The 1996 French GP: Schumacher, the only champion on the grid, retired during the formation lap and therefore didn’t start the race.
Which driver has the lowest percentage of retirements, having retired from a race at least once?
For instance, a driver who has driven 8 races and retired in 2 of them, has a percentage of 25%
Daniel Ricciardo participated in 39 GP and retired 3 times (9.68%)
@kevincucamest correct! He took over the record from Paul Di Resta at Interlagos. (by the way, it’s 31 GPs :P )
@andae23 Wow! I’m surprised that someone who has spent 35% of their F1 career racing with HRT could hold such a record!
@aka_robyn Exactly my thoughts! When I found out he held this record, I was truly astonished
What is the longest period of time between one race and the next one at the same circuit (although different layout)? What circuit was it and how many years were there between the last race of the first layout and the first race of the modern layout?
Indianapolis? 40 years (1960-2000)
@sigman1998 Yes it is Indianapolis!
Which of these year’s races had the most lead changes (lap-by-lap)?
@sigman1998 The Canadian GP?
It is tied with 2 other races.
Canada, Brazil and sepang
@roblo97 You are correct!
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