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11 F1 records in danger of being broken in 2019

From Lewis Hamilton becoming the first man to score 400 points in a single season to a certain Kimi Raikkonen setting the fastest lap in F1 history, last season was record-breaking for various reasons. So, can the new campaign follow suit? We see no reason why not, and with plenty of records at risk of being broken in 2019, we’ve picked out 11 to look out for… The quickest lap in F1's history When looking back on his final season with Ferrari, Kimi Raikkonen can certainly hold his head high. Perhaps the stand-out moment of his farewell season with the Scuderia was the Finn winning an action-packed United States Grand Prix, which saw him end a wait of 2044 days and 113 races without a victory. But before his Austin exploits, he played a pivotal part in another record-breaking weekend, this time on Ferrari’s home turf in Monza. At the time, it was Juan Pablo Montoya who held the record for the fastest lap in F1 history, but Raikkonen ended the Colombian's 14-year reign with a blistering lap of his own to secure pole.

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