5 - the number of points finishes for Rubens Barrichello from seven European Grand Prix starts. The Ferrari driver has been on the podium once, in 1999 with Stewart and finished twice in fourth place, in 1995 with Jordan and in 2000 with Ferrari....
5 - the number of points finishes for Rubens Barrichello from seven European Grand Prix starts. The Ferrari driver has been on the podium once, in 1999 with Stewart and finished twice in fourth place, in 1995 with Jordan and in 2000 with Ferrari. He has the same number of fifth place finishes (in 1996 with Jordan and again this year.) Rubens has now taken part in 139 grands prix and his points total has risen to 165. 11 the number of Ferrari wins at the Nurburgring. Michael Schumacher's win is his second consecutive victory on the new version of the Eifel track, having also won last year. Other drivers to have won here are Alberto Ascari, from 1951 to 1953,) Juan Manuel Fangio (1956,) John Surtees (1964,) Jacky Ickx (1972,) Clay Regazzoni (1974) and Michele Alboreto (1985.) Ferrari has also scored its second European Grand Prix win.
12 - Juan Pablo Montoya's points total from 9 Formula 1 race starts. This is the second time the Colombian has been on the podium and just as happened here in the Nurburgring, the last time was in Barcelona, where he also finished second to Michael Schumacher. This was the first time this season that Williams-BMW has got both cars into the points. Montoya was second, while Ralf Schumacher was fourth, his fourth points scoring finish of the year.
30 - the number of wins for Michael Schumacher from the 85 starts he has made in a Ferrari. The German driver secured his 49th win in his home race from 154 grand prix starts. He is getting ever closer to Alain Prost's outright record of 51 wins from 199 races. This was Michael's fourth win in the European Grand Prix. He did it twice for Benetton in 1994 and 1995 and the same number with Ferrari in 2000 and 2001.
100 - the number of grand prix starts for Olivier Panis. The BAR-Honda driver was unable to celebrate this landmark as he retired after spinning off the track on lap 24. Panis has one win to his name, the 1996 Monaco Grand Prix, at the wheel of a Ligier-Mugen Honda. He has a total of five podium finishes: apart from victory in Monaco, he has three second places and one third. His points total is 61.
140 - the number of Ferrari wins from 645 grands prix entered. The Maranello squad thus extends its lead in the table ahead of McLaren, stuck on 132 wins from 518 grand prix participations and Williams who have 105 wins to their name. Michael Schumacher's pole from Saturday was number 144 in the history of the Scuderia, and again it heads McLaren on 112 and Williams on 108. The Williams team secured the race fastest lap here at the Nurburgring, consolidating its second place in this particular classification on 114, which puts it ahead of McLaren on 105 but behind Ferrari who lead on 146.