As Vettel and Ricciardo bid a fond farewell to Formula 1, Yas Marina equals Adelaide as the circuit to have hosted the most curtain closers and Hamilton has his last opportunity to keep his win in every season streak going.
As Red Bull look to equal their longest winning streak, Verstappen could set a new record for most wins in a year and Sainz could become the Ferrari driver with the most retirements in a single season in 25 years.
As the United States hosts two races in a year for the first time since 1984, Verstappen could equal the record for most wins in a season and Red Bull could win their first Constructors’ Championship since 2013.
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.
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.
While Hamilton and Verstappen can equal the record for most 1-2 finishes, Ricciardo seeks to end his longest non-Q3 streak in ten years and Williams can become the first team to reach 5,000 laps raced in Hungary.
As Vestappen equals Webber as the driver to have started the most races with Red Bull, Ocon makes his 100th race appearance and Hamilton and Bottas could be the first drivers to score points ten times in Austria.
At the 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Alonso breaks the record for the longest F1 career, Hamilton could become only the second driver with a gap of 15 years between his first and last wins and Verstappen could overtake Vettel’s Red Bull podium tally.
As Ricciardo becomes the most experienced Australian F1 driver, Mercedes could be the first team to record 10 consecutive poles at a single track and Hamilton could set a new outright record of Spanish Grand Prix victories.
As Miami becomes the eleventh venue to host a Grand Prix in the United States, we could see a Grand Slam at a third race in a row for the first time, while Sainz could achieve a rare and unenviable feat.