To become a Formula 1 driver, you need to obtain a Super License to prove that you are qualified to drive the fastest racing cars on the planet. And just like the regular driver’s licenses that you and I hold, these can result in points for bad behavior.
In Formula 1, drivers are awarded penalty points for behaviors such as crashing, swerving and disobeying the flags waved by the field marshals. If a driver scores 12 points in any 12-month period, they will be barred from competing for a race to give them time to think about what they did.
So far, only five drivers have not had any points on their Super License, and those are Sergio Perez, Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz Jr., Lewis Hamilton and Mick Schumacher. But out of the 15 riders with points, what do they get them all for?
Well, we’ve rounded up all the points currently on the Super License in F1. And, to keep you up to date, we’ll update this list as more listings become available.