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Circuits
#
Name
Location
Laps 
Circuit Length 
Race Distance   
Lap Record 
Record Holder
Grand Prix Date
1
Albert Park
Melbourne, Australia
58
5,303 km
307,574 km
1:24.125
M. Schumacher (2004)
17 March
2
Sepang International
Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia
56
5,543 km
310,408 km
1:34.223
J.P. Montoya (2004)
24 March
3
Shanghai International
Shanghai, China
56
5,451 km
305, 066 km
1:32.238
M. Schumacher (2004)
14 April
4
Bahrain International
Sakhir (Manama), Bahrain
57
5,412 km
308,238 km
1:30.252
M. Schumacher (2004)
21 April
5
Circuit de Catalunya
Barcelona, Spain
66
4,655 km
307,104 km
1:21.670
K. Raikkonen (2008)
12 May
6
Circuit de Monaco
Monte Carlo, Monaco
78
3,340 km
260,520 km
1:14.439
M. Schumacher (2004)
26 May
7
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Montréal, Canada
70
4,361 km
305,270 km
1:13.622
R. Barrichello (2004)
9 June
8
Silverstone Circuit
Silverstone, Great Britain
52
5,891 km
306,198 km
1:34.908
F. Alonso (2011)
30 June
9
Nürburgring
Nürburg, Germany
60
5,148 km
308,623 km
1:29.468
M. Schumacher (2004)
7 July
10
Hungaroring
Mogyoród, Hungary
70
4,381 km
306,630km
1:19,071
M. Schumacher (2004)
28 July
11
Spa-Francorchamps
Spa, Belgium
44
7,004 km
308,052 km
1:47.263
S. Vettel (2009)
25 August
12
Autodromo di Monza
Monza, Italy
53
5,793 km
306,720 km
1:21.046
R. Barrichello (2004)
8 September
13
Marina Bay Circuit
Singapore, Singapore
61
5,073 km
309,316 km
1:45.599
K. Raikkonen (2008)
22 September
14
Korea International Circuit
Yeongam, South Korea
55
5,615 km
308,630 km
1:39.605
S. Vettel (2011)
6 October
15
Suzuka
Suzuka, Japan
53
5,807 km
307,471 km
1:31,540
K. Raikkonen (2005)
13 October
16
Budd International
New Delhi, India
60
5,125 km
307,249 km
1:27.249
S. Vettel (2011)
27 October
17
Yas Marina Circuit
Abu Dhabi, UAE
55
5,554 km
305,355 km
1:40.279
S. Vettel (2009)
3 November
18 
Circuit of Americas
Austin, USA
56
5,513 km
308,405 km
1:39.347
S. Vettel (2012)
17 November
19
Autódromo J. C. Pace
São Paulo, Brazil
71
4,309 km
305,909 km
1:11.473
J.P. Montoya (2004)
24 November
Teams
Name
Base
Team Principal
Technical Chief
Chassis
Engine
Tyres
First
Season
WCC*
Highest
Finish
Pole
Positions
Fastest
Laps
Red Bull Racing
Milton Keynes, UK
Christian Horner
Adrian Newey
RB9
Renault
Pirelli
2005
3
1 (x34)
46
29
Scuderia Ferrari
Maranello, Italy
Stefano Domenicali
Pat Fry
F138
Ferrari
Pirelli
1950
16
1 (x219)
207
227
Vodafone McLaren
Woking, UK
Martin Whitmarsh
Tim Goss
MP4-28
Mercedes-Benz
FO 108F
Pirelli
1966
8
1 (x82)
155
151
Lotus F1 Team
Enstone, UK
Eric Boullier
James Allison
E21
Renault
Pirelli
1981
2
1 (x36)
51
34
Mercedes AMG Petronas
Brackley, UK
Ross Brawn
Bob Bell
F1 W04
Mercedes-Benz
Pirelli
2010
0
1 (x1)
1
3
Sauber F1 Team
Hinwil, Switzerland
Monisha Kaltenborn
 
C32
Ferrari
Pirelli
1993
0
1 (x1)
1
4
Sahara Force India
Silverstone, UK
Vijay Mallya
Andrew Green
VJM06
Mercedes-Benz
Pirelli
2008
0
2 (x1)
1
2
Williams F1 Team
Grove, UK
Frank Williams
Mike Coughlan
FW35
Renault
Pirelli
1975
9
1 (x114)
127
131
Scuderia Toro Rosso
Faenza, Italy
Franz Tost
James Key
STR8
Ferrari
Pirelli
2006
0
1 (x1)
1
0
Caterham F1 Team
Leafield, UK
Cyril Abiteboul
Mark Smith
CT03
Renault
Pirelli
2010
0
11 (x1)
0
0
Marussia F1 Team
Banbury, UK
John Booth
Pat Symonds
MR02
Cosworth CA2013K
Pirelli
2010
0
12 (x2)
0
0
Drivers
Name
Team
Car
Nationality
Place of Birth
D.O.B.
Podiums
Points
Grand Prix
Entered
WCC*
Highest
Finish
Highest
Grid Pos.
Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
No. 1
German
Heppenheim
3 July 1987
46
1054
101
3
1 (x26)
1 (x36)
Mark Webber
Red Bull Racing
No. 2
Australian
Queenbayan
27 Aug. 1976
34
848.5
198
0
1 (x9)
1 (x11)
Fernando Alonso
Scuderia Ferrari
No. 3
Spanish
Oviedo
29 July 1981
86
1364
198
2
1 (x30)
1 (x22)
Felipe Massa
Scuderia Ferrari
No. 4
Brazilian
São Paulo
25 Apr. 1981
35
704
173
0
1 (x11)
1 (x15)
Jenson Button
Vodafone McLaren
No. 5
British
Frome
19 Jan. 1980
49
999
230
1
1 (x15)
1 (x8)
Sergio Pérez
Vodafone McLaren
No. 6
Mexican
Guadalajara
26 Jan. 1990
3
80
38
0
2 (x22)
4 (x1)
Kimi Raikkonen
Lotus F1 Team
No. 7
Finnish
Espoo
17 Oct. 1979
69
786
177
1
1 (x19)
1 (x16)
Romain Grosjean
Lotus F1 Team
No. 8
French
Geneva
17 Apr. 1986
3
96
26
0
2 (x1)
2 (x1)
Nico Rosenberg
Mercedes AMG Petronas
No. 9
German
Wiesbaden
27 June 1985
7
399.5
128
0
1 (x1)
1 (x1)
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes AMG Petronas
No. 10
British
Stevenage
7 Jan. 1985
49
913
110
1
1 (x21)
1 (x26)
Nico Hulkenberg
Sauber F1 Team
No. 11
German
Emmerich
19 Aug. 1987
0
85
39
0
4 (x1)
1 (x1)
Esteban Gutiérrez
Sauber F1 Team
No. 12
Mexican
Monterrey
5 Aug 1991
0
0
0
0
0 (x0)
0 (x0)
Paul Di Resta
Sahara Force India
No. 14
British
Uphall
16 Apr. 1986
0
73
39
0
4 (x1)
6 (x2)
Adrian Sutil
Sahara Force India
No. 15
German
Starnberg
11 Jan. 1983
0
95
90
0
4 (x1)
2 (x1)
Pastor Maldonaldo
Williams F1 Team
No. 16
Venezuelan
Maracay
9 Mar. 1985
1
46
39
0
1 (x1)
1 (x1)
Valterri Bottas
Williams F1 Team
No. 17
Finnish
Nastola
28 Aug. 1989
0
0
0
0
0
0
Jean-Eric Vergne
Scuderia Toro Rosso
No. 18
French
Pontoise
25 Apr. 1990
0
16
20
0
8 (x4)
11 (x1)
Daniel  Ricciardo
Scuderia Toro Rosso
No. 19
Australian
Perth
1 July 1989
0
10
31
0
9 (x4)
6 (x1)
Charles Pic
Caterham F1 Team
No. 20
French
Montelimar
15 Feb. 1990
0
0
20
0
12 (x1)
19 (x2)
Giedo Van Der Garde
Caterham F1 Team
No. 21
Dutch
Rhenen
25 Apr. 1985
0
0
0
0
0
0
Jules Bianchi
Marussia F1 Team
No. 22
French
Nice
3 Aug. 1989
0
0
0
0
0
0
Max Clinton
Marussia F1 Team
No. 23
British
Reigate
21 Apr. 1991
0
0
0
0
0
0

Notes

* World Constructors' Championship

Sources

Cardinali, P. Gran Premio d'Australia 2013. Speciale Globo Sport. Melbourne: Italian Media Corporation, 2013.

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