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# Interesting F1 Statistics Till The 2011 German Grand Prix

– Only 6 drivers have led a race this season; Mark Webber is yet to lead a single lap. Most laps led: Sebastian Vettel (435 out of 551 laps so far)

– Only 2 drivers have 9 starts and 9 finishes, Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber

– Sebastian Vettel is the only driver to have achieved podiums (9 in total) in all races so far this season (6 wins and 3 second place finishes). Mark Webber (5), Jenson Button (4), Fernando Alonso (4), Lewis Hamilton (3), Vitaly Petrov (1) and Nick Heidfeld (1)

– Red Bull Racing have maintained a 100 percent qualifying record with 9 pole positions. (Sebastian Vettel: 7 and Mark Webber: 2) *(Read: My Observations from 2011 British GP Qualifying)*

– Mark Webber has clocked 4 fastest laps this Formula1 season, Massa (1), Hamilton (1), Button (1), Vettel (1), Alonso (1)

– Red Bull have notched up 6 wins, Mclaren two and Ferrari one so far this season

– Red Bull is the only team to have completed all the laps this season: 1102 laps, Renault: 1066 laps, Force India: 1052 laps, McLaren: 1026 laps, Ferrari: 1013 laps

– Paul di Resta has completed 528 laps, 4 more than team mate Adrian Sutil

– Total no. of laps completed in the 2011 British GP – 1075 out of 1248, 12 drivers managed to finish all laps – 52

– Fernando Alonso’s British GP win was 27th of career; 5th in all time most wins table with Jackie Stewart

– Alonso’s fastest lap in the 2011 British GP was the 19th of career and is 11th in the all time fastest lap table with Damon Hill

– A total of 54 pit stops in the 2011 British GP; 1st by Michael Schumacher on lap 9 and last by Felipe Massa on lap 41

– Total no. of pit stops this season – 46+59+58+82+77+43+76+65+54= 560

– 35 points scored in the 2011 British GP was Ferrariâ€™s highest this season with 28 pointsÂ in Valencia as their 2nd best race. *(Read: My Observations from 2011 British Grand Prix)*

– Total no. of pit stops by top drivers this season â€“ Sebastian Vettel (26), Mark Webber (30), Lewis Hamilton (26), Jenson Button (29), Fernando Alonso (29), Felipe Massa (26), Michael Schumacher (25) and Nico Rosberg (27)

*F1 statistics on my blog should be up in the week leading up to the GP; do tune in to read them!*

*Statistics courtesy: Hiral Saha / Murari Kadam*

Kunal, will we get to see a Grand Slam (pole, all laps led, and fastest time) by any of the drivers? Has Vettel done this yet this season?

Regards,

Yamir Raj

I think Vettel scored a hat-trick in Valencia ’11