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Japanese GP: 2018 F1 Driver and Team Standings

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Defending world champion Lewis Hamilton won the Japanese Grand Prix to stand on the edge of a fifth F1 title. Hamilton now has a 67-point lead over nearest title rival Sebastian Vettel with four races remaining and can sew up the championship next week with victory in Austin should the German finish lower than second.

Hamilton will elaborate his chances of doing just that given his record at the U.S. Grand Prix, where he has won every race but one since 2012.

Japanese GP – 2018 F1 Driver Standings

PosDriverTeamTotal Points
1Lewis HamiltonMercedes331
2Sebastian VettelFerrari264
3Valtteri BottasMercedes207
4Kimi RaikkonenFerrari196
5Max VerstappenRed Bull173
6Daniel RicciardoRed Bull146
7Sergio PerezForce India53
8Kevin MagnussenHaas53
9Nico HulkenbergRenault53
10Fernando AlonsoMcLaren50
11Esteban OconForce India49
12Carlos SainzRenault39
13Romain GrosjeanHaas31
14Pierre GaslyToro Rosso28
15Charles Leclerc Sauber21
16Stoffel VandoorneMcLaren8
17Lance StrollWilliams6
18Marcus EricssonSauber6
19Brendon HartleyToro Rosso2
20Sergey Sirotkin Williams1

Japanese GP – 2018 F1 Team Standings

PosTeamTotal Points
01Mercedes538
02Ferrari460
03Red Bull319
04Renault92
05Haas F184
06McLaren58
07Racing Point Force India43
08Toro Rosso30
09Sauber27
10Williams7

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