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2018 United States GP Key Stats

The championship can be won this weekend, but will Hamilton take it home at the US GP or will he have to wait at least another week?

Track Stats:

40th United States GP

7th race at the Circuit of the Americas

58th F1 race in America (or 69 if you count the 11 Indy 500s that were part of the F1 calendar)

5.516km long lap with 20 corners

56 lap race, 308.896km race distance

Every single race at COTA has been won from the front row, with three wins from pole position and another three from second

Only two drivers have won at COTA, Hamilton and Vettel

Driver/Team Stats:

A pole for Mercedes would mark their 99th in F1

A podium for Raikkonen would be his 50th for Ferrari

Hamilton has five wins to his name at COTA, Vettel has one

Mercedes (and Hamilton) have won the last four races at the track

Silly Stats:

The armadillo is the official state animal of Texas, one could run the track in 6 minutes, 53.7 seconds

Texas is 268,801 square miles, meaning it could be filled with 217,600,000,000 F1 cars, enough cars so every single person alive on the planet has 33 F1 cars each

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