Ferrari has been the most reliable team so far in 2010.
Red Bull is leading the championships and has collected the most wins and pole positions, but ranks only second in the reliability stakes.
The F10, driven by Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa, has completed a remarkable 1471 of the possible 1474 laps throughout the 12 races so far.
That is 98 laps more than the Red Bull drivers.
But the Italian team is just third in the constructors' championship, while Alonso is the highest-placed Ferrari driver in fifth place.
The Spaniard's late engine failure in Malaysia was Ferrari's only retirement, with neither he or Massa crashing out of a race.
Mercedes is the only other team fielding drivers that have not retired due to accidents in 2010.
In contrast, Red Bull has recorded one failure and two driver crashes, while McLaren has had two technical failures and one accident retirement.
Renault has the worst reliability of the top teams, with 4 technical retirements and 2 crashes.
The least technically reliable teams overall were Virgin (11 technical retirements) and Sauber (10). HRT is the most reliable new team (8), ahead of Lotus (9).