Daniel Ricciardo set the fastest lap of the Singapore Grand Prix during his pursuit of Nico Rosberg at the end of the race.
Mercedes enjoyed one of their most straightforward victories of the season so far thanks to the strategic advantage afforded to them by the rules.
Two years ago Lewis Hamilton lost his pole position advantage at Monza but recovered to take victory – a feat he was unable to repeat after a similar start today.
Fernando Alonso set the fastest lap of the Italian Grand Prix – the first time McLaren have set the quickest lap in a race in over three years.
The stoppage during the Belgian Grand Prix handed teams the chance to gain an advantage by making a ‘free’ tyre change. But only a few did.
Lewis Hamilton gained 18 places during the Belgian Grand Prix but he wasn’t the only driver on the attack – Fernando Alonso also climbed the order.
The Mercedes drivers set the fastest laps in the Belgian Grand Prix in a race which saw drivers backing off considerably in order to preserve their tyres.
A poor start left Nico Rosberg down in fourth place at the end of lap one – and that was where he finished after a frustrating race.
On a day when everything seemed to go right for Lewis Hamilton, even his pit stops were close to un-improvable.
Daniel Ricciardo set the fastest lap of the German Grand Prix as Red Bull proved quick enough to keep Nico Rosberg’s Mercedes behind.
There was little variation in strategy between the point scorers at the Hungaroring, with one significant exception.
Kimi Raikkonen made the most progress during the Hungarian Grand Prix, climbing eight places to finish sixth.
Kimi Raikkonen set the fastest lap of the Hungarian Grand Prix immediately after his final pit stop.
Almost every driver who finished the British Grand Prix ignored Pirelli’s advice on tyre stint lengths.
Unusually the top five drivers on the grid all finished in the same order – however the driver who started sixth had a terrible race.
Nico Rosberg set the fastest lap of the British Grand Prix but Fernando Alonso’s McLaren was just a tenth of a second slower.
Could Nico Rosberg have reached the finish of the race without making a second pit stop? Other drivers went almost as far.
Having qualified on the front row of the grid for the Austrian Grand Prix Nico Hulkenberg endured a horrendous race and had fallen to 17th place when he retired.
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest lap as he chased down Nico Rosberg, but Sebastian Vettel’s lap times gave no indication he was about to suffer a blow-out.
Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen gained the most places during the European Grand Prix, while Sergio Perez made a pass he didn’t need to.