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(Reuters) - Statistics for Sunday's Monaco Formula One Grand Prix (Round six of 20 races):
Lap distance: 3.337km. Total distance: 260.286km (78 laps)
Race lap record: One minute 17.939 seconds, Lewis Hamilton (Britain), Mercedes, 2016.
2016 pole: Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) Red Bull 1:13.622
2016 winner: Hamilton
Start time: 1200 GMT (1400 local)
Champions Mercedes have won 54 of 64 races since the introduction of the 1.6 litre V6 turbo hybrid power units in 2014.
Mercedes' triple world champion Hamilton has 55 career victories, putting him second in the all-time list behind Michael Schumacher (91). Vettel has 44, McLaren's Fernando Alonso is on 32 and Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen 20.
Ferrari have won 226 races, McLaren 182, Williams 114, Mercedes 67 and Red Bull 52. McLaren and Williams have not won since 2012.
Mercedes have been on pole in 60 of the last 64 races.
Hamilton has 64 poles so far, one short of the late Ayrton Senna's career total and five behind Schumacher's record 68.
Hamilton has 108 podiums to date and is second on the all-time list behind Schumacher (155). Vettel has 91, Raikkonen 85.
Force India's Mexican Sergio Perez has finished the last 15 races in the points, the longest current run among those on the grid.
Force India are also the only team to have scored with both cars in every race this season.
McLaren are the only team yet to score in 2017.
The last five races have all seen the safety car deployed.
Mercedes have won the last four Monaco Grands Prix (Nico Rosberg in 2013, 2014, 2015) and Hamilton in 2016.
Ferrari have not won in Monaco since 2001, with Michael Schumacher.
The driver on pole has won 10 of the last 16 races in Monaco. In 1996, Frenchman Olivier Panis won from 14th on the starting grid -- the lowest winning start position to date.
Since 1950, only 10 times has the race been won by a driver starting lower than third.
With Rosberg retired and Alonso absent, four former Monaco winners will be on Sunday's grid: Vettel (2011), Button (2009), Hamilton (2008, 2016), Raikkonen (2005).
This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of the late Brazilian Ayrton Senna's first win in Monaco, with Lotus. He won there six times in all and remains the only Brazilian to have won in the principality.
Reporting by Alan Baldwin, editing by Greg Stutchbury