Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes - 2017 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
It is not often you see Lewis Hamilton out-qualified and then beaten in a straight fight by his own team mate - but that is exactly what Bottas achieved at Yas Marina.
Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes - Formula 1 Grande Premio Heineken do Brasil 2017
He started from the pit lane after crashing in qualifying, but somehow fought his way back to fourth, almost grabbing the final podium spot in the closing laps.
Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari - Formula 1 Gran Premio de Mexico 2017
He fought back from 19th place after lap-one contact with both Hamilton and Verstappen to finish fourth. It wasn't enough to keep the title alive, but it did get your vote!
Max Verstappen, Red Bull - 2017 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix
His last-lap pass on Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen may have been deemed illegal, but it was a storming drive that took Verstappen from 16th on the grid to an incredible fourth place in Austin.
Max Verstappen, Red Bull - 2017 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix
He couldn't quite overhaul Lewis Hamilton for the win, but Max Verstappen kept the pressure on the Mercedes until the very end, finishing barely a second behind the silver car.
Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari - 2017 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix
No one had ever previously cracked the top ten starting from the back of the grid at Sepang - Vettel almost made the podium after an amazing drive to fourth place. Enough said.
Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes - 2017 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix
Starting a lowly fifth on the grid, Hamilton came through the Ferrari-Red Bull carnage at Turn 1 and then calmly controlled the race from the front, leading home Daniel Ricciardo by 4.5s.
Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull - Formula 1 Gran Premio Heineken d'Italia 2017
A charging drive at Monza saw Ricciardo come from 16th on the grid to finish fourth, with the Australian almost catching the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel in the closing laps.
Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes - 2017 Formula 1 Pirelli Belgian Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel dogged him all the way, but there was to be no denying Lewis Hamilton in what was his 200th Grand Prix as he took his third win at Spa-Francorchamps.
Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari - Formula 1 Pirelli Magyar Nagydij 2017
He trailed team mate Sebastian Vettel all the way in Budapest to take a superb second place and with it secure a record eighth podium finish at the Hungaroring.
Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull - 2017 Formula 1 Rolex British Grand Prix
A committed drive saw the affable Australian recover from an early error to battle all the way from 19th on the Silverstone grid to fifth place at the chequered flag.
Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes - Formula 1 Grosser Preis von Osterreich 2017
He made a storming start from pole and soaked up intense pressure from Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in the closing stages to secure the second victory of his F1 career, making him a worthy in winner in your eyes.
Lance Stroll, Williams - 2017 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix
The Canadian rookie notched up his first F1 podium with a superb drive at the Baku City Circuit, keeping his head as many more experienced drivers around him lost theirs. And he only lost second place by 0.1s!
Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari - Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada 2017
He started second, made early contact with Max Verstappen, pitted for a new nose and rejoined in last place. An amazing recovery drive to fourth at the flag was what earnt him your vote - and justly so.
Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari - Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2017
Team mate Kimi Raikkonen led away from pole, but it was Vettel who put in the quick times mid-race to move ahead and clinch the Scuderia's first Monte Carlo win since Michael Schumacher in 2001.
Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari - Formula 1 Gran Premio de Espana Pirelli 2017
He led into Turn 1 and even fended off Lewis Hamilton as he emerged from his final pit stop. In the end Sebastian Vettel couldn't hold off the marauding Mercedes, but his efforts deservedly won your plaudits.
Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes - 2017 Formula 1 VTB Russian Grand Prix
An excellent start set the stage for Bottas' maiden F1 win, but he didn't have it easy, the Finn withstanding intense pressure from Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in the closing stages to take his Sochi victory.
Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari - 2017 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix
Third on the grid, but a tactical masterclass put Vettel in charge in Sakhir - so much so that even a hard-charging Lewis Hamilton was unable to hunt the German down in the race's closing stages.
Max Verstappen, Red Bull - 2017 Formula 1 Heineken Chinese Grand Prix
A charge from 16th on the grid to third at the flag, holding off team mate Daniel Ricciardo in the closing laps, was more than enough for the young Dutchman to win your plaudits in Shanghai.
Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari - 2017 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix
The four-time world champion got his new season off to the very best of starts by soundly beating the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas in Melbourne.