👴 Lewis as the oldest race winner of the 21st century 🏆 Eight consecutive podiums for McLaren in 2024 🇩🇪 A rare Hulkenberg double repeat!


• It was his 12th consecutive Silverstone podium, and his 15th in total at the venue, extending his F1 record for a single circuit.

• Nobody has ever won a Grand Prix beyond their 300th start – this was Hamilton’s 344th.

• Hamilton is the sixth race winner in the first 12 races of 2024 – there were only three winners in all of 2023.

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• With 17 years and one month between his first career win and this one, Hamilton has the all-time record interval (Kimi Raikkonen went 15 years between wins).

• It was Hamilton’s 150th podium finish for Mercedes and the 199th of his career.

• He is the first driver outside of Norris or the Ferrari drivers to win Driver of the Day in 2024.

NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - JULY 06: Oscar Piastri of McLaren and Australia  during practice/qualifying

McLaren’s Oscar Piastri has gone the full distance in every 2024 round to date

• Verstappen took P2 for his 107th podium, moving him into fourth on the all-time table, behind Sebastian Vettel (122), Michael Schumacher (155) and Hamilton (199).

• Verstappen has extended his championship lead to 84 points.

• P3 for Norris was his seventh podium finish of the season.

• McLaren have now finished on the podium at the last eight consecutive races.

• It was Norris’s second consecutive British Grand Prix podium finish.

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• Team mate Oscar Piastri finished in P4 – the same position he took at last year’s British Grand Prix.

• Piastri has completed every racing lap in 2024.

• Carlos Sainz was P5 and set the fastest lap on the final lap, moving him to within four points of Ferrari team mate Charles Leclerc in the standings.

• Leclerc finished in P14 and has only scored once in four Grands Prix since winning in Monaco.

• At Haas, Nico Hulkenberg was P6 and thus finished in the top six in back-to-back races for the first time since the 2018 United States and Mexican Grands Prix for Renault.

• For Haas, it’s the first time they have achieved consecutive top-six results since the 2018 French and Austrian Grands Prix.

NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - JULY 6: Nico Hulkenberg of Germany and Haas F1 team leaving the FIA garage

Another great result for Nico Hulkenberg with P6 for Haas

• At Aston Martin, Lance Stroll in P7 secured his third top-seven finish of the season.

• He beat team mate Fernando Alonso by 7.008s.

• Stroll stays in the championship top 10 by one point over Hulkenberg.

• Alonso’s P8 results was only his second points finish in the last six Grands Prix.

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• Alex Albon matched his and Williams’ best result of the season with P9 (he also finished 9th in Monaco).

• With P10 for RB, Yuki Tsunoda matched his best-ever Silverstone result, set in 2021.

• In the second Williams, Logan Sargeant came home in P11 for best result of the season, which moves him off the bottom of the drivers’ championship.

• And in the second Mercedes, polesitter George Russell retired early and has failed to finish in two of the last three British Grands Prix.

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