2017 Russian Grand Prix interactive lap charts

2017 Russian Grand Prix

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As had been the case in the previous three Russian Grands Prix, the race was a processional affair with few changes in position taking place after the first lap.

Making a good start was essential, and that was particularly true for Valtteri Bottas who was able to control the race after beating the two Ferraris to the first braking zone.

Another driver who gained a pair of places was Carlos Sainz Jnr. In a quietly effective race, he went on to pick up two more places and snatch the final point.

2017 Russian Grand Prix lap chart

The positions of each driver on every lap. Click name to highlight, right-click to reset. Toggle drivers using controls below:

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DriverStart positionLap one position changeRace position change
Lewis Hamilton400
Valtteri Bottas322
Daniel Ricciardo5-2
Max Verstappen722
Sebastian Vettel1-1-1
Kimi Raikkonen2-1-1
Sergio Perez913
Esteban Ocon1013
Felipe Massa60-3
Lance Stroll11-40
Fernando Alonso15
Stoffel Vandoorne2046
Carlos Sainz Jnr1424
Daniil Kvyat12-10
Romain Grosjean19
Kevin Magnussen1320
Nico Hulkenberg8-20
Jolyon Palmer16
Marcus Ericsson1813
Pascal Wehrlein1731

2017 Russian Grand Prix race chart

The gaps between each driver on every lap compared to the leader’s average lap time. Very large gaps omitted. Scroll to zoom, drag to pan and right-click to reset. Toggle drivers using controls below:

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5 comments on “2017 Russian Grand Prix interactive lap charts”

  1. Here is the on-track action for this race:

    Lap 5: Wehrlein passes Ericsson

    Sainz got into 10th place because of Magnussen’s time penalty at the pit stop.

    1. + Ricciardo’s DNF

    2. Can´t say it was on track action regarding Wehrlein & Ericsson.

      Sauber messed up the tyre change during the safety car for Wehrlein. Then they thought that Ericsson should let Wehrlein pass as it was their mistake, so it was not much action there….teamorders.

  2. And that’s the extended version of action round-up ;)

  3. Neil (@neilosjames)
    1st May 2017, 3:11

    Could this be the first time since Honda returned that a McLaren has managed to go a whole race without being overtaken?

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