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Driver standings - Spanish Grand Prix 2017 // Wehrlein gets himself and Sauber on the board

Wehrlein gets himself and Sauber on the board
Credit: Sauber AG

There's no change at the top of the driver's championship, with Sebastian Vettel still leading Lewis Hamilton, although the Mercedes driver managed to close the gap a little with his race victory. Further back, Daniel Ricciardo leapfrogged his teammate by getting on the podium whilst Max was knocked out of the race in the first lap.

Further down the order, Pascal Wehrlein picked up his first points this season, with a solid four coming from his eighth place finish. That also means Sauber are on the board for the first time this year. Marcus Ericsson also moved up after a good finish, but he still has zero points.

PositionDriverTeamPoints
10Sebastian VettelScuderia Ferrari104
20Lewis HamiltonMercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport98
30Valtteri BottasMercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport63
40Kimi RäikkönenScuderia Ferrari49
51Daniel RicciardoRed Bull Racing37
6-1Max VerstappenRed Bull Racing35
70Sergio PérezSahara Force India F1 Team34
82Esteban OconSahara Force India F1 Team19
9-1Felipe MassaWilliams Martini Racing18
10-1Carlos Sainz JrScuderia Toro Rosso17
110Nico HülkenbergRenault Sport F1 Team14
120Romain GrosjeanHaas F1 Team5
132Pascal WehrleinSauber F1 Team4
14-1Kevin MagnussenHaas F1 Team4
15-1Daniil KvyatScuderia Toro Rosso4
165Marcus EricssonSauber F1 Team0
17-1Lance StrollWilliams Martini Racing0
182Fernando AlonsoMcLaren Honda0
19-2Antonio GiovinazziSauber F1 Team0
20-2Jolyon PalmerRenault Sport F1 Team0
21-2Stoffel VandoorneMcLaren Honda0
F1 driver championship1040AUSCHNBHRRUSESPSebastian VettelLewis HamiltonValtteri BottasKimi RäikkönenDaniel RicciardoMax VerstappenSergio PérezEsteban OconFelipe MassaCarlos Sainz JrNico HülkenbergRomain GrosjeanPascal WehrleinKevin MagnussenDaniil KvyatSelect name to toggle individual visibility or toggle all