(Reuters) - Statistics for Sunday’s Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix at the Hungaroring, the 12th race of the 21-round season:
Lap distance: 4.381km. Total distance: 306.630km (70 laps)
2018 pole: Lewis Hamilton (Britain) Mercedes one minute 35.658 seconds.
2018 winner: Hamilton
Race lap record: One minute 19.071 seconds, Michael Schumacher (Germany) Ferrari, 2004.
Start time: 1310 GMT (1510 local)
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Lewis Hamilton has won a record six times in Hungary (2007, 2009 and 2012 with McLaren. 2013, 2016 and 2018 with Mercedes). He has also been on pole six times and can equal Schumacher’s record seven at the circuit.
Kimi Raikkonen, Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo have also won in Hungary.
Alfa Romeo’s Raikkonen has made more podium appearances (nine) in Hungary than any driver. He has also had four fastest laps there.
The lowest winning start in Hungary was Jenson Button’s victory from 14th on the grid in 2006.
Hungary’s debut in 1986 made it the first F1 race in eastern Europe behind what was then the ‘Iron Curtain’. This weekend’s race is the 34th Hungarian GP.
Fifteen of the 33 races to date have been won from pole.
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Hamilton has 80 victories from 240 races and is closing the gap to Schumacher’s record 91. He has also won 58 of the 111 races in the V6 turbo hybrid era that started in 2014.
Vettel, third on the all-time list, has 52.
Ferrari have won 235 races since 1950, McLaren 182, Williams 114, Mercedes 96 and Red Bull 61. Former champions McLaren and Williams have not won since 2012.
Hamilton has won seven out of 11 races so far this season and has a 41-point lead in the championship over team mate Valtteri Bottas, who has won twice. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen has also won twice.
Hamilton has a record 87 career poles, Vettel 56.
Only three of the 11 races so far this season have been won from pole — Bottas in Azerbaijan and Hamilton in Monaco and France.
Hamilton has 143 career podiums. Vettel has 116.
Hamilton has finished the last 23 races in the points. He holds the record of 33 scoring finishes in a row.
Daniil Kvyat’s third place in Germany for Toro Rosso was only the third time since 2017 that a driver from outside the top three teams has appeared on the podium.
It was also the first time since 1988 that two different Honda-powered teams had drivers on the podium.
This year marks 25 years since Verstappen’s father Jos finished third at the Hungaroring for Benetton, his first podium in Formula One.
Williams’ Robert Kubica made his F1 debut in Hungary in 2006.
Reporting by Alan Baldwin, editing by Ken Ferris