Sebastian Vettel led team mate Kimi Raikkonen home for a Ferrari one-two in Sunday’s Formula 1 Pirelli Magyar Nagydíj 2017. With Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton finishing fourth, it means Vettel extends his grand prix championship lead to 14 points heading into the summer break.
RacerViews’s Steve Sziklai was there.
POS. DRIVER TEAM TIME POINTS
1 SEBASTIAN VETTEL FERRARI 1:39:46.713 25
2 KIMI RÄIKKÖNEN FERRARI +0.908s 18
3 VALTTERI BOTTAS MERCEDES +12.462s 15
4 LEWIS HAMILTON MERCEDES +12.885s 12
5 MAX VERSTAPPEN RED BULL RACING +13.276s 10
6 FERNANDO ALONSO MCLAREN +71.223s 8
7 CARLOS SAINZ TORO ROSSO +1 lap 6
8 SERGIO PEREZ FORCE INDIA +1 lap 4
9 ESTEBAN OCON FORCE INDIA +1 lap 2
10 STOFFEL VANDOORNE MCLAREN +1 lap 1
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