Red Bull were the quickest team in the pits at Singapore – just. Here’s the pit strategies and pit stop times from the race.
The flying Sergio Perez set the fastest lap on the final lap – but it was beaten by Nico Rosberg.
For the fifth time in six races, McLaren were the quickest team in the pits.
The lap charts show how Fernando Alonso and Sergio Perez made their way through the field, and how Felipe Massa came close to losing fourth place.
Vettel fell to 12th at the start of the race but recovered to finish second. Trace the progress of every driver in the Belgian Grand Prix with these interactive lap charts.
A slow puncture forced Bruno Senna to make an extra pit stop with five laps to go. However it did lead to him setting the fastest lap of the race.
Data on the tyre strategies and all the pit stop times from the Belgian Grand Prix. McLaren were the quickest team in the pits for the fourth time in five races.
Romain Grosjean said Michael Schumacher cost him second place to Kimi Raikkonen by not responding to blue flags quickly enough.
Mark Webber reckoned he should have finished fifth – and he wasn’t the only driver to lose out on a three-stop strategy.
Lewis Hamilton’s dominant pole position on Saturday allowed him to save new tyres for the race which was crucial to his strategy.
McLaren serviced Jenson Button’s car in a record-breaking 2.31 seconds to help him move ahead of Sebastian Vettel.
McLaren expected Fernando Alonso’s lap times to suffer at the end of the race – but it was Jenson Button’s that did.
Delays due to damage was the story of the day for many drivers, particularly those trying to make progress from starting near the back.
Fernando Alonso avoided using soft tyres until the end of the race in the hope that rain would arrive. It didn’t – and the gamble failed.
McLaren were the quickest team in the pits for the second race in a row.
Romain Grosjean took an impressive sixth – only seven seconds behind his team mate – despite pitting on lap two. But did Lotus punch beneath their weight again?
As Sam Michael forecast, McLaren did do the quickest pit stops in Valencia. Unfortunately for Lewis Hamilton, they also did one of the slowest.
Three of the top four finishers in the European Grand Prix started outside of the top ten – here’s how they did it.
Sebastian Vettel retired while leading the European Grand Prix but his pace in the opening laps of the race may have his rivals worried.
The Canadian Grand Prix race and lap charts reveal Romain Grosjean’s slow start cost him a shot at victory in Canada.