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Formula 1 history and statistics
Drivers, teams, grand prix, all results since 1950

Formula 1 history and statistics

Top podium comebacks

In a few races, after a start from the tail of the starting grid, some drivers manage to finish the race on the podium.

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Next 2023 Formula1 Races

02 April Melbourne preview

Melbourne facts


The winner started from pole in 10 racess. In 6 occasions of them the driver has had the fastest lap. In 2003 David Coulthard won the race after he started from position 11 (the lowest).

Consecutively wins: (3) Michael Schumacher (2) Jenson Button, Sebastian Vettel

Top drivers : Michael Schumacher (4); Jenson Button (3); Sebastian Vettel (3);

Top teams : Ferrari (9); McLaren (6); Mercedes (4);

Pole positions

Top drivers at grid Lewis Hamilton (8); Mika Hakkinen (3); Michael Schumacher (3);

Consecutively poles: (6) Lewis Hamilton (3) Mika Hakkinen (2) Jacques Villeneuve, Michael Schumacher, Sebastian Vettel

In 2009 Jarno Trulli started the race from position 20 and finish on 3 (best jump).The worst finish was set by Daniel Ricciardo in 2014 when he started from 2 and finish on 22.

Melbourne pit stops average by lap since 2021

Formula 1 Team Standing

1 Red Bull 87
2 Aston Martin 38
3 Mercedes 38
4 Ferrari 26
5 Alpine 8
6 Alfa Romeo 4
7 Haas 1
8 Williams 1
9 Alpha Tauri 0
10 McLaren 0

2023 drivers points by position

2023 winners, lap by lap

2023 Heatmap grid/race

2023 Heatmap grid/fastest lap position

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