The Japanese GP in Numbers

Statistics from the Japanese Grand Prix weekend

Total number of laps completed (by driver)

Valtteri Bottas 148
Romain Grosjean 145
Nico Rosberg 143
Esteban Gutierrez 141
Jenson Button 141
Paul di Resta 140
Mark Webber 138
Nico Hulkenberg 136
Sebastian Vetel 133
Felipe Massa 133
Fernando Alonso 131
Kimi Raikkonen 131
Daniel Ricciardo 128
Jean-Eric Vergne 127
Max Chilton 127
Sergio Perez 118
Adrian Sutil 114
Charles Pic 109
Pastor Maldonado 102
Lewis Hamilton 97
Giedo van der Garde 90
Jules Bianchi 33
Heikki Kovalainen 22

Total number of laps completed (by team)

Sauber 277
Lotus 276
Red Bull 271
Ferrari 264
McLaren 259
Toro Rosso 255
Force India 254
Williams 250
Mercedes 240
Caterham 221
Marussia 160

Number of race laps: 53
Number of safety cars: 0
Number of race starters: 22
Number of times race lead changed hands (includes pole sitter): 6
Number of different race leaders: 3
Number of classified drivers: 19
Number of retirements: 3
Number of drivers on lead lap at chequered flag: 11
Number of teams scoring points: 6
Most places gained: 8 (Adrian Sutil – 22nd- 14th)
Number of visits to pit-lane: 49
…of which were pit-stops: 45
Retirements in the pit-lane: 1
Drive-through penalties: 3
Fastest lap: Mark Webber 1:34.587 on lap 44

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