F1 driver marks GP Malaysia 2016

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F1 driver scores GP Malaysia 2016
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E s were several winners of the GP Malaysia. The right Daniel Ricciardo. The Australian deserved it after the bad luck in Spain and Monaco. The secret winner Nico Rosberg. He finished a race that seemed to have been lost in third place, with Lewis Hamilton also retiring. Then there was the moral winner. Lewis Hamilton had everything under control until the engine let him down.

The only one who gets the top grade from us is Hamilton. Because no one could hold a candle to him. He dominated from the first round of training on Friday until his failure. Ricciardo and Rosberg received the grade 9. Max Verstappen also earned it. He was a bit faster than Ricciardo, but had bad luck several times. At the start, with the last VSC phase, with the last set of tires.

Involved in a start collision n times. He triggered it, so it's his fault. But the matter is not as straightforward as it looked. She looked that way because it was he who met Rosberg. At Spa, the car in the sandwich collided with the car in the outside lane. The man looked better on the inside. Nevertheless, we can not give more than grade 5 for Vettel. It was a bit of a risk for a race that lasts 56 laps.

GP Malaysia scores in the gallery

Here is an overview of the GP Malaysia scores. In the gallery we have all 22 drivers in the individual review

  • Daniel Ricciardo: 9/10
  • Max Verstappen: 9/10
  • Nico Rosberg: 9/10
  • Kimi Raikkonen: 8/10
  • Valtteri Bottas: 8/10
  • Sergio Perez: 8/10
  • Fernando Alonso: 9/10
  • Nico H├╝lkenberg: 7/10
  • Jenson Button: 7/10
  • Jolyon Palmer: 8/10
  • Carlos Sainz: 6/10
  • Marcus Ericsson: 7/10
  • Felipe Massa: 6/10
  • Daniil Kvyat: 5 /10
  • Pascal Wehrlein: 6/10
  • Esteban Ocon: 6/10
  • Felipe Nasr: 6/10
  • Lewis Hamilton: 10/10
  • Esteban Gutierrez: 4/10
  • Kevin Magnussen: 6/10
  • Romain Grosjean: 6/10
  • Sebastian Vettel: 5/10

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