6 DANIEL RICCIARDO
Quick on Friday, but struggled to switch on the tyres in qualifying and ended up a lacklustre seventh fastest. After taking a strategic power-unit-component penalty, climbed back to seventh. That should have laid the foundation for a podium challenge but for the turbo letting him down. Good, but not as strong as his team-mate.
9 MAX VERSTAPPEN
The only negative about his weekend was the failure to improve on his second Q3 run and losing pole position. Other than that, he was quick, controlled the race well, toughed it out with Vettel on the first lap and never looked like losing victory. The missed pole slot costs him a mark, as the driver plays a key role in switching on the tyres.