Records in Formula 1 in the history
Max Verstappen, on the other hand, became the youngest driver to win a Grand Prix in 2016, when in Spain, in a Red Bull, he won at just 18 years, 7 months and 15 days. Lewis Hamilton holds the record for the most pole position starts, overtaking two legends - Schumacher and Ayrton Senna. Hamilton in his career has already won 75 times, the record of victories obtained is not for him a mirage so far.
Two memorable Formula One Grand Prix races
Yet, despite the decidedly unfavourable situation, Senna rolled up his sleeves, and began one of the fastest and most spectacular comebacks ever seen in the history of Formula 1.
The race resumed again and Barrichello climbed to the first position ahead of Coulthard and Raikkonen. Shortly afterwards the Brazilian was forced to retire, leaving the first position to the Scottish driver: behind him Raikkonen and Giancarlo Fisichella. And here comes the turning point of the race. The two leading drivers stopped at the pits on lap 52 and 54, leaving the lead to Fisichella. Webber's Jaguar, in the meantime, crashed violently into the barriers near the curves preceding the central straight. Fernando Alonso's Renault arrives and takes full advantage of one of the wheels of the Webber car that ended up on the track and in turn ends up against the barriers. The impact is so violent as to force the Spanish driver to medical checks in hospital.