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In Numbers: Silverstone Sums

July 29, 2020
2020
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All the facts and figures you need for the weekend

Before we hit the high speeds of Silverstone, here’s a few pointers to make you a Racing Point stats wizard ahead of the British Grand Prix weekend.

 

3

 

At 5.891km, Silverstone is the third-longest circuit on the current F1 calendar. Only Baku [6.003km] and Spa [7.004km] are longer.

 

4

 

Lance has lapped in P4 more than any other position during the 2020 season.

 

10

 

If Checo finishes inside the Top 10 in the British Grand Prix, it’ll be 10 consecutive points-scoring finishes for the Mexican.

Likewise, if either driver makes the points-paying positions, it’ll be 10 in a row for the team.

 

18

 

Lance’s 18 points from the first three races of 2020 make it his best start to a Formula 1 season so far – and nicely matches his race number too!

 

70

 

Not only will Silverstone celebrate the 70th anniversary of F1, it’s also a reminder of how closely linked Great Britain is to F1.

Silverstone and Monza are the only current circuits to have featured on the 1950 World Championship calendar.

 

100

 

With a solid haul in the bag from Hungary, we’ve now cleared 100 Formula 1 World Championship points under the Racing Point name.

 

200

 

Silverstone’s high-speed nature really allows the current generation of F1 cars to stretch their legs – to the tune of more than 200mph!

 

915

 

Checo has raced a total of 915km across the three races so far in 2020. Only the two Mercedes drivers have covered more race distance.

 

936

 

The key to success at Silverstone is to have a well-balanced and nimble car – especially when considering that drivers will change direction 936 times across a full Grand Prix distance!

All the facts and figures you need for the weekend

Before we hit the high speeds of Silverstone, here’s a few pointers to make you a Racing Point stats wizard ahead of the British Grand Prix weekend.

 

3

 

At 5.891km, Silverstone is the third-longest circuit on the current F1 calendar. Only Baku [6.003km] and Spa [7.004km] are longer.

 

4

 

Lance has lapped in P4 more than any other position during the 2020 season.

 

10

 

If Checo finishes inside the Top 10 in the British Grand Prix, it’ll be 10 consecutive points-scoring finishes for the Mexican.

Likewise, if either driver makes the points-paying positions, it’ll be 10 in a row for the team.

 

18

 

Lance’s 18 points from the first three races of 2020 make it his best start to a Formula 1 season so far – and nicely matches his race number too!

 

70

 

Not only will Silverstone celebrate the 70th anniversary of F1, it’s also a reminder of how closely linked Great Britain is to F1.

Silverstone and Monza are the only current circuits to have featured on the 1950 World Championship calendar.

 

100

 

With a solid haul in the bag from Hungary, we’ve now cleared 100 Formula 1 World Championship points under the Racing Point name.

 

200

 

Silverstone’s high-speed nature really allows the current generation of F1 cars to stretch their legs – to the tune of more than 200mph!

 

915

 

Checo has raced a total of 915km across the three races so far in 2020. Only the two Mercedes drivers have covered more race distance.

 

936

 

The key to success at Silverstone is to have a well-balanced and nimble car – especially when considering that drivers will change direction 936 times across a full Grand Prix distance!

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