F1 2010 statistics

Results
F1 2010 championship standings
Wins
Pole positions
Fastest laps
Podiums
Racing laps completed
Racing laps led
Retirements
Average grid position
Average finishing position
Qualifying comparison gap
New engines used

Results

BAHAUSMALCHISPAMONTURCANEURBRIGERHUNBELITASINJAPKORBRAABU
Jenson Button7 (8)1 (4)8 (17)1 (5)5 (5)– (8)2 (4)2 (5)3 (7)4 (14)5 (5)8 (11)– (5)2 (2)4 (4)4 (5)12 (7)5 (11)3 (4)
Lewis Hamilton3 (4)6 (11)6 (20)2 (6)14 (3)5 (5)1 (2)1 (1)2 (3)2 (4)4 (6)– (5)1 (2)– (5)– (3)5 (8)2 (4)4 (4)2 (2)
Michael Schumacher6 (7)10 (7)– (8)10 (9)4 (6)12 (7)4 (5)11 (13)15 (15)9 (10)9 (11)11 (14)7 (21)9 (12)13 (9)6 (10)4 (9)7 (8)– (8)
Nico Rosberg5 (5)5 (6)3 (2)3 (4)13 (8)7 (6)5 (6)6 (10)10 (12)3 (5)8 (9)– (6)6 (14)5 (7)5 (7)17 (6)– (5)6 (13)4 (9)
Sebastian Vettel4 (1)– (1)1 (3)6 (1)3 (2)2 (3)– (3)4 (3)1 (1)7 (1)3 (1)3 (1)15 (4)4 (6)2 (2)1 (1)– (1)1 (2)1 (1)
Mark Webber8 (6)9 (2)2 (1)8 (2)1 (1)1 (1)3 (1)5 (2)– (2)1 (2)6 (4)1 (2)2 (1)6 (4)3 (5)2 (2)– (2)2 (3)8 (5)
Felipe Massa2 (2)3 (5)7 (21)9 (7)6 (9)4 (4)7 (8)15 (7)11 (5)15 (7)2 (3)4 (4)4 (6)3 (3)8 (24)– (12)3 (6)15 (9)10 (6)
Fernando Alonso1 (3)4 (3)13 (19)4 (3)2 (4)6 (24)8 (12)3 (4)8 (4)14 (3)1 (2)2 (3)– (10)1 (1)1 (1)3 (4)1 (3)3 (5)7 (3)
Rubens Barrichello10 (11)8 (8)12 (7)12 (11)9 (17)– (9)14 (15)14 (11)4 (9)5 (8)12 (8)10 (12)– (7)10 (10)6 (6)9 (7)7 (10)14 (6)12 (7)
Nico H???lkenberg14 (13)– (15)10 (5)15 (16)16 (13)– (11)17 (17)13 (12)– (8)10 (13)13 (10)6 (10)14 (9)7 (8)10 (17)– (9)10 (11)8 (1)16 (15)
Robert Kubica11 (9)2 (9)4 (6)5 (8)8 (7)3 (2)6 (7)7 (8)5 (6)– (6)7 (7)– (8)3 (3)8 (9)7 (8)– (3)5 (8)9 (7)5 (11)
Vitaly Petrov– (17)– (18)– (11)7 (14)11 (19)13 (14)15 (9)17 (14)14 (10)13 (15)10 (13)5 (7)9 (23)13 (20)11 (12)– (13)– (20)16 (10)6 (10)
Adrian Sutil12 (10)– (10)5 (4)11 (10)7 (11)8 (12)9 (11)10 (9)6 (13)8 (11)17 (19)– (13)5 (8)15 (11)9 (15)– (15)– (14)12 (22)13 (13)
Vitantonio Liuzzi9 (12)7 (13)– (10)– (18)15 (16)9 (10)13 (18)9 (6)16 (14)11 (20)16 (21)13 (16)10 (12)12 (19)– (16)– (17)6 (17)– (16)– (16)
Sebastien Buemi16 (15)– (12)11 (13)– (13)– (14)10 (13)16 (14)8 (15)9 (11)12 (16)– (16)12 (15)12 (16)11 (14)14 (13)10 (18)– (16)13 (20)15 (18)
Jaime Alguersuari13 (18)11 (17)9 (14)13 (12)10 (15)11 (17)12 (16)12 (16)13 (17)– (17)15 (15)– (17)13 (11)16 (15)12 (11)11 (16)11 (15)11 (14)9 (17)
Jarno Trulli17 (20)– (20)17 (18)– (20)17 (18)15 (19)– (19)– (20)21 (19)16 (21)– (17)15 (20)19 (15)– (17)– (21)13 (19)– (18)19 (18)21 (19)
Heikki Kovalainen15 (21)13 (19)– (15)14 (21)– (20)– (18)– (20)16 (19)– (20)17 (18)– (18)14 (19)16 (13)18 (18)16 (19)12 (20)13 (21)18 (19)17 (20)
Karun Chandhok– (24)14 (24)15 (22)17 (24)– (24)14 (23)20 (24)18 (24)18 (23)19 (23)
Bruno Senna– (23)– (23)16 (23)16 (23)– (21)– (22)– (22)– (22)20 (24)19 (20)17 (22)– (18)– (22)– (23)15 (23)14 (24)21 (24)19 (23)
Pedro de la Rosa– (14)12 (14)– (12)– (17)– (12)– (15)11 (13)– (17)12 (16)– (9)14 (14)7 (9)11 (24)14 (16)
Kamui Kobayashi– (16)– (16)– (9)– (15)12 (10)– (16)10 (10)– (18)7 (18)6 (12)11 (12)9 (23)8 (17)– (13)– (10)7 (14)8 (12)10 (12)14 (12)
Timo Glock– (19)– (21)– (16)– (19)18 (22)– (20)18 (21)– (21)19 (22)18 (19)18 (23)16 (18)18 (20)17 (24)– (18)14 (22)– (19)20 (17)– (21)
Lucas di Grassi– (22)– (22)14 (24)– (22)19 (23)– (21)19 (23)19 (23)17 (21)– (22)– (24)18 (21)17 (22)20 (21)15 (20)– (21)– (22)– (21)18 (22)
Christian Klien– (22)22 (23)20 (24)
Sakon Yamamoto20 (24)– (22)19 (24)20 (19)19 (23)16 (24)15 (23)
Nick Heidfeld– (14)8 (11)9 (13)17 (15)11 (14)

F1 2010 championship standings

Wins

DriverWins
Fernando Alonso5
Sebastian Vettel5
Mark Webber4
Lewis Hamilton3
Jenson Button2

Pole positions

DriverPole positions
Sebastian Vettel10
Mark Webber5
Fernando Alonso2
Lewis Hamilton1
Nico H???lkenberg1

Fastest laps

DriverFastest laps
Fernando Alonso5
Lewis Hamilton5
Sebastian Vettel3
Mark Webber3
Jenson Button1
Robert Kubica1
Vitaly Petrov1

Podiums

DriverPodiums
Mark Webber10
Fernando Alonso10
Sebastian Vettel10
Lewis Hamilton9
Jenson Button7
Felipe Massa5
Nico Rosberg3
Robert Kubica3

Racing laps completed

PosDriverLaps completed
1Fernando Alonso1120
2Felipe Massa1074
3Sebastian Vettel1066
4Jaime Alguersuari1045
5Mark Webber1043
6Rubens Barrichello1030
7Nico Rosberg1029
8Michael Schumacher1023
8Jenson Button1023
10Adrian Sutil1002
11Lewis Hamilton1001
12Robert Kubica995
13Vitaly Petrov939
14Heikki Kovalainen926
15Nico H???lkenberg923
16Sebastien Buemi891
17Vitantonio Liuzzi832
18Timo Glock821
19Jarno Trulli816
20Lucas di Grassi769
21Kamui Kobayashi720
22Bruno Senna700
23Pedro de la Rosa537
24Karun Chandhok479
25Sakon Yamamoto331
26Nick Heidfeld269
27Christian Klien149

Racing laps led

DriverLaps led
Sebastian Vettel382
Mark Webber317
Jenson Button145
Fernando Alonso126
Lewis Hamilton100
Felipe Massa42
Nico Rosberg16
Sebastien Buemi1

Retirements

Drivers who complete more than 90% of a race distance are classified as finishers and not counted as retirements

DriverMechanicalAccidentTotal retirements
Bruno Senna729
Timo Glock729
Kamui Kobayashi448
Lucas di Grassi628
Pedro de la Rosa527
Jarno Trulli707
Vitantonio Liuzzi156
Heikki Kovalainen325
Sebastien Buemi145
Vitaly Petrov235
Nico H???lkenberg134
Adrian Sutil224
Lewis Hamilton123
Robert Kubica303
Sebastian Vettel213
Karun Chandhok022
Jaime Alguersuari202
Jenson Button112
Rubens Barrichello112
Nico Rosberg112
Mark Webber022
Michael Schumacher112
Sakon Yamamoto101
Fernando Alonso011
Christian Klien101
Nick Heidfeld011
Felipe Massa011

Average grid position

PosDriverAverage starting position
1Sebastian Vettel2.0
2Mark Webber2.5
3Lewis Hamilton5.2
4Fernando Alonso5.8
5Jenson Button6.9
6Robert Kubica6.9
7Nico Rosberg7.4
8Felipe Massa7.8
9Rubens Barrichello9.4
10Michael Schumacher9.9
11Nico H???lkenberg11.2
12Adrian Sutil12.2
13Nick Heidfeld13.4
14Kamui Kobayashi13.9
15Vitaly Petrov14.2
16Pedro de la Rosa14.4
17Sebastien Buemi14.8
18Vitantonio Liuzzi15.1
19Jaime Alguersuari15.3
20Heikki Kovalainen18.8
21Jarno Trulli18.8
22Timo Glock20.1
23Lucas di Grassi21.9
24Bruno Senna22.3
25Sakon Yamamoto22.7
26Christian Klien23.0
27Karun Chandhok23.5

Average finishing position

PosDriverAverage finishing position
1Sebastian Vettel3.63
2Lewis Hamilton3.75
3Mark Webber4.00
4Jenson Button4.47
5Fernando Alonso4.56
6Robert Kubica5.94
7Nico Rosberg6.53
8Felipe Massa7.11
9Michael Schumacher8.65
10Kamui Kobayashi9.27
11Adrian Sutil9.80
12Rubens Barrichello9.88
13Vitantonio Liuzzi11.23
14Nick Heidfeld11.25
15Vitaly Petrov11.43
16Pedro de la Rosa11.57
17Jaime Alguersuari11.88
18Nico H???lkenberg11.93
19Sebastien Buemi12.07
20Heikki Kovalainen15.31
21Karun Chandhok16.88
22Jarno Trulli17.27
23Bruno Senna17.44
24Lucas di Grassi17.60
25Timo Glock17.60
26Sakon Yamamoto18.17
27Christian Klien21.00

Qualifying comparison gap

Average advantage over team mate in seconds in the last part of qualifying in which both appeared.

PosDriverAverage gap to mate in same session
1Timo Glock-1.86
2Robert Kubica-0.75
3Adrian Sutil-0.69
4Christian Klien-0.58
5Bruno Senna-0.54
6Kamui Kobayashi-0.33
7Fernando Alonso-0.30
8Nico Rosberg-0.28
9Lewis Hamilton-0.16
10Rubens Barrichello-0.14
11Jarno Trulli-0.08
12Sebastien Buemi-0.05
13Sebastian Vettel-0.05
14Mark Webber0.05
15Jaime Alguersuari0.05
16Heikki Kovalainen0.08
17Nico H???lkenberg0.14
18Jenson Button0.16
19Sakon Yamamoto0.21
20Michael Schumacher0.28
21Felipe Massa0.30
22Nick Heidfeld0.33
23Pedro de la Rosa0.34
24Vitantonio Liuzzi0.69
25Vitaly Petrov0.75
26Karun Chandhok1.00
27Lucas di Grassi1.86

New engines used

Drivers can use a maximum of eight engines in the course of a season. They receive a ten-place grid penalty for each additional engine they use.

DriverNew engines used
Nick Heidfeld9
Felipe Massa9
Christian Klien8
Fernando Alonso8
Jenson Button8
Lewis Hamilton8
Michael Schumacher8
Nico Rosberg8
Sebastian Vettel8
Adrian Sutil8
Vitantonio Liuzzi8
Sebastien Buemi8
Jaime Alguersuari8
Jarno Trulli8
Heikki Kovalainen8
Kamui Kobayashi8
Timo Glock8
Lucas di Grassi8
Nico H???lkenberg8
Mark Webber8
Bruno Senna8
Rubens Barrichello8
Robert Kubica8
Vitaly Petrov8

44 comments on “F1 2010 statistics”

  1. How come i cant find a simple “championship standings” on this page, you seem well on the ball keith, i cant imagine you’ve not got one of these.

    1. It’s on the F1 2010 Season page – I’ve put a direct link through on here to make it easier to find.

      1. thanks, i looked on that page first and couldn’t find it, now i look again its deffinatley there…. must have been sleep deprived. :)

      2. What about one of the most important things – race data? It could be also interesting as it is more important then qualifying comparisons… There are no points given on Saturday…

        1. Err…. that’s precisely the driver standings, right?

      3. well, you certainly made it awkward to find. There is a list of all kinds of statistics, the reader has to scan through the whole list until eventually: “ow thereeeeeee it is!”. I’ve tried to look for this simple thing several times through your website, and because its so much bother i usually click and go to another website just to look at the championship standing because it takes me there with a direct clear link.

        Whats even more strange is that you’ve hyper-linked the F1 2010 championship standings table from within this title:

        * Webber takes championship lead – points standings in full

        I think the reader can see who is the championship leader if they eventually get to find the table! When you read the first few words of the title above, one gets the impression that it is in fact some kind of an article instead. My suggestion is please make clear Hyperlink title from the Website:

        “F1 2010 championship standings”.

        1. you can always click ctrl+F and search it :]

  2. This is a great site. Please help me with a research question Keith. How many cars have been dnf’d due to first corner accidents at the start of a race in 2010. Thanks, sir………….thomm……..

    1. I’m not sure, but I think noone retired in a first corner accident this year. There were crashes in first lap (Australia, China), but I can’t remember any first corner accident with a retiree (I hope that’s a word).

  3. Looks good Keith, interesting how reliable most established teams were (not counting Sauber).

  4. Thanks Keith,

    Just a thought, didn’t Hamilton have 2 mechanical DNF’s (SPA, HUN). Other than that its very informative.

    1. True but as it says

      “Drivers who complete more than 90% of a race distance are classified as finishers and not counted as retirements”

      1. Good point Rob, consider me corrected.

        Thanks

    2. Yes as Robert says. Ditto for Alonso – car stopped in Malaysia but he was classified.

      1. Lewis Hamilton should have two mechanical retirements. Barcelona and Hungary, both of which were under 90% distance.

        1. Spain wasn’t, he’d completed 64 of 66 laps.

  5. Is there somewhere that I can find the engines-used counts and details?

  6. I seem to remember seeing a “Laps Led” tally that I can’t find anymore. Anyone know where I can find it?

    1. also you missed out the 88 laps lead by the safety car!

  7. Does anyone know Lewis’ average finishing position before Italy, it would be interesting to know.

  8. Where can I find each drivers engine usage for the season?

    1. It’s just been added to the page.

  9. with Ferrari using 7 engines from 14 races how on earth are they going to finish the last 5 races with just one?
    i suspect they will end up being demoted 10 grid places for sure at some stage near the end which will be a heart break for those fans as it will surely not help there tile chances.

    1. maybe its 5 grid places?

      Keith doe’s your engine list used take into account the last race as J.Allen has a different count to what is posted above?

      Engines used so far in 2010 season
      01 McLaren Mercedes Jenson Button 7
      02 McLaren Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 7
      03 Mercedes Benz Michael Schumacher 7
      04 Mercedes Benz Nico Rosberg 7
      05 RBR Renault Sebastian Vettel 7
      06 RBR Renault Mark Webber 6
      07 Ferrari Felipe Massa 8
      08 Ferrari Fernando Alonso 8
      09 Williams Cosworth Rubens Barrichello 6
      10 Williams Cosworth Nico Hülkenberg 7
      11 Renault Robert Kubica 6
      12 Renault Vitaly Pertrov 6
      14 Force India Mercedes Adrian Sutil 7
      15 Force India Mercedes Vitantonio Liuzzi 7
      16 STR Ferrari Sébastien Buemi 7
      17 STR Ferrari Jaime Alguersuari 7
      18 Lotus Cosworth Jarno Trulli 7
      19 Lotus Cosworth Heikki Kovalainen 7
      20 HRT Cosworth Sakon Yamamoto 7
      21 HRT Cosworth Bruno Senna 7
      22 BMW Sauber Ferrari Pedro De La Rosa 9 (Nick Heidfeld’s car now)
      23 BMW Sauber Ferrari Kamui Kobayashi 7
      24 Virgin Cosworth Timo Glock 7
      25 Virgin Cosworth Lucas Di Grassi 7

      1. The rule is 5 spots for each new engine… 1 new engine over 8 and it’s 5 spot penalty, if it’s two it’s 10 spot demotion and so on and so forth.

        1. According to the sporting regulations:

          28.4 a) Each driver may use no more than eight engines during a Championship season. Should a driver use more than eight engines he will drop ten places on the starting grid at the first Event during which each additional engine is used. If two such additional engines are used during a single Event the driver concerned will drop ten places on the starting grid at that Event and at the following Event.

      2. It’s just been updated to the last race.

        1. thanks Keith,
          great to have someone to count on to come up with right regs, i love looking/reading all this stuff and trying to figure out what might happen, or could happen.
          have we ever had any problems like this before or was last year the first time they where requested to stay inside a certain amount of engines?

  10. Also remember that whilst some drivers have “used” X number of engines, in reality they haven’t. Hamilton only got 2 corners in to his new engine at Monza for example so it’s basically still a brand new engine.

  11. A consistently good performance from Cosworth given this is their first season back in F1.

  12. Wow, Schumacher’s really done a good job of avoiding race-ending crashes, especially given that he’s been running in the middle of the pack a fair amount. Ferrari and Mercedes definitely look the most reliable when you look at the number of retirements.

  13. Senna was good over Karun and Sakon. It would be nice to see him against Klien a couple races.

  14. I’d be interested in a rundown of total laps completed in all sessions – since we’ve got a number of new drivers in new cars, it’d be interesting to know how much experience they have when we include practice & quali. I’m particularly interested in Alguersuari – I see that he’s near the top in terms of race laps completed, and it seems like he is always out no matter the conditions in practice, but I wonder if the actual data will bear this out.

  15. McLarenFan Jamm
    10th October 2010, 17:54

    You’ve got Alonso down as Winning in Japan, when it was actually Vettel.

  16. The Cosworth engine is doing quite well. I guess they over-designed some of the components. Can’t say the same for those X-track gearboxes though.

  17. Amazing to see how Alonso is the most reliable pilot in the grid and every single race people are hoping for an accident of his engine to blow up. Wishful thinking too much,eh?

  18. Jarno Trulli 7 0 7

    Didn’t Jarno crash in Monaco when he almost shaved Karun’s head?

    1. Drivers who complete more than 90% of a race distance are classified as finishers and not counted as retirements

      1. Sorry, my bad, I didn’t realise they were over 90% of the distance when that happened..
        This a brilliant page btw.. :)

        1. You’re welcome! I will make some changes to reflect the difference between retiring and not being classified as it’s obviously causing some confusion, but it’s not a quick job because I need to check all the data to avoid errors.

          1. That’d certainly help and I can only imagine how time-consuming preparing a bunch of cohesive data could be!
            I’ve said it before, but, thanks again for all the brilliant statistics you put up here mate. :)

  19. The difference in Quali times is most telling on how good a driver is compared to his team mate. Webber is very nearly as good as Vettel, Button Scumi and Massa are all quite far from their team mates

  20. A suggestion: maybe it would be nice to have the qualifying team-mate battles on this page (i.e. Trulli 11-8 Kovalainen).

  21. I wish the previous sessions statistics were shown like this

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