F1 Standings

It’s important to understand what you’re looking at when it comes to the Formula 1 standings. The winner of the F1 season will be the driver with the most points at the season’s end in November.

It’s also important to know how the drivers get these points. The winner of the race gets 25 points. Second place gets 18, 15 for third, 12 for fourth, 10 for fifth, 8 for sixth, 6 for seventh, 4 for eighth, 2 for ninth and 1 for 10. The drivers outside of the top 10 aren’t awarded points. The driver with the fastest lap is also awarded a point, but the driver has to finish in the top 10 to receive that extra point.

2023 Championship - F1 Standings

F1 Season Explained

The F1 season is one of the most anticipated of any sports league around the world, not just in racing. The original plan for the 2023 season will be to have a total of 22 races. The schedule starts at the beginning of March and ends at the end of November.

Over the course of a season, the F1 points standings will change from week-to-week. It may turn out to be a battle at the top between one or two drivers, or it could turn into a battle for third place down the stretch. With all of the change going on, there will likely be some opportunities for value on futures that may not have shown as much value as they did the week before.

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F1 Points Standings FAQs

How are pole positions determined in F1?

In Formula 1, pole position is determined in time trials or qualifying. The driver with the best time starts at the front of the grid, where nearly 40 percent of race wins have come from.

How many points are assigned to each driver/constructor?

The drivers who finish the race in the top 10 are awarded points. 25 points for first, 18 for second, 15 for third, 12 for fourth, 10 for fifth, 8 for sixth, 6 for seventh, 4 for eighth, 2 for ninth and 1 for tenth. An additional point can be earned by the driver with the fastest lap time, but can’t finish outside of the top 10.

Who stands on the podium for F1?

The top-three finishing drivers stand on the podium. The winner stands on the central, highest podium. The third-place driver stands on the winner’s left while the second-place driver stands on his right.
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