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.
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.
Lewis Hamilton’s 24th career win means he has tied with Juan Manuel Fangio. Meanwhile Mercedes led every lap for the third race in a row.
Yesterday’s Bahrain Grand Prix was the 900th round of the world championship. Here’s some of the data from the first 900 races and a look back on the nine milestone centenary races.
Lewis Hamilton achieved the first perfect result of his F1 career with victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix and has now won in all eight seasons he’s competed.
Just how far ahead of the chasing pack are Mercedes? The first race of the season gave ominous but unclear signs for their rivals.
Daniil Kvyat broke Sebastian Vettel’s record for being the youngest F1 driver to score a point. Here are the stats and facts from the Australian Grand Prix.
As well as the widely-discussed new engines there are new drivers, new races and a new points system this year. Here’s a look at how F1 is changing in 2014 in numbers.
How will the performance of the new cars compare to previous generations of Formula One racers? Let’s take a look at the data.
Ferrari completed nearly three times as many laps as Renault in Jerez – but Mercedes did almost twice as much again.
F1 drivers have been allowed to choose the numbers they will use for the rest of their careers for the coming season. Here’s a closer look at their picks and the significance of their preferred numbers.
The FIA has proposed giving a special award to the driver who sets the most pole positions during a grand prix season. Here’s who would have won it previously.
Sebastian Vettel equalled Alberto Ascari’s record of winning nine race in a row and matched Michael Schumacher’s feat of winning 13 races in a season.
Sebastian Vettel became the first driver in Formula One history to win eight consecutive rounds of the world championship.
Two records were broken in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – and neither of them were taken by Red Bull or Sebastian Vettel.
Sebastian Vettel is one of F1’s longest winning streaks with four titles and six race wins in a row. Also, Ferrari matched McLaren’s points record.
Fernando Alonso is now F1’s all-time highest points scorer and Sebastian Vettel joined an elite group of drivers to win five races in a row.
Sebastian Vettel replicated his Singapore ‘grand slam’ in Korea and produced the 208th pole position for a Renault engine.
Sebastian Vettel’s 33rd victory means he has now won more races than anyone else on the grid. It was also his third ‘grand slam’.
Sebastian Vettel equalled Fernando Alonso’s tally of wins while giving Red Bull their 40th victory and Germany its 300th podium appearance.