Hamilton is on his way to a SIXTH world title - leading his team-mate by 39 points - but in the Power Rankings; it's a bit of a different story. Max Verstappen has been challenging Hamilton in this all season.
Having stormed to a remarkable victory in Austria, Verstappen has retained the top-spot in the Power Rankings after another impressive performance at Silverstone. The Red Bull star was part of a sensational wheel-to-wheel duel with Charles Leclerc, before colliding with Sebastian Vettel and somehow carrying on against the odds.
Hamilton is in second after recording 47, the same as Verstappen. Carlos Sainz enjoyed a terrific race after qualifying in P13 but somehow managing to climb his way to P6 in England. Valtteri Bottas had a rather disappointing race after throwing away pole once again to his Mercedes team-mate, and he's down in fourth-place following the race.
Vettel had a nightmare weekend all round really, and his collision with Verstappen meant that he scored a low 28 points from the F1 judges. The two Haas drivers scored the two lowest points of the season so far - with Kevin Magnussen scoring 18 points - and Romain Grosjean recording just two more with 20 points, following the team's double-DNF.