106 – Last year Sebastian Vettel equalled Alain Prost at the third all-time spot for podium finishes: 106.
81 – Last year Mercedes recorded their 81st win, equalling Lotus at the 4th all-time spot.
19 – The positions recovered by Hamilton in the 2014 race: the record for this track. (Started 22nd, finished 3rd).
13 – Kimi Raikkonen claimed his only Hungaroring pole 12 years ago.
11 – McLaren is the most successful team in Hungary, with 11 wins. Their record will remain unbeaten at least until 2022, as their best opponents are Ferrari and Williams at 7.
9 – Hamilton is the only driver who led 9 different Hungarian Grands Prix. (Michael Schumacher: 7).
9 – Kimi Raikkonen is the recordman for podiums here: 9. Senna, Schumacher and Hamilton follow at 7.
8-8 – Ferrari and McLaren are tied for pole positions here, 8 each, the record value for this track.
7 – When Kimi Raikkonen finished the race, he was always classified in the top 7.
6 – When Lewis Hamilton finished the race, he was always classified in the top 6.
6x2 – For six times Kimi Raikkonen finished 2nd in the Hungarian GP. He won there only once (2005).
6 – Lewis Hamilton is the most successful driver in the history of the Hungarian GP with six wins. Michael Schumacher follows at 4.
4 – Mercedes is the only team which recorded a string of four poles here (2013-2016).
4 – Kimi Raikkonen shares with Michael Schumacher the record for most fastest race laps at this track (4).
2 – This is one of the three races won twice by Ferrari in the Turbo/Hybrid era, the others being Australia and Bahrain.
1 – Hamilton in 2013 won his first race for Mercedes at this track.