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F1 Drivers’ Championship 2022: Latest driver & team standings ahead of Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Max Verstappen continues to lead the Driver's championship standings with 125 points, followed by Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.

Abhishek Sandikar Author

Updated - 11 June 2022 5:18 pm

Red Bull’s Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen managed to pull off a double podium at the iconic Monaco Grand Prix. Perez defended his first place in a nail-biting end to the Monaco Grand Prix, with Carlos Sainz and Max Verstappen unable to make it past the Mexican while championship favourite Charles Leclerc lost out after far from the top to P4. 

The race was full of entertainment with constant delays, rain, crashes, red flags etc. Mercedes continue their struggles, with Lewis Hamilton and George Russell making little progress from their starting positions, finishing at eighth and fifth respectively. Micheal Schumacher’s son Mick Schumacher suffered a huge crash in the 26th lap at the swimming pool chicane, ruling him out midway.

What are the changes in the Constructor & Driver’s standings?

After the Monaco Grand Prix, Max Verstappen continues to lead the Driver’s championship standings with 125 points. Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc is second with 116 points followed by the winner of Monaco Grand Prix Sergio Perez with 110 points. Whereas the second runner-up of Monaco, Carloz Sainz is at the fifth spot with 83 points. 

Whereas in the Constructor’s championship RedBull is leading the table with 235 points. While Scuderia Ferrari continues at the second place after Sainz’s podium with 199 points. In third place is last year’s winner Mercedes with 134 points.


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