Stat Attack: Spain (post-race)

Stat Attack: Spain (post-race)

Michele Merlino investigates the records and compiles the stats following the Spanish Grand Prix

Race notes

• Mark Webber scored his third career win and his first leading from start to finish. His winning margin at Barcelona was 24.065 seconds – the highest since the wet 2008 British GP, when Lewis Hamilton finished 1m08.577s ahead of Nick Heidfeld. The last bigger gap in a dry race was the 2005 Hungarian GP, when Kimi Raikkonen won, 35.581s ahead of Michael Schumacher.

• Michael Schumacher claimed his best result of the year so far in fourth, and for the first time finished ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg, who failed to score points for the first time this year.

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