Nicky Haldenby

After graduating 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. 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 Motorsport Guides and can be heard as the resident stats man on the 2 Soft Compounds Podcast. His work has appeared on WTF1, BadgerGP, motorsport.com, Sky Sports F1 and BBC Radio 5 Live. Nicky is also the host of the F1 Rewind Podcast.

Daniel Ricciardo’s 2022 F1 season in statistics

Daniel Ricciardo embarks on an F1 hiatus in 2023 following a spell of underwhelming results with McLaren in 2022. Here’s Ricciardo’s 2022 F1 season in statistics.

Lando Norris’ 2022 F1 season in statistics

Lando Norris was the only driver outside of the top three teams to finish on the podium in 2022. Here’s Norris’ 2022 F1 season in statistics.

Fernando Alonso’s 2022 F1 season in statistics

Despite some bad luck, Fernando Alonso once again proved his capabilities during his final season with Alpine. Here’s Alonso’s 2022 F1 season in statistics.

Lewis Hamilton’s 2022 F1 season in statistics

For the first time in his career, Lewis Hamilton failed to win a race during the 2022 Formula 1 season. Here’s Hamilton’s 2022 F1 season in statistics.

Carlos Sainz’s 2022 F1 season in statistics

In his second year at Ferrari, Carlos Sainz became a Grand Prix winner in 2022, taking the first pole and victory of his career at Silverstone.

Charles Leclerc’s 2022 F1 season in statistics

Despite taking nine pole positions, Charles Leclerc won only three races in 2022 as his title challenge seemed over before it had barely begun. Here’s Lelcerc’s 2022 F1 season in statistics.

Sergio Perez’s 2022 F1 season in statistics

Sergio Perez claimed his first pole position in 2022 in Saudi Arabia and proved to be King of the Streets with victories in Monaco and Singapore. Here’s Perez’s 2022 F1 season in statistics!

Max Verstappen’s 2022 F1 season in statistics

It was a peerless year for Max Verstappen in 2022, who took a record number of wins in a single season on his way to claiming a second title. Here’s Verstappen’s 2022 F1 season in statistics!

F1 facts and statistics: The best trivia from the 2022 Formula 1 season

What were the oldest F1 records broken during the 2022 season? What did Sainz become the first driver to do in a decade? And what unusual occurrence happened at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix? Here are 41 of the best bits of trivia from the 2022 Formula 1 season!

F1 2022 in Numbers: The 2022 Formula 1 Season in Statistics

Five race winners, six polesitters, seven podium finishers, 1,294 laps raced. Another record-breaking, history-making Formula 1 season is complete. From impressive win tallies to long podium streaks, this is the 2022 F1 season in numbers!

2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: A Statistic for Every Driver

Verstappen ends the season with the second-largest points lead in F1 history, Ricciardo’s starting streak comes to an end and Alonso records his first ever retirement at Yas Marina Circuit.

Your 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Predictions: The Results

Did you predict Vettel would score in his last race? Or that Leclerc would secure second in the Drivers’ Championship? How many of your pre-race predictions for the 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix were correct?

2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: Qualifying Statistics

Verstappen takes his 20th pole position, Red Bull lock-out the front row for the first time since 2018 and Hamilton’s pole in every season record comes to an end.

The last double DNF for every F1 team

Both Alpine and Williams recorded retirements with both cars at the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix. But when was the last double DNF for every F1 team on the current grid?

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