Monday , 26 June 2017
Have a think to yourself, what F1 stat (or any random question if you like) would you want to know, simply tweet or comment below. I'll try to answer as much as I can before Christmas, F1 stat or not. Get thinking!

Ask the Statman

Have a think to yourself, what F1 stat (or any random question if you like) would you want to know, simply tweet or comment below. I’ll try to answer as much as I can before Christmas, F1 stat or not.

Get thinking!

About JackStatMan

The F1StatMan, mostly known for coming up with useless F1 related stats about burgers.

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The Canadian GP was just amazing, easily the best race of the season so far. While the battle for the lead was entirely non-existent, battles for almost every other position more than made up for it.

3 comments

  1. Hi,

    You tweeted recently, that Chilton will be the 159th british driver in F1 next year. I want to ask, how and where did you get this number, because it’s a bit confusing, that different databases have different figures. For example, statsf1.com says Chilton will be the 140th british to start an F1 race, and the 164th (and if you click on the list, there are just 162 names) to participate on an F1 weekend. But Forix says, he will be the 142th starter (they added two drivers who only driven F2 cars in F1 races, when it was allowed) and the 156th participant. Well, in my statistics, I prefer to count only the race starts, so for me he will be the 140th. But I’m interested, how are you counting?

    Thanks,

    Viktor from Hungary

  2. Statman…. what’s the most consecutive races an F1 team has recorded two car finishes?

    • 15 times for Caterham from Germany last year to today. Red Bull second with 14. But this is excluding early races with around 4/5 cars per team per race.

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