Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari have been voted Formula 1's most-popular driver and team in the Motorsport Network's 2017 Global Fan Survey.
The results of the F1 survey were revealed on Friday, ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix, based on more than 215,000 responses.
Hamilton edged Fernando Alonso to be named F1's most-popular driver, receiving 20.7% of the votes, more than double the level he recorded in the equivalent 2015 survey.
The three-time world champion was named by 47% of British fans as their favourite.
Alonso continued to receive tremendous support despite McLaren-Honda's on-track difficulties to gain 18.3% of the vote, ahead of Ferrari pair Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel, while Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo also reached double figures.
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Ferrari's return to winning form has helped lead to a growth in support, extending its advantage as the most popular team on the grid.
It was backed by 31.9% of those surveyed, which is almost twice as much as its nearest rivals.
Mercedes was the big mover, climbing from fifth to second from the 2015 results and enjoying 16.2% of the backing.
Although Mercedes was behind Ferrari on a global basis, it was the most popular team in Britain with 30.7% of the vote.
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