Lewis Hamilton’s 100th pole position puts him far ahead of anyone else, though four drivers have higher strike rates of grabbing the top spot on the grid.
While Williams have gone 30 races in a row without scoring a point, McLaren is the only team to have scored with both cars in every race this year.
Sunday’s Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix was the first time in nine years that two British drivers had appeared on the podium.
Nikita Mazepin’s first-lap retirement was the shortest debut for a rookie in F1 for 19 years. Here’s more stats and facts from the 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari failed to lead a lap and never qualified on the front row all year on their way to their worst championship position for four decades.
Sergio Perez set a new record for the longest wait before winning a race, and became the first Mexican to win in F1 for 50 years. Here’s all the Sakhir Grand Prix stats.
Lewis Hamilton scored his fifth consecutive win in the longest Formula 1 race since the rain-drenched 2016 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton’s seventh world championship victory is his most dominant performance to date. He won the title earlier in the year and with a greater share of points than ever before.
A year since he criticised his Mexican Grand Prix trophy, Sebastian Vettel still hasn’t won another. Meanwhile Mercedes scored their 100th victory of the hybrid era.
While Mercedes are on course for a coronation at Imola this weekend, Lewis Hamilton will have to wait at least one more race to clinch the drivers’ championship.
Michael Schumacher’s 91 wins wasn’t the only Formula 1 record which was matched by Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes at the Nurburgring.
Mercedes have become the longest-running holders of Formula 1’s constructors championship title, breaking the record previously held by Ferrari.
Michael Schumacher announced his retirement when he won his 90th race. Lewis Hamilton didn’t when he reached the same milestone, and is on course to set a new wins record.
Pierre Gasly’s 0.415 second victory over Carlos Sainz Jnr was the closest finish a Formula 1 race has seen for a decade.
Ferrari scored their worst result since 2009 when Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc finished 13th and 14th in yesterday’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton broke another record for success, Kimi Raikkonen reached a new longevity milestone – and Ferrari are having their worst year since 1981.
Lewis Hamilton equalled another of Michael Schumacher’s records last weekend, while Racing Point were sentenced to a very unusual points deduction.
Lewis Hamilton overtook his hero Ayrton Senna’s record for most lights-to-flag Formula 1 victories, despite suffering a puncture on the final lap at Silverstone.
At the Hungaroring last weekend Mercedes had their biggest performance advantage over their rivals since the 2015 Australian Grand Prix.
Ferrari are only fifth in the constructors’ championship after the first two races. Will they be able to climb back up? A look at the Styrian Grand Prix stats.