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Canadian GP: Power Unit component use (after 6 rounds of 20)

Two drivers completed the Monaco Grand Prix with the same components they began the season with...
The drivers entered into the 2017 Formula 1 World Championship have used the below listed number of power unit elements during this season so far:

After the Spanish Grand Prix (Round 6 of 20)

ICE: Internal Combustion Engine
TC: Turbo Charger
MGU-H: Motor Generator Unit – Heat
MGU)-K: Motor Generator Unit – Kinetic
ES: Energy Store
CE: Control Electronics

CLICK HERE to compare with Power Unit component use ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix


Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 2, CE: 2
Valtteri Bottas
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 2, CE: 2

Red Bull-TAG Heuer
Daniel Ricciardo
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 1, CE: 2
Max Verstappen
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 1, ES: 1, CE: 2

Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel
ICE: 2, TC: 4, MGU-H: 3, MGU-K: 2, ES: 2, CE: 2
Kimi Raikkonen
ICE: 2, TC: 3, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 2, CE: 2

Force India-Mercedes
Sergio Perez
ICE: 1, TC: 1, MGU-H: 1, MGU-K: 1, ES: 1, CE: 1
Esteban Ocon
ICE: 1, TC: 1, MGU-H: 1, MGU-K: 1, ES: 2, CE: 1

Williams-Mercedes
Felipe Massa
ICE: 1, TC: 1, MGU-H: 1, MGU-K: 1, ES: 2, CE: 1
Lance Stroll
ICE: 1, TC: 1, MGU-H: 1, MGU-K: 1, ES: 1, CE: 1

McLaren-Honda
Fernando Alonso
ICE: 3, TC: 5, MGU-H: 5, MGU-K: 3, ES: 1, CE: 1
Stoffel Vandoorne
ICE: 2, TC: 5, MGU-H: 5, MGU-K: 3, ES: 5, CE: 5

STR-Renault
Daniil Kvyat
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 1, CE: 1
Carlos Sainz
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 3, MGU-K: 3, ES: 2, CE: 2

Haas-Ferrari
Romain Grosjean
ICE: 2, TC: 3, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 2, CE: 2
Kevin Magnussen
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 2, CE: 2

Renault
Nico Hulkenberg
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 2, CE: 2
Jolyon Palmer
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 1, CE: 2

Sauber-Ferrari
Marcus Ericsson
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 1, CE: 2
Pascal Wehrlein
ICE: 2, TC: 2, MGU-H: 2, MGU-K: 2, ES: 1, CE: 3





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