Monday , 21 September 2020

Tag Archives: Qualifying

Craig’s Column: Oh no, not another qualifying ‘solution’

Qualifying is one of those aspects of grand prix racing that has been tinkered with countless times ever since the first major tweaks were introduced in the 1990s to make it more interesting for television viewers. What we have now is almost unquestionably the best format in history, which can provide shocks right up until the finish. However, Formula 1 bosses want to toy with the idea of scrapping qualifying as we know it altogether and replacing it with qualifying races.

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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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