1) Charles Leclerc. The Ferrari driver was about to make a miracle in Britain. He was competitive the whole weekend and thanks to the chaos that happened on the first lap, he was about to win the race.

Charles Leclerc in Silverstone. Credits: Scuderia Ferrari on Twitter.

2) Lewis Hamilton. The Briton did an amazing job on Friday but lost the pole position during the Sprint Race. However, after the collision with Max, he managed to recover up to P1 even with a ten-second penalty.

2021 British Grand Prix, Friday – Steve Etherington

3) Lando Norris. It was another extraordinary weekend for the McLaren driver who currently sits in P3 in the standings. He thought he could have a shot to score another podium but a slow pit stop made his dreams fade away, but still, a great performance.

Lando Norris in the pits at Silverstone. Credits: McLaren on Twitter.

4) Carlos Sainz. He was a bit unfortunate on Sunday. He was recovering many positions but a very slow pit stop put him back to square one. Despite that, he showed a great pace and finished in P6.

Carlos Sainz in Silverstone. Credits: Scuderia Ferrari Twitter.

5) Valtteri Bottas. The Mercedes driver did not win, but he surely helped the team and Lewis to do so. Both Mercedes and Lewis praised him for that, and overall it was a positive weekend for him.

2021 British Grand Prix, Friday – LAT Images. Credits: Daimler.

6) Daniel Ricciardo. The Aussie driver finally managed to finish in the top five, and he was not that far off from his teammate’s pace. A positive weekend for him ahead of the Hungarian GP.

Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris in Silverstone. Credits: McLaren on Twitter.

7) Fernando Alonso. It seems like it is the young Fernando who is driving the car. He did a mega job during the Sprint Qualifying and he did great on Sunday too, continuing his positive streak of scoring points.

Fernando Alonso in Silverstone. Credits: Alpine on Twitter.

8) Max Verstappen. He was doing everything very well as always. He managed to steal the lead from Lewis in the Sprint Qualifying, but a collision with the latter on Sunday ruined his weekend. The championship battle is now very close.

NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND – JULY 16: Max Verstappen of the Netherlands driving the (33) Red Bull Racing RB16B Honda stops in the Pitlane during practice ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of Great Britain at Silverstone on July 16, 2021 in Northampton, England. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202107160366 // Usage for editorial use only //

9) Yuki Tsunoda. He was the only Honda-powered driver to finish inside the top ten. He did not shine on Saturday but with the right strategy, he managed to recover as many positions as possible and concluded in P10.

NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND – JULY 18: Yuki Tsunoda of Japan driving the (22) Scuderia AlphaTauri AT02 Honda during the F1 Grand Prix of Great Britain at Silverstone on July 18, 2021 in Northampton, England. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202107180299 // Usage for editorial use only //

10) Lance Stroll. It was another solid performance for the Canadian driver, who managed to bring Aston Martin in the points once again.

Lance Stroll in Silverstone. Credits: Aston Martin on Twitter.
PositionDriverTeam
11George RussellWilliams
12Pierre GaslyAlphaTauri
13Esteban OconAlpine
14Sergio PerezRed Bull
15Antonio GiovinazziAlfa Romeo
16Kimi RaikkonenAlfa Romeo
17Sebastian VettelAston Martin
18Nicholas LatifiWilliams
19Mick SchumacherHaas
20Nikita MazepinHaas

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