Sunday , 23 September 2018

Stats

Post-race Statistics of the Australian GP

The F1 season is back and off to a pretty good start, three of the last six races in Australia have now been won from pole position, and four from the front row. Räikkönen however won from 7th on the grid, the last time anyone won from further back in Australia was Coulthard in 2003, Kimi’s teammate at the time.

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Pre-race Statistics of the Australian GP

It’s been a while since I’ve done the pre-race stats, hope I haven’t forgotten how! The Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit is a 5.303km circuit with 16 corners. The race will be a distance of 307.574km long after 58 laps. In the last five Australian GPs, three have been won from pole position, and three wins from Jenson Button.

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Testing Stats

Pre-season testing is finally over, I’m completely ignoring all actual times as they’re pretty much irrelevant. Laps and total distance is what I’ve been looking at, gives some idea of car reliability at least. The cars covered a total of 49947.273km during the 12 days of winter testing, that’s larger than the circumference of the Earth and almost 40% of the race distance of all cars in 2012.

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The Women of F1

Following the success of Danica Patrick last week at the Daytona 500 I thought I'd write about all the women drivers of F1, past, present and possibly future. There have only been five women enter an F1 race, with just two actually starting a race and only one finishing in a points scoring position.

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My 2013 F1 Predictions

Last season I made quite a few F1 predictions on Twitter, including the obvious Vettel/Red Bull championship, I also predicted podiums for both Grosjean and Pérez and a first win for Rosberg, with a few stats to back up the claims. Now it's time for some predictions on the 2013 season.

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The 2012 Qualifying Championship

First of all, sorry for the site downtime, was something out of my control but it doesn't matter now as WE'RE BACK! And with a new post! I had this thought a while ago and completely forgot about it until just now, what would the 2012 F1 season have been like if every single driver had finished every race exactly where they started? The answer, boring! But I went and found out anyway, with some quite interesting results.

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Aggressive Aussies – Australia Day

On the Finnish Independence Day I wrote about the Finns of F1, today (26th January, in Australia at least) it's Australia Day, so I guess it's time to do the same for them! In total 17 Australians have entered F1, with 14 of them starting at least one Grand Prix and just three winning a Grand Prix. As there are quite a few more Australians than Finns I will miss quite a few out.

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Timo Head to Heads

I said last time that Red Bull would be the last teammate head to head, I slightly lied. THIS will be the last one, maybe... Anyway, Timo Glock, he's left Marussia but just how well has he been doing in F1? In his six seasons of F1 he's only finished ahead of his teammate in the Drivers' Championship just once.

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Teammate Head to Heads – Red Bull

At last, the end of the teammate head to heads, which is of course Red Bull, triple champion Vettel and Aussie Mark Webber. Much like at Ferrari the two drivers haven't been particularly close, Webber was over 100 points down on Vettel in 2012.

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Teammate Head to Heads – Ferrari

Almost at the end of the teammate head to heads, only Red Bull to go after this one. They are the oldest team on the grid and the only team to have competed in each F1 season, but the teammate head to heads at Ferrari haven't exactly been particularly close recently, but hopefully still worth a read.

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