This is our comprehensive guide on the Formula One (F1) standings. Whether you’re new to the sport or a long-time fan, this page is designed to keep you up-to-date with the latest and most accurate F1 driver standings.
F1 racing is a thrilling global spectacle, with the best drivers in the world competing in state-of-the-art cars designed by the finest engineers. This page provides the current F1 standings, tracking each driver’s progress throughout the season. But remember, in F1, everything can change in the blink of an eye!
We regularly update the standings after each race, so you can track your favorite driver’s progress. From the champions of the past to the rising stars of today, our Formula One standings page puts you in the driver’s seat.
Wondering about the standings of specific races or years? You can find information about the F1 standings for the Monaco Grand Prix, the Silverstone race, and other exciting venues. We also have archives of the F1 driver standings from previous years, providing a rich history of this incredible sport.
Moreover, we provide additional details such as the points scored by each driver, qualifying results, and more. We aim to make our Formula One standings page your one-stop-shop for all F1 standings information.
Remember to check back often, especially on race days, to get the updated F1 standings. Follow the intense rivalries, the strategic battles, and the stunning performances that make Formula One one of the most exciting sports in the world.
Stay tuned for the next race and see how the Formula One standings shift in this exhilarating race for the championship!
How are the F1 Driver Standings Calculated?
The F1 Driver Standings are based on a points system, with drivers earning points for their finishing position in each race. The driver with the most points at the end of the season is crowned the F1 World Champion.
Points are awarded as follows:
- 1st place: 25 points
- 2nd place: 18 points
- 3rd place: 15 points
- 4th place: 12 points
- 5th place: 10 points
- 6th place: 8 points
- 7th place: 6 points
- 8th place: 4 points
- 9th place: 2 points
- 10th place: 1 point
In addition to these standard points, drivers can also earn bonus points for setting the fastest lap time during a race. The driver must also finish the race in the top ten to receive this bonus point.