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GP Week : Issue 225
The last time a Formula 1 race started without Lewis Hamilton on the front row 27/7/2014 Days – The 2015 Hungarian GP was the only race held in a 49-day period in mid-season, an abnormally long time without racing 49 Mercedes were only the third constructor in the last 13 years to record a front row lockout in Hungary. The others were McLaren (2008) and Red Bull (2010). On none of those 3 occasions did the polesitter go on to win 1-2 For Lewis Hamilton, his record breaking streak of 18 consecutive races led came to an end, only one race after surpassing Sir Jackie Stewart’s previous record which had stood unequalled since 1970 18 #JB17 0 Percent – Nico Hulkenberg has never been out-qualified by a teammate at the Hungaroring 100 Spain – Ferrari haven’t had both cars on the podium in the same race for well over 2 years. In Hungary they came close to a first 1-2 finish since the 2010 German GP 2013 Out of 4 – Having now won at the Hungaroring, Sebastian Vettel’s least successful circuit is officially Hockenheim, with no wins there in four starts and only one podium finish (3rd in 2010) 28 Mercedes failed to lead a lap in Hungary for the first time in the current turbo era. Slightly annoyingly for them, their 28-race streak of races led was tied for second with McLaren’s best streak, in the 1988-89 season, three short of Williams’ all-time record set from 1995-97 36 GPWEEK.com // 36 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> HUNGARY PARTNERS: the nuMbers