F1 Belgium, Stavelot Stats
2015 – Romain Grosjean recorded here his last podium to date four years ago.
2014 – Valtteri Bottas climbed on the podium here only in 2014, in third.
400 – Last year Vettel’s win was the 400th podium placement for a German driver in F.1.
245 – Two years ago Hamilton’s pole lap was set at an average speed of 245,867 kph, the first one over 245 kph in the new track, eclipsing the best ever average recorded at Spa, in the old 14,1 kms track, by Jackie Stewart in 1970 (244,038 kph).
50 – The last win for Red Bull in Spa was recorded by Daniel Ricciardo in 2014: it was the team’s 50th win.
17 – Lewis Hamilton in 2016 recovered 17 places from grid to flag: the greatest comeback for a podium place in the history of the Belgian track.
13-13 – Last year Vettel recorded his 13th win for Ferrari and the 13th Ferrari win in Spa.
12 – Kimi Raikkonen recorded his only Spa pole position twelve years ago for Ferrari.
10 – Sebastian Vettel has always qualified in the top-10 in his last eleven races in Spa.
8-5 - Hamilton is the only driver with 8 front row starts and 5 pole positions in Spa: he achieved these goals last year.
7 – Hamilton scored 7 podiums here, the same of Alain Prost. Only Michael Schumacher (9 podiums) recorded more.
6 – Mercedes is the only manufacturer with 6 straight poles at Spa. They have always recorded pole here from 2013 onwards and can improve this string this year.
4 – Kimi Raikkonen won four times at Spa, the same of Jim Clark. Only Michael Schumacher (6 wins) and Ayrton Senna (5) won more times here.
4x5 – Perez’ best qualifying result is a fourth place, obtained five times, three of these in Spa.
3 – Lewis Hamilton won 3 times in Spa, twice in theTurbo/Hybrid era.