Perez was marooned with a pit-lane start after missing a call to the weighbridge in Friday practice, but still secured a point to move Racing Point up to sixth in the constructors' championship, getting bumped back into the top 10 as a result of Kvyat's penalty.
Nico Hulkenberg (Qual: 11th - Race: 9th) 6/10
Eventually got the better of Raikkonen after pitting late on for soft tyres and the switch paid off as Hulkenberg made further progress through the one-stoppers to bank a couple of points, although the week ahead could well see confirmation of his departure from F1 in 2020.
Norris just ran out of time to take sixth from Daniel Ricciardo, passing the chequered flag four tenths of a second behind the Renault. Having qualified behind team-mate Sainz for the fifth grand prix in a row, Norris turned the tables in the race thanks to a spectacular start which saw his team-mate, a Red Bull and a Ferrari gobbled up.
Daniel Ricciardo (Qual: 9th - Race: 6th) 7/10
Although overtakes are Ricciardo's signature move, extracting tyre life is fast becoming his calling card in the Renault and another nicely judged one-stopper saw the Australian clamber into a 'best of the rest' berth.
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