazilian Grand Prix – TBD
Las Vegas Grand Prix – TBD
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – TBD

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Formula 1 standings

What is the current standing in the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship?

The current standings show Max Verstappen from Red Bull Racing leading the championship with 229 points, followed by his teammate Sergio Perez with 148 points. Fernando Alonso of Aston Martin is in third place with 131 points.

How many wins does Max Verstappen have in the 2023 season?

Max Verstappen has secured seven wins so far in the 2023 Formula 1 season.

Which team is leading the Constructors’ Championship?

Red Bull Racing is currently leading the Constructors’ Championship with a total of 377 points.

How has Ferrari performed in the 2023 season?

Ferrari had a strong start to the season but faced some setbacks due to a lack of pace and reliability issues. However, they showed signs of improvement with upgrades introduced at the Austrian Grand Prix. Charles Leclerc secured their first podium finish of the season by coming second in that race.

Who are the rookie drivers and how have they performed?

The rookie drivers in the 2023 season are McLaren’s Oscar Piastri, Williams’ Logan Sargeant, and AlphaTauri’s Nyck De Vries. Oscar Piastri has scored five points so far, while Logan Sargeant and Nyck De Vries are yet to score any points.

Which races have been held so far in the 2023 season?

The races held so far in the 2023 season include the Bahrain Grand Prix, Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Australian Grand Prix, Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Miami Grand Prix, and the Monaco Grand Prix.

Which races are yet to take place in the 2023 season?

The remaining races in the 2023 season include the British Grand Prix, Hungarian Grand Prix, Belgian Grand Prix, Dutch Grand Prix, Italian Grand Prix, Singapore Grand Prix, Japanese Grand Prix, Qatar Grand Prix, United States Grand Prix, Mexican Grand Prix, Brazilian Grand Prix, Las Vegas Grand Prix, and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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