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Formula 1 2018

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Ferrari (Vettel, Raikkonen)862455
Mercedes (Hamilton, Bottas)850466
Red Bull Racing (Ricciardo, Verstappen)551144
McLaren (Vandoorne, Alonso)260056
Renault (Hulkenberg, Sainz)250056
Toro Rosso (Gasly, Hartley)120014
Haas (Grosjean, Magnussen)110024
Sauber (Ericsson, Leclerc)20015
Force India (Perez, Ocon)10016
Williams (Stroll, Sirotkin)00005
driverpts321
Vettel56811
Hamilton45432
Bottas40228
Ricciardo3714
Raikkonen3033
Hulkenberg22667
Alonso20775
Verstappen1856
Gasly12184
Magnussen11105
Vandoorne61389
Sainz391110
Ericsson2169
Ocon1111012
Perez0121211
Stroll0141614
Sirotkin01517
Grosjean01715
Leclerc0191413
Hartley01315
driver321
Vettel113
Raikkonen222
Bottas3310
Hamilton441
Verstappen5154
Ricciardo655
Hulkenberg788
Perez81213
Sainz9109
Grosjean10167
Magnussen1176
Ocon12915
Alonso131311
Vandoorne141412
Hartley151116
Sirotkin161819
Gasly17620
Stroll182014
Leclerc191918
Ericsson201717

News

15.4.18
Ricciardo clinches brilliant victory in Shanghai

Daniel Ricciardo has pulled off a brilliant drive to win the Chinese Grand Prix after starting the race from sixth on the grid. The Australian benefitted from quick thinking from the Red Bull team, which pitted both its drivers at opportune moments in order to wrestle control of the race from Ferrari and Mercedes.

Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas finished second and Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen third but the driver of the day was without a doubt Ricciardo, whose daring passing moves had the commentators gasping in disbelief. It was Ricciardo's sixth win in Formula 1, with every one of those wins coming from outside a top three grid position, cementing his status as one of the most exciting drivers to watch in the sport.

14.4.18
Vettel takes pole in China

Sebastian Vettel beat teammate Kimi Raikkonen to pole position by just 0.087s as Ferrari put in a dominant qualifying performance at the Chinese Grand Prix. Mercedes had no answer to Ferrari's Q3 pace as Raikkonen and then Vettel lit up the timing screens with fastest sectors. Valtteri Bottas was 0.53s off Vettel's pole time and beat Lewis Hamilton to third place by 0.05s.

Red Bull did not have the pace to clear Q2 on the slower soft compound and will therefore start the race on the faster but less durable hyper-soft. Max Verstappen will line up fifth place ahead of Daniel Ricciardo in sixth, who only just made it out on track in Q1 after a turbo failure in final practice resulted in a swift engine change ahead of the start of the session.

8.4.18
Vettel holds off Bottas to win in Bahrain

Sebastian Vettel has claimed his second successive win after holding off Valtteri Bottas in a thrilling race at the Bahrain Grand Prix. Fresh from victory at the Australian GP a fortnight ago, the Ferrari driver triumphed at Sakhir, while Mercedes duo Bottas and Lewis Hamilton claimed second and third respectively.

Kimi Raikkonen retired from the race after a botched pit stop in which one of his team's mechanics was injured, requiring hospital treatment. Red Bull endured a disastrous evening as Daniel Ricciardo's car suffered a loss of power on the opening lap while Max Verstappen's RB14 was severely damaged after a collision with Hamilton's Mercedes.

7.4.18
Vettel heads Ferrari 1-2 in Bahrain qualifying

Sebastian Vettel put Ferrari on pole position for Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix with team mate Kimi Raikkonen alongside on the front row. Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton qualified fourth for Mercedes, one behind team mate Valtteri Bottas, but has a five place grid penalty due to an unscheduled gearbox change. Australia's Daniel Ricciardo's Red Bull will start the race fourth on the grid.

Toro Rosso's driver Pierre Gasly will line up fifth after stunning performance for his Honda-powered team. Red Bull's Max Verstappen was the big absentee from the top 10, the 20-year-old Dutch driver spinning off and into the barriers in the first phase of qualifying, leaving him 15th on the starting grid.

25.3.18
Vettel takes season-opener

Sebastian Vettel won a thrilling duel with world champion Lewis Hamilton to steal the season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne on Sunday. The four-time world champion got the jump on the Mercedes ace off a miscalculation on the pit stop under Virtual Safety Car conditions and held off Hamilton for his second straight win in Melbourne and third overall. Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen resisted a challenge from Australian Red Bull racer Daniel Ricciardo to take third and join Vettel on the podium.

24.3.18
Hamilton seizes pole in Melbourne

Mercedes world champion Lewis Hamilton produced a sizzling final lap to grab pole position for the season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne on Saturday. The Ferrari duo Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel finished second and third with Red Bull's Max Verstappen in fourth.

Hamilton's blistering pace shows he will be the one to beat and helped offset a spectacular crash of his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas early in the final shootout. Bottas' crash brought out the red flag to halt Q1 after he ran wide on turn two and slammed into the wall, dislodging a wheel in the collision. He was uninjured and was taken back to the pits in the course car.

Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2018

Baku City Circuit, Baku
27.4 - 29.4.2018

2017: Ricciardo won, Hamilton was on pole

Chinese Grand Prix 2018

Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai
13.4 - 15.4.2018

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2RaikkonenFerrari+0.359
3BottasMercedes+0.458
4RicciardoRed Bull+0.538
5VerstappenRed Bull+0.669
6VettelFerrari+0.862
7MagnussenHaas+1.179
8SainzRenault+1.617
9GrosjeanHaas+1.719
10HulkenbergRenault+1.801
11GaslyToro Rosso+2.038
12AlonsoMcLaren+2.045
13PerezForce India+2.052
14OconForce India+2.352
15SirotkinWilliams+2.692
16HartleyToro Rosso+2.716
17LeclercSauber+2.724
18VandoorneMcLaren+2.757
19EricssonSauber+2.910
20StrollWilliams+3.278
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2RaikkonenFerrari+0.007
3BottasMercedes+0.033
4VettelFerrari+0.108
5VerstappenRed Bull+0.341
6HulkenbergRenault+0.831
7MagnussenHaas+0.976
8SainzRenault+0.991
9RicciardoRed Bull+1.075
10AlonsoMcLaren+1.150
11PerezForce India+1.310
12GaslyToro Rosso+1.367
13OconForce India+1.392
14VandoorneMcLaren+1.681
15HartleyToro Rosso+1.851
16SirotkinWilliams+1.858
17EricssonSauber+2.142
18LeclercSauber+2.434
19GrosjeanHaas+2.989
20StrollWilliams+3.665
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2RaikkonenFerrari+0.451
3BottasMercedes+0.743
4VerstappenRed Bull+0.951
5HamiltonMercedes+1.039
6MagnussenHaas+1.311
7PerezForce India+1.427
8OconForce India+1.438
9SainzRenault+1.564
10SirotkinWilliams+1.723
11HulkenbergRenault+1.823
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13VandoorneMcLaren+1.959
14HartleyToro Rosso+1.973
15RicciardoRed Bull+2.043
16GaslyToro Rosso+2.061
17StrollWilliams+2.357
18LeclercSauber+2.479
19EricssonSauber+2.661
20GrosjeanHaas+2.738
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2RaikkonenFerrari+0.087
3BottasMercedes+0.530
4HamiltonMercedes+0.580
5VerstappenRed Bull+0.701
6RicciardoRed Bull+0.853
7HulkenbergRenault+1.437
8PerezForce India+1.663
9SainzRenault+1.724
10GrosjeanHaas+1.760
11MagnussenHaas1:32.986
12OconForce India1:33.057
13AlonsoMcLaren1:33.232
14VandoorneMcLaren1:33.505
15HartleyToro Rosso1:33.795
16SirotkinWilliams1:34.062
17GaslyToro Rosso1:34.101
18StrollWilliams1:34.285
19LeclercSauber1:34.454
20EricssonSauber1:34.914
1RicciardoRed Bull1:35:36.380
2BottasMercedes+8.894
3RaikkonenFerrari+9.637
4HamiltonMercedes+16.985
5VerstappenRed Bull+10.436
6HulkenbergRenault+21.052
7AlonsoMcLaren+30.639
8VettelFerrari+35.286
9SainzRenault+35.763
10MagnussenHaas+39.594
11OconForce India+44.050
12PerezForce India+44.725
13VandoorneMcLaren+49.373
14StrollWilliams+55.490
15SirotkinWilliams+58.241
16EricssonSauber+1:02.604
17GrosjeanHaas+1:05.296
18GaslyToro Rosso+1:06.330
19LeclercSauber+1:22.575
-HartleyToro Rosso-

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