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Formula One 2017 Schedule and Results

Formula One 2017  Schedule and Results
The 2017 formula one season comprised 20 races in all, and is witnessing a battle between the champions. This year saw Mercedes surging ahead of Ferrari and Red Bull.
SportsAspire Staff
Last Updated: Apr 20, 2018
The year 2017 witnessed the Formula One World Championship. This was the 71st season of Formula One motor racing and the 68th season of the F1 Championship. Lewis Hamilton won the 'Driver's Champion' title as well as the 'Pole Trophy'. Mercedes won the 'Constructors Champion' title.
2017 F1 Calender
Australian Grand Prix
  • Date- 26 March
  • Circuit Length- 5.303 km
  • Winner- Sebastian Vettel
  • Car- Ferrari
  • Laps- 57
  • Time- 1:24:11.672 
Chinese Grand Prix
  • Date- 09 April
  • Circuit Length- 5.451 km
  • Winner- Lewis Hamilton
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 56
  • Time- 1:37:36.158
Bahrain Grand Prix
  • Date- 16 April
  • Circuit Length- 5.412 km
  • Winner- Sebastian Vettel
  • Car- Ferrari
  • Laps- 57
  • Time- 1:33:53.374
Russian Grand Prix
  • Date- 30 April
  • Circuit Length- 5.848 km
  • Winner- Valtteri Bottas
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 52
  • Time- 1:28:08.743
Spanish Grand Prix
  • Date- 14 May
  • Circuit Length- 4.655 km
  • Winner- Lewis Hamilton
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 66
  • Time- 1:35:56.497
Monaco Grand Prix
  • Date- 28 May
  • Circuit Length- 3.337 km
  • Winner- Sebastian Vettel
  • Car- Ferrari
  • Laps- 78
  • Time- 1:44:44.340
Canadian Grand Prix
  • Date- 11 June
  • Circuit Length- 4.361 km
  • Winner- Lewis Hamilton
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 70
  • Time- 1:33:05.154
Azerbaijan Grand Prix
  • Date- 25 June
  • Circuit Length- 6.003 km
  • Winner- Daniel Ricciardo
  • Car- Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer
  • Laps- 51
  • Time- 2:03:55.573
Austrian Grand Prix
  • Date- 09 July
  • Circuit Length- 4.318 km
  • Winner- Valtteri Bottas
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 71
  • Time- 1:21:48.523
British Grand Prix
  • Date- 16 July
  • Circuit Length- 5.891 km
  • Winner- Lewis Hamilton
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 51
  • Time- 1:21:27.430
Hungarian Grand Prix
  • Date- 30 July
  • Circuit Length- 4.381 km
  • Winner- Sebastian Vettel
  • Car- Ferrari
  • Laps- 70
  • Time- 1:39:46.713
Belgian Grand Prix
  • Date- 27 August
  • Circuit Length- 7.004 km
  • Winner- Lewis Hamilton
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 44
  • Time- 1:24:42.820
Italian Grand Prix
  • Date- 03 September
  • Circuit Length- 5.793 km
  • Winner- Lewis Hamilton
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 53
  • Time- 1:15:32.312
Singapore Grand Prix
  • Date- 17 September
  • Circuit Length- 5.065 km
  • Winner- Lewis Hamilton
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 58
  • Time- 2:03:23.544
Malaysian Grand Prix
  • Date- 01 October
  • Circuit Length- 5.543 km
  • Winner- Max Verstappen
  • Car- Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer
  • Laps- 56
  • Time- 1:30:01.290
Japanese Grand Prix
  • Date- 08 October
  • Circuit Length- 5.807 km
  • Winner- Lewis Hamilton
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 53
  • Time- 1:27:31.194
United States Grand Prix
  • Date- 22 October
  • Circuit Length- 5.513 km
  • Winner- Lewis Hamilton
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 56
  • Time- 1:33:50.991
Mexican Grand Prix
  • Date- 29 October
  •  Circuit Length- 4.304 km
  • Winner- Max Verstappen
  • Car- Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer
  • Laps- 71
  • Time- 1:36:26.552
Brazilian Grand Prix
  • Date- 12 November
  • Circuit Length- 4.309 km
  • Winner- Sebastian Vettel
  • Car- Ferrari
  • Laps- 71
  • Time- 1:31:26.262
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
  • Date- 26 November
  • Circuit Length- 5.554 km
  • Winner- Valtteri Bottas
  • Car- Mercedes
  • Laps- 55
  • Time- 1:34:14.062
Driver-Team Changes
The year 2017 saw 10 teams competing with each other. Quite a few teams were pinning their hopes on new drivers. Here are the changes.
  • Stoffel Vandoorne moved to McLaren.
  • Esteban Ocon moved to Force India.
  • Kevin Magnussen moved to Hass.
  • Pascal Wehrlein moved to Sauber.
  • Carlos Sainz Jr moved to Renault. 
2017 Driver Standings
Position Driver Car Points
1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 363
2 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 317
3 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 305
4 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 205
5 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Racing TAG Heuer 200
6 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing TAG Heuer 168
7 Sergio Perez Force India Mercedes 100
8 Esteban Ocon Force India Mercedes 87
9 Carlos Sainz Renault 54
10 Nico Hulkenberg Renault 43
11 Felipe Massa Williams Mercedes 43
12 Lance Stroll Williams Mercedes 40
13 Romain Grosjean Haas Ferrari 28
14 Kevin Magnussen Haas Ferrari 19
15 Fernando Alonso McLaren Honda 17
16 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren Honda 13
17 Jolyon Palmer Renault 8
18 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber Ferrari 5
19 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 5
20 Marcus Ericsson Sauber Ferrari 0
21 Pierre Gasly Toro Rosso 0
22 Antonio Giovinazzi Sauber Ferrari 0
23 Brendon Hartley Toro Rosso 0
The year 2017 saw Lewis Hamilton gaining the top position with 363 points in the drivers standing list. The 2018 results will be different, with new champions, engine specifications, rules, and of course, the many changes in the team's drivers lineup. Stay tuned!