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Tag Archives: Post-race Stats

Post-race Statistics of the Hungarian GP

Hamilton has finally won a race for Mercedes, four pole positions and before Sunday a best finishing position of only third. Hamilton is only the second British F1 winner in a German car, the only other being Stirling Moss back in 1955.

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Post-race Statistics of the German GP

Another race over and another win for the championship leader Sebastian Vettel. At the start of the season there was just four races on the calendar that he hadn’t won. Now after winning in Canada and Germany there are just two left, Hungary and USA.

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Post-race Statistics of the Canadian GP

I’ll be honest, the Canadian GP was incredibly boring. Bottas impressed in the wet qualifying session with 3rd, the first time Williams have been into Q3 this season. The race was won from pole by Sebastian Vettel by a 14 second gap, which could have been well over 20 seconds if he didn’t make a mistake towards the end of the race and if he wasn’t held up while lapping cars.

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Post-race Statistics of the Monaco GP

As mentioned a few times on Twitter I am having internet problems which is why this wasn’t done yesterday. Anyway, the 60th F1 Monaco GP is over and Mercedes have finally converted a pole position into a win. Nico Rosberg achieved his third consecutive pole position, the last person to do so in a Mercedes was Juan Manuel Fangio in 1954 on the way to his second Drivers’ Championship.

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Post-race Statistics of the Spanish GP

Fans seem to be split over the Spanish GP earlier, seen some say it was dull and some say it was fantastic. Pit stops were another hot topic today with a massive 77 tyre changes, possibly the most of any dry race. Mercedes qualified 1-2 for the first time since 1955 but in the race faded away and finished sixth and 12th, not what they would have wanted.

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Post-race Statistics of the Bahrain GP

Sorry it’s a day later than usual but I just didn’t have the time yesterday. The 2013 Bahrain GP was full of action and surprises. Nico Rosberg qualified on pole, his second and Mercedes 11th but then faded away in the race and finished ninth. Sebastian Vettel won the race making him the first double winner of the season. Vettel is also the only driver with two poles or two fastest laps this season.

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Post-race Statistics of the Chinese GP

The 2013 Chinese GP was Fernando Alonso’s 200th race start and it went a lot better than his 200th race a few weeks ago in Malaysia. Alonso won the race from 3rd on the grid, his 31st race win and 10th for Ferrari.

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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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Post-race Statistics of the Brazilian GP

Wow, what a race that was, had a little bit of everything, we even had Kimi Räikkönen getting lost off track. Nico Hülkenberg led a race for the first ever time, looking good for a win, a podium at least until he made a mistake at turn 1 forcing Lewis Hamilton to retire and getting a drive through for himself.

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Post-race Statistics of the United States GP

A pretty good first race at the Circuit of the Americas, with some clever tactics from Ferrari before the race start to get both Alonso and Massa on the clean side of the grid. Red Bull suffered from their third alternator failure of the season, it previous failed at Valencia and Monza.

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