Max Verstappen. Almost a perfect weekend for him, the only mistake was the one at the start, but apart from it, he is proving to be a complete driver who can win the title.

LE CASTELLET, FRANCE – JUNE 17: Max Verstappen of Netherlands and Red Bull Racing talks in the Drivers Press Conference during previews ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of France at Circuit Paul Ricard on June 17, 2021 in Le Castellet, France. (Photo by Antonin Vincent – Pool/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202106170570 // Usage for editorial use only //

Sergio Perez. Despite finishing behind his teammate, the Mexican drove an amazing race and managed to overtake Bottas towards the end, helping Red Bull in the constructor fight.

LE CASTELLET, FRANCE – JUNE 18: Sergio Perez of Mexico driving the (11) Red Bull Racing RB16B Honda on track during practice ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of France at Circuit Paul Ricard on June 18, 2021 in Le Castellet, France. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202106180541 // Usage for editorial use only //

Lando Norris. He scored his sixth top-five finish in seven races, there is not much to say about him, he is driving an amazing season and he deserves to be at McLaren.

Lando Norris in France. Credits: McLaren Twitter.

Lewis Hamilton. It seemed that after finding the pace in qualifying he could beat Max, but a wrong strategy prevented him to take the win in France, it will not be easy for him to beat the Dutchman.

2021 French Grand Prix, Thursday – Jiri Krenek

Daniel Ricciardo. Overall a positive weekend for the Aussie driver, his pace was very similar to Norris’. He is on the right path to match his teammate’s performance.

Daniel Ricciardo in France. Credits: McLaren Twitter.

Pierre Gasly. Another fantastic weekend for him and AlphaTauri, he had a solid pace both in qualifying and race.

LE CASTELLET, FRANCE – JUNE 20: Pierre Gasly of France driving the (10) Scuderia AlphaTauri AT02 Honda on track during the F1 Grand Prix of France at Circuit Paul Ricard on June 20, 2021 in Le Castellet, France. (Photo by Rudy Carezzevoli/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202106200904 // Usage for editorial use only //

George Russell. It was probably the best weekend for him since he joined Williams. P12 without any retirement in front of him.

George Russell (GBR) Williams Racing on the drivers parade. French Grand Prix, Sunday 20th June 2021. Paul Ricard, France.

Lance Stroll. After a big shunt at Baku, the Canadian went back to score points for Aston Martin, finishing right inside the top ten, a good result for the team.

Lance Stroll in France. Credits: Aston Martin on Twitter.

Sebastian Vettel. Another solid weekend for the German driver, a good strategy, and a great drive allowed him to score points once again.

Fernando Alonso. He is proving to be a real champion, the way he drove in France was incredible, and he brought important points to Alpine.

Valtteri Bottas. Many people blamed him, but Mercedes did not help him with the strategy, compromising his race. He is having a difficult season this year.

2021 French Grand Prix, Friday – Steve Etherington

Yuki Tsunoda. After the good race in Baku, a negative weekend in France for the Japanese driver. He is doing too many mistakes, especially in qualifying.

LE CASTELLET, FRANCE – JUNE 20: Yuki Tsunoda of Japan driving the (22) Scuderia AlphaTauri AT02 Honda on track during the F1 Grand Prix of France at Circuit Paul Ricard on June 20, 2021 in Le Castellet, France. (Photo by Rudy Carezzevoli/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202106200409 // Usage for editorial use only //

Esteban Ocon. After signing a new deal with the team, Ocon could not deliver the performance he wanted at his home race, not the best weekend for him.

Carlos Sainz. He was faster than his teammate throughout the whole weekend, but for him as well, the race was something to forget quickly.

Carlos Sainz in France. Credits: Ferrari Twitter.

Kimi Raikkonen. A difficult weekend for him too. The car is not performing the way he wants to.

Charles Leclerc. He struggled the whole weekend, and the race for him was a nightmare. A weekend to forget for him.

Charles Leclerc in France. Credits: Scuderia Ferrari Twitter.

Antonio Giovinazzi. Not the best weekend for him and the team. Only P15 in the race.

Antonio Giovinazzi and Kimi Raikkonen during the French GP. Credits: Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN.

Mick Schumacher. He put his Haas in P15 in qualifying, reaching Q2. However, he hit the wall and could not take part in the second part of qualifying. He is showing his talent, but he should also make fewer mistakes.

CIRCUIT PAUL RICARD, FRANCE – JUNE 20: Mick Schumacher, Haas VF-21 during the French GP at Circuit Paul Ricard on Sunday June 20, 2021 in Le Castellet, France. (Photo by Charles Coates / LAT Images)

Nicholas Latifi. Once again, anonymous weekend for the Canadian who only managed to outscore the two Haas drivers.

Nicholas Latifi (CDN) Williams Racing FW43B. French Grand Prix, Sunday 20th June 2021. Paul Ricard, France.

Nikita Mazepin. A weekend which was very similar to the previous ones, a bit anonymous. However, the Russian driver is making fewer mistakes than the beginning, showing he is improving in his journey in F1.

CIRCUIT PAUL RICARD, FRANCE – JUNE 20: Nikita Mazepin, Haas VF-21 during the French GP at Circuit Paul Ricard on Sunday June 20, 2021 in Le Castellet, France. (Photo by Drew Gibson / LAT Images)

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