Ferrari SF70H in Final Rounds

Scuderia Ferrari created the Ferrari SF70H Formula One racing vehicle to participate in the 2017 Formula One season. Kimi Räikkönen and Sebastian Vettel each operated the vehicle.

Under the hands of Vettel and Räikkönen, it made its competitive debut in the 2017 Australian Grand Prix, finishing first and fourth, respectively.

Vettel christened his SF70H “Gina” in keeping with his practise of giving his vehicles female nicknames. Ferrari SF70H is the fastest F1 car.

How has Ferrari SF70H performed at the finals rounds?

At the United States Grand Prix on Friday, Ferrari had a challenging day. After Vettel’s issues in Austin’s second practise session on Friday restricted him to just 11 laps, the team decided to swap out his chassis.

After a fantastic last try in Q3, Vettel finished in second position during qualifying, 2 tenths behind Hamilton. However, Räikkönen had to start from fifth because the Red Bull set the time first, even though he had the exact same time as Ricciardo.

On Sunday, Vettel overtook Hamilton with a flawless start, but he was unable to close the distance. On lap 6, Hamilton overtook him, and Vettel was unable to match his speed.

He tried a different approach with two pit stops, but he was only able to finish in second position. In the fight for the last podium spot, Räikkönen outperformed Bottas and had a fantastic performance.

Verstappen passed him on the final lap, but the Dutch driver was given a five-second penalty for going over the speed limit and gaining an advantage, which dropped him to fourth and gave Ferrari their first double-podium result since Hungary. For more information Visit AfterSportZ.

Ferrari also lost the Constructors’ Championship when Mercedes won their fourth straight championship.

Vettel trailed Hamilton in the Drivers’ Championship by 66 points one week later at the Mexico Grand Prix.

Vettel needed Hamilton to place 10th or worse and finish no lower than second in order to maintain his title aspirations.

Verstappen was given the pole position by Vettel at the very end of qualifying, his fourth of the year, by less than one tenth of a second. Räikkönen, who behind his colleague by three quarters of a second, could only achieve fifth place.

Verstappen and Hamilton passed Vettel at the beginning of the race. During the exit of turn 3, Vettel and Hamilton collided, inflicting damage to both cars and requiring both drivers to pit, with Hamilton needing fresh tyres due to a puncture and Vettel needing a new front wing.

Vettel restarted the race near the back of the pack but made a spectacular comeback to finish fourth. Nevertheless, Hamilton finished in ninth place to win the Drivers’ Championship, ending Vettel’s title chances.

Räikkönen started poorly, dropping many spots, but he also made a comeback to finish third.

Interlagos and Yas Marina hosted the most recent two races. Räikkönen placed third in Brazil, where Vettel won the race after passing Bottas at the start.

The German won the last podium spot in Abu Dhabi, ahead of his teammate and behind Bottas and Hamilton.

Ferrari finished second in the Constructors’ Championship as a consequence of these results, while Vettel and Räikkönen earned second and fourth in the Drivers’ Championship.