2013 F1 race data

Laps per position
Started and finished
Laps led
Position change on lap one

Laps per position

How many laps each driver spent in each position during the season.

Sebastian Vettel6841851208020118250010111100000
Mark Webber6918521218310649504832122914771332182134
Fernando Alonso89166168118138149835610161016191863413300
Felipe Massa10386271101114122119695538584326352551133411
Jenson Button8757609169127121108103566154723136252012260
Sergio Perez01210184011614715412316513410237171913720000
Kimi Raikkonen411131168013074535196533320251856106080
Romain Grosjean361526378581013960668243283971158841541
Nico Rosberg10411211111912210368589829474033471110000
Lewis Hamilton661371381841119770476038413792434161811
Nico Hulkenberg825571318848988561104141526252241641000
Esteban Gutierrez201318332532418012913316711093814920880
Paul di Resta316222224501097372741341048086354016910120
Adrian Sutil1163626422337551086865441207455503212838177
Pastor Maldonado0000009232739868389132206140104461825170
Valtteri Bottas00012684921655776134136167151925936442
Jean-Eric Vergne0000461312533924888788511111684542320417
Daniel Ricciardo0010311011886684133113511476697883542230
Charles Pic00000000002229381272141322279910710
Giedo van der Garde0000000000012212174155273142729872
Jules Bianchi000000000003346749972302442374321
Max Chilton0000000000000511388416324925625047
Heikki Kovalainen0000000001726171613152711200

Started and finished

How many races each driver started, was classified in (covered more than 90% of race distance) and completed (covered 100% of race distance).

Sebastian Vettel191818
Mark Webber191615
Fernando Alonso191818
Felipe Massa191716
Jenson Button191916
Sergio Perez191914
Kimi Raikkonen171514
Romain Grosjean191513
Nico Rosberg191716
Lewis Hamilton191817
Nico Hulkenberg181713
Esteban Gutierrez191710
Paul di Resta191511
Adrian Sutil19159
Pastor Maldonado19169
Valtteri Bottas191710
Jean-Eric Vergne19147
Daniel Ricciardo19167
Charles Pic19152
Giedo van der Garde19153
Jules Bianchi19162
Max Chilton19193
Heikki Kovalainen221

Laps led

How many laps a driver led as a percentage of all the racing laps during the season (full season laps led) and of all the racing laps covered by that driver (driver’s season laps led).

DriverFull season laps ledDriver’s season laps led
Sebastian Vettel684/1131 (60.48%)684/1120 (61.07%)
Mark Webber69/1131 (6.1%)69/1049 (6.58%)
Fernando Alonso89/1131 (7.87%)89/1076 (8.27%)
Felipe Massa10/1131 (0.88%)10/1023 (0.98%)
Jenson Button8/1131 (0.71%)8/1126 (0.71%)
Sergio Perez0/1131 (0%)0/1116 (0%)
Kimi Raikkonen41/1131 (3.63%)41/929 (4.41%)
Romain Grosjean36/1131 (3.18%)36/962 (3.74%)
Nico Rosberg104/1131 (9.2%)104/1058 (9.83%)
Lewis Hamilton66/1131 (5.84%)66/1084 (6.09%)
Nico Hulkenberg8/1131 (0.71%)8/1039 (0.77%)
Esteban Gutierrez2/1131 (0.18%)2/1024 (0.2%)
Paul di Resta3/1131 (0.27%)3/982 (0.31%)
Adrian Sutil11/1131 (0.97%)11/934 (1.18%)
Pastor Maldonado0/1131 (0%)0/1044 (0%)
Valtteri Bottas0/1131 (0%)0/1070 (0%)
Jean-Eric Vergne0/1131 (0%)0/974 (0%)
Daniel Ricciardo0/1131 (0%)0/1041 (0%)
Charles Pic0/1131 (0%)0/969 (0%)
Giedo van der Garde0/1131 (0%)0/931 (0%)
Jules Bianchi0/1131 (0%)0/998 (0%)
Max Chilton0/1131 (0%)0/1103 (0%)
Heikki Kovalainen0/1131 (0%)0/126 (0%)

Position change on lap one

How many places a driver gained (positive) or lost (negative) on the first lap of every race, on average.

Pastor Maldonado+1.53+29
Esteban Gutierrez+1.42+27
Sergio Perez+1.26+24
Fernando Alonso+0.89+17
Giedo van der Garde+0.67+12
Paul di Resta+0.56+10
Nico Hulkenberg+0.56+10
Charles Pic+0.26+5
Jenson Button+0.26+5
Felipe Massa+0.26+5
Sebastian Vettel+0.21+4
Jules Bianchi+0.17+3
Max Chilton+0.11+2
Adrian Sutil+0.11+2
Romain Grosjean-0.32-6
Nico Rosberg-0.37-7
Heikki Kovalainen-4-8
Valtteri Bottas-0.53-10
Daniel Ricciardo-0.68-13
Kimi Raikkonen-0.81-13
Mark Webber-1.21-23
Lewis Hamilton-1.21-23
Jean-Eric Vergne-1.37-26

Last updated after the Brazilian Grand Prix

9 comments on “2013 F1 race data”

  1. Position change on lap one..

    What’s that with Kimi Räikkönen, average -1.5 and total -3. Kimi get plus two first race and -2 second race.
    That -3 must be result of Kimi’s penalty for qualifying Malesia.? Or what?

    Thanks for this site, there is AWESOME to see after race :)

    1. You’re welcome! There was an error in there, have fixed it.

      1. Still an error for Kimi, he only started 17 races.

        1. I don’t know what you’re referring to there – under the ‘Started’ column for Raikkonen it says 17.

  2. Massa, Webber and Sutil have had at least one lap at every single place!

    1. at his point you can add webber and grosjean to that list :)

  3. Hi Keith, i knocked up a few more stats based on this data, thought you might want to use it..
    I give you permission to use this in any way you see fit whatsoever, it is based on your (Keith Collantine of F1 Fanatic) data and i make no claim to this in any way, you may publish/republish, change or alter in any way, i make no claims of rights or ownership whatsoever.

  4. Christina Schwenke
    4th February 2016, 12:12


    my name is Christina Schwenke and I study computer science at the THM (in Germany). For my master development project I would like to analyze Formula 1 data with data mining algorithms. My question is, if I can use your data for this.

    Best wishes
    Christina Schwenke

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