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2022 Brazilian Grand Prix championship points

2022 Brazilian Grand Prix

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Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 139 points from Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez after the Brazilian Grand Prix.

2022 F1 drivers championship standings

PositionDriverPointsGap to leader
1Max Verstappen429
2Charles Leclerc290139
3Sergio Perez290139
4George Russell265164
5Lewis Hamilton240189
6Carlos Sainz Jnr234195
7Lando Norris113316
8Esteban Ocon86343
9Fernando Alonso81348
10Valtteri Bottas49380
11Sebastian Vettel36393
12Daniel Ricciardo35394
13Kevin Magnussen25404
14Pierre Gasly23406
15Lance Stroll14415
16Mick Schumacher12417
17Yuki Tsunoda12417
18Zhou Guanyu6423
19Alexander Albon4425
20Nicholas Latifi2427
21Nyck de Vries2427
22Nico Hulkenberg0429

2022 F1 constructors championship standings

1Red Bull719
6Alfa Romeo55
7Aston Martin50

Standings with 21 out of 22 races complete.

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9 comments on “2022 Brazilian Grand Prix championship points”

  1. The “Gap to leader” is the silliest and most useless thing ever.

    1. its a legacy stat from a time when the cars drove flat out to the line.

      These days they drive for position and then to save the engine. Its all about risk and benefit, percentages.

      1. Just saying, If verstappen had gotten by Hamilton, he would have almost certainly gotten by Russell….

        1. I have a hard time believing that, verstappen recovered as quickly as leclerc did, and then as you could see in the end, merc ran away from the ferraris.

  2. Hilarious that Perez helped Max win the championship last year, yet the little boy can’t even gift him pack a pathetic 6th place. What a baby.

    1. I wonder if Perez was thinking about that championship battle for 2nd place when he let those two ferraris by.
      Hard to bellieve he was driving a championship-winning car.

      1. Have you started watching F1 a week ago or why this bad take?

  3. Mega job by wingman Hamilton to keep Verstappen back. You shall not pass.

    That said that restart by Russell is what allowed Verstappen to slipstream Hamilton.

    Congrats to Mercedes on the win, which also finally allowed the national anthem to be played.
    I can’t think of the last time the uk anthem wasn’t played in a formula 1 season, but the
    f1 industry based here in the UK, needed this too.

    1. Well, shouldn’t be too hard to work out because hamilton won a race every single year, so we’d have to go back to 2006 at least, and that season I think only ferrari and renault won races, mclaren was slow and reliable, the opposite of the previous year, and since the drivers were german, brazilian, spanish and italian, I guess that’s it, 16 years.

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