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Formula 1 World Championship standings after Japanese Grand Prix – Racingnews365.com

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An eventful Japanese Grand Prix ended with Max Verstappen as World Champion, but what are the World Championship standings?
In the end, it was only 45 minute race in the Japanese Grand Prix – but this was more than enough for a big dollop of great racing, controversy and confusion.
It ended with Max Verstappen taking the championship after rival Charles Leclerc was penalised five seconds and the FIA clarifying a rules quirk.
As the race was not called off after a red-flag, full points were dished out – which, coupled with the penalty for Leclerc, gave Verstappen the points he needed.
It means P1 is secure in the Drivers’, but how close are Perez and Leclerc for P2 in the standings?
Can Lewis Hamilton after his fifth place finish secure third in the standings?
Below is a full list of the Formula 1 World Championship standings after the Japanese Grand Prix – for both the Drivers’ and Constructors.’
RacingNews365.com F1 journalists Dieter Rencken and Michael Butterworth discuss the key topics from the Singapore Grand Prix, including whether Sergio Perez’s punishment should have been decided during the race rather than after.

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