Singapore grand Prix F1 2017: Results of the race

Boots the Singapore GP F1 2017 and makes it very strong. Nothing more start, we have seen how the cars had to start with rain tires in this urban layout in the asian night. The reason was that the track was wet from rains in this area, therefore the departure was presented even more delicate as I pointed out in yesterday’s article. In addition cité specifically to Vettel and Verstappen, who have been protagonists today for your accident that has also involved other cars, among them a Fernando Alonso, after an output is extremely good, they could have put the leader of the race, yes, as they listen to it. And if all went well you have finished in the first pódio of McLaren-Honda and that would be a huge news story. Perhaps the 3rd could have been achieved today… but today has not failed the reliability, not, have failed in the hands of Vettel and Verstappen, the first of a rare movement that is made in the output to defend against Max and the second is that we already know about his aggressiveness.

therefore, in the end it has paid off, with Max Verstappen and Red Bull destroyed and out of the race before passing through the goal for the first time, and both Ferrari’s also K. O. because of that Kimi has been beaten by Max, and this in turn has beaten Vettel. All the cars have been seriously damaged, among them the Fernando Alonso who was on his way to the lead lap when the cars of Kimi and Verstappen will have beaten off the track and your car has taken a leap, leaving the side seriously damaged. Has been able to continue and get to the box, and after returning to the track is kept between the 12th first, but little by little the car has been losing pace and have finally decided to remove it, as it was a miracle to be continued…

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Several drop-outs as I say in this track, several injured. The first McLaren that could have made a 7th position with Vandoorne, as it has done in fact, and have added another good handful of points with a 3rd or 4th for Alonso, who knows… What would give them the push they need to quear more top of the constructors ‘ world and to have the premium economic much-needed after the departure of Honda, which will invest those 100 million which it invests now in the euqipo. Carlos Sainz came out 10th has been one of the big beneficiaries of the touches, since it has been able to finish 4th with his Toro Rosso under the Singapore night. The other great benefited, double or triple, has been Hamilton, as the british strengthens even more its leadership in the world after finishing with victory here, a circuit that in principle was disadvantageous to them and ended up badly in qualifying yesterday. In addition to Vettel by adding zero points will leave a margin that will hardly be able to recover if there happens something funny with the reliability or accidents of Lewis. Therefore, I can say that the World already has a name: Lewis Hamilton.

Lewis leaves here with 263 points while Sebastian Vettel leaves with 235, and not only that, both Ferrari have made a zero here, so that is a major hit in the world of builders. Although this doesn’t affect you so much. Alonso has made a few statements that I felt quite angry, ensuring that the podium today, I was insured and that they could perhaps have fought for the victory. Words that may not reflect reality, since I believe I opted in to a 2nd or 3rd despite the fact that this circuit is difficult to overtake, but Mercedes remains Mercedes. What is certain is that his words reflect the anger of having period this a great time to have burned more bulbs to the circuit in Singapore once more…

race Results

Position Pilot Time Turns
1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 2:03’23″544 58
2 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull +4″507 58
3 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes +8″800 58
4 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso +22″822 58
5 Sergio Perez Force India +25″359 58
6 Jolyon Palmer Renault +27″259 58
7 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren-Honda +30″388 58
8 Lance Stroll Williams +41″696 58
9 Romain Grosjean Haas +43″282 58
10 Esteban Ocon Force India +44″795 58
11 Felipe Massa Williams +46″536 58
12 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber +2 laps 56
13 Kevin Magnussen Haas Withdrawal
14 Nico Hülkenberg Renault Withdrawal
15 Marcus Ericsson Sauber Withdrawal
16 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso Withdrawal
17 Fernando Alonso McLaren-Honda Withdrawal
18 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari Withdrawal
19 Max Verstappen Red Bull Withdrawal
20 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari Withdrawal

Next appointment, you know, in the Malaysian GP, between 29 September and 1 October. While we will have a few weeks of rest to return with more action. Let’s hope that the luck will compensate for Alonso and have a good year in 2018. By the way, the year in which it could also run at LeMans as indicated in the McLaren, that will leave the door open to that possibility. In fact, following discussions with Porsche, now the great interested seems to be the team Toyota. We’ll see what happens, until next time, from AM we will be alert to tell the most important news in the motorsport.

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