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!
Red flags, wet weather, time limits, early chequered flags. Occasionally, Formula 1 races fail to reach full distance. Here’s a list of every Grand Prix in which not all of the laps have been completed, plus the reasons why racing was called off early.
Alain Prost and Lewis Hamilton share the record for the most wins at their national Grand Prix – but neither hold the overall record for most wins on home soil. We take a look at the drivers who have celebrated home success most frequently in Formula 1.
Since the F1 Drivers’ Championship began at Silverstone in 1950, sixty different drivers have led the title hunt. That list features eight drivers who led after only one round of the championship – including two World Champions. We take a look at who those drivers are.