Lewis Hamilton is the fastest driver on the 2013 grid, the German magazine Auto Motor und Sport reports in a mid-season analysis.
Although the Mercedes driver only broke through for his first win of the year in Hungary, correspondent Michael Schmidt revealed Hamilton’s average qualifying position so far in 2013 is a field-best of 2.36.
The strongest driver in the crucial races, of course, is Vettel, with the German having held P1 during grands prix for a total of 1278 kilometres, compared to Fernando Alonso‘s mere 424.
But Finn Raikkonen is the only one of them who has scored points in every race.
Toro Rosso has been the team with the most technical problems, while Red Bull has the fastest pitstop crew, with struggling Williams’ crew coming in slowest.