Lewis Hamilton set the fastest lap of the Singapore Grand Prix but Daniel Ricciardo was just three-tenths slower despite a gearbox problem.
Mercedes didn’t just dominate on the track at Monza – they were unbeaten in the pits as well.
Daniel Ricciardo climbed 12 places from his starting position to finish fourth in the Italian Grand Prix, which was the biggest gain of any driver in the race.
Daniel Ricciardo’s fastest lap of the race gave further evidence F1 cars could have broken the all-time fastest lap record had qualifying being dry.
Red Bull gambled on a very aggressive strategy for Daniel Ricciardo but the appearance of the Safety Car meant it paid off.
Felipe Massa enjoyed the most production Belgian Grand Prix, rising eight places to finish in eighth position after failing to make it out of Q1.
Sebastian Vettel set a new lap record during the Belgian Grand Prix, taking over six-tenths of a second off the benchmark he set eight years ago.
Max Verstappen was unable to exploit Red Bull’s strategic advantage at the Hungaroring after picking up a ten-second time penalty.
Lewis Hamilton backed off by nine seconds on the final lap of the Hungarian Grand Prix to hand the final podium place back to his team mate.
Fernando Alonso set the fastest lap of the Hungarian Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel’s steering problems restricted the pace of the front-runners.
Did Ferrari’s early pit stop for Sebastian Vettel leave him at risk of the puncture which ruined his race?
Daniel Ricciardo gained the most places during the British Grand Prix. But he made life hard for himself by going off on lap five.
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest lap at Silverstone but Sebastian Vettel was clearly struggling for pace long before his dramatic tyre failure.
As expected most drivers preferred a one-stop strategy for the Austrian Grand Prix, but there were some differences in the teams’ tactics.
Lewis Hamilton made modest progress from eighth on the grid but it was the Williams drivers who made the most ground during the Austrian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton broke the official race lap record for the Red Bull Ring during the Austrian Grand Prix by almost a full second.
A lucky break on his strategy played a role in Daniel Ricciardo’s surprise Azerbaijan Grand Prix win as Red Bull minimised the time he spent on the slower soft compound tyre.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel finished just six seconds off the lead despite significant delays in their races.
Sebastian Vettel set the fastest lap during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix – 1.4 seconds quicker than race winner Daniel Ricciardo.
Romain Grosjean pitted on lap one and ran the rest of the Canadian Grand Prix on Pirelli’s super-soft tyres without pitting again.