Lewis Hamilton was the only driver to be given penalty points during the Austrian Grand Prix, and now has more than any of his rivals.
The disruption to the start of the 2020 F1 season means Mercedes are now in their longest win-less streak of the turbo hybrid era. Here’s more stats and facts from F1’s unprecedented hiatus.
Lewis Hamilton broke three records in the final Formula 1 race in 2019 and scored the sixth ‘grand slam’ of his career.
The didn’t get to stand on the podium officially, but McLaren scored their first top three finish for over 2,000 days in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Its been seven years since two drivers from different teams fought for the title at the final race. Why are F1 championships going down to the wire less often?
Alexander Albon is out-scoring Max Verstappen, Mercedes reached a century of F1 wins but Ferrari failed to convert pole for the third race in a row.
Only Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas can now win the drivers’ championship, meaning Mercedes have swept both titles for the sixth year in a row.
Lewis Hamilton’s 82nd win means Mercedes remain unbeaten in Russia, while he broke another record previously held by Michael Schumacher.
Ferrari scored their first hat-trick of wins since 2008, while Alfa Romeo became the first ‘class B’ team to lead a race for four years.
Charles Leclerc has become the fifth driver to win the Italian Grand Prix in his first start as a Ferrari driver – and ended their longest wait for a home win.
Charles Leclerc scored his first F1 victory yesterday but despite a rising number of races fewer new winners are being produced.
Lewis Hamilton’s 81st win means he is 10 away from reaching Michael Schumacher’s all-time record of 91 – but there are just nine races left this year.
Robert Kubica broke a record which has stood for over five decades by scoring his first point since 2010 in the German Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton’s sixth victory at Silverstone means he has now scored more wins at home than any other British driver.
Max Verstappen’s sixth F1 win on Sunday extended his unusual record for winning the most races without ever starting from pole position.
Mercedes’s French Grand Prix victory leaves them poised to match McLaren’s 31-year-old record for most consecutive F1 wins.
Sebastian Vettel joined Lewis Hamilton and 10 other drivers in failing to be credited with a victory despite being the first driver to see the chequered flag.
Lewis Hamilton surpassed Michael Schumacher’s record for most pole positions with the same team – and led from light to flag for the second race running.
Mercedes are dominating Formula 1 again and that means Lewis Hamilton is on course to equal – or even beat – Michael Schumacher’s record of 91 race wins.
Mercedes achieved a first by scoring their fourth consecutive one-two finish of the 2019 F1 season so far in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.