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Power Rankings: Verstappen and Hamilton share first place

Power Rankings: Verstappen and Hamilton share first place

3 August - 17:19 Last update: 17:37


The Power Rankings of Formula 1 after the Hungarian Grand Prix are in and this time there is not one, but two winners. Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton both achieve a final mark of 9.0 and thus achieve the highest score.

The podium after Hungary

Both Verstappen and Hamilton scored a 9.0 for an impressive Sunday. Both drivers had a disappointing qualifying, with Verstappen starting from P10 and Hamilton from P7. Both drove a nice race to eventually come over the finish line first and second.

On P3, with an equally good score, is George Russell. He scored an 8.8, but this was mainly due to his sensational first pole position of his career. During the race on Sunday, the young Briton fell back a little, but he can look back with satisfaction on third place.

The top five is rounded off by Lando Norris on P4 with an 8.4 and Fernando Alonso on P5 with a 7.8. In the sixth and seventh positions, we find Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc. They score 7.4 and 7.2 after a poor weekend, in which they both had hoped for more points.

Standings before the summer break

After thirteen races, Verstappen is still in the lead when it comes to averages this season. Verstappen now stands on an 8.8, Leclerc finds himself back on P2 with an 8.3 and Russell is the man on P3 with an 8.0.

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