Max Verstappen is on his way to a second world championship – and he has a strong chance of breaking records held by Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and others as he does.
Honda’s engines have won more than half of the Formula 1 races which have been held since the manufacturer announced its plans to leave the series.
Max Verstappen’s victory in last weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix was his fourth in a row, making this the longest winning streak of his career so far.
Max Verstappen has won the last two races from double-digit starting positions – a feat which only one other Formula 1 driver ever achieved.
Yuki Tsunoda appears to be performing better in his second season of Formula 1 but there may be more to this than meets the eye.
Sergio Perez started his second season at Red Bull strongly, but the gap between him and Max Verstappen has grown in recent races.
Zhou Guanyu has performed well on his debut as a Formula 1 driver but luck hasn’t been on his side with an excessive amount of technical failures.
Carlos Sainz Jnr has turned his season around just in time to frustrate his team mate’s rapidly fading hopes of winning the championship.
Second year driver Mick Schumacher picked up in form approaching the summer break, but his returning team mate has the edge on him so far this year.
George Russell beat Lewis Hamilton for the seventh consecutive race in Azerbaijan. But the multiple world champion has turned his season around since then.
Sebastian Vettel is retiring from Formula 1 at the end of 2022, meaning that, once more, Aston Martin look set to lose their better performing driver.
Nicholas Latifi has been regularly out-paced and out-performed by Williams’ new arrival Alexander Albon so far in 2022.
Esteban Ocon is on course to become only the second of Fernando Alonso’s team mates to out-score him over a season. Are the 41-year-old’s skills waning?
The first of our mid-season assessments of each pair of team mates in Formula 1 looks at whether there are any signs of improvement for Daniel Ricciardo in his second year at McLaren.
Only a small fraction of the 1,070 world championship races have been won from a double-digit starting position. Max Verstappen achieved the latest last weekend.
Charles Leclerc has fallen so far behind Max Verstappen he could win all of the remaining races yet still lose the championship.
At the halfway point in the season, Ferrari has gained the most points compared to last year while Lewis Hamilton has seen the biggest drop.
More than half of the Formula 1 field have now won races, while Mick Schumacher scored his first points, and the second for car number 47.
For the fourth time in his career, Lewis Hamilton has gone 10 consecutive races without winning one. More stats and facts from the Canadian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc’s head must be spinning at the speed with which his championship fortunes have reversed in the space of just seven weeks.