Stat Attack: Brazil

Stat Attack: Brazil

Michele Merlino investigates the records and compiles the stats ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix

Kimi Raikkonen turns 30

The 2007 world champion will celebrate his 30th birthday on the Saturday of the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend. Here is a table which shows where he stands among the greats at their 30th birthday:

Brazil personal scoreboard

• Lewis Hamilton lived through opposite emotions in his two Brazilian Grands Prix: he lost the title to Raikkonen in 2007 by finishing seventh and won it last year finishing fifth after a last lap pass which secured him the position he needed. His best grid result is a second place in 2007. Hamilton has never spent a single lap in the lead in Brazil, and only ran as high as third for three laps last year during the refuelling stops.

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