Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, Bahrain International Circuit, 2017

2017 Bahrain Grand Prix championship points

2017 Bahrain Grand PrixPosted on Author Keith Collantine

Constructors’ championship

Team Total
1 Ferrari 102
2 Mercedes 99
3 Red Bull 47
4 Force India 17
5 Williams 16
6 Toro Rosso 12
7 Haas 8
8 Renault 2
9 Sauber 0
9 McLaren 0

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16 comments on “2017 Bahrain Grand Prix championship points”

  1. Ivan Pacheco
    16th April 2017, 17:40

    Is Stroll missing this list?

    1. He never finished a race, so he doesn’t even get zero points.

      1. I take it Alonso’s being classified for completing 90% of a race more than once, then?

        1. Alonso is classified in 14th place for Bahrain.

      2. Weird. Stoffel Vandoorne DNS but got 0 points.

        1. Vandoorne got 13th in Australia.

  2. Wow, I thought Vettel’s Australian win was a fluke, but I guess the battle is on now. Ferrari only need to improve their qualifying pace.
    Massa is doing a fine job so far. I can’t help but wonder if he really is in great form or the car has more to give.

    1. not a fluke but I still felt Mercedes, at least in hands of Ham, were a bit faster today.

  3. It looks like this season is really going to be a two-team battle. It would be great if Kimi and Valteri were there to mix things even more, but it looks like they are not the Fying Finns they should be. A shame that Max’s race ended so early. But overall I can’t be happier for how the season is shaping up.
    Note: New Victorious Vettel pic for my profile now!

  4. We like to criticize Raikkonen but Bottas isn’t much better. The fact that Ferrari is ahead in the constructors championship is telling.

    1. Bottas is 3 races into his Mercedes career. Raikonnen is how many seasons into his Ferrari career?

  5. Pascal Wehrlein Is missing too

  6. Strolldonado should have negative points for his crashes. Sainz got the penalty but Stroll was at blame too.

    1. That is nonsense @kaiser, Stroll was certainly NOT to blame. Stroll left all the room for Sainz to just slow down in time to actually make the corner, and turned in on the racing line. He was hit in the middle of his sidepod! Apart from Sainz when he did it, and probably Maldonado, no one would see any logic to what Sainz did.

  7. Telling that while Massa keeps beating Pérez, Stroll’s dnfs are costly because Ocon is there little by little contributing to his team’s tally.

  8. Ferrari, Seb fan
    17th April 2017, 10:08

    Where’s werlien

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