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GP Week : Issue 214
THE NUMBERS Nico Rosberg can't be beaten to the FIA's new Pole Position trophy. (The only non-Mercedes pole in 2014 has been Felipe Massa, in Austria) 7-10 Out of 15 – Rosberg’s win was only the 4th time a polesitter has won at Interlagos in this century 4 Laps led by Nico Hülkenberg in Brazil. He led 30 laps in Brazil in 2012 and briefly led from pole in 2010 5 Felipe Massa’s number of starts since his last win at Brazil 2008. If he ever wins again it will be a record interval in F1 history 105 German drivers have now won 150 Grands Prix. Only British drivers have won more (236). 147 of those wins have come since the fall of the Berlin Wall 150 The winning race time was the fastest race held at Interlagos since 2007 1:30:02.555 Nico Rosberg’s pole time set a new pole position record on this circuit. Rubens Barrichello’s previous record of 1:10.646 had stood for 10 years 1:10.023 Sergio Perez had the longest streak without a Q1 elimination until Brazil. His last one was at Monaco 2012, 50 races ago 50 Number of career points finishes by Jenson Button after the 2014 Brazilian GP 150 Percent – Nico Rosberg led every session in the 2014 Brazilian GP weekend 100 Seconds – time lost by Lewis Hamilton when he spun on lap 28 6 35 GPWEEK.com // 35 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> BRAZIL PARTNERS: