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GP Week : Issue 227
(Monaco) – The last time Kimi Raikkonen qualified on the front row in a Ferrari. His most recent front row start with Lotus was the 2013 Chinese GP 2009 Seconds – Monza is a circuit notorious for the lack of progression in laptime during a race. Lewis Hamilton’s best lap was only 1.361s quicker than his first flying lap of the race on lap two 1.4 Total number of grid penalties assessed this weekend 168 Km/h – Fernando Alonso’s straightline speed deficit to the fastest car in qualifying 16.6 1970 2008 Sebastian Vettel became Formula 1’s all-time leading point scorer, although when the world championship started, there were only 8 points for a win, and points were only awarded down to fifth place, with a bonus point for the fastest lap 8-6-4-3-2 Marussia saw both its cars start in the first 14 on the grid for the first time in team history 13 and 14 (Brazil) – The last time there was no Red Bull in Q3 2Total number of laps completed by all Lotus drivers in the Australian, British and Italian Grands Prix combined This weekend marked 45 years since the loss of Jochen Rindt in qualifying at Monza. It was on Clay Regazzoni’s 31st birthday, and ‘Regga’ took his maiden Grand Prix victory the next day Outof160– Lewis Hamilton has 40 wins in 160 starts 40 Outof161– Ayrton Senna had 41 wins in 161 starts 41 8 Lewis Hamilton can tie Ayrton Senna’s record of eight consecutive pole positions (1988- 89) at the next race, in Singapore 34 GPWEEK.com // 34 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> ITALY PARTNERS: the numBers