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GP Week : Issue 228
Britain – The last pole for a Ferrari turbo V6 engine, and also the last in Enzo Ferrari’s lifetime 1988 Mercedes’ pole streak ended one short of the all-time record held by Williams in 1992-93 23 Singapore – The last Ferrari pole in the dry 2010 Williams’ pole record was ended by Ayrton Senna on the weekend he took his 41st and final win. Mercedes’ record was ended by Sebastian Vettel, who had 41 wins at the start of the weekend 41 #JB17 Germany – The last Ferrari pole 2012 5 Sebastian Vettel was looking for a fifth Grand Slam win (victory, pole, fastest lap, leading every lap) until Daniel Ricciardo took the fastest lap. It would have tied him with Alberto Ascari and Michael Schumacher for second on the all-time list, behind only Jim Clark (8) The next round is at Suzuka, where Jules Bianchi suffered his ultimately- fatal accident in the 2014 race Km/h – The straightline speed deficiency of Hamilton’s Mercedes after his mid-race failure 65 7 Lewis Hamilton’s pole streak ended one short of Ayrton Senna’s record from the 1988-89 seasons 34 GPWEEK.com // 34 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> SINGAPORE PARTNERS: the numbers