Japanese grand Prix F1 2017: Results of the race

Starts the race in the japanese GP, F1 2017, the Suzuka circuit remained dry according to the predictions and had a little bit of nervousness in Ferrari. The mechanics from Maranello scrambled to get out of the car of Vettel who came after the turn of installation and had been too slow. The mechanics opened up the top engine and looked what happened, with a great hurry, closed the car back from Vettel and it seemed that all was OK, but not a spark plug left out and Sebastian Vettel. Another new neglect by the mechanics of the Ferrari… now see what it says Sergio Marchionne, but if already raised his voice for what has happened in racing before, now you should be even more pissed off by this and if before they spoke of the restructuring of the quality control now possibly roll heads, as is usual in the brand transalpine. In addition to that, Vettel earns a reprimand for arriving late to the hymn.

therefore, Hamilton had to add 6 points more than Vettel to be able to have the world even more face to face, and not a single one has won here Hamilton, but if we join the zero points of Vettel means that since Mercedes has almost everything done to once again win the world cup this year. Very bad what they would do, perhaps two retirements of Hamilton, to once again Vettel was put to the front. Hamilton comes out of here with a lead of no fewer than 59 points advantage over Vettel, because the british have 306 points after this race and the German is left with the 247 that I already had. That means that even if Hamilton adds two zeros for any reason, accident or mechanical breakdown, the world would still be well matched and you could win any of the two. This means a bag of absolute tranquillity to the mark of the star.

Carlos Sainz has been one of the riders with bad luck today with a puncture, slow and another drop that is not the best of goodbyes for Toro Rosso, because, remember, that in the next GP of the USA in a few weeks will be a pilot of Renault. I was starting from too far back here, with penalties for engine changes as we told you yesterday, and that unites this new incident. I hope your next race with Renault to be more comfortable for him and will have to wait for the performance they have in comparison to Hülkenberg, who let’s not forget that it will be a really tough opponent.But Carlos and Renault need to up as soon as possible and adapt to the new car, the new philosophy of work of the equipment, etc, to begin the next year as a “newbie” within the team, but with some experience gathered in these last few races.

on the other hand we have the case of Fernando Alonso, that after leaving last with their 35 positions of the engine in front of the fans of Honda, today has been traced back to the 11th position without any external assistance or luck as he has indicated, but on the contrary, when they could progress arose impairments, as for example when he went to overtake Massa and there was Safety Car. A whole series of disadvantages and in spite of that has been able to progress up to the doors of the points with 9 positions higher than where it started. On the other hand both McLaren have been left out of the points here, with Vandoorne 14th and the Spanish are pending to see if it is sanctioned or not (UPDATE: the FIA penalizes Fernando with a reprimand and 2 points of the superlicencia) for supposedly having bothered to Max Verstappen who went after Hamilton, by finishing 2nd in the end. He was treading on the heels of Hamilton and what could have been won? Perhaps if you did more than the two turns that were missing to the end, honestly I don’t think that what has bothered Alonso has been the difference between being first and second.

race Results:

Position Pilot Time Turns
1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:27:31″193 53
2 Max Verstappen Red Bull +1″211 53
3 Daniel Ricciardo Mercedes +9″679 53
4 Vatteri Bottas Mercedes +10″580 53
5 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari +32″622 53
6 Esteban Ocon Force India +67″788 53
7 Sergio Perez Force India +71″424 53
8 Kevin Magnussen Haas +88″953 53
9 Romain Grosjean Haas +89″883 53
10 Felipe Massa Williams +1 lap 52
11 Fernando Alonso McLaren +1 lap 52
12 Jolyon Palmer Renault +1 lap 52
13 Pierre Gasly Toro Rosso +1 lap 52
14 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren +1 lap 52
15 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber +2 laps 52
16 Lance Stroll Williams Withdrawal
17 Nico Hülkenberg Renault Withdrawal
18 Marcus Ericsson Sauber Withdrawal
19 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari Withdrawal
20 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso Withdrawal

Next meeting on 20-22 October, so that F1 is taking a break until then that you will return in the GP of USA.UU. in Austin, you already know that there they will take Carlos to the Renault and Kvyat to the Toro Rosso occupying the hollow of carlos Sainz, while Palmer goes out after a few seasons disappointing in comparison with his team-mate. I hope that there both Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz have a good performance, and we will expect new developments that will be counting from AM and of course the long-awaited signing of Alonso to continue at McLaren in 2018 if he makes it official…

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