2017 Spanish Grand Prix interactive lap charts

2017 Spanish Grand Prix

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The first-lap collision in the Spanish Grand Prix presented an opportunity which several teams seized upon to score big results.

First among them was Force India. They claimed fourth and fifth places thanks to Sergio Perez and Esteben Ocon, who dodged the unfolding chaos.

Nico Hulkenberg did even better, gaining six places in his Renault. He picked up one more position by the end of the race to finish sixth, albeit a long way behind the leaders.

On the other side of the coin Felipe Massa lost nine places due to his first puncture. He managed to recover and passed his team mate shortly before the race finishes.

2017 Spanish 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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Position change

DriverStart positionLap one position changeRace position change
Lewis Hamilton1-10
Valtteri Bottas30
Daniel Ricciardo623
Max Verstappen5-14
Sebastian Vettel210
Kimi Raikkonen4
Sergio Perez834
Esteban Ocon1045
Felipe Massa9-9-4
Lance Stroll1852
Fernando Alonso7-4-5
Stoffel Vandoorne204
Carlos Sainz Jnr1234
Daniil Kvyat19210
Romain Grosjean1444
Kevin Magnussen113-3
Nico Hulkenberg1367
Jolyon Palmer1732
Marcus Ericsson1615
Pascal Wehrlein1538

2017 Spanish 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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4 comments on “2017 Spanish Grand Prix interactive lap charts”

  1. So Stroll was 50 seconds ahead of Massa at the start, and finished 12 seconds behind. Felipe had 2 separate incidents, and lost a front wing and yet lapped quicker than Lance for the whole race except 4 laps.

    1. Jorge Olivier
      15th May 2017, 4:10

      He -Stroll- said this race would show his real level. It think it did, my God, he is BAD.

  2. What happened to the Williams pay driver on the last few laps?

    1. He badly flat-spotted a tire at the end of the race.

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