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GP Week : Issue 223
The last time a Mercedes AMG did not claim a pole position 21/06/2014 Points – Red Bull’s average points per race in 2013 31.4 Points – Red Bull’s average points per race in 2015 6.9 Lewis Hamilton’s 17 consecutive races led tied Jackie Stewart’s record from 1969-70. Michael Schumacher never bettered 15 in a row, while Ayrton Senna could only manage 12 in a row 17 Points – If Ferrari and Williams counted as a single constructor, they would still be 7 points behind Mercedes in the championship 7 The last time a female started a Formula One race. Lella Lombardi finished as the last classified runner in 12th place, 4 laps down on winner John Watson 1976 0.547 Adding up all of the grid penalties for this race came to 70 places. 50 of those belonged to McLaren 70 Brazil – McLaren locked out the front row, with Red Bull one row behind 2012 Seconds – Lewis Hamilton’s pole time in the 2015 Austrian GP was only 0.547s slower than the fastest-ever lap of the Red Bull Ring, set by Michael Schumacher in 2003, in a car with a 3.0-litre V10 engine, unlimited fuel flow, 100kg less weight and in the middle of a tyre war 2015 Austria– McLaren locked out the last row, with Red Bull one row ahead 29 GPWEEK.com // 29 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> AUSTRIA PARTNERS: the numbers