Voting open for 2017 F1 Racing Awards

F1 Racing magazine has launched its online voting to decide the winners of its annual Formula 1 awards, and you can have your say on each category

Voting open for 2017 F1 Racing Awards

Last year nearly 100,000 fans took part in the vote to decide the winners across nine categories.

Cast your vote in the 2017 F1 Racing Awards

Anyone can participate in the vote, covering driver of the year, car of the year, qualifier of the year, pitcrew of the year, overtake of the year, rookie of the year, drive of the year and finally team boss of the year.

Be quick to have your say as the winners will receive their awards at this year's Brazilian Grand Prix and the results will appear in a forthcoming issue of F1 Racing magazine. Voting closes on Monday 16 October.

2016 winners

Start of the year: Fernando Alonso (Russia, 14th to 7th)

Team boss of the year: Christian Horner

Overtake of the year: Max Verstappen (on Rosberg for 2nd at British GP on lap 16)

Qualifier of the year: Lewis Hamilton

Car of the year: Red Bull RB12

Rookie of the year: Stoffel Vandoorne

Pit crew of the year: Williams

Drive of the year: Max Verstappen, Spanish GP

Driver of the year: Max Verstappen

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