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2014 FIA Formula One
World Championship season
Drivers' ChampionLewis Hamilton
Constructors' ChampionMercedes
Pole TrophyNico Rosberg
Previous:2013Next:2015
Support series:
Mercedes F1 W05 Hybrid, the car entered by World Constructors' Champion Mercedes

The 2014 Formula One season was the 65th season of the Formula One World Championship, a motor racing championship for Formula One cars which is recognised by the sport's governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), as the highest class of competition for open-wheel racing cars. The season started in Australia on 16 March and concluded in Abu Dhabi on 23 November. In the nineteen Grands Prix of the season a total of eleven teams and twenty-four drivers competed for the World Drivers' and World Constructors' Championships.

In 2014, the championship saw the introduction of a revised engine formula, in which the 2.4 litre V8 engine configuration—previously used between 2006 and 2013—has been replaced with a new formula specifying a 1.6 litre turbocharged V6 engine that incorporates an energy recovery system into its build.[1] The 2014 calendar features substantial revisions from the 2013 season; the Russian Grand Prix was held for the first time in a century at the Sochi Autodrom in Sochi,[2][3] and the Austrian Grand Prix was revived, with the race held at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.[4] The Indian Grand Prix was put on hiatus,[5] whilst the Korean Grand Prix was removed from the schedule entirely.[6]

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton won the 2014 World Drivers' Championship with 384 points and eleven victories, ahead of his team-mate, Nico Rosberg who won the 2014 inaugural Pole Trophy.[7] Mercedes secured their first Constructors' Championship in Russia, and finished the season with 701 points, 296 points ahead of Red Bull Racing.[8]

Teams and drivers[edit]

The following teams and drivers took part in the 2014 season.

Nat.                Team                         ConstructorChassisPower unitTyreNo.Nat.  Race drivers          RoundsNo.Nat.Free Practice drivers 
MalaysiaCaterham F1 TeamCaterham-RenaultCT05[9]Renault Energy F1-2014[10][11]P9
46
10
45
Sweden
United Kingdom
Japan
Germany
Marcus Ericsson[12]
Will Stevens[13]
Kamui Kobayashi[12][14]
André Lotterer[15][16]
1–16
19
1–11, 13–16, 19
12
45
45
46
United States
Spain
Netherlands
Alexander Rossi[17]
Roberto Merhi[14]
Robin Frijns[18]
ItalyScuderia FerrariFerrariF14 T[19]Ferrari 059/3[20]P7
14
Finland
Spain
Kimi Räikkönen[21]
Fernando Alonso[22]
All
All
N/A
IndiaSahara Force India F1 TeamForce India-MercedesVJM07[23]Mercedes PU106A Hybrid[24][25]P11
27
Mexico
Germany
Sergio Pérez[26]
Nico Hülkenberg[27]
All
All
34SpainDaniel Juncadella[28]
United KingdomLotus F1 TeamLotus-RenaultE22[29]Renault Energy F1-2014[11][30]P8
13
France
Venezuela
Romain Grosjean[31]
Pastor Maldonado[31]
All
All
30
31
France
France
Charles Pic[32]
Esteban Ocon[33][34]
RussiaMarussia F1 TeamMarussia-FerrariMR03[35]Ferrari 059/3[20][36]P4
17
United Kingdom
France
Max Chilton[37]
Jules Bianchi[38]
1–16
1–15
42United StatesAlexander Rossi[39][N 1]
United KingdomMcLaren Mercedes[43]McLaren-MercedesMP4-29[44]Mercedes PU106A Hybrid[25][45]P20
22
Denmark
United Kingdom
Kevin Magnussen[46]
Jenson Button[47]
All
All
N/A
GermanyMercedes AMG Petronas F1 TeamMercedesF1 W05 Hybrid[48][N 2]Mercedes PU106A Hybrid[25]P6
44
Germany
United Kingdom
Nico Rosberg[50]
Lewis Hamilton[51]
All
All
N/A
AustriaInfiniti Red Bull RacingRed Bull-RenaultRB10[52]Renault Energy F1-2014[11][53]P1
3
Germany
Australia
Sebastian Vettel[54]
Daniel Ricciardo[55]
All
All
N/A
SwitzerlandSauber F1 TeamSauber-FerrariC33[56]Ferrari 059/3[20][57]P21
99
Mexico
Germany
Esteban Gutiérrez[58]
Adrian Sutil[59]
All
All
36
37
37
Netherlands
Russia
Hong Kong
Giedo van der Garde[18]
Sergey Sirotkin[41][60]
Adderly Fong[34]
ItalyScuderia Toro RossoToro Rosso-RenaultSTR9[61]Renault Energy F1-2014[11][53]P25
26
France
Russia
Jean-Éric Vergne[62]
Daniil Kvyat[62]
All
All
38NetherlandsMax Verstappen[63]
United KingdomWilliams Martini Racing[64]Williams-MercedesFW36[65]Mercedes PU106A Hybrid[25][66]P19
77
Brazil
Finland
Felipe Massa[67]
Valtteri Bottas[67]
All
All
40
41
Brazil
United Kingdom
Felipe Nasr[18]
Susie Wolff[68]
Sources:[69][70][71]

Team changes[edit]

Driver changes[edit]

Daniel Ricciardo was chosen to take fellow Australian Mark Webber's place at Red Bull Racing after Webber's retirement from Formula One.

Mid-season changes[edit]

Caterham (top) and Marussia (bottom)—both seen here at the Singapore Grand Prix—went into administration late in the season.

Season calendar[edit]

Nations that hosted a Grand Prix in 2014 are highlighted in green, with former host nations shown in pink.

The following nineteen Grands Prix took place in 2014.[6][94][95]

RoundGrand PrixNat.                         Circuit                     Date
1Australian Grand PrixAustraliaMelbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne16 March
2Malaysian Grand PrixMalaysiaSepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur30 March
3Bahrain Grand PrixBahrainBahrain International Circuit, Sakhir6 April
4Chinese Grand PrixChinaShanghai International Circuit, Shanghai20 April
5Spanish Grand PrixSpainCircuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Barcelona11 May
6Monaco Grand PrixMonacoCircuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo25 May
7Canadian Grand PrixCanadaCircuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal8 June
8Austrian Grand PrixAustriaRed Bull Ring, Spielberg22 June
9British Grand PrixUnited KingdomSilverstone Circuit, Silverstone6 July
10German Grand PrixGermanyHockenheimring, Hockenheim20 July
11Hungarian Grand PrixHungaryHungaroring, Budapest27 July
12Belgian Grand PrixBelgiumCircuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot24 August
13Italian Grand PrixItalyAutodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza7 September
14Singapore Grand PrixSingaporeMarina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore21 September
15Japanese Grand PrixJapanSuzuka Circuit, Suzuka5 October
16Russian Grand PrixRussiaSochi Autodrom, Sochi[2]12 October
17United States Grand PrixUnited StatesCircuit of the Americas, Austin2 November
18Brazilian Grand PrixBrazilAutódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo9 November
19Abu Dhabi Grand PrixUnited Arab EmiratesYas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi23 November
Sources:[6][94][96]

Calendar changes[edit]

In 2014 Formula One travelled to Russia for the first time, with the Russian Grand Prix at a street circuit in the Sochi Olympic Park.

Regulation changes[edit]

Technical regulations[edit]

Car aesthetics proved controversial in 2014, with the demand for a low nose resulting in teams designing cars with a finger-like appendage—seen here in the nose of the Caterham CT05—dubbed the "alien" at the front of the chassis.[109]

Sporting regulations[edit]

Nico Rosberg, the inaugural FIA Pole Trophy winner

Season report[edit]

Mercedes secured their first World Constructors' Championship with a 1–2 finish in Russia.
Jules Bianchi—seen here in Bahrain—scored Marussia's first and only points in Formula One at the Monaco Grand Prix.

Mercedes won their first World Constructors' Championship after taking a 1–2 finish in Russia. Lewis Hamilton won his second World Drivers' Championship after a season-long battle with team-mate Nico Rosberg. Rosberg won the Australian and Monaco Grands Prix, and Hamilton the races in Malaysia, Bahrain, China and Spain after retiring in Australia. Mercedes team's run of victories ended in Canada where Rosberg and Hamilton were simultaneously hit with a power unit failure that put additional strain on their brakes. Hamilton was forced out of the race and while Rosberg was able to continue, his performance deteriorated and he ultimately finished second. Mercedes returned to the top of the podium in Austria, with Rosberg leading Hamilton across the finish line for his third victory of the season. Hamilton reclaimed ground in the championship standings in Britain winning after Rosberg was forced out with gearbox issues. Rosberg claimed the win in Germany, while Hamilton recovered to third after an accident in qualifying saw him start from twentieth place. Hamilton finished third in Hungary after starting from pit lane, ahead of Rosberg. Rosberg had to settle for second place in Belgium after contact with Hamilton early in the race, which ultimately prompted Mercedes to retire Hamilton's car. Hamilton went on to claim his sixth win of the season in Italy, ahead of Rosberg. Hamilton reclaimed the championship lead with a win in Singapore, while Rosberg was retired with a broken wiring loom. Hamilton claimed the win in rain- and accident-shortened Japan, ahead of Rosberg. Hamilton won the inaugural race in Russia, once again ahead of Rosberg. The result was enough for Mercedes to secure their first World Constructors' Championship. Hamilton took his first fifth consecutive win in the United States, again ahead of Rosberg. Rosberg took his fifth win of the season in Brazil, with Hamilton finishing in second. Hamilton carried a seventeen-point advantage into the title-deciding Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and went on to win the race while Rosberg struggled with electrical problems and finished outside the points. With eleven pole positions to his name, Rosberg won the inaugural FIA Pole Trophy.

Red Bull Racing finished second overall, after suffering a difficult start to the season when Sebastian Vettel retired and Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified from the Australian Grand Prix.[147][148] Red Bull appealed the disqualification, but the result was upheld by the International Court of Appeal.[149] Vettel went on to finish third in Malaysia, while Ricciardo retired, and both drivers scored points in Bahrain and China. Ricciardo recorded his first podium finish with a third place in Spain, while Vettel recovered to fourth place after technical problems and a penalty for a gearbox change saw him start the race from the fifteenth position. Ricciardo finished in third place in Monaco, while Vettel retired due to an issue with his power unit. Ricciardo took advantage of Mercedes team's difficulties in Canada to claim his maiden Grand Prix victory—and Renault's first with a turbocharged engine since the 1986 Detroit Grand Prix—while Vettel finished third. The team struggled in their home race in Austria, with Vettel retiring early and Ricciardo finishing eighth. Ricciardo returned to the podium in Britain, while Vettel finished fifth after a protracted battle with Alonso. Vettel and Ricciardo were fourth and sixth respectively in Germany. Ricciardo scored his second career win in Hungary, while Vettel finished seventh. Ricciardo scored his third career victory in Belgium while Vettel took fifth. In Italy, Ricciardo took fifth place, ahead of Vettel. Both drivers recorded podium finishes in Singapore. Vettel took the podium in third place in Japan, ahead of Ricciardo. Ricciardo took seventh place in Russia, ahead of Vettel. Ricciardo returned to the podium in the United States, while Vettel finished in seventh after started from pit lane following a complete change of his power unit. Vettel finished fifth in Brazil while Ricciardo retired when his front-left upright suspension was broken. Both drivers were thrown out of qualifying in Abu Dhabi after their cars failed scrutineering, and they started from the pit lane.

Williams were third, having started the season strongly when Valtteri Bottas scored more points in the opening race than the Williams team did during the 2013 season. Bottas and team-mate Felipe Massa went on to record points finishes in Malaysia and Bahrain. The team recorded another minor points finish in China, before Bottas showed enough pace to challenge Ricciardo for a podium position early in the Spanish Grand Prix, but eventually settled for fourth before being overtaken by Vettel late in the race. Massa finished seventh in Monaco, while Bottas retired. In Canada, Massa showed good enough pace to challenge for the lead in the late stages of the race until he collided with Sergio Pérez on the final lap. Massa qualified on pole in Austria, his first since the 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix, and he went on to finish in fourth while Bottas scored his first podium of his career, crossing the finish line in third place. Bottas secured his first back-to-back podium finishes scoring second place in Britain and soon after claimed his third consecutive podium finish after finishing in second place in Germany, while Massa retired on the opening lap in both Britain and Germany. In Hungary, Massa and Bottas were fifth and eighth, respectively. Bottas returned to the podium in Belgium, while Massa was outside the points. Massa took his first podium since the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix in Italy, ahead of Bottas. Massa took fifth place in Singapore, while Bottas narrowly gets the points finish, only to his tyres completely loss of grip in late stages. In Japan, Bottas and Massa are sixth and seventh, respectively. Bottas took his fifth podium of his career with a third place in Russia, while Massa finished outside the points. At the next round in the United States, Massa and Bottas finished fourth and fifth respectively. In Brazil, Massa took his second podium of the season and his fifth podium on his home soil in third place, while Bottas finished tenth. In the last race of the season in Abu Dhabi, both drivers stepped on the podium with Massa finishing second and Bottas third.

Ferrari finished fourth, with Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen scoring a mixed run of results throughout the season. Alonso took his first podium of the season with his third place finish in China, while Räikkönen had a string of relatively low-placed results, best of which so far was fourth place in Belgium. Both drivers recorded minor points in Canada and again in Austria. Alonso had to be content in sixth place in Britain after a rain-affected qualifying saw him start from sixteenth place, while Räikkönen crashed heavily on the opening lap, forcing the temporary stoppage of the race. Alonso finished in fifth place in Germany, while Räikkönen was outside the points. Alonso managed to get the team's best result with second place in Hungary, while Räikkönen returned to the points in sixth place. Räikkönen took fourth place in Belgium, while Alonso finished eighth but was promoted to seventh after Magnussen's penalty. In Italy, Alonso was retired with an ERS failure, while Räikkönen finished in tenth, but were promoted to ninth after Magnussen's penalty. Alonso took fourth place in Singapore, while Räikkönen took eighth. In Japan, neither Alonso nor Räikkönen took the points finish, as Alonso retired when his power unit suddenly lost its power due to electrical problem, while Räikkönen ended up in twelfth, bringing about an end to Ferrari's run of eighty-one consecutive points finishes—the longest run in Formula One history. Alonso took sixth place in Russia, while Räikkönen came home in ninth. Alonso repeated the result in the United States, while Räikkönen finished outside the points. In Brazil, Alonso finished sixth, ahead of Räikkönen. Both drivers recorded minor points in Abu Dhabi. It was first time since 1993 that Ferrari failed to win a race in a season.

McLaren secured fifth place. Following their first season without a podium finish in 2013, the team saw Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button finish second and third in Australia. Both drivers recorded points finishes in Malaysia, but were forced out of the Bahrain Grand Prix with clutch issues, and failed to score points in China and again in Spain. The team managed to recover in Monaco, with Button finishing sixth and Magnussen tenth after contact with Räikkönen. Button finished fourth in Canada after a string of late-race retirements helped him move up the order. Magnussen used his recent knowledge of the circuit to finish seventh in Austria, while Button's attempt at a different strategy failed, leaving him in eleventh. Button and Magnussen were fourth and seventh respectively in Britain. Button finished eighth in Germany, ahead of Magnussen, who was involved in a first-lap altercation with Massa. Button finished tenth in Hungary, while Magnussen was outside the points. In Belgium, Magnussen finished sixth ahead of Button, but was given a twenty-second time penalty after the race, demoting him to twelfth. In Italy, Magnussen and Button originally finished seventh and ninth respectively, but Magnussen received another time penalty—this time for five seconds—demoting him to tenth, while Button promoted to eighth. Magnussen took the final points in Singapore, while Button was forced out when his engine shut down. Button finished fifth in Japan, while Magnussen was outside the points. The team took fourth and fifth place in Russia, with Button finishing in front of Magnussen. Magnussen took eighth the United States, while Button failed to score points. Button finished fourth in Brazil whilst Magnussen finished ninth. In Abu Dhabi, Button finished fifth, while Magnussen finished outside the points.

Force India were classified sixth overall. In Bahrain, the team scored their first podium finish since the 2009 Belgian Grand Prix; Sergio Pérez, who finished third for the team in Bahrain, was on target to score another podium in Canada, but was rear-ended by Felipe Massa late in the race and both retired. Pérez briefly held the lead in Austria, but gradually fell back to sixth, and recorded the fastest lap, whilst Nico Hülkenberg battled Räikkönen for ninth. Hülkenberg finished eighth in Britain, while Pérez was outside the points. Both drivers scored minor points in Germany. Force India suffered their first double retirement of the season in Hungary as both drivers crashed out of the race. Pérez finished ninth in Belgium, while Hülkenberg was outside the points. Both drivers however were later promoted to eighth and tenth respectively after Kevin Magnussen was issued a time penalty shortly after the race. Pérez originally finished eighth in Italy, but were promoted to seventh after Magnussen's penalty, while Hülkenberg was outside the points. Hülkenberg finished ninth in Singapore, while Pérez recovered to seventh place after being forced to make an unscheduled pit stop following contact with Adrian Sutil. Hülkenberg and Pérez were eighth and tenth respectively in Japan. Pérez took the final points-scoring position in Russia, while Hülkenberg was outside the points. The team had another double retirement in United States, as Pérez collided with both Räikkönen and Sutil, forcing both himself and Sutil into retirement, while Hülkenberg ground to a halt later in the race with mechanical issues. Hülkenberg finished eighth in Brazil whilst Pérez finished outside the points. Hülkenberg and Pérez fared slightly better in Abu Dhabi, finished sixth and seventh respectively.

Scuderia Toro Rosso were seventh overall, with Russian rookie Daniil Kvyat becoming the youngest driver to score points in Formula One, having finished ninth in Australia. Jean-Eric Vergne finished eighth in Canada, while Kvyat retired with a mechanical failure. Both drivers retired in Austria: Kvyat after suffering a rear suspension failure, and Vergne with brake issues. Both drivers recorded points in Britain. Vergne finished ninth in Hungary, while Kvyat missed the points. Kvyat finished ninth in Belgium, while Vergne was outside the points. Vergne recorded the team's best result of the season with sixth place in Singapore. Vergne took ninth in Japan, while Kvyat qualified a career-best fifth in Russia, but fell down the order with fuel consumption problems. Vergne originally took ninth in the United States, but was demoted to tenth after he incurres a five-second penalty following contact incident with Grosjean. Daniil Kvyat finished outside the points after taking a ten-place grid penalty for an engine change. Both Toro Rossos finished outside the points in Brazil and Abu Dhabi, bringing a disappointing end to both drivers' careers with the team.

After missing the first test of pre-season, Lotus finished the season in eighth position, with Romain Grosjean finishing eighth in both Spain and Monaco, while Pastor Maldonado remained scoreless until he picked up two points for ninth place in the United States.

Marussia were classified ninth, owing to Jules Bianchi scoring points in Monaco as he finished the race in ninth place, but both drivers collided on the opening lap of the Canadian Grand Prix, bringing about an end to Max Chilton's run of twenty-five consecutive classified race finishes. Bianchi managed to score the team's best ever qualifying result with twelfth in Britain. He was later critically injured in an accident in the closing stages of the Japanese Grand Prix. The team later elected to sit out the United States round altogether before the team closed down ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix.[150]

Sauber and Caterham finished tenth and eleventh overall, with both teams having failed to score a point so far this season. Sauber suffered a string of retirements for both drivers while struggling with a car that was too heavy. Sutil took the team's best result by qualifying in ninth in the United States, but his performance was short-lived, as he was being collided from behind by Sergio Pérez, and the team ultimately endured their first pointless season in their twenty-two year history. Caterham spent the early races trading places with Marussia, but fell behind once Bianchi scored points for the Russian team in Monaco, despite an eleventh-place finish for Marcus Ericsson in the same race. In Belgium, Caterham opted to replace current driver Kobayashi with three time Le Mans winner and current FIA World Endurance Championship champion André Lotterer; however after out-qualifying Ericsson, he was forced to retire after a single lap when his power unit cut out. Team principal Tony Fernandes sold the team in July, but the transaction was never finalised and the team was put into administration following the Russian Grand Prix.[151] As a result, Caterham was forced to miss the United States and Brazilian Grands Prix.[150] They returned in time for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, entering Kamui Kobayashi alongside debutant Will Stevens. Kobayashi retired from the race, while Stevens was the final classified driver in seventeenth place.

Results and standings[edit]

Grands Prix[edit]

RoundNat.Grand PrixNat.Pole positionNat.Fastest lapNat.Winning driverNat.Winning constructorReport
1AustraliaAustralian Grand PrixUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyNico RosbergGermanyNico RosbergGermanyMercedesReport
2MalaysiaMalaysian Grand PrixUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
3BahrainBahrain Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergGermanyNico RosbergUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
4ChinaChinese Grand PrixUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyNico RosbergUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
5SpainSpanish Grand PrixUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanySebastian VettelUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
6MonacoMonaco Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergFinlandKimi RäikkönenGermanyNico RosbergGermanyMercedesReport
7CanadaCanadian Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergBrazilFelipe MassaAustraliaDaniel RicciardoAustriaRed Bull-RenaultReport
8AustriaAustrian Grand PrixBrazilFelipe MassaMexicoSergio PérezGermanyNico RosbergGermanyMercedesReport
9United KingdomBritish Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
10GermanyGerman Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyNico RosbergGermanyMercedesReport
11HungaryHungarian Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergGermanyNico RosbergAustraliaDaniel RicciardoAustriaRed Bull-RenaultReport
12BelgiumBelgian Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergGermanyNico RosbergAustraliaDaniel RicciardoAustriaRed Bull-RenaultReport
13ItalyItalian Grand PrixUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
14SingaporeSingapore Grand PrixUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
15JapanJapanese Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
16RussiaRussian Grand PrixUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonFinlandValtteri BottasUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
17United StatesUnited States Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergGermanySebastian VettelUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport
18BrazilBrazilian Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyNico RosbergGermanyMercedesReport
19United Arab EmiratesAbu Dhabi Grand PrixGermanyNico RosbergAustraliaDaniel RicciardoUnited KingdomLewis HamiltonGermanyMercedesReport

Drivers' standings[edit]

Points are awarded to the top ten classified finishers using the following structure:

Position 1st  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th  8th  9th  10th 
Points251815121086421

In the event of a tie, a count-back system is used as a tie-breaker, with a driver's best result used to decide the standings.[N 4]

Pos.Nat.DriverNo.Grands PrixPoints
AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
BHR
Bahrain
CHN
China
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
CAN
Canada
AUT
Austria
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
HUN
Hungary
BEL
Belgium
ITA
Italy
SIN
Singapore
JPN
Japan
RUS
Russia
USA
United States
BRA
Brazil
ABU
United Arab Emirates
1United KingdomLewis Hamilton44Ret11112Ret2133Ret1111121384
2GermanyNico Rosberg612222121Ret1422Ret222114317
3AustraliaDaniel Ricciardo3DSQRet443318361153473Ret4238
4FinlandValtteri Bottas7758875Ret732283411635103186
5GermanySebastian Vettel1Ret3654Ret3Ret54756238758167
6SpainFernando Alonso14449364656527Ret4Ret6669161
7BrazilFelipe Massa19Ret7715137124RetRet51335711432134
8United KingdomJenson Button223617†11116411481068Ret541245126
9GermanyNico Hülkenberg2765561055987Ret10129812Ret8696
10MexicoSergio Pérez1110DNS399Ret11†61110Ret8771010Ret15759
11DenmarkKevin Magnussen2029Ret131210977912121010145891155
12FinlandKimi Räikkönen77121087121010Ret1164981291371055
13FranceJean-Éric Vergne258RetRet12RetRet8Ret101391113691310131222
14FranceRomain Grosjean8Ret1112Ret88Ret1412RetRetRet161315171117†138
15RussiaDaniil Kvyat26910111014RetRetRet9Ret149111411141511Ret8
16VenezuelaPastor Maldonado13RetRet141415DNSRet1217†1213Ret14121618912Ret2
17FranceJules Bianchi17NCRet1617189Ret1514151518†181620†2
18GermanyAdrian Sutil9911RetRetRet17Ret131313Ret111415Ret21†16Ret16160
19SwedenMarcus Ericsson9Ret14Ret202011Ret18Ret18Ret17191517190
20MexicoEsteban Gutiérrez2112RetRet1616Ret14†19Ret14Ret1520Ret13151414150
21United KingdomMax Chilton4131513191914Ret1716171616Ret1718Ret0
22JapanKamui Kobayashi10Ret131518Ret13Ret161516Ret17DNS19RetRet0
23United KingdomWill Stevens46170
 –GermanyAndré Lotterer45Ret0
Pos.Nat.DriverNo.AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
BHR
Bahrain
CHN
China
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
CAN
Canada
AUT
Austria
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
HUN
Hungary
BEL
Belgium
ITA
Italy
SIN
Singapore
JPN
Japan
RUS
Russia
USA
United States
BRA
Brazil
ABU
United Arab Emirates
Points
Grands Prix
Key
ColourResult
GoldWinner
Silver2nd place
Bronze3rd place
GreenPoints finish
BlueNon-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
PurpleDid not finish (Ret)
RedDid not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
BlackDisqualified (DSQ)
WhiteDid not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light bluePracticed only (PO)
Friday test driver (TD)
(from 2003 onwards)
BlankDid not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)

Bold - Pole position
Italics - Fastest lap

Notes:


Constructors' standings[edit]

Pos.Nat.ConstructorNo.Grands PrixPoints
AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
BHR
Bahrain
CHN
China
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
CAN
Canada
AUT
Austria
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
HUN
Hungary
BEL
Belgium
ITA
Italy
SIN
Singapore
JPN
Japan
RUS
Russia
USA
United States
BRA
Brazil
ABU
United Arab Emirates
1GermanyMercedes612222121Ret1422Ret222114701
44Ret11112Ret2133Ret1111121
2AustriaRed Bull-Renault1Ret3654Ret3Ret54756238758405
3DSQRet443318361153473Ret4
3United KingdomWilliams-Mercedes19Ret7715137124RetRet51335711432320
7758875Ret732283411635103
4ItalyFerrari77121087121010Ret11649812913710216
14449364656527Ret4Ret6669
5United KingdomMcLaren-Mercedes2029Ret1312109779121210101458911181
223617†11116411481068Ret541245
6IndiaForce India-Mercedes1110DNS399Ret11†61110Ret8771010Ret157155
2765561055987Ret10129812Ret86
7ItalyToro Rosso-Renault258RetRet12RetRet8Ret101391113691310131230
26910111014RetRetRet9Ret149111411141511Ret
8United KingdomLotus-Renault8Ret1112Ret88Ret1412RetRetRet161315171117†1310
13RetRet141415DNSRet1217†1213Ret14121618912Ret
9RussiaMarussia-Ferrari4131513191914Ret1716171616Ret1718Ret2
17NCRet1617189Ret1514151518†181620†
10SwitzerlandSauber-Ferrari2112RetRet1616Ret14†19Ret14Ret1520Ret13151414150
9911RetRetRet17Ret131313Ret111415Ret21†16Ret1616
11MalaysiaCaterham-Renault9Ret14Ret202011Ret18Ret18Ret17191517190
10Ret131518Ret13Ret161516Ret17DNS19RetRet
45Ret
4617
Pos.Nat.ConstructorNo.AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
BHR
Bahrain
CHN
China
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
CAN
Canada
AUT
Austria
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
HUN
Hungary
BEL
Belgium
ITA
Italy
SIN
Singapore
JPN
Japan
RUS
Russia
USA
United States
BRA
Brazil
ABU
United Arab Emirates
Points
Grands Prix
Key
ColourResult
GoldWinner
Silver2nd place
Bronze3rd place
GreenPoints finish
BlueNon-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
PurpleDid not finish (Ret)
RedDid not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
BlackDisqualified (DSQ)
WhiteDid not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light bluePracticed only (PO)
Friday test driver (TD)
(from 2003 onwards)
BlankDid not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)

Bold - Pole position
Italics - Fastest lap

Notes:


Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Alexander Rossi was entered into the Belgian Grand Prix by Marussia as a replacement for Max Chilton.[40] However, following the first practice session, Chilton was reinstated as the team's racing driver, and Rossi only participated in the practice session.[39] Rossi was later nominated as Jules Bianchi's replacement for the Russian Grand Prix,[41] but the entry was ultimately withdrawn out of respect for the critically injured Bianchi.[42]
  2. ^ Mercedes renamed the F1 W05 chassis mid-season. Starting from the Spanish Grand Prix, the car became known as the "Mercedes F1 W05 Hybrid".[49]
  3. ^ The first two Free Practice sessions of the Monaco Grand Prix are traditionally held on the Thursday before the race.
  4. ^ In the event that two or more drivers achieve the same result an equal number of times, their next-best result is used. Should two or more drivers achieve equal results an equal number of times, the standings are settled in favour of the driver who was the first to achieve their best result.

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