F.1 Abu Dhabi 2018 - stats
100 – Last year Mercedes recorded here their 100th race on the podium and the 100th on the front row.
100 – This will be the 100th race of the Turbo/Hybrid era: Hamilton so far has won 50 of them.
50-40 – Last year Mercedes recorded their 50th front row lockout in qualifying at Yas Marina and their 40th 1-2 finish in the race.
47 – Ferrari won on 47 different tracks in Formula 1 but never in Abu Dhabi.
23 – Vettel finished on the podium in third in 2012 starting from the pits, in 23rd place. That feat is unmatched in this track.
15 – Daniel Ricciardo climbed on the podium on 15 circuits in F.1 but never in Abu Dhabi.
13 – The 2014 Abu Dhabi GP is the only one of the last 13 years with both Williams cars on the podium.
8-10 – Hamilton holds the record for most front row starts in Abu Dhabi: eight. That is nearly the sum of all his rivals combined: 10 (Vettel 4, Rosberg 3, Webber 2, Bottas 1).
8 – Since the second edition of the Abu Dhabi GP in 2010, Ferrari always scored points with both cars here, eight years in a row.
7x5 – Nico Hulkenberg was 7th on the grid and in the race both in 2015 and 2016, and again 7th on the grid last year.
6-6 & 3-3 – Hamilton and Vettel share the records in Abu Dhabi for podiums, six, and wins, three.
4 – Hamilton always qualified in the top-4 here.
4 – This is the only track in which Mercedes locked out the front row in all the four years of the Turbo/Hybrid era (2014-2017). (Mercedes is the only team which qualified its cars on the front row in Abu Dhabi in the Turbo/Hybrid era)
4 – Mercedes is the most successful team here with 4 wins, Red Bull follows at 3.
3 – Red Bull won three times (2009, 2010 and 2013) and recorded pole three times (2010, 2011 and 2013) in Abu Dhabi.
3 – Only Lewis Hamilton started from pole three times in Abu Dhabi (2009, 2012, 2016).
1-2 – In the last three years, Mercedes always locked the front row and recorded a 1-2 finish in the Abu Dhabi race.
1 – Last year Valtteri Bottas recorded here his only career hat-trick (pole, win, fastest race lap).
0 – Red Bull never climbed on the podium here in the Turbo/Hybrid era.