F.1 Canadian GP
65 – In 2017 Lewis Hamilton matched here Ayrton Senna’s pole tally: 65. Now he has 20 poles more than the Brazilian.
50 – Last year Sebastian Vettel recorded his 50th win in Montreal.
15 – Last year Sebastian Vettel put an end to a Ferrari’s pole drought in Canada amounting to 15 editions, 16 years.
13 – Kimi Raikkonen climbed on the podium twice here: winner in 2005 and third the following year, 13 years ago.
11 – Ferrari won 11 times in Montreal, they are the most successful team here.
9 – Lewis Hamilton started from the front row here nine times, a track record (Michael Schumacher follows at 8).
8 – Sebastian Vettel finished all his 10 Canadian Gps in the top-8.
7-8 – Ferrari needs just one pole to equal the track record of 8 held by Williams and McLaren.
6 – Lewis Hamilton won and set pole 6 times here: only Michael Schumacher fared better in Canada (7 wins, 6 poles).
6 - This is the first track in which Hamilton recorded a sixth win (2017).
4-5 - Nico Hulkenberg never scored points in his first four Canadian Gps... he always scored points in his last five.
4x4 – All the last four Canadian GP wins came from pole position. It had never happened before at this track.
4 – Hamilton last year recorded the worst grid spot for a Mercedes driver in the Turbo/Hybrid era in Montreal by qualifying in fourth.
3 – McLaren is the only team which won in each of the three tracks that hosted the Canadian GP: Montreal, Mosport and Mont-Tremblant, for a total of 13 wins.
3x2 – In the last three editions, only two drivers were able to lead the Canadian GP: Lewis Hamilton (2016 and 2017) and Sebastian Vettel (2016 and 2018).
1 – Mercedes missed out on pole position in the Turbo/Hybrid era here only last year.