F1 constructor standings 2020 – points table and results

Find out the latest constructor standings in the delayed 2020 Formula 1 season.

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The fresh Formula 1 season is taking shape with four races under its belt so far in the F1 2020 calendar.

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Mercedes have engineered a masterpiece for the current season, with a car that has proven its worth as the fastest on the grid by a considerable margin.

The constructor standings are already painting a picture of things to come, with the German team inevitably dominating at the top following four consecutive wins in the opening weeks.

Ferrari are woefully off the pace, with Sebastian Vettel in particular having a rough time in 2020, though Max Verstappen has kept Red Bull competitive near the top after consecutive second-place finishes.

McLaren appear to be far more competitive in 2020 with an intriguing midfield battling bubbling away between them, Racing Point and a little further behind, Renault.

While the constructor championship appears to be only heading in one direction, the midfield battle promises to keep us enthralled all season.

Mercedes topped the constructor standings by a considerable margin last year finishing well over 200 points ahead of their nearest challengers Ferrari – and with Hamilton and Bottas flaunting their dominance once again, the German manufacturers will be heavy favourites to retain their crown.

Check out the full constructor standings after the latest Grand Prix.

F1 constructor standings

  1. Mercedes – 146 points
  2. Red Bull – 78 points
  3. McLaren – 51 points
  4. Ferrari– 43 points
  5. Racing Point – 42 points
  6. Renault – 32 points
  7. Alphatauri – 13 points
  8. Alfa Romeo – 2 points
  9. Haas – 1 point
  10. Williams – 0 points

Formula 1 results 2020

Austrian Grand Prix

The Austrian Grand Prix was won by Finnish racing driver Valtteri Bottas, who scooped first place driving for Mercedes.

In second place was Charles Leclerc, driving for Ferrari, while Lando Norris completed the podium after capitalising on a five-second penalty for Lewis Hamilton.

Styrian Grand Prix

Oh, Ferrari. Charles Leclerc’s eagerness to gain positions in the opening lap cost the Italians dearly as he slammed into the side of Sebastian Vettel.

The German veteran was ruled out of the race immediately while Leclerc limped through three laps before being retired. Lewis Hamilton cruised through a clean race, Valtteri Bottas claimed second while Max Verstappen came in third despite a spirited performance from Red Bull.

Hungarian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton ran the show from start to finish, nobody could touch him or the outrageous technological marvel Mercedes have designed to sit beneath him.

The car is untouchable, in the right hands, though Max Verstappen produced an epic display in the Red Bull to fend off Valtteri Bottas in the final laps.

British Grand Prix

As far as races go, the British Grand Prix was not a classic. Two smashes in the early stages saw most of the opening third of the race backed up behind the safety car.

Lewis Hamilton triumphed yet again after leading from the front, but a puncture and complete tyre blowout on the last lap for both Mercedes drivers saw Max Verstappen launch an outrageous effort to capitalise.

Unfortunately, Red Bull’s decision to pit with a lap to spare to establish their second spot meant the gap was too wide for the Dutch star to bridge in the final turns.

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RadioTimes.com has also rounded up the F1 driver standings 2020 so you can keep track of all the latest movers and shakers in the sport.

For the full list of races, visit our F1 2020 calendar. If you’re looking for what else is on, check out our TV guide.