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After England
Championship Standings:
Drivers
Pos Driver Points
1 Sebastian Vettel 177
2 Lewis Hamilton 176
3 Valtteri Bottas 154
4 Daniel Ricciardo 117
5 Kimi Raikkonen 98
6 Max Verstappen 57
7 Sergio Perez 52
8 Esteban Ocon 43
9 Carlos Sainz 29
10 Nico Hulkenberg 26
11 Felipe Massa 23
12 Lance Stroll 18
13 Romain Grosjean 18
14 Kevin Magnussen 11
15 Pascal Wehrlein 5
16 Daniil Kvyat 4
17 Fernando Alonso 2
18 Jolyon Palmer 0
19 Marcus Ericsson 0
20 Stoffel Vandoorne 0
21 Antonio Giovinazzi 0

Constructors
Pos Team Points
1 MERCEDES 330
2 FERRARI 275
3 RED BULL 174
4 FORCE INDIA 95
5 WILLIAMS 41
6 TORO ROSSO 33
7 HAAS 29
8 RENAULT 26
9 SAUBER 5
10 MCLAREN 2
  
 

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Max Verstappen & Daniel Ricciardo On Team Chemistry
  At Red Bull Racing
Max Verstappen's arrival into F1 has seen Red Bull Racing enter something of a new era of late. And with 6 podiums between them in the opening ten races so far this season, Verstappen and teammate Daniel Ricciardo are brimming with confidence ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix, as Mobil 1 The Grid found out. 
British GP: Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 Drivers

DRIVERS
1 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 - Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
3 - Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)

Mercedes romps to easy 1-2 at Silverstone
  Can't beat an Aldo Costa designed car

Mercedes scored an easy 1-2 at Silverstone on Sunday and it was never more evident than today how superior the Aldo Costa designed cars are. While both Ferraris blew their left front tire trying to catch the Mercedes, the two Mercedes were flawless.  Lewis Hamilton led every lap and won his 4th straight British GP and his 5th overall, tying Jim Clark. Kimi Raikkonen limped home in third place after stopping to change his blown Pirelli tire.

British GP Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Top-3 drivers
DRIVERS:

1 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2 – Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
3 – Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
Hamilton easily wins pole for British GP
  Raikkonen to start 2nd

Lewis Hamilton blew out the competition in qualifying for the British GP - more than half a second clear of the chasing pack. It was a record-equaling fifth Silverstone pole, and a third in a row for Hamilton. It leaves him one shy of equaling Schumacher for most F1 poles ever. Hamilton's lap of 1m26.600s was 0.547 sec faster than Kimi Raikkonen's Ferrari. Sebastian Vettel will start third after he was unable to improve his time on his final run because his team set him out in traffic that balked him.

British GP Friday Press Conference
  Team Reps
Mallya Press
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Team Reps
Christian HORNER (Red Bull)
Claire WILLIAMS (Williams)
Vijay MALLYA (Force India)
Cyril ABITEBOUL (Renault)
Andy COWELL (Mercedes)
Jonathan NEALE (McLaren)

British GP: Thursday Press Conference
  Six Drivers

DRIVERS
Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
Romain GROSJEAN (Haas)
Lance STROLL (Williams)
Jolyon PALMER (Renault)
Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)
Daniil KVYAT (Toro Rosso)
Pascal WEHRLEIN (Sauber)

Silverstone will be true test for new high-downforce cars
  Look for some real high speeds this weekend

It's the true test that the 2017 iteration of Formula One has been waiting for. Silverstone - the high-speed 5.891 km circuit, home to the British Grand Prix - is where fans will really see what these new beasts can do.  Silverstone was the fastest circuit on the F1 calendar back in the 1980s and, while repeated layout tweaks mean that particular honor now lies with Monza, the historic Northamptonshire track still boasts some of the most spectacular high-speed corners in world motorsport. Abbey, Copse, Maggots and Becketts, Stowe... this is a circuit where it's easier to count the bends that aren't high-speed. The perfect playground, then, for the current generation of Grand Prix machinery. 

Haas F1 preview the British GP
  F1
The 5.891-kilometer (3.660-mile), 18-turn Silverstone Circuit that is roughly a two-hour drive from London is considered one of Formula One’s power circuits. It is one of the series’ fastest venues, with an average speed of around 225 kph (140 mph) that is certain to increase after this year’s British Grand Prix thanks to the blindingly-quick speeds drivers are able to achieve with the current-generation car that is lower, wide and demonstrably faster.
Verstappen & Horner Preview The 2017 British GP
  Sunday at Silverstone

With Silverstone just a short drive from the team’s base in Milton Keynes, the British Grand Prix represents something of a second home race for Red Bull Racing. Mobil 1 The Grid spoke to Dutch teenager Max Verstappen, as well as RBR Team Principal Christian Horner to find out more about the track, the British fans and the opportunities in store for the team ahead of the race.

Austrian GP Sunday Press Conference
  Vettel: I needed one more lap to win
DRIVERS:

1 – Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) 
2 – Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) 
3 – Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
Bottas holds off Vettel to win Austrian GP
  0.6-second margin at finish

Mercedes Valtteri Bottas held off the closing Ferrari of F1 championship point leader Sebastian Vettel by 0.6-second to win the Austrian GP at the Red Bull Ring.  Daniel Ricciardo held off a closing Lewis Hamilton for the final podium position with Kimi Raikkonen rounding out the top-5 for Ferrari. Romain Grosjean drove a clean race to finish 6th for the Haas team - the best of the rest. Vettel extended his championship lead over Hamilton to 20 points with their 2nd and 4th place finishes today.

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