2020 F1 World Championship points after Styrian Grand Prix

Valtteri Bottas leads the Formula 1 World Championship after his runner-up finish behind Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton in the Styrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring.

Bottas pulled off a late-race pass on Red Bull’s Max Verstappen to finish second to Hamilton, which added to his season-opening victory in the Austrian GP gives him a six-point lead in the world championship standings.

Lando Norris’s second top-five finish helps his points score to be third in the standings, 17 points behind Bottas and eight clear of Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, who failed to score after his first-lap collision with teammate Sebastian Vettel.

Sergio Perez lies fifth for Racing Point after his dramatic charge, finishing today’s race with a damaged front wing, with Verstappen’s third position putting him sixth – following his non-score here last weekend.

In the constructors’ championship, Mercedes already has more than twice the points of second-placed McLaren, with Red Bull Racing now third, ahead of Racing Point and Ferrari.

F1 World Championship Drivers’ points after Styrian Grand Prix

1 Valtteri Bottas4325/118/2
2 Lewis Hamilton3712/425/1
3 Lando Norris2616/310/5
4 Charles Leclerc1818/2
5 Sergio Perez168/68/6
6 Max Verstappen1515/3
7 Carlos Sainz Jr.1310/53/9
8 Alex Albon1212/4
9 Pierre Gasly66/7
10 Lance Stroll66/7
11 Esteban Ocon44/8
12 Daniel Ricciardo44/8
13 Antonio Giovinazzi22/9
14 Daniil Kvyat11/10
15 Sebastian Vettel11/10
16 Nicholas Latifi 
17 Kimi Raikkonen 
18 Kevin Magnussen 
19 Romain Grosjean 
20 George Russell 

F1 World Championship Constructors’ points after Styrian Grand Prix

1 Mercedes803743
2 McLaren392613
3 Red Bull Racing2727
4 Racing Point22814
5 Ferrari1919
6 Renault F1 Team844
7 AlphaTauri761
8 Alfa Romeo22
9 Williams 
10 Haas F1 Team 

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