Formula One Driver Power Rankings: Lewis Hamilton is the champion – Beyond the Flag


MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – OCTOBER 27: Pascal Wehrlein of Germany driving the (94) Sauber F1 Team Sauber C36 Ferrari (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

After the 18th race of the 2017 season in the Mexico in the books, which drivers rank where Formula One driver power rankings?

With 18 races down in the 20-race 2017 Formula One season, just two races remain on the schedule in Brazil and Abu Dhabi. With the champion already having been crowed, there should not be much pressure for drivers in those races, although both should still be entertaining events.

Which drivers rank where in the Formula One driver power rankings as we head into the 19th race of the season in Brazil at Autódromo José Carlos Pace in two weeks?

Here are the updated Formula One driver power rankings following the action from the Mexican Grand Prix. Which drivers rank where after Max Verstappen and Red Bull Racing’s dominant victory?

NOTE:  

The “Last Race” category includes each driver’s rankings in the previous edition of the Formula One driver power rankings, which were from after the United States Grand Prix.

Dropped from rankings:

Daniil Kvyat, Toro Rosso, Renault — (-5)

 

#20 and #19

[Last Race: 20th (-)] — Another retirement for Marcus Ericsson in Mexico keeps him at a grand total of 0 points this season. When the 2017 Formula One season ends, he may very well end up tied with Brett Favre and Peyton Manning as far as points earned go this season.
[Last Race: 19th (-)] — Pascal Wehrlein finished ahead of his Sauber teammate Marcus Ericsson for the fifth time in the last six races, but he did so without scoring a point. He hasn’t scored points in any of the last 10 races now as the season winds down.


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