Grapevine: Rankings: Retirement Costs Hamilton

Another fine weekend in trying circumstances for George Russell. The Briton outqualified team mate Robert Kubica by a massive 1.182s, and still managed to finish the race ahead of the Pole – as he has done at every race so far this season – despite having taken a five-place grid penalty for his crash in FP3 on Saturday morning (admittedly, not such a tough punishment for a Williams driver at the moment). That had been Russell’s first major mistake of the season so far, which probably accounts for the slight dip in his average post-Spain, down from 37.8 to 37.4.

On the bubble

With no driver having fallen out of or risen into the Power Rankings after Spain, Sebastian Vettel and Daniil Kvyat are the two drivers lurking on the fringes – Vettel being by far the most decorated driver this year still in need of his first Power Rankings appearance, with two podiums to his name (compared to just one for Charles Leclerc).

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