A much better season for Sauber this time round, from no points and tenth in 2014 to 36 points and eighth in 2015. I think everybody knows which of the two drivers was better in 2015, but I’ll compare the data anyway!
No wins, podiums, poles or fastest laps for Sauber, but Nasr did score three times the points of Ericsson, pretty one sided so far.
|Driver||Race Finish||Started Ahead||Qualified Ahead||Faster Race Lap|
Here is where it starts to get a little more interesting, qualifying is as close to 50/50 as possible, Nasr has finished more races ahead (just about) but Ericsson takes the least important stat here with the most faster race laps.
|Driver||Out of Q1||Out of Q2||Into Q3|
Pretty even again but Ericsson has made Q3 once more than Nasr.
|Driver||Average Qualifying||Average Finish||Top 10s||Retirements|
Qualifying really was tight between the two Sauber drivers, but Nasr was clearly ahead in the races, despite it being his rookie year and Ericsson’s second.