F1 Italian GP stats:
67 – Ferrari climbed on the podium 67 times out of 67 Monza races.
20 – British drivers are the most successful at Monza, with 20 wins and 20 pole positions.
18/10/5 – Last year Lance Stroll became the youngest driver ever to start from the front row in Formula 1 history at 18 years, 10 months and 5 days, beating the previous record of Max Verstappen (18 years, 10 months and 29 days in Belgium 2016).
12 – Six years ago Sergio Perez was able to climb on the podium in second starting only 12th. That was the last Monza podium obtained starting outside the top-10.
12 – Kimi Raikkonen recorded the first of his three Monza podiums twelve years ago: he was second behind Michael Schumacher.
8 – In the last eight years the winner always started from the front row in Monza.
8 – Lewis Hamilton is the recordman for front row starts in Monza: 8 to Fangio’s 7.
6x3 – Alonso, Vettel and Hamilton climbed on the podium 6 times here, the second all-time value behind Michael Schumacher (8).
6 – Lewis Hamilton is the only driver who recorded six Monza poles.
5 – Lewis Hamilton has the first chance to equal the record for Monza wins, five, set by Michael Schumacher from 1996 to 2006.
5 – Lewis Hamilton is in the position to be the first driver with 5 consecutive poles in Monza: at the moment he shares the record with Ayrton Senna (1988-1991). Hamilton has been the sole polesitter here since 2014.
5 – Sauber’s last top-3 grid placement in F.1 came here six years ago (2012) thanks to Nico Hulkenberg.
4 – Lewis Hamilton is the only driver who recorded four fastest race laps at Monza.
4 – Only two teams recorded a string of four poles in Monza: McLaren (1988-1991) and Mercedes (2014-2017).
4 – Mercedes is the only team with 4 consecutive wins in Monza (2014-2017).
4 – Lewis Hamilton is the active driver with most Monza wins, four, recorded in 2012 and three times in the last four years (2014, 2015, 2017).
1 – Lewis Hamilton is the only driver in history who claimed two consecutive hat-tricks (pole, win, fastest race lap) in Monza. He did it in 2014 and 2015.
1 – In the Turbo/Hybrid era there has been only one poleman at Monza, Lewis Hamilton, and only one team winning and leading the races on the Italian track, Mercedes.
0 – In the four races of the Turbo/Hybrid era Mercedes didn’t leave a single lap in the lead to their rivals.