For the fourth time in his career, Lewis Hamilton has gone 10 consecutive races without winning one. More stats and facts from the Canadian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc’s head must be spinning at the speed with which his championship fortunes have reversed in the space of just seven weeks.
Another pole without a win for Charles Leclerc leaves him with the second-lowest pole-win ratio of any driver in Formula 1 history. Here are more Monaco Grand Prix stats.
Max Verstappen scored the 24th win of his career in Spain, equalling the tally of five-times world champion Juan Manuel Fangio.
While Max Verstappen’s binary season continued, Fernando Alonso added only penalty points to his tally in F1’s first Miami Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen scored a ‘grand slam’ in Imola, making him only the 14th driver in Formula 1 history to achieve more than one.
With their second win from the first three races of the year, Ferrari have made their best start to a season since their dominant 2004 campaign.
Formula 1 will break with decades of tradition when it returns to Las Vegas next year for a new race which will take place on a Saturday.
Lewis Hamilton has made his second-worst start to a season but he helped British drivers reach a landmark 10,001.78 points in yesterday’s race.
While Charles Leclerc ended Ferrari’s 910-day wait for a win, China’s first Formula 1 driver Zhou Guanyu scored a point on his debut.
Have Formula 1’s new rules for 2022 produced a close field? Which team was quick ‘out of the box’? And who has the most catching up to do? A look at the data.
Ferrari need to end their win drought, Lewis Hamilton is seeking an eighth title and Fernando Alonso could become F1’s most experienced driver ever in 2022.
Formula 1 enjoyed a competitive 2021 season but new regulations this year could hand one team a major advantage, as past rules-shake-ups have done.
Max Verstappen and Red Bull won more races and scored more pole positions in 2021, but did Mercedes have the fastest package overall?
Lando Norris comfortably beat team mate Daniel Ricciardo over the 2021 season but the newcomer Ricciardo scored the team’s best result of the year.
What do the numbers tell us about the 2021 Formula 1 season? Here’s a revealing statistic on each of the 21 drivers…
Charles Leclerc was the more consistent Ferrari driver in 2021, but Carlos Sainz Jnr proved he was more than a match for his new team mate.
Fernando Alonso outscored team mate Esteban Ocon in his return to F1 – but it was a closer battle than many predicted.
Mick Schumacher conclusively out-performed fellow rookie Nikita Mazepin at Haas, impressing Ferrari as he did.
Pierre Gasly led the way at AlphaTauri for much of the season but his rookie team mate Yuki Tsunoda came good in the final race weekend.