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GP Week : Issue 213
THE NUMBERS The team now known as Mercedes has now won 50 races under all its names, from Tyrrell (below – 23), BAR (0), Honda (1), Brawn GP (8) and Mercedes (18) 50 Most consecutive wins scored by Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost in their careers 4 Years this week since Frank Williams’ first podium finish as a team owner in F1, courtesy of Piers Courage (Brabham BT26A) at Watkins Glen in 1969 45 Centimeters – the gap between the two Mercedes drivers in FP2 was 0.003s, the equivalent of 6.7 inches at the finish line 17 Consecutive GP wins by Lewis Hamilton as of now 5 Number of consecutive sessions now led by a Mercedes driver, including qualifying segments, since Kimi Räikkönen topped Q1 in Singapore 24 The split between laps led by Hamilton and Rosberg in 2014 448-423 For the first time, pole ina2014GPwas quicker than pole in dry conditions in 2013 0.271s Pastor Maldonado’s 10th place is the first time in F1 history that car #13 has scored a point 13 Nico Rosberg has now clinched the season head- to-head against Lewis Hamilton in qualifying 10-7 Degress celcius – Air temperature at the start of FP3, the coldest session of the 2014 season 10 Fernando Alonso has been in the top three in FP2 on 10 occasions this year, without ever qualifying that high in 2014 10 34 GPWEEK.com // 34 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> USA PARTNERS: