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F1 Driver Ratings: China 2018

Credit: Pirelli Motorsport

The Chinese Grand Prix was a slow burner but once the flame was lit, it was on fire. Daniel Ricciardo moved from 6th to 1st in the space of 12 laps as he overtook the leading runners on fresh soft tyres. Valtteri Bottas was unlucky not to win but held off Kimi Raikkonen to finish 2nd, Raikkonen himself taking 3rd. It was another superb race with lots of talking points.

The order you see below is the finishing order of the race.

2018 Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai

Daniel Ricciardo: 8.5/10

Valtteri Bottas: 9/10

Kimi Raikkonen: 8/10

Lewis Hamilton: 5/10

Max Verstappen: 3/10

Nico Hulkenberg: 8.5/10

Fernando Alonso: 8/10

Sebastian Vettel: 9/10

Carlos Sainz: 7/10

Kevin Magnussen: 8/10

Esteban Ocon: 7/10

Sergio Perez: 7/10

Stoffel Vandoorne: 6/10

Lance Stroll: 5.5/10

Sergey Sirotkin: 6/10

Marcus Ericsson: 6/10

Romain Grosjean: 6.5/10

Pierre Gasly: 3.5/10

Charles Leclerc: 4.5/10

RETIRED

Brendon Hartley: 4/10

Despite recording his worst race finish since Silverstone 2016, Sebastian Vettel came away with a score of 9 for his early race performance, along with Valtteri Bottas the driver who bested him after the opening round of pitstops. Meanwhile Max Verstappen, who hit Vettel in the closing stages, came away with the lowest ranking.

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