The 2022 British Grand Prix will be held on 3rd July. That makes it only the fourth date on which nine or more World Championship races have taken place. Which dates have hosted the most F1 races? We have the answers!
Nobody wants to be out in Q1 on Saturday. Since the knockout qualifying system was first introduced in 2006, there have been five drivers who have recorded 50 or more Q1 eliminations. We take a look at who has the most Q1 exits in Formula 1!
Mick Schumacher is the driver on the current grid to have started the most Formula 1 races without scoring a point. Who started more races without ever scoring? We take a look at the drivers to have started the most Formula 1 races without scoring a point!
Verstappen holds his biggest ever championship lead, Vettel fails to score in Canada for the first time and Zhou has a career-best weekend. Here’s a statistic from each driver’s 2022 Canadian Grand Prix weekend!
Verstappen takes pole in Canada with the largest margin since 1984, Alonso qualifies on the front row for the first time in a decade and Zhou puts his team in Q3 in Montreal for the first time since 2008.
At the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve will equal the Nurburgring as the venue to have hosted the fifth most World Championship events. Which circuits have hosted the most Formula 1 races?
Charles Leclerc has taken pole position at all of the last four races and failed to win any of them. Should he do so again at the Canadian Grand Prix, he’ll equal the record for the most consecutive races at which a driver has failed to convert pole position into victory.