Formula one 2015 has been a record breaker for many teams and drivers. We analysis the whole year in numbers and facts.
- Lewis Hamilton 10 wins
- Nico Rosberg 6 wins
- Sebastian Vettel 3 wins
- Lewis Hamilton 17 podiums
- Nico Rosberg 15 podiums
- Sebastian Vettel 13 podiums
- Kimi Raikkonen 3 podiums
- Valterri Bottas, Felipe Massa and Daniel Ricciardo 2 podiums each
- Daniil Kvyat, Romain Grosjean and Sergio Perez 1 podium each
- Mercedes 32 podiums
- Ferrari 16 podiums
- Williams 4 podiums
- Red Bull 3 podiums
- Force India and Lotus 1 podium each
- Lewis Hamilton 11 pole positions
- Nico Rosberg 7 pole positions
- Sebastian Vettel 1 pole position
- Lewis Hamilton 8 fastest laps
- Nico Rosberg 5 fastest laps
- Daniel Ricciardo 3 fastest laps
- Kimi Raikkonen 2 fastest laps
- Sebastian Vettel 1 fastest lap
- Romain Grosjean 17 – 2 Pastor Maldonado (Lotus)
- Sebastian Vettel 15 – 4 Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
- Daniel Ricciardo 12 – 7 Daniil Kvyat (Red Bull)
- Lewis Hamilton 12 – 7 Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)
- Valterri Bottas 11 – 8 Felipe Massa (Williams)
- Nico Hulkenberg 11 – 8 Sergio Perez (Force India)
- Carlos Sainz Jr 10 – 9 Max Verstappen (Torro Rosso)
- Felipe Nasr 10 – 9 Marcus Ericsson (Sauber)
- Fernando Alonso 10 – 8 Jenson Button (McLaren)
- Will Stevens 9 – 3 Roberto Merhi (Manor)
- Alexander Rossi 3 – 2 Will Stevens (Manor)
Final Driver’s Championship Standings
- Lewis Hamilton 381 points
- Nico Rosberg 322 points
- Sebastian Vettel 278 points
- Kimi Raikkonen 150 points
- Valterri Bottas 136 points
- Felipe Massa 121 points
- Daniil Kvyat 95 points
- Daniel Ricciardo 92 points
- Sergio Perez 78 points
- Nico Hulkenberg 58 points
- Romain Grosjean 51 points
- Max Verstappen 49 points
- Felipe Nasr 27 points
- Pastor Maldonado 27 points
- Carlos Sainz Jr 18 points
- Jenson Button 16 points
- Fernando Alonso 11 points
- Marcus Ericsson 9 points
- Roberto Merhi 0 points
- Alexander Rossi 0 points
- Will Stevens 0 points
Final Constructors Championship Standings
- Mercedes 703 points
- Ferrari 428 points
- Williams 257 points
- Red Bull 187 points
- Force India 136 points
- Lotus 78 points
- Torro Rosso 67 points
- Sauber 36 points
- McLaren 27 points
- Manor Marussia 0 points
- Mercedes set a new Constructors Championship points record of 703 points. They bet last years by 3 points of a points tally of 701 points and that included the double points at the last race of 2014.
- Mercedes claimed 15 front row lockouts out of a possible of 19.
- At the Malaysian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel gave Ferrari’s first win since the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix. This was also Vettel’s first win since the 2013 Brazilian Grand Prix.
- At the Belgium Grand Prix, Romain Grosjean gave Lotus its first podium since the 2013 American Grand Prix. It was also Grosjean’s first podium since 2013 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
- At the Australian Grand Prix, Torro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz Jr and Sauber’s Felipe Nasr scored points on their F1 debut in 9th and 5th places.
- At the Malaysian Grand Prix, Torro Rosso’s Max Verstappen became the youngest driver to score world championship points in 7th place.
- For McLaren – Honda drivers, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso it was not a great season for them. This marked Button’s worst season since 2008 and Alonso’s worst season since his debut in 2001.
- Force India’s 5th place this year in the constructor championship is their best ever finish in F1 with 136 points.
- At the Australian Grand Prix, with Sauber’s Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson in the points in 5th and 8th place, Sauber scored their first points since the 2013 Brazilian Grand Prix.
- Lewis Hamilton ended the year with 43 wins, he most wins by a British driver. Hamilton is now 3rd in the all time wins. Only Michael Schumacher, 91 wins and Alain Prost, 51 wins are ahead of him.