Nicky Haldenby is a freelance writer from Scarborough, England. After graduating from the University of Hull in 2015 with a First Class honours degree in English Language and Literature, Nicky, a lifelong fan of Formula 1, founded the Lights Out F1 Blog in 2016. Now in its fourth 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 sister site GPDestinations, where he shares regular race previews and articles focussed around the latest in Formula 1 calendar and venue news. In 2017 and 2018, he wrote for Badger GP. Nicky can also be heard regularly as a guest on various Formula 1 radio shows and podcasts.
Mercedes have won four of the last five Brazilian Grands Prix, Ferrari have more Interlagos wins than any other team and Red Bull have recorded three 1-2 finishes at the circuit. Here’s how the teams’ histories compare at Interlagos!
Six drivers have a 100% finish record in Brazil, three drivers have never been out-qualified by a team-mate at Interlagos and three drivers have never failed to reach Q3. Here’s everything you need to know about each driver’s history at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Will Vettel take a record with his first fastest lap at Interlagos? Will Hamilton become the most successful qualifier at the circuit? Here are the records which are up for grabs over the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix weekend!
Hamilton wins his sixth championship, Bottas equals Ricciardo and Verstappen and what has Hamilton’s team-mate done at all of the last 120 races? Here are all the facts and statistics from the 2019 United States Grand Prix weekend!
Hamilton has won six of the last eight United States Grands Prix, five drivers have a 100% finish rate at the track and three drivers have reached Q3 on every appearance. Here’s everything you need to know about each driver’s history at the Circuit of the Americas!
Mercedes have the most wins of any team at COTA, Ferrari took their first victory at the track last year and Red Bull, Racing Point and Haas have the highest DNF rates. Here’s how the teams’ histories compare at the Circuit of the Americas!
The 1000th race to feature a British driver, the 70th F1 race held in the USA and a chance for Ferrari take a rare seventh consecutive pole position. Here are the records which are up for grabs over the 2019 US Grand Prix weekend!
Red Bull have won in Mexico in each of the last two seasons, Ferrari have recorded the most DNFs at the circuit and Haas have scored only once in Mexico City. Here’s how the teams’ histories compare at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez!