The 2014 F1 season so far in numbers

Who's on course for F1's inaugural pole position trophy? Who has completed the least number of laps? How many sessions have Mercedes topped? And lots, lots more besides

By James Galloway.   Last Updated: 06/08/14 10:27am

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Statistics may only ever tell you so much about the ebb and flow of a Formula 1 season, but they nonetheless invariably make intriguing at-a-glance viewing. Here's how some key areas of driver performance stand after the 2014 campaign's first 11 rounds...

Qualifying

Pole positions
1. Nico Rosberg – 6
2. Lewis Hamilton – 4
3. Felipe Massa – 1

Front-row starts
1. Lewis Hamilton & Nico Rosberg – 7
3. Sebastian Vettel – 3
4. Daniel Ricciardo & Valtteri Bottas – 2
6. Felipe Massa – 1

Q3 appearances
1. Nico Rosberg & Daniel Ricciardo – 11
3. Fernando Alonso – 10
4. Lewis Hamilton – 9
5. Kevin Magnussen, Felipe Massa, Valtteri Bottas & Sebastian Vettel – 8
9. Jean-Eric Vergne & Nico Hulkenberg – 7
11. Kimi Raikkonen & Jenson Button – 6
13. Daniil Kvyat – 5
14. Sergio Perez – 4
15. Romain Grosjean - 2

Q1 eliminations
1. Marcus Ericsson – 11
2. Max Chilton & Kamui Kobayashi – 10
4. Jules Bianchi – 9
5. Pastor Maldonado – 8
6. Adrian Sutil – 6
7. Esteban Gutierrez – 5
8. Kimi Raikkonen – 2
9. Romain Grosjean, Valtteri Bottas, Felipe Massa, Fernando Alonso & Lewis Hamilton – 1

Team-mate qualy head-to-heads
Red Bull: Vettel 4 Ricciardo 7
Mercedes: Hamilton 4 Rosberg 7
Ferrari: Alonso 9 Raikkonen 2
Lotus: Grosjean 10 Maldonado 1
McLaren: Button 6 Magnussen 5
Force India: Hulkenberg 9 Perez 2
Sauber: Sutil 5 Gutierrez 6
Toro Rosso: Vergne 6 Kvyat 5
Williams: Massa 4 Bottas 7
Marussia: Bianchi 8 Chilton 3
Caterham: Kobayashi 9 Ericsson 2 

Average starting positions (top ten)
1. Nico Rosberg - 2nd
2. Daniel Ricciardo - 5th
3. Lewis Hamilton & Sebastian Vettel - 6th
5. Fernando Alonso & Valtteri Bottas - 7th
7. Felipe Massa - 8th
8. Nico Hulkenberg & Jenson Button - 9th
10. Kevin Magnussen, Kimi Raikkonen & Daniil Kvyat - 10th.

Races

Wins
1. Lewis Hamilton – 5
2. Nico Rosberg – 4
3. Daniel Ricciardo – 2

Podium finishes
1. Nico Rosberg & Lewis Hamilton – 9
3. Daniel Ricciardo – 5
4. Valtteri Bottas – 3
5. Sebastian Vettel & Fernando Alonso – 2
7. Kevin Magnussen, Jenson Button & Sergio Perez – 1

Fastest laps
1. Nico Rosberg – 4
2. Lewis Hamilton – 3
3. Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen, Felipe Massa & Sergio Perez – 1

Laps led
1. Nico Rosberg – 342
2. Lewis Hamilton – 258
3. Daniel Ricciardo – 35
4. Fernando Alonso – 32
5. Felipe Massa – 16.
6. Sergio Perez – 11
7. Valtteri Bottas – 3
8. Jenson Button – 1

Laps completed
Top five
1. Fernando Alonso – 698
2. Jenson Button – 693
3. Daniel Ricciardo – 691
4. Kevin Magnussen – 676
5. Valtteri Bottas – 675
Bottom five
1. Marcus Ericsson – 466
2. Pastor Maldonado – 487
3. Kamui Kobayashi & Adrian Sutil – 505
5. Sergio Perez – 512

That's a fact: 2014 trends and records

-    Only four drivers (Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel) and two teams (Mercedes and Red Bull) have won a race in the 15 months since Fernando Alonso won the 2013 Spanish GP for Ferrari. The Scuderia’s subsequent 25-race run without a victory is the longest since their 1990-1994 drought.

-    Of the 55 track sessions (Practice One/Two/Three, Qualifying and Race) to have taken place so far this season a Mercedes driver has set the pace on 45 occasions – 82% - and their drivers finished one-two 29 times, including in six races. Lewis Hamilton has topped nearly half the total sessions – 27 – with Nico Rosberg heading 18. 

-    Alonso is the only driver to both finish and score points in every race so far in 2014. The Spaniard’s total points-paying run stands at 14 races, stretching back to last year’s Abu Dhabi GP. The next-best active run of consecutive points finishes is held by Daniel Ricciardo (nine GPs) after Nico Hulkenberg’s 12-race sequence ended in Hungary.

-    Romain Grosjean is the driver most conclusively winning his intra-team qualifying duel, the Frenchman ten-one up on Lotus team-mate Pastor Maldonado. Ferrari’s Alonso and Caterham’s Kamui Kobayashi have outqualified their respective team-mate nine times apiece. Kimi Raikkonen, meanwhile, is the only driver yet to beat his team-mate (Alonso) on race day.

-    Hamilton is now the British driver with the most pole positions (35) and podiums (63) after passing Nigel Mansell and David Coulthard’s respective records in the first half of the season.

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