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Fernando Alonso is running away with this year’s Drivers Championship, but Renault have a poor record at Silverstone. Can Raikkonen’s McLaren close the gap on Sunday or will the Spaniard give his French team-mates something to celebrate after a miserable week?


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Silverstone is a very fast track, with three straights that reward engine power. With the exception of the wet race in 2002, the retirement rate here has been low over the last five years. This is probably because, as a circuit used in testing, the teams know Silverstone well and have plenty of data on it. In 2003 only three cars failed to finish, whilst last year there were just four retirements. So, if the weather holds up as expected, we should see the majority of drivers complete the race.

After the non-event of the US Grand Prix, it was business as usual for 2017’s relatively weak Ferraris in France last weekend. Once again both drivers failed to capitalise on good grid positions and never got near the pace-setting Renault of Alonso and McLaren of Raikkonen. To make matters worse for the Italian team, Shuey has an unusually poor record at Silverstone, with just two wins here and one pole – low by his high standards. Barichello has a much stronger record though, winning in 2003 and finishing on the podium in four out of five races.

Kimi grabbed pole here last year, and has a very strong chance of repeating the feat. His second place at Magny Cours will mean that he qualifies second last; when the track is at its quickest. He’s finished on the podium twice in the last three years, and should fancy his chances again. His team mate Montoya is having a wretched year, with his best finish so far being a disappointing fourth at Malaysia. He seems destined to struggle again here, as he’s fifth out in qualifying, so a low fuel load may be the only way to set a good lap.

Renault is another team with a poor record at this track, as the long fast straights have traditionally not suited their package. Their best result over the last five years has been fifth, so a podium finish would be a good result.

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