Interesting Statistics From The 2011 Monaco Grand Prix

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The Canadian Grand Prix is eagerly awaited for many reasons. The double DRS zone and the Pirelli tyres are expected to make the action very interesting. However, here’s a quick look back at a few interesting statistics from the 2011 Monaco Grand Prix.

  • Sebastian Vettel’s 2011 Monaco GP win was the 15th of career (from 68 starts), with 20 poles and 25 podiums
  • Sebastian Vettel is now 14th in most wins table alongside Lewis Hamilton
  • Sebastian Vettel is 10th in most poles tally with Fernando Alonso and Damon Hill with 20 poles
  • In Monaco, Red Bull Racing scored their 26th pole and 20th win since Formula1 debut
  • David Coulthard scored Red Bull’s 1st ever F1 podiun in Monaco in 2006
  • Total pit stops in Monaco – 43 (first stop was by Michael Schumacher on the 12th lap; last by Nick Heidfeld on the 69th lap)
  • Mark Webber registered his 165th start; now stands 20th in most race starts table
  • Sebatian Vettel’s win percentage improved to 22.1% (16th place in table), Lewis Hamilton 17th with 19.5%, Fernando Alonso 20th with 15.8%
  • Mark Webber’s fastest lap in Monaco was 10th of his career and 4th of the season so far
  • Drivers managed to complete 1,604 laps at Monaco out of possible 1,794 (with 23 drivers)
  • Only Red Bull and Mclaren have completed all possible laps this season
  • Laps completed so far: 7,892 out of possible 8,734 (excluding HRT’s Australian GP DNQ and Sergio Perez in Monaco, but including Timo Glock’s 0 laps in Turkey as he qualified for race, but had a gear box problem)
  • Proposed laps in 2011: 8,928
  • Force India’s Paul di Resta is best rookie so far in terms of reliability having completed 354 laps out of 372 so far
  • After 6 races, the 2011 season has seen 140 starts from a proposed 144 starts; only 115 finishes out of possible 144
  • Total pit stops in 2011: 365

Statistics Courtesy: Hiral Saha

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  1. Rajiv says:

    Amazing stats Kunal. If possible can you get the average gear shifts done during the MONACO GP. Because that would be a great fact to add as it is a tight circuit constant up and down shifts has to be performed.