With a total of 22 participants, the 1999 Spanish 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 19 participants, 15 pilots managed to finish the 2007 United States Grand Prix.
Out of a total of 18 participants, the 1999 Australian Grand Prix left nothing more and nothing less than 14 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.