The F1 Fanatic statistics pages have been revised and expanded with the aim of producing the most comprehensive data on the 2011 season.
Among the new additions is a breakdown of all the penalties handed to drivers during 2011.
Lewis Hamilton has the most so far with four, two of which were handed down during the Monaco Grand Prix which led to his famous outburst afterwards.
Of the 22 penalties handed down, six have gone to the two McLaren drivers.
Drive-through penalties remain the preferred punishment of the stewards, with time penalties taking their place if they are handed down late in the race.
Stop-go penalties were used instead at Silverstone due to the short length of the new pit lane. Sebastien Buemi is the only driver to receive a stop-go penalty at another track after breaking the pit lane speed limit by 20kph during the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Here are all the drivers who have received race penalties during 2011:
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Post-race: Time added after the race
Penalties not served were not counted
Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber, Felipe Massa, Nico Rosberg, Nick Heidfeld, Vitaly Petrov, Jaime Alguersuari, Heikki Kovalainen, Jarno Trulli, Timo Glock, Pedro de la Rosa, Daniel Ricciardo and Karun Chandhok have not served any race penalties in 2011.
An updated version of this table will be posted after every race here:
See here for information on qualifying penalties:
More 2011 F1 statistics
The season records page now includes data broken down by team as well as by driver:
Race information charts
All the lap charts, lap times charts, lists of pit stop times, tyre strategies and more information on every race so far this year can now be found via new single page: