Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Singapore, 2017

2017 Singapore Grand Prix race result

2017 Singapore Grand PrixPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Pos # Driver Car Laps Time/gap Difference Reason
1 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 58 2hrs 3m 23.544s
2 3 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull-TAG Heuer 58 4.507 4.507
3 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 58 8.800 4.293
4 55 Carlos Sainz Jnr Toro Rosso-Renault 58 22.822 14.022
5 11 Sergio Perez Force India-Mercedes 58 25.359 2.537
6 30 Jolyon Palmer Renault 58 27.259 1.900
7 2 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren-Honda 58 30.388 3.129
8 18 Lance Stroll Williams-Mercedes 58 41.696 11.308
9 8 Romain Grosjean Haas-Ferrari 58 43.282 1.586
10 31 Esteban Ocon Force India-Mercedes 58 44.795 1.513
11 19 Felipe Massa Williams-Mercedes 58 46.536 1.741
12 94 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber-Ferrari 56 2 laps 2 laps
Not classified
20 Kevin Magnussen Haas-Ferrari 50 8 laps 6 laps Power unit
27 Nico Hulkenberg Renault 48 10 laps 2 laps Power unit
9 Marcus Ericsson Sauber-Ferrari 35 23 laps 13 laps Accident
26 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso-Renault 10 48 laps 25 laps Accident
14 Fernando Alonso McLaren-Honda 8 50 laps 2 laps Accident
33 Max Verstappen Red Bull-TAG Heuer 0 58 laps 8 laps Accident
5 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 0 58 laps 0.000 Accident

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25 comments on “2017 Singapore Grand Prix race result”

  1. Reign Man strikes again. Singapore has provided Lewis another BOOM similar to 2014.

    1. Loving that pun!

  2. Ricciardo and Bottas NOWHERE! I’d like better drivers in those cars.

    1. Wow! Second and third is NOWHERE?

  3. Jonathan Parkin
    17th September 2017, 15:00

    Did someone foul up at the end there. The race clock ran out when Lewis entered turn one so that should have been the final lap. But he had to do another one for no apparent reason

    1. I assume you do a full lap while the clock is on 0, similarly to how F3 does it.

    2. Apparently when the clock runs out you have to do another lap.

    3. It’s the same as qualifying. If you cross the line after the clock hits zero, you finish your lap.

      1. Jonathan Parkin
        17th September 2017, 15:50

        But I think he did. The clock was at 0 when he crossed the line to do what the captions told us was his final lap. His race time was something like 2:03:34, and it shouldn’t have been. At most it should have been 2:01:50 or something which is the time it takes him to do one lap

        1. It used to be the case that crossing the line after race clock > 2h00m00.000s ended the race. But this rule risks the officials not knowing whether to throw the chequered flag if the clock is close to exactly 2 hours as the leader comes round.

          Presumably for this reason, the rule was recently changed so that crossing the line after the race clock reaches 2 hours triggers the start of the final lap, and not the end of the race altogether.

          1. Jonathan Parkin
            18th September 2017, 20:39

            So why have the two hour rule at all then!!. If you aren’t going to end the race on the lap that two hours is exceeded you might as well just drop it. It’s like the time I went to see The racing at Oulton Park and they had time limited races but at least two ended the lap before the clock ran out. Also I can’t believe that in a technologically advanced sport such as F1 it isn’t possible to work out on which lap the end of the race is under such conditions

  4. Hardly anybody talked about Hamilton’s start. He was in second place and nearly alongside Vettel by turn 1, and with Vettel’s retirement that was all Hamilton needed to do. It could have been like Singapore 2010 if Vettel stayed in the race.

    1. @mbr-9 Hamilton had a very good start. One of the headline pictures on one of the articles shows them going into T1 side by side almost. However video has to show first how much sliding Kimi and three wheeled Verstappen make that picture a correct representation.

      1. Verstappen still had all 4 wheels and a fairly intact car when Hamilton got second place, albeit slowed down by the first contact.

  5. So much for an entertaining race…more like a demolition derby.

    Might as well give Merc and Lewis the trophies now.

  6. Unfortunately 2014-2020 is a sad and pathetic era in Formula One.

    1. Because Ferraris took themselves out in a mid/late race in 2017? Cute.

      1. 5 years since we’ve had more than 1 team fighting for the championship..this year there was real hope, until today. Now it’s over. Call me a pessimist, but we’ve had this for far too long.

        Sometimes I wonder why I invest this much time and effort to follow this sport…

        1. Well, VET kinda brought this upon himself…

          1. The wailing is in full swing……what if it was the driver you don’t like who was taken out.

          2. (@jagged-jake

            Been watching this circus for close to 20 years now…for some reason…that never happens.

            Hope is a man eater.

  7. U failed me yet again @HondaRacingF1,f nt 4 d GP2 PU i couldve gone much quicker@FA#14, Embarrasing..totally unacceptable..

  8. Why no mention of Kimi Raikenan in the list you have, above , of where all drivers finished the Grand Prix & the reason for those that did not finish ????

  9. Why is Raikkonen not on the chart as not classified

  10. Räikkön was also a DNF – he’s not listed. You might want to update that.

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