2015 F1 Season in Numbers
With the 2015 Formula 1 season drawing to a close in Abu Dhabi this weekend we thought we’d take a closer look at what has happened so far this season. The final race of the season will not change any results in the overall standings at the top with Lewis Hamilton taking first position back in Texas at the US Grand Prix and Team Mercedes winning the Constructors Championship, but lower down the table there is still plenty to play for.
New driver, 18 year old, Max Verstappen is looking to finish in the Top 10 in his first season for Toro Rosso, whilst only a single point separates Bottas and Raikonnen in fourth and fifth position. The race will be well and truly on Sunday to scoop up any last points on offer.
To celebrate what has been a great season we’ve compiled some stats and facts about what has happened this year including the fastest complete pit stop, the number of tyres used throughout the whole season and more.
Number of races so far: 18
Number of drivers this season: 21
Continents with races: 5
Most number of laps completed across 18 races: 1072 by Sebastian Vettel
Number of tyres used by all drivers: 18,821
Number of pit stops: 648
Fastest complete pit stop time including entry and exit: 21.61 seconds
Number of collisions: 21
Number of techinical failures: 45
Number of did not starts: 05
Number of disqualifications: 01
Number of pole positions:
Lewis Hamilton – 11
Nico Rosberg – 06
Sebastian Vettel – 01
Number of Podium Finishes:
Hamilton – 16
Rosberg – 14
Vettel – 13
Lewis Hamilton – The stats:
Race Wins: 10
Points so far: 363
Team Mercedes – The stats:
Race wins: 15
Points so far: 660
Please note these statistics do not take Abu Dhabi into consideration.