Lewis Hamilton leads 2017 F1 standings ahead Singapore GP

With 2 consecutive wins at Belgium and Italy, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton got his championship hopes back on track. The Triple world champion (2008, 2014, 2015) is indeed looking for his fourth crown - even beating Ferrari Sebastian Vettel at the Italian Grand Prix in Monza.

But the 2017 Formula One championship is far from decided, as Vettel trails the leader by just 3 points, and Ferrari will do everything needed to gain some advantages in the races to come.

2017 F1 Championship

DriverTeamPoints
HamiltonMercedes AMG Petronas F1238
VettelScuderia Ferrari235
BottasMercedes AMG Petronas F1197
RicciardoRed Bull Racing144
RaikkonenScuderia Ferrari138
VerstappenRed Bull Racing68
Go to 2017 Full F1 Standings

Red Bull has also improved in form and performance, with Daniel Ricciardo taking his Red Bull Racing / Renault car to fourth in the points standings.

When we look the 2017 Grand Prix Rankings, you can tell that Lewis Hamilton has always been at the top. With his 8 poles positions, it will be hard to beat him, specially now that he has 6 wins to his name.

2017 Formula1 Grand Prix Rankings

Formula1Score
F1 Lewis HamiltonLewis Hamilton
8 Poles, 6 Wins, 8 Podiums
100.77% Race Performance

TOTAL SCORE: 462.31
F1 Sebastian VettelSebastian Vettel
2 Poles, 4 Wins, 10 Podiums
99.23% Race Performance

TOTAL SCORE: 414.61
F1 Valtteri BottasValtteri Bottas
2 Poles, 2 Wins, 9 Podiums
103.33% Race Performance

TOTAL SCORE: 380.25
F1 Daniel RicciardoDaniel Ricciardo
0 Poles, 1 Win, 6 Podiums
135.00% Race Performance

TOTAL SCORE: 342.68
F1 Kimi RaikkonenKimi Raikkonen
1 Pole, 0 Wins, 4 Podiums
92.73% Race Performance

TOTAL SCORE: 292.73
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Go to 2017 Formula1 Grand Prix Rankings
Go to 2017 Formula1 Standings

There are still seven races to go with 2017 Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit GP coming this weekend. We will write an update after the race!

Posted on September 15, 2017

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