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The top 8 classified drivers score points.

They get:

10 points for 1st

8 points for 2nd

6 points for 3rd

5 points for 4th

4 points for 5th

3 points for 6th

2 points for 7th

1 point for 8th.

All other drivers score 0.

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1st = 25 points

2nd = 18 points

3rd = 15 points

4th = 12 points

5th = 10 points

6th = 8 points

7th = 6 points

8th = 4 points

9th = 2 points

10th = 1 point

11th-24th = 0 Points

The F1 points scoring system in 2010 was as follows:

1st place - 25 points

2nd - 18

3rd - 15

4th - 12

5th - 10

6th - 8

7th - 6

8th - 4

9th - 2

10th - 1

Until 2009 the points scoring system of 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 for racers finishing 1st until 8th place. In 2010 the points system was revisited to improve point scoring ability of the 9th and 10th place finishers and also to increase closer competition among racers for the drivers' championship.

The winner gets 25 points as of the 2009 season.

Generally the second driver will get 8 points, but under the new revised scoring system (in place for 2010) second place will get 20 points.

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25.

Before 2010 it was 10, and before 1990 it was 9.

Points-

1st- 25

2nd- 18

3rd- 15

4th- 12

5th- 10

6th- 8

7th- 6

8th- 4

9th- 2

10th- 1

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