On the podium without starting from the front rowi About facts-figure section.
At each race, at least one driver who did not start from the front line finishes on the podium. On the starting grid, the most frequent case is the drivers who start from the third position, and statistically most of those outside the front row will finish in the second position.
Among the drivers, Kimi Raikkonen achieved this performance 72 times, being followed by Fernando Alonso in 68 races, Alonso still having the chance to surpass him in this statistic. Kimi did not achieve this performance in five seasons, in three seasons succeeding 8 times each (2005, 2007, 2018). He has the most successes driving for Ferrari. In 2006 in Bahrain, he started from the last place and finished the race on the podium ranked third. The most decisive victory he achieved in 2005 at Suzuka when he won the race starting from the 17th position
In the team category, Ferrari took first place with 209 races. The most decisive victory belongs to Rubens Barrichello who won at Hockenheim in 2000 starting from the 18th position. The most successful driver for Ferrari in this category was Michael Schumacher in 43 races. The favorite race for Ferrari in this chapter is Monza, managing to perform in 40 races
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All the articles in this section follow the statistical data.
In this section, I'm just trying to find some pattern from a statistical point of view compared to the results from Formula1.