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Formula 1 2017

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Mercedes (Hamilton, Bottas)54010213131
Ferrari (Vettel, Raikkonen)3954142627
Red Bull Racing (Ricciardo, Verstappen)3032122222
Force India (Perez, Ocon)147002831
Williams (Stroll, Massa)66011625
Toro Rosso (Kvyat, Sainz Jr.)52001122
Haas (Grosjean, Magnussen)43001225
Renault (Hulkenberg, Palmer)4200723
McLaren Honda (Vandoorne, Alonso)2300519
Sauber (Ericsson, Wehrlein)500224
driverpts16151413121110987654321
Hamilton3061211141451714212
Vettel247 4 3217244122121
Bottas23445325321224 1363
Ricciardo19233243 531333 54 
Raikkonen1485  542351472 3454
Verstappen11121 10 54   5 5 35
Perez82765917897 51346797
Ocon656101069988661257101010
Sainz Jr.48  414107  8 6710 78
Massa341091188 109  91396146
Hulkenberg34 16 13617613 8 6891211
Stroll32 8871114161039141611   
Grosjean289139157 1361310810 811 
Magnussen15812 11161112 712101413 8 
Vandoorne131477 141011121214  14  13
Alonso101111 17 6  916 12 14  
Palmer812156 1313 11 111115 1313 
Wehrlein515171216 1517141015 81611  
Kvyat4   1212121516  1591212 9
Gasly 01314              
Ericsson0 18 18151614151113 1115 15 
Button 0                
Di Resta0                
Giovinazzi0               12
driver1716151413121110987654321
Hamilton111511413111414211
Vettel232018213242221322
Bottas32566334123333133
Ricciardo44433662051065654510
Raikkonen56247422434142544
Verstappen653225556554576195
Ocon7761459128979161010142014
Sainz Jr.8151410151410141012136121116118
Alonso9101081311813121612 715151313
Perez10891211814786878918811
Massa1191117916 1517971596867
Kvyat12  13141713121411111120131199
Vandoorne131179101599131916101917171618
Grosjean141616152012151071714814209176
Hulkenberg15128712776111410121387712
Ericsson1619192018192019191819201619191415
Stroll17181318418171618817181812121019
Hartley18                
Wehrlein 192018191920181820152019151813  
Magnussen2013171616131617151318131114201217
Button            9     
Di Resta       19          
Gasly  1715              
Giovinazzi               1516
Palmer 14121117101111162015171716101820

News

22.10.17
Hamilton on pole for US GP

Lewis Hamilton stormed to pole position for the United States Grand Prix, ahead of title rival Sebastian Vettel. Valtteri Bottas had to settle for third in the other Mercedes. Daniel Ricciardo and Kimi Raikkonen posted identical lap times, but as Ricciardo's came first, he will start from fourth position.

McLaren 20.10.17
Alonso confirmed at McLaren for 2018

Fernando Alonso will continue to race for McLaren in Formula 1 next year, the parties confirmed on Thursday, ahead of the United States Grand Prix, bringing speculation over his future to an end. Alonso rejoined McLaren on a three-year deal in 2015, for the start of the outfit's latest partnership with power unit supplier Honda, which returned to the sport after an absence. However, ambitions to rekindle the title-winning partnership went unfulfilled. McLaren announced last month that it would split from Honda and align itself with Renault for 2018, but Alonso explained that he was still weighing up his options.

8.10.17
Hamilton wins at Suzuka, Vettel retires

Lewis Hamilton moved within reach of a fourth Formula One world championship on Sunday after winning a Japanese Grand Prix that saw Ferrari title rival Sebastian Vettel retire with engine problems. The Mercedes driver crossed the line 1.2 seconds ahead of Red Bull's Max Verstappen, after picking up vibrations on his tyres in the dying stages of an otherwise trouble-free race. Verstappen's team-mate Daniel Ricciardo finished third.

7.10.17
Hamilton takes pole in Japan

Lewis Hamilton stormed to pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix, his first at Suzuka, while title rival Sebastian Vettel will start second after Valtteri Bottas' gearbox penalty. Daniel Ricciardo pipped Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen to what will become third, with Kimi Raikkonen back in sixth, and another to take a gearbox drop. Bottas and Raikkonen made it through to Q3 on the Soft compound, meaning they will start the race on an alternative strategy to the frontrunners.

1.10.17
Verstappen wins Malaysian Grand Prix

Max Verstappen celebrated his birthday by winning the Malaysian Grand Prix, while Lewis Hamilton finished second to extend his championship lead. Sebastian Vettel started the race from last but drove brilliantly to take fourth place behind Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and limit the damage to his own title hopes. Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen did not even start, despite qualifying second. Moments before the race, mechanics wheeled Raikkonen's car back to the garage but could not get it ready.

30.9.17
Hamilton on pole, Vettel last at Malaysian GP

World championship leader Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position for Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix with title rival Sebastian Vettel at the back of the grid. Hamilton had been off the pace all weekend in practice but his Mercedes team turned it around in qualifying Saturday to head Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen and the Red Bull of Max Verstappen.

Vettel's world championship hopes suffered a huge blow when his Ferrari failed to set a time in the first qualifying session, meaning he will start last. Vettel, 28 points behind Hamilton in the title race, lost drive on his first flying lap. "It feels like I have no turbo," he said over team radio.

US Grand Prix 2017

Circuit of the Americas, Austin
20.10 - 22.10.2017

2016: Hamilton won, Hamilton was on pole

1HamiltonMercedes01:36.335
2VettelFerrari01:36.928
3BottasMercedes01:36.979
4VerstappenRed Bull01:37.339
5VandoorneMcLaren01:37.352
6MassaWilliams01:37.570
7RaikkonenFerrari01:37.598
8OconForce India01:37.808
9PerezForce India01:37.861
10Sainz Jr.Renault01:38.093
11MagnussenHaas01:38.408
12StrollWilliams01:38.534
13HulkenbergRenault01:38.904
14HartleyToro Rosso01:39.267
15GrosjeanHaas01:39.336
16RicciardoRed Bull01:39.366
17GelaelToro Rosso01:40.406
18EricssonSauber01:40.448
19LeclercFerrari01:40.828
20AlonsoMcLaren-
1HamiltonMercedes01:34.668
2VerstappenRed Bull01:35.065
3VettelFerrari01:35.192
4BottasMercedes01:35.279
5RicciardoRed Bull01:35.463
6RaikkonenFerrari01:35.514
7AlonsoMcLaren01:36.304
8MassaWilliams01:36.460
9PerezForce India01:36.481
10OconForce India01:36.490
11Sainz Jr.Renault01:36.529
12HulkenbergRenault01:36.534
13KvyatToro Rosso01:36.761
14MagnussenHaas01:37.285
15VandoorneMcLaren01:37.463
16StrollWilliams01:37.788
17HartleyToro Rosso01:37.987
18WehrleinSauber01:38.165
19EricssonSauber01:38.262
20GrosjeanHaas01:38.387
1HamiltonMercedes01:34.478
2VettelFerrari01:34.570
3BottasMercedes01:34.692
4RaikkonenFerrari01:34.755
5VerstappenRed Bull01:35.103
6MassaWilliams01:35.346
7HulkenbergRenault01:35.608
8Sainz Jr.Renault01:35.650
9RicciardoRed Bull01:35.723
10PerezForce India01:35.802
11OconForce India01:35.965
12StrollWilliams01:36.118
13AlonsoMcLaren01:36.239
14VandoorneMcLaren01:36.599
15HartleyToro Rosso01:36.818
16MagnussenHaas01:37.271
17EricssonSauber01:37.319
18WehrleinSauber01:37.807
19GrosjeanHaas01:37.891
20KvyatToro Rosso01:38.500
1HamiltonMercedes01:33.108
2VettelFerrari01:33.347
3BottasMercedes01:33.568
4RicciardoRed Bull01:33.577
5RaikkonenFerrari01:33.577
6VerstappenRed Bull01:33.658
7OconForce India01:34.647
8Sainz Jr.Renault01:34.852
9AlonsoMcLaren01:35.007
10PerezForce India01:35.148
11MassaWilliams01:35.155
12KvyatToro Rosso01:35.529
13VandoorneMcLaren01:35.641
14GrosjeanHaas01:35.870
15HulkenbergRenault01:35.740
16EricssonSauber01:36.842
17StrollWilliams01:36.868
18HartleyToro Rosso01:36.889
19WehrleinSauber01:37.179
20MagnussenHaas01:37.394

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