1) Sergio Perez. Once again, the Mexican leads the ASN Power Rankings. He did a great job the whole weekend and with some luck, he managed to score his second F1 victory.
2) Sebastian Vettel. The German driver scored the first podium for Aston Martin after a tough season start, and after Monaco and Baku, he seems to have found the right confidence with the car.
3) Max Verstappen. He did not make a single mistake on Sunday, but an unlucky tire failure forced him to lose the lead of the GP. Luckily for him, he still is in P1 in the championship.
4) Pierre Gasly. The Frenchman scored his third F1 podium. He fought until the end against Charles Leclerc, bringing home some good points for AlphaTauri.
5) Charles Leclerc. The Ferrari driver grabbed the second pole position in a row, but during the race, he struggled a bit with the pace. The podium was not too far away. Overall it was a good weekend for him.
6) Lando Norris. In a difficult weekend for McLaren, the Briton delivered the best result possible finishing in P5, his fifth top-five finish in six races.
7) Fernando Alonso. The Spaniard was ready to lose everything to score some big points for Alpine. He recovered well in the race and came home in sixth, showing why he is a two-time world champion.
8) Lewis Hamilton. On a weekend where Mercedes struggled, he managed to extract the maximum out of the car. However, a costly mistake prevented him to overtake Verstappen in the drivers’ standings.
9) Carlos Sainz. The Spaniard managed to score points even after a mistake after the pitstop, but it was not his best weekend since he joined Ferrari.
10) Yuki Tsunoda. After moving to Italy at the AlphaTauri factory, Tsunoda seems to have found better confidence with the car. That was shown by a good qualifying run on Saturday and a decent race on Sunday, where he finished P7.
11) Kimi Raikkonen. The Finnish driver scored his first point for Alfa Romeo this season. Overall, it was a decent weekend for him as well.
12) Antonio Giovinazzi. The Italian finished just outside the top ten. However, it was not too far from his teammate. Another good performance from him, but not enough to score points.
13) Daniel Ricciardo. Even though he was not as fast as his teammate, the Aussie scored two points for McLaren that are very important in the fight against Ferrari.
14) Lance Stroll. The Canadian was on a good strategy with different tires, but a tire failure prevented him to finish the race; he was unlucky in Baku.
15) Mick Schumacher. The German driver had a better weekend than the one in Monaco, and he stole P13 from his teammate in the end, a positive weekend for him.
16) Esteban Ocon. During the Baku weekend, he did not shine, and a problem with his car forced him to retire during the first stages of the Grand Prix.
17) George Russell. No points for him in Baku either, with the two laps remaining after the red flag he might have had some chances, but an issue to his Williams forced him to stop.
18) Valtteri Bottas. He struggled the whole weekend, and he could not understand why he was losing so much time. Even in the race, he could not gain any positions. A weekend to forget for him.
19) Nikita Mazepin. He finished right behind his teammate and drove a decent race, that is what he needs to do to improve. Overall, a good weekend for the Russian.
20) Nicholas Latifi. It was not an easy weekend for him, and he still struggles against his teammate.