Lando Norris has overtaken Nico Hulkenberg as the Formula 1 driver who has scored the most points without winning a race.
Carlos Sainz Jnr is the latest Formula 1 driver to become a multiple grand prix winner but success still eludes Max Verstappen in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton said he hadn’t won 10 races in a row before Max Verstappen set the record because he had “stronger” team mates. Is he right?
Max Verstappen broke new ground with his Dutch Grand Prix victory, becoming the first driver to go unbeaten in their first three races on home soil.
Alpine’s new driver pairing have collided twice in their first 12 races together and lost points on several other occasions.
Lando Norris has comfortably out-scored his new team mate so far but Oscar Piastri is getting closer all the time.
Logan Sargeant is the first driver to use the number two in F1 since Stoffel Vandoorne in 2018. And Sargeant is faring no better than his predecessor.
George Russell out-scored Lewis Hamilton last year but the seven-times champion has hit back since Mercedes abandoned its ‘zero’ sidepods.
What was supposed to be Nyck de Vries’ first full year as an F1 driver ended after 10 rounds, and now Daniel Ricciardo is the benchmark for Yuki Tsunoda to beat.
Aston Martin should be second in the championship, but as one driver has scored less than a quarter of their points the team is punching below its weight.
Kevin Magnussen led the way at Haas last year but he faces much tougher competition from Nico Hulkenberg now.
Sergio Perez began the season looking like a championship contender but his team mate Max Verstappen soon asserted his supremacy.
Max Verstappen can’t achieve a maximum points score this year but he could get closer to it than any driver before him has.
The Hungarian Grand Prix saw the closest qualifying session since 2010 but another dominant win for Max Verstappen – which broke a 35-year-old record.
The fastest Ferrari-powered driver in qualifying was Zhou Guanyu, but three other teams made greater gains in Hungary than Alfa Romeo.
Max Verstappen added to his ever-growing list of F1 achievements at the British GP, but team mate Sergio Perez had the indignity of being knocked out in Q1.
Max Verstappen’s domination continued at the Austrian GP, and having scored 91.6% of the points available after nine rounds there has been no one more dominant at this stage.
Max Verstappen and Red Bull both reached significant statistical landmarks with their victory in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Qualifying data reveals why Red Bull have reached Q3 less often than three of their rivals and who is the only driver who hasn’t beaten his team mate yet.
Are Red Bull beatable? George Russell became the first driver to overhaul one in a race this year – but Max Verstappen scored a crushing grand slam.