With a total of 29 participants, the 1991 Brazil Grand Prix is the one that holds the record with more assistance in a race.
Only 6 drivers showed up at the 1994 German Grand Prix, which holds the record with the lowest attendance in a race.
Out of a total of 25 participants, 16 pilots managed to finish the 1991 Canadian Grand Prix.
Out of a total of 27 participants, the 1991 United States Grand Prix left nothing more and nothing less than 16 dropouts.
ABC Supply 500 was the longest in the history of LVF1. With a final time of 73:59.881, Mc-Nunper got the victory.
2009 Australian Grand Prix was the shortest in the history of LVF1. With a final time of 0:24:22.432, Daniiy#01 got the victory.