F1 German GP stats:
2006 – The last German driver who won the German GP on a Ferrari is Michael Schumacher, back in 2006.
700 – Williams will celebrate their 700th F.1 race in Hockenheim.
92 – The German Grand Prix was held for the first time 92 years ago on the ultra-fast AVUS track near Berlin.
36 – This will be the 36th Grand Prix held at Hockenheim.
30 – Sebastian Vettel scored in the 2013 German GP his 30th career win. That is his only win in his home Grand Prix.
23 – Red Bull won on 23 different tracks so far, but never at Hockenheim.
21 – Ferrari won 21 times the German GP: an absolute record for F.1. The second and third values also belong to Ferrari, with 18 wins in the Italian GP and 17 in the French and British ones.
17 – The positions recovered from grid to flag by Lewis Hamilton in the 2014German Grand Prix.
15 – The last of Williams’ nine wins at Hockenheim came 15 years ago (Montoya, 2003).
11 – Ferrari is the most successful team at Hockenheim, with 11 wins to Williams’ 9.
8 – Daniil Kvyat is the only driver who managed to qualify a Toro Rosso in the top-8 at Hockenheim (he was 8th on the grid in 2014).
8 – Sebastian Vettel always scored points in the German GP, 8 times out of 8.
6 – An unlucky race so far for Kimi Raikkonen, who retired 6 times out of 12 in the German Grand Prix.
7 – In the last 7 German Grands Prix, Red Bull always finished in the points with both cars.
3 – Fernando Alonso won three times at Hockenheim, only one shy of the track record of four by Michael Schumacher.
2 - Fernando Alonso is one of the two drivers who won more than one race in both German tracks: Hockenheim and Nurburgring, the other being Michael Schumacher. (Alonso won 3 times at Hockenheim and 2 at the Nurburgring; Schumacher 5 times at the Nurburgring and 4 at Hockenheim).
2 – Mercedes won the last two Hockenheim GPs (2014-2016): the last team with a string of three is Williams (1991-1993).
1 – Only Sebastian Vettel scored points for Toro Rosso here, with an eighth in 2008.