Formula 1 records

Who holds the most records in Formula 1?

Michael Schumacher

What records has Lewis Hamilton broken?

Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton MBE HonFREng (born 7 January 1985) is a British racing driver currently competing in Formula One for Mercedes, having previously driven for McLaren. Hamilton has won a joint-record seven World Drivers’ Championship titles (tied with Michael Schumacher ), while he holds the outright records

What is the highest speed ever recorded by a Formula 1 car during a Grand Prix?

372.5 km/h

Who is the youngest f1 world champion?

Sebastian Vettel

Who is the youngest f1 driver 2020?

Drivers 2020 Daniel Ricciardo . Team: Renault F1 Team. Born: 1989-07-01 (age 31) Lando Norris . Team: McLaren. Born: 1999-11-13 (age 21) Sebastian Vettel . Team: Ferrari. Nicholas Latifi . Team: Williams. Kimi Raikkonen. Team: Alfa Romeo. Romain Grosjean . Team: Haas F1 Team. Pierre Gasly. Team: AlphaTauri. Sergio Perez. Team: Racing Point.

What age do f1 drivers retire?

In modern F1 , the drivers that get to choose when they retire usually do so in their mid to late 30s. In the past, drivers used to be competitive well into their 40s, but due to the professionalization of the sport that’s no longer the case.

Has Lewis Hamilton won at every track?

Lewis Hamilton has now won races at an incredible 28 different circuits, a stat that could become 29 if he adds Imola to his list by winning this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. At the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, he has clocked up seven victories, including four wins in his last five visits.

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Is Hamilton better than Schumacher?

Hamilton has also proved more effective at winning from pole – 56 times compared to 40 for Schumacher . But there are other numbers in Schumacher’s favour – he has more wins from second, and more than twice as many wins from third. At first glance, this might suggest that Schumacher was a stronger racer.

Is Indy faster than f1?

Indy cars are generally considered faster along straight lines. However along road circuits with lots of corners, Formula 1 cars are much more quicker. This is because F1 cars have better brakes and stop much faster than Indy cars as well as F1 cars having much more aerodynamic grip (downforce) than Indy cars.

Which year had fastest f1 cars?

2004

Do f1 cars have clutch pedals?

No. Formula 1 cars just have a Brake Pedal and an Accelerator Pedal , both operated by foot of course. Although no foot operated Clutch , they have hand operated Clutch paddles.

Is Mick Schumacher going to f1?

With two rounds to go in the 2020 Formula 2 campaign, Mick Schumacher heads the standings by 22 points, while the son of seven-time F1 champion Michael is hotly-tipped to bring his famous family name back to the top level of motor sport in 2021.

Who is the only driver to win the f1 world title in the Indianapolis 500 in the same year?

Mario Andretti

Which country has the most f1 world champions?

United Kingdom