Daniel Ricciardo’s triple pass on his way to victory during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix has clinched victory in the vote to be named the best overtake of 2017 in Formula 1.

The Red Bull driver nailed a safety car restart in Baku to pass both Williams drivers Lance Stroll and Felipe Massa plus Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg to overtake all three with one move in the sprint to turn one. The overtake hat-trick opened up the Azerbaijan race for the Australian who charged to victory and his only triumph of the season.

Formula 1 held an online vote to decide which pass came out on top of the 10 best overtakes in F1 this year, in which Ricciardo received the most nominations with three. In the runner-up spot, Sebastian Vettel’s pass on the Australian Red Bull driver in China narrowly missed out in the overall vote. But the German Ferrari driver did take two of the top three spots with his double-bluff pass on Valtteri Bottas during the Spanish Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton’s drive to wrapping up the 2017 F1 world title at the Mexican Grand Prix earnt him fourth spot in the vote after winning his tussle against Fernando Alonso in the closing stages of the race. Rounding out the top five overtakes of the year was Kevin Magnussen’s double pass on Felipe Massa, when the pair traded wheel touches, while Esteban Ocon also jumped into the action to overtake the Brazilian.

In sixth place, overall winner Ricciardo saw his second effort impress fans with his late lunge into turn one on Kimi Raikkonen during the Italian Grand Prix. The pair’s double pass on Bottas scored seventh place from the Belgian Grand Prix just ahead of Alonso’s overtake on fellow Spaniard Carlos Sainz Jr during the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Rounding out the top ten Sainz’s move around the outside of turn 19 on Sergio Perez at the United States race while Perez was also the loser in the final pass when he was sandwiched between Renault’s Hulkenberg and Force India team-mate Esteban Ocon at the bottom of Eau Rouge during the Belgian race.