2017 Baku Formula 2 Round
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2017 Baku Formula 2 Round
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Round details
Round 4 of 11 in the 2017 FIA Formula 2 Championship.
Baku Formula One circuit map.svg
Layout of the Baku City Circuit
LocationBaku City Circuit, Baku, Azerbaijan
CourseTemporary racing facility
6.003 km (3.730 mi)
Feature race
Date 24 June 2017
Laps 29
Pole position
Driver Monaco Charles Leclerc Prema Racing
Time 1:52.129
Podium
First Monaco Charles Leclerc Prema Racing
Second Netherlands Nyck de Vries Rapax
Third Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS
Fastest lap
Driver Monaco Charles Leclerc Prema Racing
Time 1:54.025 (on lap 24)
Sprint race

The 2017 Baku FIA Formula 2 round was a pair of motor races held on 23 and 25 June 2017 at the Baku City Circuit in Baku, Azerbaijan as part of the FIA Formula 2 Championship. It was the fourth round of the 2017 FIA Formula 2 Championship and was run in support of the 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

Classifications

Qualifying

Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Grid
1 1 Monaco Charles Leclerc Prema Racing 1:52.129 -- 1
2 7 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita ART Grand Prix 1:52.697 +0.568 2
3 10 Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS 1:52.865 +0.736 3
4 18 Netherlands Nyck de Vries Rapax 1:53.018 +0.889 4
5 6 Russia Artem Markelov Russian Time 1:53.135 +1.006 5
6 2 Italy Antonio Fuoco Prema Racing 1:53.220 +1.091 6
7 19 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto Jr. Rapax 1:53.313 +1.184 7
8 17 Spain Sergio Canamasas Trident 1:53.354 +1.225 8
9 9 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland DAMS 1:53.479 +1.350 9
10 12 Romania Robert Vi?oiu Campos Racing 1:53.670 +1.541 10
11 14 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara MP Motorsport 1:53.853 +1.724 11
12 20 France Norman Nato Arden International 1:53.900 +1.771 12
13 21 Indonesia Sean Gelael Arden International 1:54.032 +1.903 13
14 4 Sweden Gustav Malja Racing Engineering 1:54.286 +2.157 14
15 15 United Kingdom Jordan King MP Motorsport 1:54.295 +2.166 15
16 11 Switzerland Ralph Boschung Campos Racing 1:54.339 +2.210 16
17 8 Russia Sergey Sirotkin ART Grand Prix 1:54.384 +2.255 17
18 3 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Racing Engineering 1:54.688 +2.559 18
19 16 Malaysia Nabil Jeffri Trident 1:54.857 +2.728 19
20 5 Italy Luca Ghiotto Russian Time 2:06.148 +14.019 20
Source:[1]

Feature Race

The race was scheduled for 29 laps; however, an incident in lap 26 brought out the red flag and the race was stopped. The result was counted back at the end of lap 24.

Pos. No. Driver Team Laps Time / Gap Grid Points
1 1 Monaco Charles Leclerc Prema Racing 24 52:33.196 1 25 (6)
2 18 Netherlands Nyck de Vries Rapax 24 +3.469 4 18
3 10 Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS 24 +6.390 3 15
4 6 Russia Artem Markelov Russian Time 24 +11.694 5 12
5 20 France Norman Nato Arden International 24 +17.074 12 10
6 15 United Kingdom Jordan King MP Motorsport 24 +18.570 15 8
7 9 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland DAMS 24 +19.090 9 6
8 11 Switzerland Ralph Boschung Campos Racing 24 +21.348 16 4
9 17 Spain Sergio Canamasas Trident 24 +22.870 8 2
10 8 Russia Sergey Sirotkin ART Grand Prix 24 +24.042 17 1
11 4 Sweden Gustav Malja Racing Engineering 24 +24.828 14
12 7 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita ART Grand Prix 24 +25.696 2
13 14 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara MP Motorsport 24 +29.675 11
14 21 Indonesia Sean Gelael Arden International 24 +33.101 13
15 12 Romania Robert Vi?oiu Campos Racing 24 +33.320 10
16 5 Italy Luca Ghiotto Russian Time 24 +49.207 20
Ret 3 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Racing Engineering 11 Accident 18
Ret 16 Malaysia Nabil Jeffri Trident 9 Accident 19
Ret 2 Italy Antonio Fuoco Prema Racing 6 Accident/Wing 6
Ret 19 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto Jr. Rapax 0 Accident 7
Fastest lap: Monaco Charles Leclerc (Prema Racing) - 1:54.025 (on lap 24)
Source:[1]

Ralph Boschung did not make any pit stop but kept his 8th place since the race was stopped by red flag rather than finished.

Sprint Race

Pos. No. Driver Team Laps Time / Gap Grid Points
1 20 France Norman Nato Arden International 21 40:37.601 4 15
2 1 Monaco Charles Leclerc Prema Racing 21 +8.717 8 12 (2)
3 10 Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS 21 +11.574 6 10
4 8 Russia Sergey Sirotkin ART Grand Prix 21 +12.792 10 8
5 6 Russia Artem Markelov Russian Time 21 +12.890 5 6
6 7 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita ART Grand Prix 21 +14.472 12 4
7 5 Italy Luca Ghiotto Russian Time 21 +16.888 16 2
8 11 Switzerland Ralph Boschung Campos Racing 21 +21.387 1 1
9 14 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara MP Motorsport 21 +27.343 13
10 21 Indonesia Sean Gelael Arden International 21 +27.827 14
11 12 Romania Robert Vi?oiu Campos Racing 21 +31.612 15
12 2 Italy Antonio Fuoco Prema Racing 21 +32.664 19
13 4 Sweden Gustav Malja Racing Engineering 21 +34.645 11
14 19 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto Jr. Rapax 21 +35.789 20
15 17 Spain Sergio Canamasas Trident 21 +49.243 9
16 3 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Racing Engineering 21 +57.152 17
17 16 Malaysia Nabil Jeffri Trident 21 +1:38.931 18
Ret 18 Netherlands Nyck de Vries Rapax 8 Spin 7
Ret 9 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland DAMS 7 Engine 2
DSQ 15 United Kingdom Jordan King MP Motorsport 21 Disqualified 3
Fastest lap: Monaco Charles Leclerc (Prema Racing) - 1:53.635 (on lap 17)
Source:[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c "2017 FIA Formula 2 Baku results". FIA Formula 2 Championship. FIA Formula 2. 23 June 2017. Retrieved 2017.

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