As Sebastian Vettel headed for retirement, Max Verstappen concluded the most dominant championship-winning campaign since his 2013 title.
George Russell became Formula 1’s newest winner in last weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix, meaning the series now has a dozen race-winners in its field.
While Max Verstappen broke one record, his Red Bull RB18 is closing on a benchmark set by the famed McLaren-Honda MP4/4.
Max Verstappen equalled Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel’s record of winning 13 races in a season, but from lower grid positions.
Max Verstappen won his second Formula 1 title in what was officially the slowest race the championship has ever held.
Qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix produced the closest fight for pole position involving three different teams for almost two decades.
Honda’s engines have won more than half of the Formula 1 races which have been held since the manufacturer announced its plans to leave the series.
Max Verstappen’s victory in last weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix was his fourth in a row, making this the longest winning streak of his career so far.
Max Verstappen has won the last two races from double-digit starting positions – a feat which only one other Formula 1 driver ever achieved.
Only a small fraction of the 1,070 world championship races have been won from a double-digit starting position. Max Verstappen achieved the latest last weekend.
Charles Leclerc has fallen so far behind Max Verstappen he could win all of the remaining races yet still lose the championship.
At the halfway point in the season, Ferrari has gained the most points compared to last year while Lewis Hamilton has seen the biggest drop.
More than half of the Formula 1 field have now won races, while Mick Schumacher scored his first points, and the second for car number 47.
For the fourth time in his career, Lewis Hamilton has gone 10 consecutive races without winning one. More stats and facts from the Canadian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc’s head must be spinning at the speed with which his championship fortunes have reversed in the space of just seven weeks.
Another pole without a win for Charles Leclerc leaves him with the second-lowest pole-win ratio of any driver in Formula 1 history. Here are more Monaco Grand Prix stats.
Max Verstappen scored the 24th win of his career in Spain, equalling the tally of five-times world champion Juan Manuel Fangio.
While Max Verstappen’s binary season continued, Fernando Alonso added only penalty points to his tally in F1’s first Miami Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen scored a ‘grand slam’ in Imola, making him only the 14th driver in Formula 1 history to achieve more than one.
With their second win from the first three races of the year, Ferrari have made their best start to a season since their dominant 2004 campaign.