F1 2017 Drivers

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The 2017 driver lineup has seen some key changes compared to last year. The key transfers include Nico Rosberg’s shock retirement from F1 prompting Mercedes to rapidly seek out a new driver. Valtteri Bottas took the seat at Mercedes.

The new vacancy at Williams meant Felipe Massa’s retirement was short lived and he returned to a full race seat alongside Canadian rookie Lance Stroll.

Further back the shuffles continued. At McLaren, Stoffel Vandoorne replaces Jenson Button. Hulkenberg replaces Magnussen at Renault and Pascal Wehrlein replaces Felipe Nasr at Sauber.

The back of the grid is missing a much loved Manor GP after they went into liquidation during the offseason.

1stThe national flag of Germany Sebastian
Vettel
Ferrari Wins1 Podiums1 Points25
2ndThe national flag of Great Britain Lewis
Hamilton
Mercedes Wins0 Podiums1 Points18
3rdThe national flag of Finland Valtteri
Bottas
Mercedes Wins0 Podiums1 Points15
4thThe national flag of Finland Kimi
Räikkönen
Ferrari Wins0 Podiums0 Points12
5thThe national flag of Netherlands Max
Verstappen
Red Bull Wins0 Podiums0 Points10
6thThe national flag of Brazil Felipe
Massa
Williams Wins0 Podiums0 Points8
7thThe national flag of Mexico Sergio
Perez
Force India Wins0 Podiums0 Points6
8thThe national flag of Spain Carlos
Sainz Jnr
Toro Rosso Wins0 Podiums0 Points4
9thThe national flag of Russia Daniil
Kvyat
Toro Rosso Wins0 Podiums0 Points2
10thThe national flag of France Esteban
Ocon
Force India Wins0 Podiums0 Points1
11thThe national flag of Germany Nico
Hulkenberg
Renault Wins0 Podiums0 Points0
12thThe national flag of Italy Antonio
Giovinazzi
Sauber Wins0 Podiums0 Points0
13thThe national flag of Belgium Stoffel
Vandoorne
McLaren Wins0 Podiums0 Points0
14thThe national flag of Spain Fernando
Alonso
McLaren Wins0 Podiums0 Points0
15thThe national flag of Denmark Kevin
Magnussen
Haas F1 Team Wins0 Podiums0 Points0
16thThe national flag of Canada Lance
Stroll
Williams Wins0 Podiums0 Points0
17thThe national flag of Australia Daniel
Ricciardo
Red Bull Wins0 Podiums0 Points0
18thThe national flag of Sweden Marcus
Ericsson
Sauber Wins0 Podiums0 Points0
19thThe national flag of Great Britain Jolyon
Palmer
Renault Wins0 Podiums0 Points0
20thThe national flag of France Romain
Grosjean
Haas F1 Team Wins0 Podiums0 Points0