F.1 GP de Monaco
210 – Last year Ferrari recorded their 210th pole position in Monaco.
128 – Last year Kimi Raikkonen scored pole after a wait of 128 races: his previous one had come in the 2008 French GP.
15 – Last year Ferrari won here after a wait of 15 years.
11 – Nico Hulkenberg was eleventh on the grid four times out of six races here, a record for the Monaco track.
7x4 – Sergio Perez is the only driver in history who qualified four times in seventh in Monaco.
6 – Sauber recorded six retirements for race accidents here in their last eight starts.
3 – Lewis Hamilton claimed his two wins in the Monaco GP always starting from the 3rd grid spot.
3 – Mercedes missed out on a podium finish in Monaco only three times since they returned to racing in 2010: 2010, 2011 and last year.
3 – In the last three editions, the leader at the end of the opening lap never won in Monaco.
3 – Carlos Sainz always scored points in Monaco, three times: he is the only driver who took a Toro Rosso car in the points here in the Turbo/Hybrid era.
2 – Lewis Hamilton’s wins here came in 2008 and 2016, in both cases rain played a part in the race.
2 – This is one of the two races of the 2017 season where Esteban Ocon didn’t score points, the other being Brazil.
2-5 – The most successful among the current drivers in Monaco are Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel, with two wins and five podium finishes each. Alonso follows with two wins and four podiums.
1 – Ricciardo is the only driver who took a Red Bull car on the podium here in the Turbo/Hybrid era, three times.
1 – Daniel Ricciardo two years ago claimed here is only career pole position.
1 – Last year this was the first race with both Haas cars in the points.