F1 Singapore, Singapore Stats
660 – Last year Hamilton recorded in Singapore the 660th podium for a British driver in F.1.
100 – The 2018 Singapore GP was the 100th F.1 race with Red Bull leading at least one lap.
70 – Last year Mercedes claimed here their 70th win out of 93 races in the Turbo/Hybrid era.
17 – In 2016 Sebastian Vettel recorded the best comeback in this track, finishing 5th from the 22nd grid spot.
10/11 – Ten races out of eleven in Singapore were won by World Champions. The exception is 2016 when the winner was Nico Rosberg, who eventually became champion at the end of the season.
10 – Since 2009, for ten years in a row, Red Bull always qualified both cars in the top-7 here.
7 – For seven years in a row, from 2011 to 2017, Sergio Perez always scored points without a single top-10 start in Singapore. Last year it was the other way around, as he started for the first time from the top-10 here, but didn’t score points.
5 – Lewis Hamilton always qualified in the top-5 in Singapore: eleven times.
5x1 – The 2017 Singapore GP is the only one won from the 5th grid spot among Hamilton’s 81 F.1 wins.
4x2 – Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton are the most successful drivers in Singapore: they both won four races and recorded four poles here.
4 – Ferrari is the only team which started from pole four times in Singapore (2008, 2010, 2015, 2017).
4 – Carlos Sainz in the 2017 Singapore GP scored his best career result: 4th.
4 – Last year Mercedes became the undisputed most successful team in Singapore, claiming its fourth win. Red Bull follows at three.
3x2 – From 2015 to 2017, Daniel Ricciardo always finished second here, behind three different winners (Vettel, Rosberg, Hamilton).
2 – Only two races in the Turbo/Hybrid era didn’t feature a Mercedes car in the first two rows of the starting grid: the Singapore GPs of 2015 and 2017.
1 – The 2017 Singapore GP is the only one in history with both Ferraris out of the race following the same accident on the opening lap.
1-1-1 – Last year Kevin Magnussen recorded here his maiden fastest race lap, which in turn was also the first for the Haas team and for Denmark..