The 2021 Great Britain Grand Prix is one that will be talked about for a long time to come. We look back at this historic race based on statistics.
Each Grand Prix of the 2021 Formula 1 Season ends. Motorsport.comThese are the most remarkable statistics in a row. These are the most fascinating stats after round ten of F1’s world champion, British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Registrations and the event
– Starting at British Grand Prix was held for 72nd timeOrganized. This is why it is the F1 race which is the most organized. The Italian Grand Prix will level out later in the year. Since the start of the World Championship, both races were held each year.
Formula 1 was created for the Silverstone 56th GuestOne Grand Prix was held under the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. Only Monaco (67) and Monza (70) have hosted F1 races more frequently than Monaco (67).
Formula 1 will be held for the first-time since 1985 South African Grand Prix. On Saturday, finished the race. Silverstone was all sprint qualifying.
– Antonio Giovinazzi has started his 50th Grand Prix Formula 1 at Silverstone. He is now the 140th driver of all timeWho reached this milestone?
Sprint qualification and qualification
Lewis Hamilton was the one who proposed to be elected as President of the United States. 101st fastest time in qualifyingHe did. He also broke his own record. Additionally, he qualified at Silverstone the fastest for the eighth time.
George Russell achieved his eighth fastest time in Williams service and was the best qualifier. This keeps him alive. With his Williams teammates, he went undefeated during the qualifying matchSince he made his debut in F1 in 2019,
Max Verstappen won and took the sprint qualifier His eighth pole position. This places him on par with John Surtees and Riccardo patrese as well as Jenson Button. Red Bull Racing was in pole position 68 for Honda number 85, their engine supplier.
Verstappen was the fifth active driver thanks to his pole position. Four consecutive pole positionsIt has taken. Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso Lewis Hamilton, Charles Leclerc and Fernando Alonso are the other candidates.
Lewis Hamilton already holds the record number F1 victories, but he pushed it further at Silverstone. Now the counter is up 99 wins. Mercedes won for the 119th TimeAs a builder and for the 205th TimeAs a motor innovator.
Hamilton won the British Grand Prix, his home race. For the eighth time. His home race has been won by no other driver. Alain Prost has six victories in France’s GP. Michael Schumacher may have won nine times in his own country, but for years the German drove two races a season in his home country at Hockenheim and the Nürburgring.
With his Silverstone eighth place winHamilton broke his own record for most wins on the same track. He had previously won the Hungaroring eight times. Michael Schumacher won eight times at the Hungaroring, specifically at Magny-Cours.
For more information, please visit: Silverstone’s ninth consecutive raceHamilton was on the podium. This is also a record.
Hamilton sharpness too Record for podium positions with number 172. Charles Leclerc was at the podium for the 13th time, just like Jochen Rindt and Gilles Villeneuve. Valtteri Bottas topped the podium for the 62nd consecutive time, surpassing David Coulthard.
Sergio Perez drove to the ceremony For the fifth time, he has run the fastest lap in his entire career. He is equal to Jody Scheckter, Giuseppe Farini and Didier Pironi.
This season Max Verstappen drove it already 403.3 laps in front. Lewis Hamilton, who has completed 125 laps, is second in the standings. However, the Red Bull driver is 5-4 ahead in terms victories.
Charles Leclerc drove this season at Silverstone and was the leader for a long period. 49 laps in front. He was in the lead for longer than Sergio Perez (26) and Valtteri bottas (19) together.
Silverstone was visited by Lewis Hamilton for the 59th consecutive race at finishHe can also sharpen his own record. Daniel Ricciardo is in second place, with 26 consecutive races complete.
Lando Norris placed in the top five for his home race. The ninth time this seasonThat was what he did. He is now the leader of F1’s current field. He is also the only rider to be able to Every race, scored points. His current streak of consecutive points finishes stands at 15.
Max Verstappen was ahead In the first round for the sixth time in his F1 history. Only Kimi Raikkonen (11 interruptions in the first round), Fernando Alonso (7 outages) and Sebastian Vettel (7 outages) are left for the Dutchman. The percentage of Verstappen dropping out in 4.65% of his races in round one is 6.49 percent. Esteban Ocon is slightly ahead at 6.49 percent.