All the data from the 2011 British Grand Prix below.
Three-stop strategies were the order of the day for the front runners, plus a few others. Paul di Resta was the only driver to use hard tyres.
Even when Sebastian Vettel was free to chase Fernando Alonso, he couldn’t cut the gap to the Ferrari.
Lap one position change
The Ferraris did not start as well as expected – rather, it was Vettel who took the lead from his team mate.
Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher both made strong starts, picking up four places each, while Pastor Maldonado and Nico Rosberg both lost three places.
Follow all the drivers’ position changes throughout the race:
All lap times
Fernando Alonso set the fastest lap with a best time of 1’34.908.
The short pit lane entrance meant that drivers lapped around a second quicker on their in-laps, as you can see on this chart.
2011 British Grand Prix
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