"Each year, we publish the numbers that tell the story of our Formula One season," says Pirelli motorsport director, Paul Hembery. "This year, we wanted to talk about all the numbers from the three-year period between 2011 and 2013, as one era closes and another one opens. Personally speaking, even I have been astonished by the statistics our engineers have calculated relating to our initial Formula contract: more than 110,000 tyres supplied, 3000 pit stops, and an average of 56 overtaking manoeuvres per race. These three years have also been characterised by unstinting dedication from all our people, both on the track and in our Research and Development facilities, in order to meet the needs of teams and drivers through state-of-the-art technical solutions - as all the key players themselves have acknowledged.
"Throughout the three-year period, the tyre specification has completely changed year on year, as well as being evolved throughout the season: an effort that has never been seen before under a single tyre supplier regime in Formula One. We were presented with a challenging task and we met it: as the teams, drivers and championship organisers have pointed out on several occasions. And it's in that same spirit that we are now working towards 2014."
Tyres (From 2011 To 2013)
Total number of tyres supplied from 2011 to 2013: 112,200. Of these, 93,600 have been for races and 18,600 for testing. Of the 93,600 race tyres, 68,800 were slicks and 24,800 were rain tyres. In 2013, the total number of tyres supplied was 33,200.
Total number of tyres actually used in races: 72,200: of which 65,800 were slicks and 7,400 were rain tyres. In 2013, the total number of slick tyres used was 23,300 and the total number of rain tyres used was 2,400.
Total number of tyres that were recycled: all 112,200.
Pit Stops (From 2011 To 2013)
Total number of pit stops: 3,019 (of these, 58 were drive-through penalties and nine were stop and go penalties). In 2013 there were 951 pit stops: an average of 50.05 per race and 2.3 per driver.
Highest number of pit stops in one race: 88 in the 2011 Hungarian Grand Prix (three of which were drive-through penalties).
Lowest number of pit stops in one race: 24 in the 2012 United States Grand Prix and 2013 Italian Grand Prix.
Fastest pit stop: 1.923s (Red Bull/Mark Webber in the 2013 United States Grand Prix)
Overtaking (From 2011 To 2013)
Total number of overtaking manoeuvres: 3,274 (an average of 56 per race). In 2013 there were 985 overtaking manoeuvres.
Highest number of overtaking manoeuvres in a dry race: 126 in the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix.
Highest number of overtaking manoeuvres in a wet race: 147 in the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Lowest number of overtaking manoeuvres in a dry race: 12 in the 2012 Monaco Grand Prix.
Circuits And Races In 2013
Circuits that subject the tyre to the most energy per kilometre (lateral, braking, traction, etc.): Barcelona, Suzuka.
Circuits that subject the tyre to the most energy per kilometre (lateral, braking, traction, etc.): Monza, Montreal.
Longest race of the year: Monaco, two hours, 17 minutes, 52.056 seconds.
Shortest race of the year: Italy, 1 hour, 18 minutes, 33.352 seconds.
Highest number of laps on each Pirelli compound: Hard - Rosberg (689); Medium - Hamilton (1,420); Soft - Hulkenberg (308); Supersoft - Rosberg (292); Intermediate - Webber (178); Wet - Gutierrez (66).
Highest speed reached by a P Zero Formula One tyre in 2013: 341.1 kph (Esteban Gutierrez at the Italian Grand Prix).
Highest number of fastest laps: Sebastian Vettel (seven in races and seven in qualifying).
Highest total number of laps on Pirelli tyres: 684 (Sebastian Vettel)
Number of races in which the pole position record was broken: three (Lewis Hamilton at the British Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel at the Singapore Grand Prix and Indian Grand Prix).
Number of races in which the fastest race lap record was broken: one (Sebastian Vettel at the Singapore Grand Prix).