TL;DR news on F1 standings at June 14, 2023

Like Schumacher, Hamilton is far behind the two young drivers at the top of the standings. Valtteri Bottas, however, drove an impressive race to secure sixth, bringing in significant championship points for Alfa Romeo, which remains fifth in the standings. The French constructor stands sixth and AlphaTauri is currently seventh in the standings. Asked if there was any indication of what had gone wrong, Binotto told Sky Sports F1: "No, not yet. "This year we see that the driver is very important in F1 but not crucial. "To have more than 100 pole positions in F1 is something unthinkable. After just five races, Hamilton is a lowly sixth in the standings, 68 points behind the leader in Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.