More than 4 million people turned up at race venues in 2017 to watch Formula 1. This figure is an 8% increase from 2016, as official figures show. Out of the 20 countries visited this season, the biggest percentage increase in terms of attendance from last year was Azerbaijan, at a staggering 58%.

While just 30,000 turned up in Baku in 2016, 71,451 decided to come along to the race this year, which saw Daniel Ricciardo take Red Bull’s first victory of the season. However, the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was still the lowest attended event of the year.

Top of the list in terms of the number of people who ventured to race was Great Britain.

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