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by Meatwad 25 Mar 2018, 07:00
As predicted, Verstappen wins the first race of 2018 in Australia, although Magnussen led before a car failure. Vandoorne takes the best result of his career with a second place, and Sainz finishes third. Leclerc starts his career with an impressive fifth place.

2018 (After one race):

Verstappen 25 (1 win)
Vandoorne 18 (1 2nd)
Sainz 15 (1 3rd)
Ocon 12 (best result: 4th)
Leclerc 10 (best result: 5th)
Stroll 8 (best result: 6th)
Hartley 6 (best result: 7th)
Magnussen 0 (best result: DNF)
Gasly 0 (best result: DNF)
Ericsson 0 (best result: DNF)
Sirotkin 0 (best result: DNF)
by Meatwad 08 Apr 2018, 19:27
Pierre Gasly takes his first win (in fact, also his first podium) in the Bahrain Grand Prix! Verstappen fails to finish, promoting Vandoorne to the championship lead, though he has never won a race – today he was third behind Magnussen.

2018 (After two races):

Vandoorne 33 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Gasly 25 (1 win)
Verstappen 25 (1 win)
Sainz 23 (1 3rd)
Ocon 22 (best result: 4th)
Magnussen 18 (1 2nd)
Leclerc 16 (best result: 5th)
Ericsson 12 (best result: 4th)
Stroll 12 (best result: 6th)
Hartley 7 (best result: 7th)
Sirotkin 2 (best result: 9th)

Edited after Hartley's penalty.
by James1978 12 Apr 2018, 21:13
On paper, Verstappen should absolutely walk this - then again we all thought that last year too! :)

"Poor old Warwick takes it from behind all throughout this season". :) (Tony Jardine, 1988)
by Meatwad 15 Apr 2018, 08:53
Verstappen wins in China and takes the lead in the championship. Sainz finishes second and Magnussen third.

2018 (After three races):

Verstappen 50 (2 wins)
Vandoorne 43 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Sainz 41 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Ocon 34 (best result: 2 4th)
Magnussen 33 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Gasly 27 (1 win)
Stroll 20 (best result: 2 6th)
Leclerc 17 (best result: 5th)
Ericsson 16 (best result: 4th)
Sirotkin 8 (best result: 7th)
Hartley 7 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 29 Apr 2018, 14:55
Sainz wins at Baku and takes the championship lead as Verstappen crashes again. Leclerc takes his first podium with a second place and Stroll finishes third.

2018 (After four races):

Sainz 66 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Vandoorne 55 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Verstappen 50 (2 wins)
Magnussen 37 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Leclerc 35 (1 2nd)
Stroll 35 (1 3rd)
Ocon 34 (best result: 2 4th)
Gasly 33 (1 win)
Ericsson 24 (best result: 4th)
Hartley 17 (best result: 5th)
Sirotkin 8 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 13 May 2018, 15:25
Verstappen takes his third win of the season in Spain. Magnussen finishes second and Sainz third, the latter staying in the championship lead with a six-point difference.

2018 (After five races):

Sainz 81 (1 win, 1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Verstappen 75 (3 wins)
Magnussen 55 (2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Vandoorne 55 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Leclerc 47 (1 2nd)
Stroll 45 (1 3rd)
Ocon 34 (best result: 2 4th)
Gasly 33 (1 win)
Ericsson 30 (best result: 4th)
Hartley 25 (best result: 5th)
Sirotkin 12 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 27 May 2018, 16:03
Ocon takes his first win (or even podium!) of the season in Monaco. Gasly finishes second, followed by Verstappen who is now just three points behind championship leader Sainz.

2018 (After six races):

Sainz 93 (1 win, 1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Verstappen 90 (3 wins, 1 3rd)
Magnussen 63 (2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Vandoorne 61 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Ocon 59 (1 win)
Gasly 51 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Leclerc 48 (1 2nd)
Stroll 47 (1 3rd)
Ericsson 40 (best result: 4th)
Hartley 25 (best result: 5th)
Sirotkin 16 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 11 Jun 2018, 03:23
Verstappen takes the championship lead with a win in Canada. Sainz is second in both the race and the championship, while Ocon took his second podium in a row in third place.

2018 (After seven races):

Verstappen 115 (4 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 111 (1 win, 2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Ocon 74 (1 win, 1 3rd)
Magnussen 71 (2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Vandoorne 65 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Gasly 61 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Leclerc 60 (1 2nd)
Stroll 47 (1 3rd)
Ericsson 46 (best result: 4th)
Hartley 25 (best result: 5th)
Sirotkin 18 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 24 Jun 2018, 16:06
Verstappen wins once again in France. Magnussen finishes second and Sainz third.

2018 (After eight races):

Verstappen 140 (5 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 126 (1 win, 2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Magnussen 89 (3 2nd, 1 3rd)
Vandoorne 75 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Ocon 74 (1 win, 1 3rd)
Leclerc 72 (1 2nd)
Gasly 61 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Ericsson 54 (best result: 4th)
Stroll 49 (1 3rd)
Hartley 31 (best result: 5th)
Sirotkin 22 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 01 Jul 2018, 15:06
In Austria, Verstappen takes yet another win and is becoming the title favorite he was before the season. Magnussen takes his fourth second place of the season (still no wins, though!) and Ocon finishes third.

2018 (After nine races):

Verstappen 165 (6 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 132 (1 win, 2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Magnussen 107 (4 2nd, 1 3rd)
Ocon 89 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Leclerc 84 (1 2nd)
Vandoorne 76 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Gasly 69 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Ericsson 64 (best result: 4th)
Stroll 51 (1 3rd)
Hartley 31 (best result: 5th)
Sirotkin 26 (best result: 7th)

Edited after Stroll penalty.
by Meatwad 08 Jul 2018, 16:03
A chaotic race at Silverstone has only six finishers, though Verstappen is also classified after a late retirement. Ocon takes his second win of the season (and becomes the first driver other than Verstappen to win more than one race this year). Magnussen takes his fifth second place of the year without a single win, and Vandoorne finishes third.

2018 (After ten races):

Verstappen 171 (6 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 132 (1 win, 2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Magnussen 125 (5 2nd, 1 3rd)
Ocon 114 (2 wins, 2 3rd)
Vandoorne 91 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Leclerc 84 (1 2nd)
Gasly 79 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Ericsson 64 (best result: 4th)
Stroll 63 (1 3rd)
Sirotkin 34 (best result: 6th)
Hartley 31 (best result: 5th)

Edited after Gasly penalty.
by Meatwad 22 Jul 2018, 15:50
Verstappen takes another win in Germany and is dominating in the championship. Ocon finishes second with Ericsson third, while fourth-placed Hartley takes the best result of his career so far.

2018 (After eleven races):

Verstappen 196 (7 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 140 (1 win, 2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Magnussen 135 (5 2nd, 1 3rd)
Ocon 132 (2 wins, 1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Vandoorne 97 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Leclerc 86 (1 2nd)
Gasly 83 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Ericsson 79 (1 3rd)
Stroll 63 (1 3rd)
Hartley 43 (best result: 4th)
Sirotkin 34 (best result: 6th)
by Rob Dylan 25 Jul 2018, 08:56
Hartley on six points after Australia, do we think he'll even equal that by real-life season end? ;)

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Meatwad 29 Jul 2018, 17:36
Verstappen retires in Hungary, allowing the others to catch up a little. Gasly takes his second win of the season, with the other podium spots going to Magnussen (seemingly the eternal number two this season) and Sainz.

2018 (After twelve races):

Verstappen 196 (7 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 155 (1 win, 2 2nd, 4 3rd)
Magnussen 153 (6 2nd, 1 3rd)
Ocon 142 (2 wins, 1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Gasly 108 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Vandoorne 97 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Ericsson 87 (1 3rd)
Leclerc 86 (1 2nd)
Stroll 67 (1 3rd)
Hartley 55 (best result: 2 4th)
Sirotkin 40 (best result: 6th)
by Meatwad 26 Aug 2018, 19:12
Verstappen takes another win at Spa. Ocon finishes second and Magnussen third. The latter is now second in championship but more than two race wins behind Verstappen...

2018 (After thirteen races):

Verstappen 221 (8 wins, 1 3rd)
Magnussen 168 (6 2nd, 2 3rd)
Sainz 163 (1 win, 2 2nd, 4 3rd)
Ocon 160 (2 wins, 2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Gasly 120 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Vandoorne 98 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Ericsson 97 (1 3rd)
Leclerc 86 (1 2nd)
Stroll 71 (1 3rd)
Hartley 57 (best result: 2 4th)
Sirotkin 46 (best result: 6th)
by Meatwad 02 Sep 2018, 17:04
Verstappen takes yet another win at Monza. Ocon and Sainz join him on the podium.

2018 (After fourteen races):

Verstappen 246 (9 wins, 1 3rd)
Ocon 178 (2 wins, 3 2nd, 2 3rd)
Sainz 178 (1 win, 2 2nd, 5 3rd)
Magnussen 169 (6 2nd, 2 3rd)
Gasly 124 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Vandoorne 104 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Ericsson 99 (1 3rd)
Leclerc 94 (1 2nd)
Stroll 83 (1 3rd)
Hartley 57 (best result: 2 4th)
Sirotkin 56 (best result: 5th)
by Rob Dylan 02 Sep 2018, 23:36
I first saw this thread back in 2012 or something, and it has always interested me. Coming back to it this season is making me chuckle to read over some of the old results.

The most interesting statistic for me, which I never saw anyone comment on, is that Nelson Piquet appears to be the only champion whose championship in this version happened after his real life one. It also seems amazing that in his third year at Red Bull, only now is Max Verstappen looking secure to actually win a championship.

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Meatwad 03 Sep 2018, 04:13
Rob Dylan wrote:I first saw this thread back in 2012 or something, and it has always interested me. Coming back to it this season is making me chuckle to read over some of the old results.

It's the same for me. :) This hadn't been updated in several races so I felt I had to keep it up to date – this was back in 2012, it's incredible how time flies. And even now, I can't really say I'm active on the forums anymore but updating this thread is always one of the first things I do after watching each race. :D

The most interesting statistic for me, which I never saw anyone comment on, is that Nelson Piquet appears to be the only champion whose championship in this version happened after his real life one. It also seems amazing that in his third year at Red Bull, only now is Max Verstappen looking secure to actually win a championship.

That's fascinating indeed! I also like how Hülkenberg is a champion here, though he doesn't even have a podium in real life.

Verstappen was really unlucky not to win last year – it's incredible how he took 12 wins to Pérez's 4 and still lost to him! If I remember correctly, 12 is actually the record for most wins in a season here (at least Webber has done it before), though Verstappen might have a chance of breaking that record this season.
by Rob Dylan 03 Sep 2018, 11:22
Was just talking to a mate about this, and he was suggesting that, as so many of the real world champions were crowned a few seasons early here, it's a good way of seeing who will the near-future champions in real life.

I just really hope Hülkenberg and Pérez get their real-life chances, though I know Räikkönen will be taking up whatever seat they're needing for the next half-decade at least...

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Meatwad 16 Sep 2018, 14:48
Verstappen takes yet another win, and it's going to take a lot of bad luck or errors for him not to win the title! Sainz and Leclerc also finish on the podium, the former now taking second place in the championship.

2018 (After fifteen races):

Verstappen 271 (10 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 196 (1 win, 3 2nd, 5 3rd)
Ocon 178 (2 wins, 3 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 171 (6 2nd, 2 3rd)
Gasly 132 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Vandoorne 114 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Ericsson 111 (1 3rd)
Leclerc 109 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 89 (1 3rd)
Hartley 61 (best result: 2 4th)
Sirotkin 57 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 30 Sep 2018, 13:22
Verstappen wins yet another race at Sochi and is heading towards the championship he should have won last year – he already has a chance to clinch it in the next race! Leclerc matches his career best finish with a second place and Magnussen finished third.

2018 (After sixteen races):

Verstappen 296 (11 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 200 (1 win, 3 2nd, 5 3rd)
Ocon 190 (2 wins, 3 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 186 (6 2nd, 3 3rd)
Gasly 132 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Leclerc 127 (2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Ericsson 121 (1 3rd)
Vandoorne 120 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Stroll 97 (1 3rd)
Hartley 61 (best result: 2 4th)
Sirotkin 59 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 07 Oct 2018, 07:36
UgncreativeUsergname wrote:The intra-Sauber battle sure is a lot more interesting here

Indeed. :D It's pretty surprising that Ericsson was ahead a while ago... and he's ahead again after today! Much more surprising than Verstappen already clinching the title (Ocon and Sainz were on the podium but they would have had to beat Verstappen to stay in contention). :P He's likely to break the record for most wins in a season too...

2018 (After seventeen races):

Verstappen 321 (12 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 215 (1 win, 3 2nd, 6 3rd)
Ocon 208 (2 wins, 4 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 186 (6 2nd, 3 3rd)
Gasly 144 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Ericsson 131 (1 3rd)
Leclerc 127 (2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Vandoorne 126 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Stroll 99 (1 3rd)
Hartley 69 (best result: 2 4th)
Sirotkin 63 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 21 Oct 2018, 23:28
Bleu wrote:Next year will hopefully be good with Leclerc vs. Gasly!

Those two must be the pre-season favorites – I think Leclerc will have the upper hand but who knows? :)

Champion Verstappen takes yet another win in the U.S. By doing so, he matches the record for most wins in a season, held by Barrichello (2000) and Alonso (2005), and looks very likely to break it... Sainz finishes second in the race, but third place is a surprise – Hartley gets his first podium after the disqualifications of Ocon and Magnussen! This leaves Sirotkin as the only driver without a podium this season.

2018 (After eighteen races):

Verstappen 346 (13 wins, 1 3rd)

Sainz 233 (1 win, 4 2nd, 6 3rd)
Ocon 208 (2 wins, 4 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 186 (6 2nd, 3 3rd)
Gasly 152 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Ericsson 143 (1 3rd)
Vandoorne 136 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Leclerc 127 (2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 103 (1 3rd)
Hartley 84 (1 3rd)
Sirotkin 69 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 29 Oct 2018, 11:39
In Mexico, Verstappen takes a record-breaking 14th win of the season! Leclerc finishes second and Vandoorne third (his first podium since Silverstone). Sainz is the only driver not to finish, allowing Ocon to catch him a little in the battle for second in the championship...

2018 (After nineteen races):

Verstappen 371 (14 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 233 (1 win, 4 2nd, 6 3rd)
Ocon 216 (2 wins, 4 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 187 (6 2nd, 3 3rd)
Gasly 162 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Ericsson 155 (1 3rd)
Vandoorne 151 (1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Leclerc 145 (3 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 109 (1 3rd)
Hartley 86 (1 3rd)
Sirotkin 73 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 11 Nov 2018, 19:43
In Brazil, Verstappen extends his record by winning for the 15th time this season. Leclerc finishes an impressive second, with Magnussen third.

2018 (After twenty races):

Verstappen 396 (15 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 243 (1 win, 4 2nd, 6 3rd)
Ocon 222 (2 wins, 4 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 202 (6 2nd, 4 3rd)
Gasly 170 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Leclerc 163 (4 2nd, 1 3rd)
Vandoorne 155 (1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Ericsson 155 (1 3rd)
Stroll 110 (1 3rd)
Hartley 98 (1 3rd)
Sirotkin 75 (best result: 5th)

Edited after Vandoorne penalty.
Last edited by Meatwad on 25 Nov 2018, 16:01, edited 1 time in total.
by Rob Dylan 11 Nov 2018, 21:19
The gap this season is ridiculous. I mean, Verstappen's rival Ocon took him out, and he still won by nearly a lap against Leclerc. Talk about Formula 1.5 ;)

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Meatwad 25 Nov 2018, 16:00
Verstappen extends his record by taking his 16th win of the season at Abu Dhabi. Championship runner-up Sainz fittingly finishes second, ahead of Leclerc.

Final results for 2018:

Verstappen 421 (16 wins, 1 3rd)
Sainz 261 (1 win, 5 2nd, 6 3rd)
Ocon 222 (2 wins, 4 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 214 (6 2nd, 4 3rd)
Leclerc 178 (4 2nd, 2 3rd)
Gasly 170 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Vandoorne 161 (1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Ericsson 155 (1 3rd)
Stroll 118 (1 3rd)
Hartley 108 (1 3rd)
Sirotkin 79 (best result: 5th)
by Rob Dylan 25 Nov 2018, 19:49
Verstappen-Sainz finish. It's always nice when fantasy series work in tandem with the real thing :D

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Meatwad 17 Mar 2019, 08:08
Leclerc starts 2019 as favorite for the title, managing to win at Melbourne. He also becomes the first driver to benefit from the new rule giving an additional point for fastest lap. Magnussen finishes second and Stroll third, while Kubica's comeback race proved difficult...

2019 (After one race):

Leclerc 26 (1 win)
Magnussen 18 (1 2nd)
Stroll 15 (1 3rd)
Gasly 12 (best result: 4th)
Norris 10 (best result: 5th)
Albon 8 (best result: 6th)
Giovinazzi 6 (best result: 7th)
Russell 4 (best result: 8th)
Kubica 2 (best result: 9th)
Sainz 0 (best result: DNF)
by Meatwad 31 Mar 2019, 17:37
Leclerc takes another win at Bahrain in spite of a turbo failure (and also sets the fastest lap again). Norris gets his first podium in only his second race, finishing second, while Gasly places third.

2019 (After two races):

Leclerc 52 (2 wins)
Norris 28 (1 2nd)
Gasly 27 (1 3rd)
Magnussen 26 (1 2nd)
Stroll 21 (1 3rd)
Albon 20 (best result: 4th)
Giovinazzi 16 (best result: 5th)
Russell 8 (best result: 2 8th)
Kubica 4 (best result: 2 9th)
Sainz 1 (best result: 10th)
by Meatwad 14 Apr 2019, 09:17
Leclerc continues his domination, winning his third race in a row in China. However, he misses out on the fastest lap this time, as second-placed Gasly manages to take the extra point. Third place goes to Albon – the first podium of his career.

2019 (After three races):

Leclerc 77 (3 wins)
Gasly 46 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Magnussen 36 (1 2nd)
Albon 35 (1 3rd)
Stroll 33 (1 3rd)
Norris 29 (1 2nd)
Giovinazzi 22 (best result: 5th)
Russell 12 (best result: 3 8th)
Sainz 9 (best result: 6th)
Kubica 6 (best result: 3 9th)
by Meatwad 28 Apr 2019, 16:40
At Baku, Leclerc takes his fourth win out of four races, as well as his third fastest lap of the season. The McLaren duo get the other podium spots, Sainz finishing ahead and finally getting a good result after a difficult start to the season.

It's not really looking like the most exciting season at the moment, especially with closest challenger Gasly failing to finish... But looking at the positives, the fight for second place is extremely tough at the moment! Also worth noting is that Williams has been very consistent, if nothing else. ;)

2019 (After four races):

Leclerc 103 (4 wins)
Gasly 46 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 45 (1 3rd)
Albon 45 (1 3rd)
Norris 44 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Magnussen 42 (1 2nd)
Giovinazzi 30 (best result: 5th)
Sainz 27 (1 2nd)
Russell 16 (best result: 4 8th)
Kubica 8 (best result: 4 9th)
by Meatwad 12 May 2019, 16:20
Another race, another win for Leclerc... He also gets his fourth fastest lap in five races. Gasly and Magnussen get the other podium spots, ahead of home hero Sainz.

2019 (After five races):

Leclerc 129 (5 wins)
Gasly 64 (2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Magnussen 57 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Albon 55 (1 3rd)
Stroll 45 (1 3rd)
Norris 44 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Sainz 39 (1 2nd)
Giovinazzi 38 (best result: 5th)
Russell 22 (best result: 7th)
Kubica 12 (best result: 8th)
by Meatwad 26 May 2019, 15:47
Leclerc's win streak finally comes to an end, as he retires in Monaco. Gasly takes his first win of the season, also setting the fastest lap. Sainz and Albon get the other two podium spots. Also. Williams did not finish last – Russell was an impressive sixth out of nine finishers (with Kubica eighth)!

2019 (After six races):

Leclerc 129 (5 wins)
Gasly 90 (1 win, 2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Albon 70 (2 3rd)
Magnussen 67 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Sainz 57 (2 2nd)
Norris 56 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 51 (1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 40 (best result: 5th)
Russell 30 (best result: 6th)
Kubica 16 (best result: 2 8th)
by Meatwad 09 Jun 2019, 22:44
Things are back to normal in Canada, as Leclerc takes his sixth win of the season (and also the fastest lap, again). Gasly finishes second (and is also a clear second in the championship), with Stroll taking a surprise third place.

2019 (After seven races):

Leclerc 155 (6 wins)
Gasly 108 (1 win, 3 2nd, 1 3rd)
Magnussen 73 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Albon 70 (2 3rd)
Sainz 69 (2 2nd)
Stroll 66 (2 3rd)
Norris 56 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 50 (best result: 2 5th)
Russell 38 (best result: 2 6th)
Kubica 20 (best result: 3 8th)
by Meatwad 23 Jun 2019, 15:47
Unsurprisingly, Leclerc wins the French Grand Prix and sets the fastest lap. Sainz finishes second ahead of Norris who had an amazing drive in spite of car problems. All ten drivers finished the race, with Kubica finishing ahead of Russell for the first time.

2019 (After eight races):

Leclerc 181 (7 wins)
Gasly 120 (1 win, 3 2nd, 1 3rd)
Sainz 87 (3 2nd)
Albon 78 (2 3rd)
Magnussen 77 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 76 (2 3rd)
Norris 71 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Giovinazzi 56 (best result: 2 5th)
Russell 39 (best result: 2 6th)
Kubica 22 (best result: 3 8th)
by Meatwad 30 Jun 2019, 15:28
To the surprise of no one, Leclerc takes another win (and fastest lap) in Austria. Norris finishes second with Gasly third.

2019 (After nine races):

Leclerc 207 (8 wins)
Gasly 135 (1 win, 3 2nd, 2 3rd)
Sainz 99 (3 2nd)
Norris 89 (2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Stroll 84 (2 3rd)
Albon 84 (2 3rd)
Magnussen 79 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 66 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 43 (best result: 2 6th)
Kubica 23 (best result: 3 8th)

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