Lance Stroll (P16): 5/10
Another team that's increasingly struggling as the season goes on is Racing Point. Lance Stroll was the slowest man on track in first practice on Thursday, and he was barely faster than the two Williams cars in the remaining practice or qualifying sessions either. The only consolation for the young Canadian is that his team mate Sergio Perez was barely any better all weekend, but that in itself should be ringing some loud alarms back at base. Given that sort of build up, Stroll was probably expecting to spend Sunday battling with the Williams over the wooden spoon; while he lost out on one side of that equation (to George Russell) he actually claimed some unexpected scalps in the form of the two Alfa Romeos, thanks to a strong start in the race and an extended first stint on the medium tyres. After that he flatlined in 16th place and made an enemy of Valtteri Bottas when he held up the Mercedes while being lapped in the final stages of the race. He ended up with a five second penalty for leaving the track and gaining an advantage which rather put the cap on a fairly dismal weekend.