Drivers F1 2017
Drivers F1 2017

Who Will Be The Drivers Of Formula 1 In 2017?

Drivers f1 2017: Who will be the drivers of Formula 1 in 2017? Confirmed Valtteri Bottas in Mercedes and Felipe Massa in Williams, the grid is completed for next season. 20 riders (two fewer than in 2016 after the closing of Manor) will again fight for their goals since the Australian Grand Prix.

Who will be the Drivers f1 2017? The year has already begun and the start of pre – season testing at the Montmelo circuit approaches, so teams have already confirmed their drivers for next season. This year we will spend eleven to ten teams after the unfortunate closure of team Manor and therefore have twenty cars on track and not twenty as in previous years. Yes, again we will have two Spaniards, Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz .

Pilot changes:

– In Mercedes Valtteri Bottas replaces Nico Rosberg retired , who announced his departure Championship just days after champion.

– At McLaren, Stoffel Vandoorne replaces Jenson Button , who is retiring from Formula 1.

– Young Lance Stroll debut in F1 with Williams in 2017 and Felipe Massa returns to F1 after his brief retirement to replace Valtteri Bottas.

French Esteban Ocon replaces Nico Hülkenberg at Force India .

– Kevin Magnussen leaves his seat at Renault to accompany Romain Grosjean in Haas.

– Nico Hülkenberg signed for Renault .

– German Pascal Wehrlein reaches Sauber , where he will occupy the seat of Felipe Nasr.

– The team Manor closes its doors due to financial problems.

– They leave Formula 1 Nico Rosberg, Jenson Button, Esteban Gutierrez and Felipe Nasr.

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Formula 1 driver grid in 2017





Lewis Hamilton

Valtteri Bottas


Sebastian Vettel

Kimi Räikkönen

Red Bull

Daniel Ricciardo

Max Verstappen


Fernando Alonso

Stoffel Vandoorne


Lance Stroll

Felipe Massa

Force India

Esteban Ocon

Sergio Pérez

Haas F1

Romain Grosjean

Kevin Magnussen

Toro Rosso

Carlos Sainz

Daniil Kvyat


Nico Hülkenberg

Jolyon Palmer

Sauber F1

Marcus Ericsson

Pascal Wehrlein


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