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Rosberg sets fastest ‘fastest lap’ since 1996 25th August 2014, 12:15
Despite lapping 1.9 seconds quicker than anyone, Nico Rosberg lost victory in Belgium to Daniel Ricciardo, who took Red Bull’s 50th win. Here are the stats from Spa.
Ricciardo’s second win and Hamilton emulates Vettel 28th July 2014, 12:00
Daniel Ricciardo claimed his second F1 win while Lewis Hamilton replicated Sebastian Vettel’s feat of climbing to third from the pit lane.
Rosberg equals Montoya as Sauber struggle goes on 21st July 2014, 11:11
Rosberg and Williams were riding high after the German Grand Prix but Sauber failed to score for the tenth race in a row – their worst ever such streak.
Hamilton’s home win ties him with Stewart 7th July 2014, 12:30
Lewis Hamilton equalled Jackie Stewart’s tally of 27 wins on the same weekend F1 had its first woman driver in over 22 years.
Sixth win gives Nico Rosberg more victories than Keke 23rd June 2014, 12:25
Nico Rosberg’s Austrian Grand Prix victory means he has now won more races than his championship-winning father. But Sauber are enduring one of their worst seasons.
First-time winner Ricciardo halts Mercedes domination 9th June 2014, 11:45
Daniel Ricciardo became the 105th driver to win a race while Mercedes’ leading streak ended on the 414th lap of the 2014 season.
Rosberg equals father’s tally with second Monaco win 26th May 2014, 13:06
Nico Rosberg matched father Keke’s tally of five wins by becoming the 14th driver to win the Monaco Grand Prix twice. Also, Marussia ended their point-less streak.
Mercedes are most dominant F1 team since 1998 16th May 2014, 12:39
Mercedes are enjoying the largest performance advantage over their rivals F1 has seen since McLaren’s dominant start to the 1998 season.
Hamilton nears clean sweep with first Spanish win 12th May 2014, 11:30
Lewis Hamilton has now won every race on the calendar at least once apart from the Brazilian Grand Prix and this year’s new venues.
Mercedes’ dominant start is record-breaking 21st April 2014, 11:45
The Mercedes W05 has achieved something the Ferrari F2004, Williams-Renault FW14B, McLaren-Honda MP4-4 or any of F1’s other great cars did not do.