Fernando Alonso can become the 4th driver to have 300 starts. He stands at 296 before Monaco. He joins Michael Schumacher, Jenson Button and the record holder, Rubens Barrichello.
Lewis Hamilton can extend his record of most consecutive race starts, which stands at 213 before the F1 2018 Monaco Grand Prix.
If Kimi starts all the remaining races for Ferrari, he would have entered 152 races for the team. That would see him go past David Coulthard’s 150, for the most races by a driver for a team. Michael Schumacher holds the record with 181 entries (179 starts) for Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton will continue to extend his record for most races with the same engine manufacturer. He has always used a Mercedes engine, and leads the statistic with 213 starts.
3 more victories for Sebastian Vettel can see him notch 52 career wins and move 3rd in the all-time F1 winners list, ahead of 4 time world champion, Alain Prost.
Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez have entered 142 races without tasting victory, the 6th longest drought. They should pass Eddie Cheever and Jean-Pierre Jarier for the 5th longest streak by the end of the F1 2018 season. Perez (484) has the most points in F1 without a win and Hulkenberg (427) is 2nd.
Victory at Canada and US could see Lewis win at those venues for the 7th time overall. Michael Schumacher has won 8 times at France, 7 times at Canada and San Marino.
Lewis Hamilton can continue to extend his lead with the most pole positions won. He has 74 pole positions.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are 1st and 2nd in all-time career points won. They can extend their lead.
Fernando Alonso (198) and Kimi Raikkonen (190) can become the only drivers after Michael Schumacher to have scored points in over 200 races this season.
Lewis Hamilton has the record for most consecutive point finishes at 30, starting from the 2016 Japanese Grand Prix. He looks set to extend the record.
Lewis has the F1 record for taking pole and winning the same race, 41 times. He can look forward to extending that record.
Victory at the French Grand Prix would see Lewis win a 23rd different Grand Prix and win at a 26th different track.