After graduating from the University of Hull in 2015 with a First Class honours degree in English Language and Literature, Nicky Haldenby, a lifelong fan of Formula 1, founded the Lights Out F1 Blog in 2016. Now in its fifth season, the blog has become a firm fan-favourite, delving deep into the sport's history books and lifting the cover on unusual F1 statistics. Nicky also writes at F1Destinations and GPDestinations. In 2017 and 2018, he wrote for Badger GP. Nicky is also the host of the F1 Rewind Podcast and can be heard as the resident stats man on the 2 Soft Compounds Podcast.
As Formula 1 races in Italy for the 100th time, Hamilton could equal the record of most wins with a single constructor while Magnussen and Norris are looking to end their point-less streaks. Here are the milestones and records which could be broken at the 2020 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix!
Williams and Ferrari share the record for most wins at Imola, the Scuderia have finished on the podium in all of the last thirteen races at the track and Alfa Romeo have finished a race here only once. Here’s everything you need to know about each team’s history at Imola.
Hamilton takes a 97th pole, Perez equals his longest streak of Q3 appearances and Vettel fails to qualify in the top ten for an eighth consecutive race. Here are all the facts and statistics from qualifying at the 2020 Portuguese Grand Prix!
In the first Formula 1 race in Portugal since 1996, Hamilton could set a new record for most wins and Mercedes power could win for the first time in the country. Here are the milestones and records which could be broken at the 2020 Portuguese Grand Prix!
Almost 800 drivers have started a round of the Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship, but only eight of those drivers have been born on the day that a Grand Prix took place. We take a look at those drivers, and what happened in the races on the day of their birth!
Hamilton records Mercedes first Nurburgring win since 1954, Bottas is the first polesitter to retire in almost two years and Ricciardo reaches 30 podium finishes. Here’s a statistic from each driver’s 2020 Eifel Grand Prix weekend!