The British grand prix was almost immediately red flagged when Alex Albon, George Russell and Zhou Guanyu's races were cut short, the latter skimming upside-down over the tyre barrier. We can only imagine Tom Cruise watching from the VIP area getting ideas for his next blockbuster stunt. The unfortunate trio all share earliest exit Track Points and the accolade of biggest losers in Silverstone.
Our raceday special Track Points pivot every two months. In May and June, the points went to the car with the longest pitstop. For July and August, they're awarded to the car that finishes the most number of places behind a teammate. Step forward, Daniel Ricciardo and McLaren.
For the constructors, Alfa Romeo had a double retirement and score by far their highest Track Points of the season. Zhou had that dramatic off at the start, while Bottas's gearbox let go later in the race. They weren't the highest-scoring constructor, though. Williams take that honour thanks to some beige flag-worthy news we've only just discovered. No loserdom remains hidden here at the F1 Losers League.
Read on for all the Track Points in Britain.