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Silverstone Circuit is a motor racing circuit in England next to the Northamptonshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury. The circuit straddles the Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire border, with the current main circuit entry on the Buckinghamshire side. The Northamptonshire towns of Towcester (5 miles) and Brackley (7 miles) and Buckinghamshire town of Buckingham (6 miles) are close by, and the nearest large towns are Northampton and Milton Keynes.
|1 (+1)||Sebastian Vettel||2||25||1:30.696||233.83 Kph|
|2 (-1)||Lewis Hamilton||1||18||1:31.245||232.42 Kph|
|3 ( - )||Kimi Räikkönen||3||15||1:30.795||233.58 Kph|
|4 ( - )||Valtteri Bottas||4||12||1:31.377||232.09 Kph|
|5 (+1)||Daniel Ricciardo||6||10||1:31.589||231.55 Kph|
|6 (+5)||Nico Hülkenberg||11||8||1:33.405||227.05 Kph|
|7 (+3)||Esteban Ocon||10||6||1:33.606||226.56 Kph|
|8 (+5)||Fernando Alonso||13||4||1:33.482||226.86 Kph|
|9 (-2)||Kevin Magnussen||7||2||1:33.604||226.57 Kph|
|10 (+2)||Sergio Pérez||12||1||1:33.472||226.89 Kph|
|11 (+6)||Stoffel Vandoorne||17||0||1:33.551||226.7 Kph|
|12 (+7)||Lance Stroll||19||0||1:33.869||225.93 Kph|
|13 (+1)||Pierre Gasly||14||0||1:33.465||226.9 Kph|
|14 (+4)||Sergey Sirotkin||18||0||1:34.620||224.13 Kph|
|15 (-10)||Max Verstappen||5||Brakes||1:32.007||230.5 Kph|
|16 (-8)||Romain Grosjean||8||Collision||1:34.391||224.68 Kph|
|17 (-1)||Carlos Sainz||16||Collision||1:34.602||224.18 Kph|
|18 (-3)||Marcus Ericsson||15||Accident||1:33.675||226.4 Kph|
|19 (-10)||Charles Leclerc||9||Tyre||1:35.209||222.75 Kph|
|20 (-20)||Brendon Hartley||0||Power Unit||0 Kph|
Silverstone is the current home of the British Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 1948. The 1950 British Grand Prix at Silverstone was the first race in the newly created World Championship of Drivers. The race rotated between Silverstone, Aintree and Brands Hatch from 1955 to 1986, but relocated permanently to Silverstone in 1987.Flashback 2017
In the formation lap Jolyon Palmer suffered a hydraulic failure and retired from the race. Another formation lap was held and thus the grand prix was shortened to 51 laps instead of the scheduled 52 laps.
At the start, Hamilton easily pulled away opening a 1.6 seconds gap to Räikkönen after just one lap. Sebastian Vettel, starting from third, was overtaken by Max Verstappen. Valtteri Bottas started his slow run towards what would become a second place, overtaking both McLaren Honda driver Stoffel Vandoorne and Sergio Perez in a Force India, who started from eight and sixth respectively. A crash of the Toro Rosso drivers Carlos Sainz Jr. and Daniil Kvyat, caused by Kvyat, brought out the safety car on lap 2, with Sainz retiring while Kvyat continued but finished the race only fifteenth after receiving a drive-through penalty.
At the restart, once again Hamilton pulled away and, in the following laps, opened a gap towards second placed Kimi Räikkönen which allowed him to cruise to victory. Meanwhile, Bottas continued his charge and got up to fifth place before lap 7, overtaking Esteban Ocon and Nico Hulkenberg. Vettel, after the restart, was stuck behind the Red Bull of Max Verstappen and the two banged wheels as Vettel tried to overtake. Verstappen stayed in third but Vettel eventually got out in front of him after he pitted on lap 18, one lap earlier than Verstappen.
Bottas, who was the only one of the top ten who started on the slower but more durable soft tyres instead of the supersofts, stayed out until lap 32 and then pitted for supersofts. As he set fastest lap he soon caught up to Vettel and overtook him on lap 44, moving up into third. Meanwhile, Daniel Ricciardo, who started from 19th on the grid, also moved up, overtaking, among others, Fernando Alonso, Sergio Perez and Kevin Magnussen. He eventually finished fifth.
In the final laps, both Ferraris suffered punctures. On lap 49 Kimi Räikkönen suffered a puncture on his left front tyre. With a relatively short distance to the pits, Räikkönen only lost second place to Bottas and still managed to finish third. Vettel's puncture came on lap 51 with almost the entire lap remaining to return to the pits with a blown tire. Losing a significant amount of time, the blow out dropped him down to seventh place.
As a result of the race, Hamilton narrowed the gap to Vettel in the Drivers' Championship to just one point, while Mercedes expanded their lead in the Constructors' Championship to 55 points over Ferrari. [source: wikipedia]
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