F.1 GP Monaco
250 – Last year Red Bull celebrated in style their 250th GP in Monaco with their 57th win.
19 – Last year there were 19 classified drivers out of 20 in Monaco, a record edition. In 2007 we had 19 classified riders, but out of 22 starters.
15-10 – The most successful team in Monaco is McLaren, with 15 wins, but none of them came in the last 10 editions.
11 – Nico Hulkenberg was eleventh on the grid five times in Monaco: it’s a record of 11th grid places for a driver on any given track in F.1 history.
10 – The 2009 edition, 10 years ago, was the only one in which Lewis Hamilton didn’t score points.
6 – Both Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton count six podiums in Monaco: only Ayrton Senna (8), Graham Hill (7) and Michael Schumacher (7) recorded more podium finishes in the Principality.
7x4 – Sergio Perez is the only driver in history who qualified four times in seventh in Monaco.
7 – Sauber suffered seven retirements in their last ten Monaco starts.
6 – Ayrton Senna is the most successful driver in Monaco with 6 wins. Among the current drivers only Vettel and Hamilton won twice here.
6-2-1 – Hamilton and Vettel have the same scoreboard in Monaco: 6 podiums, 2 wins, 1 pole position.
4 – Carlos Sainz always scored points in Monaco, four times.
3 – Lewis Hamilton claimed his two wins in the Monaco GP always starting from the 3rd grid spot.
3 – Mercedes missed out on a podium finish in Monaco only three times since they returned to racing in 2010: 2010, 2011 and 2017.
2 – Lewis Hamilton’s wins here came in 2008 and 2016, in both cases rain played a part in the race.
2 – Among the current drivers, only Kimi Raikkonen and Daniel Ricciardo recorded two poles in Monaco. The record belongs to Ayrton Senna with five poles.
1 – Ricciardo is the only driver who took a Red Bull car on the podium here in the Turbo/Hybrid era, four times. He was the race winner last year.
1 – Daniel Ricciardo is the only driver in history who claimed his first two career pole positions in Monaco.
0-1-0-1 – Nico Hulkenberg always scored points here in the even years, never in the odd ones.