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GP Week : Issue 204
THE NUMBERS Years old – it's Nico Rosberg’s birthday on Friday 29 Laps – 11 cars finished on the lead lap in Austria, the highest number in a race not affected by a Safety Car this year 71 German GP – The last time Williams locked out the front row (Montoya pole and victory) 2003 The number of races it took Sebastian Vettel to accumulate 3 retirements prior to the start of 2014 60 Ayrton Senna was the last Brazilian to start from pole in a Williams, doing so in the fateful 1994 San Marino GP 1/5/1994 Percentage of races Finland’s Kimi Räikkönen has won in his 200-race career 10 Toto Wolff is the first man to oversee and/or own cars that finished 1-2-3-4 in a race since Enzo Ferrari at the 1961 Belgian GP 1-2-3-4 Percentage of Finnish drivers who have finished on the podium in their F1 careers 87.5 The last time a team won every F1 race in a championship season (Ferrari) 1952 out of 4 – Number of Red Bull-owned cars that finished at the Red Bull Ring 1 DNFs – Jean-Eric Vergne must be wondering why he bothers getting in the car this season 5 Nico Rosberg was within 4 minutes of Michael Schumacher’s winning time in 2003. Schumacher used a V10 engine, in a tyre war, while refuelling was allowed 3:50 34 GPWEEK.com // 34 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> AUSTRIA PARTNERS: