2017 Spa-Francorchamps Formula 2 Round
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2017 Spa-Francorchamps Formula 2 Round
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Round details
Round 8 of 11 in the 2017 FIA Formula 2 Championship.
Spa-Francorchamps of Belgium.svg
Layout of the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
LocationCircuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot, Belgium
CoursePermanent racing facility
7.004 km (4.352 mi)
Feature race
Sprint race

The 2017 Spa-Francorchamps FIA Formula 2 round was a pair of motor races held on 26 and 27 August 2017 at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Stavelot, Belgium as part of the FIA Formula 2 Championship. It was the eighth round of the 2017 FIA Formula 2 Championship and was run in support of the 2017 Belgian Grand Prix.

Background

Charles Leclerc, once again, entered the round as the championship leader with a significant margin over nearest rival, Oliver Rowland. Rowland had closed the gap in the previous round in Hungary, but nevertheless was still 54 points behind the Monégasque driver.

For this round, Rapax had inherited an entirely new driver lineup with Sergio Canamasas and Nyck de Vries making way for Louis Delétraz and Roberto Merhi. Nyck de Vries and Louis Delétraz effectively switched seats with de Vries going from Rapax to Racing Engineering and Delétraz vice versa.[1]

Classifications

Qualifying

Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Grid
1 1 Monaco Charles Leclerc Prema Racing 2:20.842 -- 1
2 10 Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS 2:21.510 +0.668 2
3 9 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland DAMS 2:21.578 +0.736 3
4 4 Sweden Gustav Malja Racing Engineering 2:22.069 +1.227 4
5 2 Italy Antonio Fuoco Prema Racing 2:22.073 +1.231 5
6 3 Netherlands Nyck de Vries Racing Engineering 2:22.534 +1.692 6
7 5 Italy Luca Ghiotto Russian Time 2:22.952 +2.110 7
8 19 Spain Roberto Merhi Rapax 2:23.132 +2.290 8
9 6 Russia Artem Markelov Russian Time 2:23.180 +2.338 9
10 8 Thailand Alexander Albon ART Grand Prix 2:23.409 +2.567 10
11 14 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara MP Motorsport 2:23.424 +2.582 11
12 17 United States Santino Ferrucci Trident 2:23.459 +2.617 12
13 18 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Rapax 2:23.470 +2.628 13
14 11 Switzerland Ralph Boschung Campos Racing 2:23.737 +2.895 14
15 7 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita ART Grand Prix 2:23.788 +2.946 15
16 15 United Kingdom Jordan King MP Motorsport 2:24.127 +3.285 16
17 12 Romania Robert Visoiu Campos Racing 2:24.215 +3.373 17
18 20 France Norman Nato Arden International 2:24.437 +3.595 18
19 21 Indonesia Sean Gelael Arden International 2:25.039 +4.197 19
20 16 Malaysia Nabil Jeffri Trident 2:27.008 +6.166 20
Source:[2]

Feature Race

Pos. No. Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 6 Russia Artem Markelov Russian Time 25 52:50.172 9 25 (2)
2 5 Italy Luca Ghiotto Russian Time 25 +6.057 7 18
3 2 Italy Antonio Fuoco Prema Racing 25 +6.446 5 15
4 4 Sweden Gustav Malja Racing Engineering 25 +19.912 4 12
5 3 Netherlands Nyck de Vries Racing Engineering 25 +21.149 6 10
6 14 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara MP Motorsport 25 +29.356 11 8
7 19 Spain Roberto Merhi Rapax 25 +33.479 8 6
8 20 France Norman Nato Arden International 25 +35.611 18 4
9 17 United States Santino Ferrucci Trident 25 +42.735 12 2
10 12 Romania Robert Vi?oiu Campos Racing 25 +44.133 17 1
11 16 Malaysia Nabil Jeffri Trident 25 +47.608 20
12 8 Thailand Alexander Albon ART Grand Prix 25 +59.552 10
13 11 Switzerland Ralph Boschung Campos Racing 25 +1:00.217 14
14 18 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Rapax 25 +1:01.070 13
15 21 Indonesia Sean Gelael Arden International 25 +1:14.082 19
16 7 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita ART Grand Prix 24 +1 Lap 15
Ret 15 United Kingdom Jordan King MP Motorsport 1 Puncture 16
DNS 10 Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS 0 Fuel pressure 2
DSQ 1 Monaco Charles Leclerc Prema Racing 25 Disqualified 1 (4)
DSQ 9 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland DAMS 25 Disqualified 3
Fastest lap: Russia Artem Markelov (Russian Time) - 2:00.204 (on lap 18)
Source:[2]

Sprint Race

Pos. No. Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 14 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara MP Motorsport 18 39:40.215 1 15
2 3 Netherlands Nyck de Vries Racing Engineering 18 +0.623 2 12 (2)
3 5 Italy Luca Ghiotto Russian Time 18 +2.403 5 10
4 20 France Norman Nato Arden International 18 +3.109 10 8
5 1 Monaco Charles Leclerc Prema Racing 18 +3.820 8 6
6 19 Spain Roberto Merhi Rapax 18 +4.894 9 4
7 2 Italy Antonio Fuoco Prema Racing 18 +5.448 4 2
8 9 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland DAMS 18 +5.828 6 1
9 10 Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS 18 +6.690 20
10 17 United States Santino Ferrucci Trident 18 +9.202 11
11 4 Sweden Gustav Malja Racing Engineering 18 +9.629 3
12 18 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Rapax 18 +10.556 16
13 11 Switzerland Ralph Boschung Campos Racing 18 +10.865 15
14 15 United Kingdom Jordan King MP Motorsport 18 +11.095 19
15 16 Malaysia Nabil Jeffri Trident 18 +12.070 13
16 12 Romania Robert Vi?oiu Campos Racing 18 +13.709 12
17 21 Indonesia Sean Gelael Arden International 18 +14.121 17
18 8 Thailand Alexander Albon ART Grand Prix 18 +17.543 14
Ret 7 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita ART Grand Prix 14 Accident 18
Ret 6 Russia Artem Markelov Russian Time 12 Engine 7
Fastest lap: Netherlands Nyck de Vries (Racing Engineering) - 2:01.367 (on lap 2)
Source:[2]

References

  1. ^ "DE VRIES MOVES TO RACING ENGINEERING". FIA Formula 2 Championship. FIA Formula 2. 23 August 2017. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ a b c "2017 FIA Formula 2 Spa results". FIA Formula 2 Championship. FIA Formula 2. 27 August 2017. Retrieved 2017.

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