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Silverstone Circuit

Lap length 5.891km (3.66 miles)

Race laps 52

Race remove 306.332km (190.346 miles)

Shaft position Left-hand side of the track

Lap record* 1’30.874 (Fernando Alonso, 2010)

Speediest lap 1’29.243 (Lewis Hamilton, 2016, qualifying two)

Most extreme speed 329.5kph (204.742 mph)

DRS zone/s (race) Pit straight and Hangar straight

Separation from matrix to turn one 296m

Full throttle 70%

Longest level out segment 1034m

Downforce level High

Apparatus changes per lap 40

Fuel utilize per lap 2.8kg

Time punishment per lap of fuel 0.112s

UK Times

Friday fourteenth July 2017

English Grand Prix Free Practice 1: 9:00-10:30 (UK time: 9:00-10:30)

English Grand Prix Free Practice 2: 13:00-14:30 (UK time: 13:00-14:30)

Saturday fifteenth July 2017

English Grand Prix Free Practice 3: 10:00-11:00 (UK time: 10:00-11:00)

English Grand Prix Qualifying: 13:00 (UK time: 13:00)

Sunday sixteenth July 2017

English Grand Prix: 13:00 (UK time: 13:00)

Past Winners

2016 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

2015 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

2014 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

2013 Germany Nico Rosberg Mercedes

2012 Australia Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault

2011 Spain Fernando Alonso Ferrari

2010 Australia Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault

2009 Germany Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault

2008 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes

2007 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari

2006 Spain Fernando Alonso Renault

2005 Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya McLaren-Mercedes

2004 Germany Michael Schumacher Ferrari

2003 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Ferrari

2002 Germany Michael Schumacher Ferrari

2001 Finland Mika Häkkinen McLaren-Mercedes

2000 United Kingdom David Coulthard McLaren-Mercedes

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Certainties from the past race

Valtteri Bottas won another super-close challenge for post position this year which put him on course to wind up plainly a two-times terrific prix victor.Rolex British Grand Prix Live

The Mercedes driver beat Sebastian Vettel to shaft by 0.042s in Austria. That is the fifth time this year the main two have been isolated by under six-hundredths of a moment.Rolex British Grand Prix Live Free

Sadly for Vettel, he’s been on the losing side of that three times. Had he found another five-hundredths a weekend ago, the same at Monaco and six-hundredths in Spain, he’d be on four post position for the season rather than one.Rolex British Grand Prix Live Stream

In any case Vettel has the best normal qualifying position (before punishments) of any driver so far this year, on account of beginning six of the nine races so distant from second. That is an amazing accomplishment given that Mercedes have had the snappier auto over a solitary lap in seven races out of nine.Rolex British Grand Prix Live Streaming

As it was Vettel was left to pursue home Bottas as the Mercedes driver turned into the 74th driver in the title’s history to win more than one race. He additionally gave Mercedes their fourth sequential win in Austria, proceeding with their control of this round since it was reintroduced to the timetable in 2014.Rolex British Grand Prix Live Free Streaning

Bottas brought shaft with a lap of 1’04.251. He and others may have gone speedier had it not been for a late yellow banner. In any case, even so this was the most limited shaft position time seen at a F1 race since Nigel Mansell’s Williams-Honda headed the lattice at the 1985 South African Grand Prix. Mansell secured the 4.104km Kyalami track at a normal speed of 236.898kph while Bottas lapped the 4.318km Red Bull Ring at a normal of 241.938kph.

Bottas joined Stuart Lewis-Evans, Jo Siffert, John Watson, Gilles Villeneuve, Michele Alboreto, Jean Alesi and Heinz-Harald Frentzen as a two-times shaft sitter. In any case, while he was flying high his previous group Williams were battling. The FW40s shared the ninth column, the group’s most noticeably awful beginning positions since Bottas and Pastor Maldonado began seventeenth and eighteenth at the 2013 Korean Grand Prix.Rolex British Grand Prix Live

It was just about a lights-to-hail triumph for Bottas. However Kimi Raikkonen ran long amid his initially stretch and led the pack for two laps before slipping back to complete fifth. This broadened a discouraging streak for Raikkonen: In the last 15 races each time both Ferraris have completed Vettel has been ahead.

Raikkonen was taken after home by Romain Grosjean who equalled the best qualifying execution for Haas by beginning 6th. Fernando Alonso and Nico Hulkenberg broadened their unbeaten streaks against their partners in qualifying, the previous doing as such regardless of not running Honda’s updated motor.

Daniel Ricciardo completed on the platform for the fifth race running, which is his longest streak to date. His fortunes could barely balance all the more strongly with colleague Max Verstappen, who in nine races has resigned five times. Three of these were because of specialized disappointments and the other two were first-lap episodes.

Renault posted their fifth no-score this year yet interestingly Jolyon Palmer got back home in front of Nico Hulkenberg. Palmer, who is yet to score this year, took his third eleventh place complete, and is beginning to resemble the Esteban Gutierrez of 2017.

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