Sebastian Vettel wins the 2017 Hungarian Grand Prix.
The summer break engages with Sebastian Vettel leading the championship, after victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Hammering home his pole position advantage and continuing the dominance of the front row at the Hungaroring. Whilst Hamilton fought but handed third to Bottas, falling back in the standings after surging to just a point behind.
Lewis Hamilton sets the pace in opening practice at the Austrian Grand Prix.
With a time already three-tenths faster than 2016’s best offering, Lewis Hamilton laid down the pace in opening practice. Bettering the efforts of the opening pace-setter, Max Verstappen, as plenty of drivers found themselves spinning at the Red Bull Ring.
Daniel Ricciardo miraculously victorious at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
After qualifying in 10th when he crashed out of Q3, Ricciardo started the day immersed in the midfield before plummeting to the back with an early pit-stop. But after a storming drive while others crashed and retired, Ricciardo immerged victorious from Bottas and podium debutant Stroll having capitalised on the misfortunes of Hamilton and a frustrated Vettel.
Preview to Round 8 of the Formula One World Championship, the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Formula One heads back to Baku for the city circuit’s second Grand Prix, but under a new name – the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Moving away from the European Grand Prix title that the city hosted its first Formula One race under, and into its own national race.
The Spanish Grand Prix had seen 10 different drivers stand gladly upon the top step of the podium in the past 10 races. Etching their name onto the trophy for the first time, like Verstappen and Maldonado, or adding to their tallies, like Alonso and Raikkonen. This year, the man standing on the top of the podium with a beaming smile was Lewis Hamilton, as he claimed his second victory around the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Ending the run of new winners in Spain.
Kimi Raikkonen tops the first practice session at the Russian Grand Prix.
Kicking off the Russian weekend, Raikkonen put a Ferrari on top at a circuit only Mercedes have won at. Laying down an early challenge to the Silver Arrows dominance at the Russian Grand Prix, while Force India saw their engine cover fly from the car.