F1 2016: Mexican GP – FP1 Times & Laps

Free Practice 1

Times

Drivers

  1. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:20.914
  2. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:20.993 – +0.079
  3. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:21.072 – +0.158
  4. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:21.200 – +0.286
  5. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:21.409 – +0.495
  6. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:21.447 – +0.533
  7. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:21.673 – +0.759
  8. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:21.727 – +0.813
  9. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:21.836 – +0.922
  10. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:22.215 – +1.301
  11. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:22.500 – +1.586
  12. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:22.563 – +1.649
  13. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:22.723 – +1.809
  14. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:22.877 – +1.963
  15. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:22.910 – +1.996
  16. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:23.089 – +2.175
  17. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:23.089 – +2.175
  18. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:23.342 – +2.428
  19. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:23.556 – +2.642
  20. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 1:24.083 – +3.169
  21. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:24.097 – +3.183
  22. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:24.350 – +3.436

Teams

  1. Mercedes – 1:20.914
  2. Ferrari – 1:20.993 – +0.079
  3. Force India – 1:21.200 – +0.286
  4. Williams – 1:21.447 – +0.533
  5. Red Bull – 1:21.727 – +0.813
  6. Toro Rosso – 1:22.215 – +1.301
  7. Haas – 1:22.500 – +1.586
  8. Sauber – 1:22.723 – +1.809
  9. McLaren – 1:23.089 – +2.175
  10. Renault – 1:23.556 – +2.642
  11. Manor – 1:24.083 – +3.169

Laps

Drivers

  1. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 35
  2. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 34
  3. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 34
  4. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 32
  5. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 32
  6. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 32
  7. Felipe Massa – Williams – 31
  8. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 30
  9. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 29
  10. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 28
  11. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 27
  12. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 25
  13. Jenson Button – McLaren – 24
  14. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 23
  15. Sergio Perez – Force India – 23
  16. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 23
  17. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 23
  18. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 21
  19. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 19
  20. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 17
  21. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 12
  22. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 10

Teams

  1. Renault – 67
  2. Mercedes – 66
  3. Williams – 65
  4. Toro Rosso – 61
  5. Manor – 58
  6. McLaren – 49
  7. Force India – 46
  8. Haas – 44
  9. Ferrari – 42
  10. Red Bull – 37
  11. Sauber – 29
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F1 2016: Japanese GP – FP2 Times & Laps

Free Practice 2

Times

Drivers

  1. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:32.250
  2. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:32.322 – +0.072
  3. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:32.573 – +0.323
  4. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:33.061 – +0.811
  5. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:33.103 – +0.853
  6. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:33.570 – +1.320
  7. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:33.873 – +1.623
  8. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:33.985 – +1.735
  9. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:34.028 – +1.778
  10. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:34.086 – +1.836
  11. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:34.127 – +1.877
  12. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:34.150 – +1.900
  13. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:34.241 – +1.991
  14. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:34.305 – +2.055
  15. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:34.339 – +2.089
  16. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:34.398 – +2.148
  17. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:34.643 – +2.393
  18. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:34.760 – +2.510
  19. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:34.824 – +2.574
  20. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:35.292 – +3.042
  21. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 1:35.400 – +3.150
  22. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:36.318 – +4.068

Teams

  1. Mercedes – 1:32.250
  2. Ferrari – 1:32.573 – +0.323
  3. Red Bull – 1:33.061 – +0.811
  4. Force India – 1:33.570 – +1.320
  5. McLaren – 1:33.985 – +1.735
  6. Williams – 1:34.028 – +1.778
  7. Toro Rosso – 1:34.086 – +1.836
  8. Haas – 1:34.241 – +1.991
  9. Renault – 1:34.339 – +2.089
  10. Sauber – 1:34.824 – +2.574
  11. Manor – 1:35.292 – +3.042

Laps

Drivers

  1. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 40
  2. Sergio Perez – Force India – 37
  3. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 37
  4. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 37
  5. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 36
  6. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 35
  7. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 35
  8. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 35
  9. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 34
  10. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 33
  11. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 33
  12. Felipe Massa – Williams – 33
  13. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 33
  14. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 30
  15. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 29
  16. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 29
  17. Jenson Button – McLaren – 29
  18. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 27
  19. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 26
  20. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 26
  21. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 26
  22. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 11

Teams

  1. Renault – 76
  2. Force India – 72
  3. Mercedes – 70
  4. Manor – 67
  5. McLaren – 66
  6. Williams – 66
  7. Ferrari – 60
  8. Toro Rosso – 60
  9. Red Bull – 58
  10. Sauber – 52
  11. Haas – 44

F1 2016: Malaysia GP – FP3 Times & Laps

Free Practice 3

Times

Drivers

  1. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:34.434
  2. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:34.879 – +0.445
  3. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:35.053 – +0.619
  4. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:35.150 – +0.716
  5. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:35.170 – +0.736
  6. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:35.461 – +1.027
  7. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:35.776 – +1.342
  8. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:35.902 – +1.468
  9. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:36.222 – +1.788
  10. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:36.227 – +1.793
  11. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:36.529 – +1.825
  12. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:36.363 – +1.929
  13. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:36.553 – +2.119
  14. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:36.604 – +2.170
  15. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:36.687 – +2.253
  16. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:36.687 – +2.253
  17. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:36.752 – +2.318
  18. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:36.765 – +2.331
  19. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:37.106 – +2.672
  20. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 1:37.961 – +3.527
  21. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:38.089 – +3.655
  22. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:41.199 – +6.765

Teams

  1. Mercedes – 1:34.434
  2. Red Bull – 1:34.879 – +0.445
  3. Ferrari – 1:35.150 – +0.716
  4. Force India – 1:35.776 – +1.342
  5. Williams – 1:35.902 – +1.468
  6. Toro Rosso – 1:36.222 – +1.788
  7. McLaren – 1:36.363 -+1.929
  8. Haas – 1:36.553 – +2.119
  9. Renault – 1:36.604 – +2.170
  10. Sauber – 1:36.765 – +2.331
  11. Manor – 1:37.961 – +3.527

Laps

Drivers

  1. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 22
  2. Felipe Massa – Williams – 20
  3. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 20
  4. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 20
  5. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 19
  6. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 19
  7. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 18
  8. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 18
  9. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 17
  10. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 17
  11. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 16
  12. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 16
  13. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 15
  14. Sergio Perez – Force India – 15
  15. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 15
  16. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 15
  17. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 14
  18. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 14
  19. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 14
  20. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 14
  21. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 13
  22. Jenson Button – McLaren – 11

Teams

  1. Renault – 39
  2. Toro Rosso – 38
  3. Williams – 37
  4. Sauber – 37
  5. Red Bull – 36
  6. Force India – 31
  7. Manor – 30
  8. Mercedes – 30
  9. Haas – 29
  10. Ferrari – 29
  11. McLaren – 25

Jenson Button: 300 GP and the Magic Formula

This weekend sees Formula One’s most experienced current driver celebrate a big milestone in his career. Jenson Button – who recently announced he would be taking a sabbatical next year – will start his 300th Grand Prix this weekend in Malaysia. It was the race where he took his first F1 podium, way back in 2004. Here’s a look at the numbers which make up his magic formula.

16 full seasons

Jenson Button made his debut back in 2000, driving for Williams. Since then he has enjoyed relationships with Benetton, Renault, BAR, Honda, Brawn, and now McLaren. He is currently competing in his 17th season of Formula One – his 7th for McLaren, the longest he has spent driving for any one team.

15 wins

While the past few years have been barren in terms of winning in Formula One, JB has wracked up 15 wins over the years. His first was of course the memorable 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix in mixed conditions. JB’s most recent win came at the season ending 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix, bookending his season having won the season opener in Australia that same year.

Winner at 12 tracks

JB’s 15 wins have come at 12 tracks, his most successful being Australia. He has won the Australian Grand Prix on three occasions – 2009, 2010 and 2012. He has also won in Malaysia, Bahrain, Spain, Monaco, Turkey, China, Canada, Hungary, Japan, Belgium, and Brazil.

50 podiums

There have also been a number of podium finishes for JB over his years competing in Formula One. His first podium was at the 2004 Malaysian Grand Prix and his most recent podium finish was the 2014 Australian Grand Prix. His most frequented podium spot is third – where he has stood 20 times – in relation to 15 times in first and 15 times in second.

Podiums at 16 races

JB has stood on the podium at 16 tracks over the course of his Formula One career. He has enjoyed more than one podium in Malaysia, the European Grand Prix, Canada, Germany, Italy, China, and Abu Dhabi. He has also stood on the podium in Bahrain, San Marino, Monaco, Japan, Belgium, Brazil, Turkey, Singapore and Australia. He has had three podiums – his most at any one race – in Germany, Italy and China.

8 pole positions

Most of JB’s victories have come from not starting on pole position, but he has qualified on top on eight occasions. Five of his pole positions have been converted into victories. His first pole position came at the 2004 San Marino Grand Prix while his most recent was the 2012 Belgian Grand Prix which he also won.

8 fastest laps

As well as pole positions, wins, and podiums, JB also has had eight fastest laps. His first was at the 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix – a race he started from pole and also won – while his most recent was at the 2012 Indian Grand Prix.

Average 8th in championship

JB has finished an average 8th position in the championship over 16 full seasons. His best finish was 1st in 2009 while his lowest finish was 17th in 2001. He currently lies 15th in the 2016 championship with one more point than he had at the end of the season last year.

11 consecutive points finishes in one season

JB’s longest streak of points finishes in a season came in his championship winning year of 2009. He won six of the first seven races, finished third in one of them, and then went on to pick up points in the next four races too. His longest consecutive points finish run overall was 12 which happened between 2005 and 2006. Scoring points in the last ten races of 2005 – including two podiums – he then scored at the first two races of the 2006 season.

6 wins in one season

There were six wins in 2009 for JB when Brawn took over the Honda Racing team after the Japanese manufacturers pulled out of F1 at the end of 2008. JB won six of the first seven races of the season and that remains his record of most wins in a year.

80% classified finishes records

Despite having some difficult years in Formula One with cars not quite performing as they should, JB still has a 80% classified finishing record. Of the 299 races he has started to date he has been classified as a finisher in 240 of them. 13 of these have been retirements but with him having completed over 90% of the race distance.

66% points finishes

Of his 240 classified finishes, 160 of them – or 66% – have been in the points.

3rd most experienced driver of all time

JB lies in third in the all time list of both entries and starts. He has entered 302 races to date and started 299 of them. Rubens Barrichello is the most experienced F1 driver of all time with 326 entries to his name (322 starts) while Michael Schumacher has 308 entries (306 starts). With five races still to come after Malaysia – JB’s 303rd entry – he will end 2016 tied on entries with Schumacher.

1 World Championship

And saving the best ’til last, JB is a world champion. After years of ups and downs he finally won the championship in 2009 with Brawn GP. His best championship finish before that had been 3rd in 2004 and he went on to finish second in 2011.

So there we have it. 16 full seasons + 15 wins + winner at 12 tracks + 50 podiums + podiums at 16 races +8 pole positions + 8 fastest laps + average 8th in championship + 11 consecutive points finishes + 6 wins in one season + 80% classified finishes + 66% finishes in points + 3rd most experienced driver of all time +  1 world championship = 300 GP!

 

F1 2016: Italian GP – FP2 Times & Laps

Free Practice 2

Times

Drivers

  1. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:22.801
  2. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:22.994 – +0.193
  3. Sebastian Vettel – Ferarri – 1:23.254 – +0.453
  4. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:23.427 – +0.626
  5. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:23.732 – +0.931
  6. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:24.003 – +1.202
  7. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:24.259 – +1.458
  8. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:24.299 – +1.498
  9. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:24.516 – +1.715
  10. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:24.549 – +1.748
  11. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:24.556 – +1.755
  12. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:24.587 – +1.786
  13. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:24.653 – +1.852
  14. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:24.674 – +1.873
  15. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:24.981 – +2.180
  16. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:25.083 – +2.282
  17. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:25.240 – +2.439
  18. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 1:25.275 – +2.474
  19. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:25.555 – +2.754
  20. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:25.614 – +2.813
  21. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:25.643 – +2.842
  22. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:25.833 – +3.032

Teams

  1. Mercedes – 1:22.801
  2. Ferrari – 1:23.427 – +0.626
  3. Red Bull – 1:23.732 – +0.931
  4. McLaren – 1:24.259 – +1.458
  5. Williams – 1:24.299 – +1.498
  6. Haas – 1:24.516 – +1.715
  7. Force India – 1:24.587 – +1.786
  8. Sauber – 1:24.981 – +2.180
  9. Manor – 1:25.083 – +2.282
  10. Toro Rosso – 1:25.240 – +2.439
  11. Renault – 1:25.555 – +2.754

Laps

Drivers

  1. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 45
  2. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 42
  3. Sergio Perez – Force India – 42
  4. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 41
  5. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 40
  6. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 40
  7. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 39
  8. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 38
  9. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 35
  10. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 33
  11. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 33
  12. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 33
  13. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 33
  14. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 31
  15. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 31
  16. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 28
  17. Jenson Button – McLaren – 28
  18. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 25
  19. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 25
  20. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 24
  21. Felipe Massa – Williams – 20
  22. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 13

Teams

  1. Renault – 84
  2. Mercedes – 82
  3. Force India – 82
  4. Haas – 68
  5. Toro Rosso – 64
  6. Williams – 61
  7. Ferrari – 61
  8. Red Bull – 58
  9. Sauber – 56
  10. McLaren – 52
  11. Manor – 51

F1 2016: Belgian GP – FP2 Times & Laps

Free Practice 2

Times

Drivers

  1. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:48.085
  2. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:48.341 – +0.256
  3. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:48.657 – +0.572
  4. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:49.023 – +0.938
  5. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:49.100 – +1.015
  6. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:49.161 – +1.076
  7. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:49.244 – +1.159
  8. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:49.419 – +1.334
  9. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:49.419 – +1.334
  10. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:49.648 – +1.563
  11. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:49.716 – +1.631
  12. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:49.772 – +1.687
  13. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:49.782 – +1.697
  14. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:49.916 – +1.831
  15. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:50.083 – +1.999
  16. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:50.151 – +2.066
  17. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:50.157- +2.072
  18. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:50.194 – +2.109
  19. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:50.375 – +2.290
  20. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:50.562 – +2.477
  21. Esteban Ocon – Renault – 1:50.659 – +2.574
  22. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:50.719 – +2.634

Teams

  1. Red Bull – 1:48.085
  2. Force India – 1:48.657 – +0.572
  3. Ferrari – 1:49.023 – +0.938
  4. Mercedes – 1:49.161 – +1.076
  5. Haas – 1:49.419 – +1.334
  6. McLaren – 1:49.419 – +1.334
  7. Manor – 1:49.716 – +1.631
  8. Toro Rosso – 1:49.916 – +1.831
  9. Sauber – 1:50.083 – +1.998
  10. Williams – 1:50.151 – +2.066
  11. Renault – 1:50.375 – +2.290

Laps

Drivers

  1. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 34
  2. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 33
  3. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 33
  4. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 32
  5. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 31
  6. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 30
  7. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 30
  8. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 30
  9. Felipe Massa – Williams – 29
  10. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 27
  11. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 27
  12. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 27
  13. Sergio Perez – Force India – 27
  14. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 27
  15. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 25
  16. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 25
  17. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 25
  18. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 24
  19. Jenson Button – McLaren – 23
  20. Esteban Gutierrez  – Haas – 23
  21. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 20
  22. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 19

Teams

  1. Renault – 66
  2. Mercedes – 66
  3. Ferrari – 57
  4. Force India – 57
  5. Manor – 56
  6. Red Bull – 54
  7. McLaren – 53
  8. Sauber – 51
  9. Toro Rosso – 50
  10. Williams – 48
  11. Haas – 43

F1 2016: German GP – FP2 Times & Laps

Free Practice 2

Times

Drivers

  1. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:15.614
  2. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:16.008 – +0.394
  3. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:16.208 – +0.594
  4. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:16.456 – +0.842
  5. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:16.490 – +0.876
  6. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:16.512 – +0.898
  7. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:16.781 – +1.167
  8. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:17.087 – +1.473
  9. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:17.148 – +1.534
  10. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:17.225 – +1.611
  11. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:17.342 – +1.728
  12. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:17.367 – +1.753
  13. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:17.425 – +1.811
  14. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:17.602 – +1.988
  15. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:17.686 – +2.072
  16. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:18.005 – +2.391
  17. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:18.056 – +2.442
  18. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:18.130 – +2.516
  19. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:18.193 – +2.579
  20. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:18.313 – +2.699
  21. Rio Haryanto – Manor – 1:18.591 – +2.977
  22. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:19.295 – +3.681

Teams

  1. Mercedes – 1:15.614
  2. Ferrari – 1:16.208 – +0.594
  3. Red Bull – 1:16.456 – +0.842
  4. Force India – 1:16.781 – +1.167
  5. McLaren – 1:17.087 – +1.473
  6. Toro Rosso – 1:17.342 – +1.728
  7. Williams – 1:17.425 – +1.811
  8. Haas – 1:17.602 – +1.988
  9. Renault – 1:18.056 – +2.442
  10. Sauber – 1:18.130 – +2.516
  11. Manor – 1:18.193 – +2.579

Laps

Drivers

  1. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 47
  2. Rio Haryanto – Manor – 47
  3. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 46
  4. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 45
  5. Sergio Perez – Force India – 44
  6. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 44
  7. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 43
  8. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 43
  9. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 42
  10. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 43
  11. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 41
  12. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 40
  13. Felipe Massa – Williams – 40
  14. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 39
  15. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 38
  16. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 38
  17. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 36
  18. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 32
  19. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 28
  20. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 21
  21. Jenson Button – McLaren – 16
  22. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 13

Teams

  1. Renault – 93
  2. Manor – 90
  3. Force India – 87
  4. Ferrari – 84
  5. Williams – 84
  6. Mercedes – 79
  7. Red Bull – 78
  8. Toro Rosso – 70
  9. Sauber – 69
  10. Haas – 55
  11. McLaren – 37