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Korean Grand Prix: Race Notes

October 10, 2013

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The trouble with races like the Korean Grand Prix, apart from the lack of entertainment at the time, is that there is no real motivation to analyse them. Maybe it wasn’t the most dull race for ages, but I have to admit to doing a fair amount of (real) work during it as there wasn’t […]

Singapore Grand Prix: Race Notes

September 25, 2013

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It wasn’t close, was it? In fact, it looked like it was even more dominant than Friday had suggested – indeed the general suggestion is that Vettel had between two and three seconds in hand. But things are rarely what they seem. Usually, to claim that a car is about a second and a half […]

Italian Grand Prix – Race Notes

September 9, 2013

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I quite enjoyed the Italian Grand Prix. Races where key players get out-of-position are often fun. Add in a really good midfield battle, even without the Lewis and Kimi double act, and the Alonso pass on Webber and there was a lot to like. It’s just a shame that the race winner was never really […]

German Grand Prix: Race Notes

July 9, 2013

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I enjoyed the German Grand Prix. There was a lot of racing going on and the identity of the winner was in doubt until about two to go. On the face of it, it looked like the Lotus was the car to have, Vettel did well against the odds, Webber was unlucky again, Ferrari and […]

Canadian Grand Prix: Underlying Pace

June 13, 2013

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So here is the performance chart of race pace in Canada constructed using the curve fits from the intelligentF1 model. I have put the drivers and cars in number order – as it’s most helpful for team mate comparisons. The quoted pace is underlying laptime pace relative to the fastest pace (Alonso on the hard […]

Spanish Grand Prix: Underlying Pace

May 17, 2013

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So here is the performance chart of race pace in Spain constructed using the curve fits from the intelligentF1 model. I have put the drivers and cars in number order – as it’s most helpful for team mate comparisons. The quoted pace is underlying laptime pace relative to the fastest pace (Alonso on the hard […]

Bahrain Grand Prix: Underlying Pace

April 27, 2013

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So here is the performance chart of race pace in Bahrain constructed using the curve fits from the intelligentF1 model. I have put the drivers and cars in number order – as it’s most helpful for team mate comparisons. The quoted pace is underlying laptime pace relative to the fastest pace (Vettel on the hard […]