Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes won
the British Grand Prix for the fifth time on July 16, 2017. With this he cuts Sebastian
Vettel’s championship lead to just a single point. For the Ferrari drivers Vettel
and Kimi Raikkonen, issues with the tyres hit their chances bad, even though
Raikkonen finished third while Vettel had to be content with 7th
Hamilton’s team mate Valtteri
Bottas grabbed the second position, making it one-two for Mercedes in England.
Force India drivers Esteban
Ocon and Sergio Perez managed to finish in the first ten, with eighth and ninth
respectively. Max Verstappen managed to come in fourth for Red Bull Racing
while his teammate Daniel Ricciardo managed a fifth. Nico Hulkenburg finished 6th
for Renault whileFelipe Massa of Williams came in 10th.
The race was dominated by
Hamilton when he started from pole, leading all the way and setting the fastest
lap of the race.
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