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GP Week : Issue 226
The last time a driver took six consecutive pole positions was Michael Schumacher, who did it across the 2000/’01 seasons. The last time a driver did it in a single season was Mika Hakkinen in 1999 2000/01 Sergio Perez had not run higher than fifth in a race this season, until nearly taking the lead on the opening lap at Spa 5th Both McLarens have been eliminated in Q1 five times this year. Since this qualifying format was adopted in 2006, it had only ever happened once before, at the 2009 Brazilian GP Q1 Hamilton’s championship advantage is his largest of the 2015 season +28 382 DNS Mercedes led every lap of the race. Perhaps surprisingly, it has only happened at three previous races in 2015 43/43 Hamilton’s pole time was the fastest lap of Spa-Francorchamps since 2010 1:47.197 Nico Hulkenberg’s problems caused the start to be aborted for the second consecutive race. It was Hulkenberg’s second Did-Not-Start in his career, the other being the Australian GP in 2013, when he drove for Sauber 15th Will Stevens’s starting position was the best for a Marussia driver since Jules Bianchi at last year’s Hungarian GP Lewis Hamilton has led 382 laps this season. The rest of the grid combined has led 294 laps between them 34 GPWEEK.com // 34 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> BELGIUM PARTNERS: THE NUMBERS