Formula 1 2017 latest results, standings and analysis

George Flood
International Business Times
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After firmly establishing their reputation as Formula One's most dominant team, Mercedes, with 'Flying Finn' Valtteri Bottas now partnering Lewis Hamilton following the shock retirement of world champion Nico Rosberg, are attempting to seal a fourth consecutive constructors' title in 2017.

Underachieving giants Ferrari have emerged as favourites to end this stretch of relentless Silver Arrow rule following an impressive winter period and high-profile rule changes that will lead to faster cars. Last year's runners-up, Red Bull, will also hope to feature prominently provided there are no issues with their new Renault engine.

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The likes of Force India, Williams, Toro Rosso and Renault should ensure that the midfield race remains intriguing all season long, while Sauber are looking to the future and Haas will be out to prove that their excellent debut campaign was no fluke.

McLaren-Honda remain dogged by reliability issues and basement-dwellers Manor Racing sadly ceased trading in January after administrators failed to find a buyer.

Grand Prix results

Round

Grand Prix

Pole position

Fastest lap

Winning driver

Winning constructor

Report

1

Australia

2

China

3

Bahrain

4

Russia

5

Spain

6

Monaco

7

Canada

8

Azerbaijan

9

Austria

10

Great Britain

11

Hungary

12

Belgium

13

Italy

14

Singapore

15

Malaysia

16

Japan

17

United States

18

Mexico

19

Brazil

20

Abu Dhabi

2017 Driver Standings

Position

Driver

Team

Points

1

Fernando Alonso

McLaren

2

Valtteri Bottas

Mercedes

3

Marcus Ericsson

Sauber

4

Romain Grosjean

Haas

5

Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes

6

Nico Hulkenberg

Renault

7

Daniil Kvyat

Toro Rosso

8

Kevin Magnussen

Haas

9

Felipe Massa

Williams

10

Esteban Ocon

Force India

11

Jolyon Palmer

Renault

12

Sergio Perez

Force India

13

Kimi Raikkonen

Ferrari

14

Daniel Ricciardo

Red Bull

15

Carlos Sainz

Toro Rosso

16

Lance Stroll

Williams

17

Stoffel Vandoorne

McLaren

18

Max Verstappen

Red Bull

19

Sebastian Vettel

Ferrari

20

Pascal Wehrlein

Sauber

2017 Constructor Standings

Position

Team

Points

1

Ferrari

2

Force India

3

Haas

4

McLaren

5

Mercedes

6

Red Bull

7

Renault

8

Sauber

9

Toro Rosso

10

Williams

You can check out the 2017 F1 race calendar here

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