Drivers' and constructors' standings after Hungarian GP

Mercedes team gains only 12 points after a wild race at Hungaroroing. Both McLaren drivers earned points today.

Drivers' and constructors' standings after Hungarian GP
Drivers Championship
  Driver 
01 L. Hamilton 25 18 25 25 18 15 25 18 25 8                   202
02 N. Rosberg 18 15 18 15 25 25 18 25 18 4                   181
03 S. Vettel 15 25 15 10 15 18 10 12 15 25                   160
04 V. Bottas -- 10 8 12 12 -- 15 10 10                   77
05 K. Raikkonen -- 12 12 18 10 8 12 -- 4                   76
06 F. Massa 12 8 10 1 8 -- 8 15 12                   74
07 D. Ricciardo 8 1 2 8 6 10 -- 1 -- 15                   51
08 D. Kvyat -- 2 -- 2 1 12 2 -- 8 18                   45
09 N. Hulkenberg 6 -- -- -- -- -- 4 8 6                   24
10 R. Grosjean -- -- 6 6 4 -- 1 -- -- 6                   23
11 M. Verstappen -- 6 -- -- -- -- -- 4 -- 12                   22
12 F. Nasr 10 -- 4 -- -- 2 -- -- --                   16
13 S. Perez 1 -- -- 4 -- 6 -- 2 2                   15
14 P. Maldonado -- -- -- -- -- -- 6 6 --                   12
15 F. Alonso -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 10                   11
16 C. Sainz 2 4 -- -- 2 1 -- -- --                   9
17 J. Button -- -- -- -- -- 4 -- -- -- 2                   6
18 M. Ericsson 4 0 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 1                   6
19 R. Merhi -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --                   0
20 W. Stevens -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --                   0
21 K. Magnussen -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --                   0
Constructors championship
 Team 
01 Mercedes 43 33 43 40 43 40 43 43 43 12                   383
02 Ferrari 15 37 27 28 25 26 22 12 19 25                   236
03 Williams 12 18 18 13 20 -- 23 25 22                   151
04 Red Bull 8 3 2 10 7 22 2 1 8 33                   96
05 Force India 7 -- -- 4 -- 6 4 10 8                   39
06 Lotus -- -- 6 6 4 -- 7 6 -- 6                   35
07 Toro Rosso 2 10 -- -- 2 1 -- 4 -- 12                   31
08 Sauber 14 -- 5 -- -- 2 -- -- -- 1                   22
09 McLaren -- -- -- -- -- 4 -- -- 1 12                   17
10 Manor -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --                   0

 

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