F1 Mexico, Mexico City Stats
372.5 – In 2016 Valtteri Bottas set in Mexico the new highest speed ever recorded in F.1, 372.5 km/h, eclipsing the 370.1 km/h recorded by Kimi Raikkonen in the 2005 Italian GP.
110 – Last year Sebastian Vettel scored here his 110th career podium. His tally is now 119.
90-70 – Ferrari won here in 1990 with Alain Prost and in 1970 with Jacky Ickx.
60 – Last year Red Bull recorded here their 60th pole: since then they have scored pole only in Hungary this year.
40 – This will be the first GP for Kimi Raikkonen as a 40 year-old.
28 – 28 different drivers climbed on the podium in 19 editions of the Mexican GP held so far.
26 – Last year the Hermanos Rodriguez track became the 26th in which Sebastian Vettel climbed on the podium in F.1.
20 – This will be the 20th edition of the Mexican GP, an event held for the first time in 1963.
15 – The Mexican GP had 15 different winners out of 19 races contested at the Hermanos Rodriguez track.
13 – In 1990 Alain Prost won here starting from the 13th grid spot: that is the only win at this track starting outside the first two rows of the grid.
4-5 – Lewis Hamilton imported in Mexico his last two World Championships in 2017 and 2018.
5 – In five occasions the Drivers World Championship was decided in Mexico: 1964, 1967, 1968, 2017, 2018.
3 – Three teams won three times in Mexico: Lotus, McLaren and Williams.
2 – Max Verstappen last year became the first driver who won the Mexican GP in consecutive years.
2x4 – The title for the most successful driver in Mexico is shared by four drivers: Jim Clark, Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell, Max Verstappen. They all won twice here.
2 – Among the current drivers, no one was able to climb on the podium more than twice here. The drivers with two Mexican podiums in the 2019 field are: Hamilton, Bottas, Raikkonen and Verstappen.
1 – Last year Red Bull recorded here their only front row lockout of the Turbo/Hybrid era.
0 – In its four Mexican GPs, Haas never made it past the Q1 qualifying segment.