How the standings would look if Red Bull were punished for all the rules they break. Round 1 Australia - 0 points (Illegal holes in floor) Round 2 Malaysia - 0 points (Illegal holes in floor) Round 3 China - 0 points (Illegal holes in floor) Round 4 Bahrain - 0 points (illegal holes in floor) Round 5 Spain - 0 points (illegal holes in floor) Round 6 Monaco (Last race with illegal holes in floor. FIA declared them illegal after Monaco) Round 7 Montreal - 0 points (Driver adjusted ride height between Qualy and Race, deemed illegal by FIA) Round 8 Europe - 12 points Round 9 Great Britain - 40 points Round 10 Germany - 0 (Engine mapping deemed illegal by FIA) Round 11 Hungary - 15 points Round 12 Belgium - 26 points Round 13 Italy 0 (Double retirement, no illegalities) Round 14 Singapore - 25 points Round 15 Japan - 0 (Flexi-wing) Round 16 Korea - 43 Round 17 India - 40 Round 18 Abu Dhabi - 0 (Rubber, flexi, super wing) Constructor Standings Ferrari - 340 McLaren - 318 Lotus - 288 Red Bull - 201 Mercedes - 136 Driver Standings Fenando Alonso - 245 Kimi Raikonnen - 198 Lewis Hamilton - 165 Jenson Button - 153 Sebastian Vettel - 123 Felipe Massa - 95 Nico Rosberg - 93 Romain Grosjean - 90 Mark Webber - 78 Sergio Perez - 66 Kamui Kobayashi - 58 I have amended all the results only in which either the FIA has deemed something illegal, or there is concrete video evidence of illegal components on the car. I can imagine the flexi-wings have also visited Korea and India, but cant prove it, so included the points they won there. I also looked for all technical infringements by the other teams, just to make it fair, and, what do you know, after 2 hours of searching, couldn't find any.