The Winning Number

The Winning Number

We may only have been in Formula One for a mere 19 seasons, but we’ve had our fair share of ups and downs. While we’ll never forget the low points, that’s not what this article is about.

Let’s take a look at some of the key stats from our best wins, and our infamous ones…

Winners Week


It was race number 74 at which the Team took its first win

23 years, 133 days

The age of Sebastian Vettel when he won the Drivers’ Championship in 2010, becoming the youngest driver to be crowned World Champion
23 years, 133 days


The number of drivers who could’ve won the 2010 World Championship going into the final race in Abu Dhabi


Sebastian was responsible for 11 of the Team’s 12 victories in 2011 with the RB7


With three races remaining of the 2011 season, the Team wrapped up its second Constructors’ title


In 2013 Seb went on a victory rampage towards the end of the season and won a record-breaking (at the time) nine races in a row


Max Verstappen won his 1st race In a Red Bull – the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix


The points difference between Max and Lewis Hamilton going into the final race of 2021


Max’s start position at the 2022 Belgium Grand Prix, where he went on to win


Max’s win percentage since racing in F1


The number of seasons it took for the Team to get a one-two finish in the Drivers’ Championship


The total number of points the Team collected in 2023


The number of one-two finishes Max and Checo have achieved together


The number of Grand Slams Max has claimed throughout his career (pole, fastest lap, race win and lead every lap)

3 out of 7

Out of the Team’s seven drivers title, it has come down to the final race of the season three times. Sebastian in 2010 and 2012, and Max in 2021


The laps led by Max in the 2023 season (the previous record was Seb’s with 739 laps led)

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