Max Verstappen has a mathematical chance of winning the title at the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix but will need luck to be on his side to do so. Here are the title permutations ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix!
As Verstappen hopes to become the 15th driver to win four races in a row, Leclerc moves into the top 10 of drivers to have made the most starts with Ferrari and Alonso can equal Raikkonen as the driver with the most finishes.
Verstappen makes this the first time in over 60 years that two consecutive races have been won from the lower half of the grid, Vettel becomes the driver to race the most laps at Spa and Gasly breaks a 69 year old record.
With no driver starting in the position in which they qualified, Bottas was eliminated in Q1 for the first time in over seven years and Albon became the 20th driver to qualify in the top ten this year.
While Verstappen and Hamilton are on the brink of a new 1-2 record, Magnussen could move up the list of most starts without leading and Gasly could equal the longest non-scoring streak of his career on his 100th race start.