Sebastian Vettel has won the first two races of the season, but can he make it three in a row with a win at the Chinese GP?
5.451km long lap
56 lap race
305.256km race distance – second shortest after Monaco
14 previous races
9 wins from pole (64.29%)
10 wins from the front row (71.43%)
8 different winners
5 wins from Mercedes
5 wins from Hamilton
Joint longest current calendar straight at 1200m
100th race start for Bottas (assuming he does)
Vettel could win his 50th race
Mercedes win would be 100th for Brackley based teams (Tyrrell, Honda, Brawn and Mercedes wins combined)
There are over 1.3 billion people in China, if you gave every single person in China an F1 car (because why not) the train of cars would stretch 7,158,683.5 kilometres or 4,448,200 miles.
The giant panda has a top speed of around 32kph or 20mph, which means that it would take 10:13.237 to complete a lap of the Chinese GP staying at that speed.