Daniil Kvyat (Retired, Lap 33): 7/10
It was rather an up and down weekend in Baku for Daniil Kvyat. He was looking strong in Friday's sole surviving practice session and was sixth fastest for the day despite overcooking it and planting the Toro Rosso in the wall after just nine laps. He showed that his pace was no fluke with sixth again in Saturday's final practice, and then sixth in qualifying itself. From this we can probably deduce that Kvyat was almost certainly the sixth fastest driver of anyone in Baku. Alas all that pace evaporated in the first stint of the race on Sunday when the soft tyres simply failed to work for him and he plummeted out of the top ten. A switch to medium tyres proved just the tonic and he was soon heading in the right direction again, recovering to tenth place before he clashed with Daniel Ricciardo at turn 3 on lap 31 which ended up forcing him into retirement. Kvyat was blameless in the incident as far as we could tell, so we're inclined to throw him an additional consolation point in the official F1i ratings - maybe one of those we confiscated from Ricciardo?