Saturday , 18 August 2018

Pre-race stats

Pre-race Statistics of the Canadian GP

This is the 44th Canadian GP and the 34th at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. 14 or 42.42% have been won from pole position, slightly higher than the average of 38.70% of the races on the 2013 calendar. The first championship race in Canada was held at Mosport Park in 1967 and won by Sir Jack Brabham.

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Pre-race Statistics of the Monaco GP

The Monaco GP is one of the oldest races in the world that is still going today. The first race was held back in 1929 and after 100 laps it was won by British-French driver William Grover-Williams in his Bugatti. William Grover-Williams has quite an interesting but unfortunate story, there’s no time for it now but I’d recommend doing a search.

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Pre-race Statistics of the Spanish GP

At last, after a bit of a break F1 is back and for the first time this season the race is in Europe! The Spanish GP is at the Circuit de Catalunya for the 23rd time. The 4.655km circuit has 16 corners with a race distance of 307.230km after 66 laps.

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Pre-race Statistics of the Bahrain GP

The Bahrain GP, the one week of the year that the media seem to mention or care about the protests in the country. Anyway, the Bahrain GP takes place at the incredibly well named Bahrain International Circuit. So far eight races have been held at the circuit with four being won from pole and just won from second, Felipe Massa at the 2008 Bahrain GP.

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Pre-race Statistics of the Chinese GP

MADE IN CHINA. The Shanghai International Circuit is one of five circuits on the calendar with “International Circuit” in the name. A slightly pointless stat but something that irritates me about modern circuits.

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Pre-race Statistics of the Malaysian GP

The 2013 Malaysian GP should be a pretty interesting race, not sure on the weather, probably wet, but it will be hot and humid as always. It will be the 15th race around the 5.543km long, 15 corner Sepang International Circuit. The race will be 56 laps and 310.408km and Mark Webber & Fernando Alonso’s 200th Grand Prix and potentially Webber’s 10th race win.

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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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Pre-race Statistics of the Brazilian GP

It’s amazing to think that 12 months ago, Sebastian Vettel was dominating the F1 season. This time around, the World Drivers’ Championship is going down to the final race, taking place in Brazil.

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Pre-race Statistics of the United States GP

Despite not ever hosting a race before I actually have a lot of, hopefully, interesting stats of the new Circuit of the Americas and American GPs in general. The circuit is 5.516km long with 20 corners, the fourth most corners on the calendar behind Valencia, Singapore and Abu Dhabi. The race will have 56 laps, unless it reaches the two hour cut off, a race distance of 308.896km, which again is the fourth most on the calendar.

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Pre-race Statistics of the Abu Dhabi GP

The Yas Marina Circuit in the United Arab Emirates is a 5.554km circuit, a 50 lap race with a race length of 305.470km. In the three races at the circuit all have been won from the front row, but only one from pole position, which was Sebastian Vettel in 2010. There are a total of 21 corners, which is the third most of any track on the grid.

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