Singapore Grand Prix: interesting statistics

Several interesting statistical selections based on the results of the Singapore Grand Prix…


By winning qualifying in Singapore, Carlos Sainz took his fifth career pole, his first in Singapore, and the first time he has won two qualifying races in a row.

After qualifying second, George Russell qualified for the qualifying finals in Singapore for the first time in his career.

Charles Leclerc qualified third for the second time in a row and his teammate won pole position for the second time in a row.

Fourth place is Lando Norris’ best starting position in Singapore.

Fifth place is Lewis Hamilton’s worst qualifying result in Singapore, and he remains the only driver to have competed in every local Grand Prix.

Fernando Alonso’s seventh place allowed him to continue his successful streak – in all Grand Prix this season he reached the qualifying final.

Nico Hulkenberg qualified ninth – the first time since Austria’22 that both Haas F1 cars have qualified for the final qualifying round.

Liam Lawson qualified tenth, achieving the best result of his career.

For the first time since the 2018 Russian Grand Prix, none of the Red Bull cars qualified for the final qualifying round.

After qualifying thirteenth, Sergio Perez failed to qualify for the qualifying final for the seventh time this season.


After winning the Singapore Grand Prix, Carlos Sainz took his first win of the season and the second of his career. He reached the podium for the second race in a row. This is Ferrari’s fourth victory in Singapore.

Sainz’s victory ended Red Bull Racing’s record streak of 15 consecutive victories and Max Verstappen’s record streak of 10 consecutive victories.

Lando Norris finished second and reached the podium for the third time this year. This is McLaren’s first podium finish in Singapore since 2012.

Lewis Hamilton finished third and moved up to third place in the drivers’ standings for the first time this year.

Pierre Gasly’s sixth place is his best result in Singapore.

Liam Lawson finished ninth and earned the first points of his career. He became the 350th driver in history to score points in Formula 1, and the sixth New Zealander on the list after Denny Hulme, Bruce McLaren, Chris Amon, Howden Ganley and Brendon Hartley.

With tenth place, Kevin Magnussen repeated his best result of this season. Before that he finished tenth at other street circuits – in Jeddah and Miami.

Fernando Alonso finished 15th and failed to score points for the first time this season. The Spaniard became the first driver in history to drive one hundred thousand kilometers in Formula 1 races.

After a crash on the final lap, George Russell was classified 16th and failed to score points for the second time in the last three races.

AlphaTauri’s Yuki Tsunoda has not completed a single lap in the last two races in a row.

Source: F1 News

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