Here are some of the stats and facts from the Bahrain Grand Prix – post any more you’ve spotted below…
Robert Kubica scored the first pole position for a Polish driver. It was the first time a non-McLaren or Ferrari driver had started from pole position since Fernando Alonso at Shanghai in 2006.
Kubica also finished on the podium for the second race in a row for the first time in his career.
Felipe Massa won the Bahrain Grand Prix for the second year in a row. It was his sixth win, giving him the same number as Tony Brooks, John Surtees (1964 champion), Jochen Rindt (1970 champion), Gilles Villeneuve, Jacques Laffite, Riccardo Patrese and Ralf Schumacher.
He is the third different winner this year in three races, and it was also his first victory not scored from pole position.
Kimi Raikkonen has finished on the podium in the last four Bahrain Grands Prix without winning it.
BMW lead the constructors’ championship for the first time ever, despite not having won a race yet.
Sebastian Vettel is the only driver yet to finish a race this year.
It was BMW’s 20th consecutive race in the points and Ferrari’s 35th. It was Raikkonen tenth consecutive points score.
Only three drivers retired, the fewest since last year’s Italian Grand Prix.
There were no British drivers in the top ten for the first time since the 2006 British Grand Prix.