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Vettel and Hamilton match Piquet and join F1 top tens 24th September 2012, 11:49

Sebastian Vettel joined the top ten drivers who have won the most races and Lewis Hamilton added his name to the top ten pole-sitters. Here’s the Singapore stats and facts.

Alonso equals Senna’s tally of 80 podiums 10th September 2012, 10:40

Fernando Alonso matched Ayrton Senna’s tally of 80 podiums in the Italian Grand Prix. Here’s all the stats and facts.

Grosjean is first banned driver since Schumacher 3rd September 2012, 9:50

Romain Grosjean’s ban for causing a crash on the first lap in Belgium puts him in the company of several drivers who went on to become champions.

Hamilton closes on Hakkinen’s win tally 30th July 2012, 11:30

Lewis Hamilton needs one more win to have as many as another driver who won all his races in a McLaren-Mercedes – Mika Hakkinen.

Alonso is fifth driver to reach 30 wins 23rd July 2012, 11:52

German Grand Prix stats and facts: Alonso’s 30th win ?σΤιΌ?σ Kobayashi’s best result ?σΤιΌ?σ Schumacher seventh-oldest driver to set fastest lap

Schumacher is oldest driver on podium since 1970 25th June 2012, 10:43

European GP stats and facts: Alonso’s 29th win and 20th consecutive race in the points ?σΤιΌ?σ Schumacher oldest driver on podium since 1970 ?σΤιΌ?σ First Mercedes fastest lap since Moss.

Third Canada win for Hamilton in 300th race for McLaren-Mercedes 11th June 2012, 11:00

Hamilton won the Canadian GP for the third time in the 300th race for McLaren-Mercedes.

Webber the sixth winner and fifth pole sitter of 2012 28th May 2012, 11:53

F1′s record sixth winner in the first six races was Mark Webber – here’s all the stats and facts from the Monaco Grand Prix.

Williams end second-longest F1 victory drought 14th May 2012, 12:20

Williams had gone 130 races without a win until yesterday’s Spanish Grand Prix – the second-longest victory drought for a winning F1 team.

Four teams win first four races for first time in 29 years 23rd April 2012, 11:03

Red Bull became the fourth different team to win in as many races at the start of the year, which hasn’t happened since 1983.