Lewis Hamilton’s Austrian Grand Prix victory means British drivers have now won a total of 250 world championship races.
Williams reached record levels of performance for speed on the track and in the pits during the European Grand Prix weekend.
Lewis Hamilton took his fifth victory at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve yesterday and moved closer to Michael Schumachers’ record of seven wins at the track.
Ferrari and the Monaco Grand Prix are two of the most evocative names in grand prix racing. But F1’s most famous team now hasn’t won F1’s most famous race for 15 years.
Max Verstappen obliterated the record for youngest ever F1 race winner and left it at a level where it is unlikely to ever be beaten.
Nico Rosberg’s victory for Mercedes in the Russian Grand Prix was the tenth in a row for the team – and leaves them poised to equal the all-time record.
With his six consecutive grand prix victory, Nico Rosberg joined a small and very special group of F1 drivers.
Nico Rosberg joined an small and elite group of Formula One drivers by winning his fifth race in a row in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg scored his fourth consecutive victory yesterday, extending his best-ever winning streak in Formula One.
More front row lock-outs, more one-two finishes and more points: Mercedes raised the bar with a dominant and record-smashing campaign in 2015.
Lewis Hamilton has won at almost every venue on the calendar, but despite four front row starts at Interlagos he is yet to win in Brazil.
Pole position, win and fastest lap gave Nico Rosberg the first hat-trick of his F1 career – but it was a rotten weekend for Ferrari.
While their former driver clinched his third world championship, McLaren entered their longest streak without a grand prix win on Sunday.
Mercedes became the ninth team in F1 history to successfully defend the constructors championship yesterday.
Lewis Hamilton became the second driver in the space of five races to equal Ayrton Senna’s tally of 41 race victories. Sebastian Vettel did the same in Hungary.
Many expected Lewis Hamilton to reach Ayrton Senna’s tally of 41 wins in Singapore. He didn’t: but Sebastian Vettel surpassed it.
Lewis Hamilton can equal Ayrton Senna’s career tally of 41 wins from 161 starts in Singapore, and tie his record for most consecutive pole positions.
Lewis Hamilton equalled Ayrton Senna’s tally of 80 podium finishes at the weekend but Sebastian Vettel’s 21-race points streak was ended by a tyre blow-out.
Sebastian Vettel has equalled Ayrton Senna’s tally of 41 grand prix victories – and he did it having started nine fewer races.
Lewis Hamilton became the seventh driver in Formula One history to win his home race three times – something even his idol Ayrton Senna never managed.