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2016 F1 Final Championship Standings Drivers and Teams

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2016 F1 Final Championship Standings Drivers and Teams

2016 F1 Final Championship Standings Drivers and Teams

Nico Rosberg crowned 2016 Formula One champion as Lewis Hamilton wins final round Abu Dhabi Grand Prix thriller. The German finishes second and becomes the 33rd World Champion.

Red Bull Racing have secured second in the Constructors’ Championship behind Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team. Force India clinched a historic fourth position overall, their best ever, in the Formula One Championships.

2016 F1 Championship Drivers’ Standings

PosDriverTeamPoints
01Nico RosbergMercedes385
02Lewis HamiltonMercedes380
03Daniel RicciardoRed Bull256
04Sebastian VettelFerrari212
05Max VerstappenRed Bull204
06Kimi RaikkonenFerrari186
07Sergio PerezForce India101
08Valtteri BottasWilliams85
09Nico HulkenbergForce India72
10Fernando AlonsoMcLaren54
11Felipe MassaWilliams53
12Carlos SainzToro Rosso46
13Romain GrosjeanHaas29
14Daniil KvyatToro Rosso25
15Jenson ButtonMcLaren21
16Kevin MagnussenRenault7
17Felipe NasrSauber2
18Jolyon PalmierRenault1
19Pascal WehrleinManor1
20Stoffel VandoorneMcLaren1
21Esteban GutierrezHaas0
22Marcus EricssonSauber0
23Rio HaryantoManor0

2016 F1 Championship Teams’ Standings

PosTeamPoints
01Mercedes765
02Red Bull468
03Ferrari398
04Force India173
05Williams138
06McLaren76
07Toro Rosso63
08Haas F129
09Renault8
10Sauber2
11Manor1

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