Top statistics from the British GP

All the statistics and figures from the 2017 British Grand Prix.

Top statistics from the British GP

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Daniel Ricciardo's streak of successive Q3 appearances came to an end at Silverstone after he was eliminated from Q1 to technical issues.

2/20

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Lewis Hamilton scored his 67th pole position of the career, bringing him one step closed to Michael Schumacher's all-time record (68).

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The Englishman set a new lap record at Silverstone - 1m26.600s with an average time of 244.891 km/hr. In this configuration, the previous best was 1m29.287s - also set by him.

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The Mercedes driver equalled Jim Clark's record of five pole positions at the British Grand Prix.

5/20

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Silverstone is the sixth circuit where Hamilton has scored five poles, the other being Melbourne (six), Shanghai (six), Montreal (six), Budapest (five) and Monza (five).

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By qualifying fifth, Nico Hulkenberg secured Renault's best starting position since 2010 Japanese GP, where Robert Kubica lined up third.

7/20

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Hamilton won the 57th F1 race of his career at Silverstone. It was 70th for Mercedes as a constructor and 156th as an engine supplier.

8/20

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The triple world champion scored his fifth win at home to tie with Jim Clark and Alain Prost as the most winningest British GP winners.

9/20

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Hamilton has now won a race five times at five different venues, the other being Canada (six), Hungary (five), US (five) and China (five). Michael Schumacher is the only other driver to have done so before, albeit at 10 different races.

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For the 12th time in his career, Lewis Hamilton led all laps in a row. He is now tied with Jim Clark and Sebastian Vettel, but someway behind record holder Ayrton Senna (19).

11/20

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Lewis Hamilton set the 37th fastest lap of his career on the 48th tour of the race, which also happened to be the quickest ever lap at Silverstone in its current configuration.

12/20

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Hamilton scored the fifth F1 Grand Slam of his career and third of the season (after China and Canada) by taking pole position, leading all laps, setting the fastest lap and winning the race. He is now level with F1 legends Alberto Ascari and Schumacher, but needs to produce more dominant performances to catch Jim Clark, who scored eight F1 Grand Slams in his illustrious career.

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Valtteri Bottas notched his 16th podium finish to level himself with 1961 champion Phil Hill.

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For his compatriot Kimi Raikkonen, it was his 87th appearance on the podium.

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Despite his superb recovery drive, Daniel Ricciardo's five-race podium streak came to an end at Silverstone. It was also the first race since the Russian Grand Prix in which he finished behind teammate Max Verstappen.

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With a fifth place result, Nico Hulkenberg equalled his and Renault's best result of the 2017 F1 season

17/20

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After his late race puncture, Sebastian Vettel limped home in seventh place - his worst result in F1 since the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix.

Esteban Ocon, Sahara Force India F1 VJM10, Sergio Perez, Sahara Force India F1 VJM10

 Esteban Ocon, Sahara Force India F1 VJM10, Sergio Perez, Sahara Force India F1 VJM10
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Esteban Ocon beat Sergio Perez for the first time this season in a race both Force India drivers made it to the chequered flag.

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Jolyon Palmer endured a DNF in front of his home crowd, leaving him with 29 out of 31 race starts.

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With Lewis Hamilton being the sole Englishman at the 2017 British GP, we will have to go back to the infamous 2006 US GP to find a race where such limited number of Brits took part in their home race.
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