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Top statistics from United States GP

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Translated by: Rachit Thukral
Oct 24, 2017, 7:14 AM

All the important statistics and figures from last weekend's United States GP at Austin, Texas.

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Lewis Hamilton scored the 72th position of his grand prix career in Mercedes. It was also 86th pole for Mercedes as a constructor and 169th as an engine manufacturer.

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With a pole time of 1m33.108s, the Englishman broke the lap record (1m34.999s) which he had himself set last year.

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It was his 117th front row start of the year, eclipsing the record once held by Michael Schumacher.

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He went on to take his 62nd win on Sunday. For Mercedes it was their 75th victory as a team and 161th as an engine maker.

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The 32-year-old has a very strong record at the Circuit of the Americas, winning the race at five out of six occasions - 2012 (pictured), 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. He only lost out to Sebastian Vettel in 2013.

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At three out of those five occasions, he won the race by overtaking the leader at turn 12 - Vettel in 2012 and '17, Rosberg in 2014.

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W08, celebrates as he wins the race

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W08, celebrates as he wins the race
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Hamilton is also chasing the record of most consecutive points finishes, currently held by Kimi Raikkonen (27). Since last year's Japanese GP, Hamilton has been in the points for 22 races in a row now.

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Hamilton's victory and Valtteri Bottas' fifth place sealed the fourth consecutive constructors title for Mercedes. Mercedes didn't win a title during its dominant years in 1954-55 as the constructors championship wasn't introduced until 1958.

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Mercedes is the fourth team to win at least four consecutive titles after McLaren (1988-91), Ferrari (1999-2004) and Red Bull (2010-13).

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Several drivers and teams have been crowned championships on October 22. Among drivers, Denny Hulme (1967), Alain Prost (1989), Michael Schumacher (1995) and Fernando Alonso (2006) won drivers championships, while Ferrari (2000), Renault (2006) and now Mercedes (2017) have won constructors titles on this day.

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With his 97th podium finish at Austin, Sebastian Vettel is now tied up with Fernando Alonso, the driver he replaced at Ferrari in 2015.

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The German also clocked his 37th fastest lap in Austin, which also happens to be the fastest ever race lap in the circuit's history - 1m37.766s.

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For Vettel's teammate Kimi Raikkonen, it was his 89th career podium.

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It was Esteban Ocon's 26th consecutive race finish since his mid-season debut last year with Manor. He has now broken the record for most consecutive race finishes for a new driver, previously held by Max Chilton.

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Carlos Sainz became the first driver to score points for Renault on his debut since Giancarlo Fisichella in 2005.

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Daniil Kvyat, who was absent during the previous two races, scored his third points of the season in Texas. He had previously finished inside the top 10 in Australia and Spain.

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Brendon Hartley became the 759th driver to start a grand prix and the ninth from New Zealand. His debut came 50 years after fellow New Zealander and world champion Denny Hulme.

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Series Formula 1
Event United States GP
Location Circuit of the Americas
Author Fabien Gaillard