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F1 Drivers Championship: Max Verstappen EXTENDS his LEAD, Sergio Perez stays second after DNF as Leclerc mounting pressure on the Mexican – Check standings

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F1 Drivers Championship: Max Verstappen stays on top of Driver standings: Red Bull’s Max Verstappen stays on top of the 2022 Drivers’ standings after winning the Canadian Grand Prix. Meanwhile, Sergio Perez had to retire from the race but stays second as Charles Leclerc is three points shy of the Mexican. Follow Formula 1 Live Updates on InsideSport.IN.

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen now leads the table with 175 points and Perez takes the second position with 129 points. Meanwhile, Charles Leclerc drops down to the third position and sees himself with 126 points.

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F1 Drivers Championship: Max Verstappen EXTENDS his LEAD, Sergio Perez stays second after DNF as Leclerc mounting pressure on the Mexican – Check standings

George Russell takes the fourth position with 111 points. He is followed by Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz in the fifth position with 102 points to his name. Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton now climbs up to the sixth position after having 77 points.

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F1 Drivers Championship: Lewis Hamilton is sixth in the Drivers standings.

Meanwhile, Lando Norris is in the seventh spot with 50 points. Valtteri Bottas sees himself in the eighth position with 44 points to his name.

F1 Drivers Championship: Max Verstappen EXTENDS his LEAD, Sergio Perez stays second after DNF as Leclerc mounting pressure on the Mexican – Check standings

POS DRIVER NATIONALITY CAR PTS
1 Max Verstappen NED RED BULL RACING RBPT 175
2 Sergio Perez MEX RED BULL RACING RBPT 129
3 Charles Leclerc MON FERRARI 126
4 George Russell GBR MERCEDES 111
5 Carlos Sainz ESP FERRARI 102
6 Lewis Hamilton GBR MERCEDES 77
7 Lando Norris GBR MCLAREN MERCEDES 50
8 Valtteri Bottas FIN ALFA ROMEO FERRARI 44
9 Esteban Ocon FRA ALPINE RENAULT 39
10 Fernando Alonso ESP ALPINE RENAULT 22
11 Pierre Gasly FRA ALPHATAURI RBPT 16
12 Kevin Magnussen DEN HAAS FERRARI 15
13 Daniel Ricciardo AUS MCLAREN MERCEDES 15
14 Sebastian Vettel GER ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES 13
15 Yuki Tsunoda JPN ALPHATAURI RBPT 11
16 Zhou Guanyu CHN ALFA ROMEO FERRARI 3
17 Alexander Albon THA WILLIAMS MERCEDES 3
18 Lance Stroll CAN ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES 3
19 Mick Schumacher GER HAAS FERRARI 0
20 Nico Hulkenberg GER ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES 0
21 Nicholas Latifi CAN WILLIAMS MERCEDES 0

 

Esteban Ocon is in the ninth spot with 39 points. He is followed by Fernando Alonso in the tenth position with 22 points to his name. Meanwhile, Pierre Gasly drops down a spot as he sees himself in the eleventh position with 16 points to his name. 

F1 Drivers Championship: Max Verstappen EXTENDS his LEAD, Sergio Perez stays second after DNF as Leclerc mounting pressure on the Mexican – Check standings

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Moreover, Kevin Magnussen is in the twelfth spot with 15 points. He is followed by Daniel Ricciardo in the thirteenth position with 15 points. Meanwhile, they are followed by Sebastian Vettel in the fourteenth position with just 13 points.

Yuki Tsunoda sees himself in the fifteenth position with just 11 points to his name. Guanyu Zhou is in the sixteenth position with just 3 points to his name. Meanwhile, Alex Albon sees himself in the seventeenth spot with just 3 points to his name. He is followed by Lance Stroll in the eighteenth position with just 3 points.

Meanwhile, three drivers are yet to open their accounts as they have zero points to their names. These drivers include Mick Schumacher, Niko Hulkenberg, and Nicholas Latifi.

F1 Drivers Championship: Max Verstappen EXTENDS his LEAD, Sergio Perez stays second after DNF as Leclerc mounting pressure on the Mexican – Check standings

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