Lewis Hamilton's fifteenth place finish marked the end of a very special run. Indeed, it was the first time since the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix that he had not finished in the points at a GP where he was at the start. Now he will have to hand over the crown of regularity to another Briton.
After every race weekend, we at GPblog give marks to the drivers for their performance that weekend. After six races it is time to take stock. Which driver has performed best so far, and who is failing?
Ferrari has surprised a lot of people with its resurgence over the past two race weekends. Charles Leclerc took pole in Monaco and Azerbaijan. In the race, Ferrari is not yet where it wants to be, but Mattia Binotto can be satisfied.
Charles Leclerc narrowly missed out on the podium last Sunday. The Monegasque failed to pass Pierre Gasly on the final lap in Azerbaijan, but Leclerc was still happy. He saw Sebastian Vettel return to the podium.