Tag: F1 Statistics

Lewis Hamilton vs. Nico Rosberg – A Formula1 Infographic

Posted: December 1, 2014 at 7:05 pm   /   Formula1 Infographic

The 2014 Formula1 Season will go down in history as the season when Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg fought tooth and nail (without actually using them) for the 2014 Drivers’ Championship. They went from being friends to team-mates to being friends again (or so they claimed!) as the season progressed. (Read: Still Friends, #NoProblem) In […]

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It Has Been A Year…

Posted: January 3, 2012 at 7:15 am   /   Media

3rd January, Michael Schumacher’s birthday and the day in 2011 when I decided to launch my own Formula1 blog. While the blog might be an amateur effort (I am trying to manage everything myself!), I try and make sure the content is not. Over the last 365 days I have managed over 120 posts, which […]

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Interesting F1 Statistics Till The 2011 German Grand Prix

Posted: July 22, 2011 at 5:38 pm   /   2011 Grand Prixs, British, F1 News

– 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 […]

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Interesting F1 Statistics From The 2011 European Grand Prix

Posted: July 6, 2011 at 6:01 am   /   Europe (Valencia), F1 News

– Red Bull Racing kept their 100% pole position record intact with Sebastian Vettel (7) and Mark Webber (1) – Red Bull registered their 21st win and 28th pole position in the European GP – Sebastian Vettel score his 16th GP win. His race win percentage is now 22.8% and 27th podium with podium finish […]

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