Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull, Monaco, 2017

2017 Monaco Grand Prix tyre strategies and pit stops

2017 Monaco Grand Prix

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As was expected the Monaco Grand Prix was a straightforward one-stop affair for most drivers.

The only drivers who made more than one stop were mostly those who picked up punctures or took advantage of the Safety Car period to put fresher tyres on.

Lewis Hamilton’s sole pit stop was the quickest of the race and thanks to that he only lost one place, to Carlos Sainz Jnr.

2017 Monaco Grand Prix tyre strategies

The tyre strategies for each driver:

Stint 1Stint 2Stint 3Stint 4
Sebastian VettelUltra soft (39)Super soft (39)
Kimi RaikkonenUltra soft (34)Super soft (44)
Daniel RicciardoUltra soft (38)Super soft (40)
Valtteri BottasUltra soft (33)Super soft (45)
Max VerstappenUltra soft (32)Super soft (28)Ultra soft (18)
Carlos Sainz JnrUltra soft (37)Super soft (41)
Lewis HamiltonUltra soft (46)Super soft (32)
Romain GrosjeanUltra soft (40)Super soft (38)
Felipe MassaUltra soft (38)Super soft (24)Ultra soft (16)
Kevin MagnussenUltra soft (37)Super soft (5)Ultra soft (36)
Jolyon PalmerUltra soft (42)Super soft (36)
Esteban OconUltra soft (36)Super soft (3)Ultra soft (21)Ultra soft (18)
Sergio PerezUltra soft (16)Super soft (47)Ultra soft (9)Ultra soft (6)
Daniil KvyatUltra soft (36)Super soft (35)
Lance StrollUltra soft (41)Super soft (26)Ultra soft (4)
Stoffel VandoorneUltra soft (43)Super soft (23)
Marcus EricssonSuper soft (35)Ultra soft (28)
Pascal WehrleinSuper soft (1)Ultra soft (56)
Jenson ButtonUltra soft (1)Super soft (38)Ultra soft (18)
Nico HulkenbergUltra soft (15)

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2017 Monaco Grand Prix pit stop times

How long each driver’s pit stops took:

DriverTeamPit stop timeGapOn lap
1Lewis HamiltonMercedes24.15546
2Daniel RicciardoRed Bull24.1830.02838
3Esteban OconForce India24.2990.14436
4Sebastian VettelFerrari24.3060.15139
5Valtteri BottasMercedes24.3080.15333
6Felipe MassaWilliams24.3530.19838
7Daniil KvyatToro Rosso24.4060.25136
8Carlos Sainz JnrToro Rosso24.4270.27237
9Jenson ButtonMcLaren24.4650.3101
10Esteban OconForce India24.4960.34139
11Esteban OconForce India24.6420.48760
12Romain GrosjeanHaas24.6600.50540
13Stoffel VandoorneMcLaren24.7680.61343
14Kimi RaikkonenFerrari24.8330.67834
15Marcus EricssonSauber24.9490.79435
16Kevin MagnussenHaas24.9790.82437
17Sergio PerezForce India25.0260.87163
18Felipe MassaWilliams25.1230.96862
19Lance StrollWilliams25.2481.09367
20Max VerstappenRed Bull25.3431.18832
21Jolyon PalmerRenault25.4721.31742
22Max VerstappenRed Bull25.6781.52360
23Pascal WehrleinSauber25.8131.6581
24Kevin MagnussenHaas26.0401.88542
25Jenson ButtonMcLaren26.0571.90239
26Lance StrollWilliams26.6902.53541
27Sergio PerezForce India31.3137.15816
28Sergio PerezForce India35.48511.33072

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One comment on “2017 Monaco Grand Prix tyre strategies and pit stops”

  1. Which means Max lost a second on Valtteri and 1.2 on Daniel

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