Sebastian Vettel’s victory means F1 heads into the summer break without any driver having scored back-to-back wins so far this season.
Lewis Hamilton became the third driver in the history of Formula One to score a ‘grand slam’ in his home race by dominating the British Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel has been the best qualifier of 2017 so far despite Ferrari usually having a slower car over a single lap than Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel reached a record number of penalty points while a faulty headrest cost Lewis Hamilton a clean sweep of victories on every 2017 track.
Lewis Hamilton took his fourth grand slam and equalled Ayrton Senna’s pole positions tally in Canada. Meanwhile Lance Stroll took his first points.
Ferrari ended another 16-year win-less run in Monaco but it was a weekend for streaks coming to an end. Here’s all the stats and facts.
First the first time in almost a decade only three cars finished on the lead lap of a dry grand prix, showing how far behind the midfield has fallen.
Valtteri Bottas had been waiting over 2,000 days for a victory when he took his breakthrough F1 win in the Russian Grand Prix.
With two wins and a second place from the first three races Sebastian Vettel has made the best start to a championship for a Ferrari driver in 13 years.
There was something extra-special about Lewis Hamilton’s third grand slam, which also extended his record seasonal winning streak.
Faster cars, more durable tyres – and an aborted start – produced the shortest Australian Grand Prix ever seen at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit.
Nico Rosberg became the first driver to win the world championship over 200 races after his Formula One debut. Here are the season finale stats and facts.
Nico Rosberg’s chance of winning the world championship in the final race is almost 90% despite Lewis Hamilton’s third win in a row in Brazil.
One more win this year will guarantee Nico Rosberg the championship. Here’s all the Mexico stats and facts including a new record for Mercedes.
Nico Rosberg can win the world championship on Sunday despite Lewis Hamilton taking his 50th career win yesterday. Here’s all the United States GP statistics.
Reliability has hurt Lewis Hamilton’s championship hopes in 2016 but Suzuka was the fourth time a slow getaway had spoiled his race this year.
Despite his heartbreaking engine failure on Sunday, Lewis Hamilton remains the world champion who has had the most reliable cars.
Mercedes could equal the record for most consecutive wins by a team at the next race – but they’ve already blown a chance to do that already this year.
The Italian Grand Prix saw a Honda-powered car set the fastest lap of a race for the first time since Ayrton Senna did in 1992.
Lewis Hamilton’s drive to the podium having started outside the top 20 was only the 15th time this has happened in F1 history – and he’s done it twice.