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GP Week : Issue 217
thE numBErs The last time Ferrari had such a long interval between front row starts 1991-1994 Gap between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel on the grid in the 2014 Malaysia GP 0.055 (Monza) Max Verstappen’s sixth on the grid was the best qualifying by a teenager in F1 since Ricardo Rodriguez was second for the 1961 Italian GP 1961 Kimi Raikkonen was second in both Friday sessions at the 2014 Malaysia GP, and was never that high in a practice session again throughout 2014. He repeated that performance this weekend 2 How much Sebastian Vettel was beaten by in the Australian GP, when Nico Rosberg said he hoped for greater competition 34.523 Roberto Merhi’s Q1 time was just outside the 107% limit, but he was still allowed to start 107.46% Three of the four youngest point-scorers in F1 history – Max Verstappen, Daniil Kvyat and Jaime Alguersuari – were driving for Toro Rosso at the time. The fourth one, Sebastian Vettel, drove for Toro Rosso after scoring on his debut for BMW Sauber 3 Italian Grand Prix – The last time a Ferrari turbo engine won a Grand Prix was when Gerhard Berger and Michele Alboreto finished 1-2 and prevented McLaren-Honda’s clean sweep in 1988 1988 Malaysia: the last time a Ferrari started on the front row for a Formula 1 race 2013 Fernando Alonso’s qualifying time for Mclaren was nearly 1.5s slower than he managed on the same circuit for Minardi in his rookie season back in 2001 1.497 Gap between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel on the grid in the 2015 Malaysia GP 0.074 22 GPWEEK.com // 22 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> MALAYSIA PARTNERS: