The 2014 Formula 1 grid in numbers

With the 22 pieces of the grid jigsaw now complete, find out everything you could ever want to know about the class of 2014

By James Galloway.   Last Updated: 11/03/14 12:38pm

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F1's oldest and youngest driver pairings? The number of seats changing hands? Host GP venues with a home driver? All that and more is revealed in our at-a-glance statistical rundown...

2014 vs 2013

Driver transfers - Eleven.

Unchanged line-ups - Two (Mercedes and Marussia).

Average age of grid - 26.4 vs 26.6 years.

Youngest and oldest

Oldest driver - Kimi Raikkonen (34 years old; Born: October 1979).

Youngest driver - Daniil Kvyat (19 years old; Born: April 1994).

Most experienced - Jenson Button (247 starts).

Drivers in their 30s - Five.

Drivers in their 20s - Sixteen.

Drivers under 20 - One.

Oldest driver line-up - Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen (66 years; Ferrari).

Youngest driver line-up - Jean-Eric Vergne and Daniil Kvyat (42 years; Toro Rosso).

Rookies - Three (Kevin Magnussen, Daniil Kvyat and Marcus Ericsson).

World Champions - Five (Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button).

Grand Prix winners - Eight (Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Fernando Alonso, Kimi Raikkonen, Pastor Maldonado, Jenson Button, Felipe Massa).

Around the world

Number of countries represented by drivers - Thirteen (Germany, Australia, United Kingdom, Spain, Finland, France, Venezuela, Denmark, Mexico, Russia, Brazil, Japan, Sweden).

Host GP countries with a home driver - Seven (Germany, Australia, United Kingdom, Spain, Russia, Brazil, Japan).

Country most represented - Germany (four drivers: Sebastian Vettel, Nico Rosberg, Nico Hulkenberg, Adrian Sutil).

Drivers from Europe - Sixteen.

Drivers from South America - Two.

Drivers from North America - Two (Mexico).

Drivers from Asia - One.

Drivers from Australia - One.

Class leaders

Most championships - Sebastian Vettel (Four).
Next best: Fernando Alonso (Two); Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button (One).

Most race wins - Sebastian Vettel (39).
Next best: Fernando Alonso (32); Lewis Hamilton (22).

Most poles - Sebastian Vettel (45).
Next best: Lewis Hamilton (31); Fernando Alonso (22).

Most podiums - Fernando Alonso (95).
Next best: Kimi Raikkonen (77); Sebastian Vettel (62).

Most fastest laps - Kimi Raikkonen (39).
Next best: Sebastian Vettel (22); Fernando Alonso (21).

Most seasons with current team - Sebastian Vettel (Sixth season at Red Bull).
Next best - Fernando Alonso (Ferrari), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Jenson Button (McLaren) (Fifth seasons).

Note: Driver ages at time of the 2014 Australian GP (March 16)

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