August 20, 2022

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Power Rankings: Who got the highest score after the sprint and Austrian Grand Prix?

This week’s power rankings not only reflect the Austrian Grand Prix, but the judges also take into account the drivers’ performance at Sprint. Here are the results for a few days full of excitement at the Red Bull Arena.

How it works

  • A panel of five judges evaluates each driver after each Grand Prix and scores them out of 10 according to their performance over the weekend – taking the machines out of the equation

  • Our experts’ scores are then averaged to produce the race score – with these scores recorded over the course of the season in the overall strength rankings leaderboard (at the bottom of the page)

Leclerc was unable to meet the pace of Verstappen on Friday, the Ferrari driver who qualified for second place for Red Bull, nor on Saturday when Monaco had to fend off teammate Sainz’s challenge at the start of the match. Sprint. Leclerc managed to catch up within two seconds of Verstappen against P2 at Sprint and then made three passes for the lead on Sunday to ensure Austrian Grand Prix Win – His first win since the third round Hold the gas pedal

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You wait for the F1 point and then 12 come at once. Schumacher opened his account at Silverstone and is now doing well, having secured the stellar P6 finish at the Austrian Grand Prix. He entered Sunday’s bout, swinging from P5 and dropping to P14, passing four cars on the way back to P6, then swinging again to cement Haas’ biggest points since the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix. Schumacher also qualified seventh for Sprint, finishing ninth .

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Verstappen appeared to be marching on the Red Bull Ring, where he finished first on Friday, finishing Sprint in P1 ahead of both Ferraris – although his tires started falling off towards the end to allow Leclerc to lock in – but Sunday wasn’t easily, The championship leader lost to Leclerc. He fought fairly and firmly but couldn’t hold off the Ferraris, and finished second in the Grand Prix with Sainz retired.

READ MORE: Horner says Red Bull should understand Austria’s tire decay issues despite ‘healthy’ championship lead over Ferrari

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Ocon impressed the judges and it was clear he was on par with the Alps from the start, qualifying fifth for the sprint, finishing sixth in points on Saturday and then finishing fifth as the last driver on the first lap on Sunday. Perhaps it’s a performance that could easily be overlooked, given Schumacher took a P6 and Hamilton snatched last place on the podium – but the judges certainly took note of the weekend at Ocon.

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Sainz managed to finish third on the grid at Sprint then He challenged his teammate Leclerc For P2 at the start of Saturday’s 100km dash, the Spaniard eventually lost and slipped off P3. Starting on Sunday, Sainz looked likely to fix Verstappen for P2 later in the race – then his hopes were dashed as Sainz was forced to retire, just as he was lining up a pass for the current champion. A DNF, but the judges acknowledged Sainz’s hard work.

Read more: ‘It’s the story of my season’ – Sainz is frustrated that ‘easy 1-2’ has caught fire at Red Bull Ring


What a roller coaster weekend for Alonso. He qualified eighth for the sprint but an electrical problem made him finally start for the Grand Prix. He was out long on his first assignment, fighting for P7 at the end of the race. But a failed stop that saw the two-time champion have to stop twice during the late safety trip meant Alonso was out on the points 10 laps before. He made four passes at the end to collect the last point in style.

READ MORE: ‘It was one of my best races of the season’ – Alonso laments late double stop that cost Alps ‘fifth and sixth’ in Austria


With several great performances on Sunday, Hamilton finished seventh in the power ratings despite taking the podium in Austria. It’s possible that Friday’s Q3 crash didn’t help the score for the Mercedes driver, nor did the P8 stutter and falter at Sprint, but Hamilton turned the fuse in the Grand Prix and managed to finish well ahead of teammate Russell as well.

Read more: The podium is a ‘little token of my appreciation’ for Mercedes to rebuild the big car, says Hamilton


Magnussen hit the ground with P6 in qualifying, ahead of his teammate, and finished ahead of Schumacher with P7 (and points) at Sprint. But he was just out of the German driver on Sunday and finished eighth behind McLaren’s Lando Norris. It’s still a solid weekend for the Danish driver, especially considering he’s been fighting Engine problem At the Austrian Grand Prix Sunday…


Norris split the Haas drivers into eighth place and was ahead of Daniel Ricciardo throughout the Austrian Grand Prix. The Briton could only qualify for 15th on Friday, however, improving to P11 at Sprint. From there, Norris finished seventh with a productive final task, despite a five-second penalty for breaching track limits.

READ MORE: ‘We could have had a P6’, Norris says, because the time penalty on the track costs him at the Austrian Grand Prix


Fourth-placed Russell is out of the top ten in this week’s strength rankings, which mirror the Austrian weekend. The Mercedes driver dropped to 19th on Sunday after contacting Perez and challenged his five-second subsequent lane penalty. However, he made several passes on the track and recovered to P4 behind Hamilton. Besides Hamilton, Russell also crashed in qualifying, which is probably another reason why his scores are down this week.

READ MORE: Russell describes Perez’s penalty as ‘cruel’ as he bemoans a missed podium opportunity in Austria


Alex Albon was the driver to miss the top ten this week, with the Williams driver finishing 12th – and a score lower than Russell in the power ratings this week.


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