2017 Teammate comparisons

Discussion in 'Statistics & Analysis' started by Rutherford, Jul 30, 2017.

  1. Rutherford

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    • Times are from a single session. For example: Driver A did not advance to Q2, then the time for driver A and driver B was taken from Q1.
    • Times which were posted despite a failure or by a replacement driver are not accounted for in the averages. These are marked by an asterisk.
    • Position is the drivers final position in qualifying, not the starting position, i.e. regardless of the drivers own penalties or another drivers penalties which may have moved driver A up or down the order on race day.
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2017
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    Red Bull

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    Force India

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  10. Rutherford

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    Ricciardo crashed in Azerbaijan that's a fault of his own therefore the time has been accounted for and I guess, he made up for it in the race. ;)
    The top 4 teams are all fairly close with around 0.2 secs between the drivers, the closest are the two Mercedes drivers with an average gap of 0.047 secs.
    Palmer is 0.767 secs (100.917279%) behind Hulkenberg on average without the time in Australia, but despite his statements, I can't find an official press release from Renault stating that he had an issue.
  11. Will you do Haas, Toro Rosso and Sauber?
  12. Olivier

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    Mercedes -> 100.039, I guess that's as close as it gets, doesn't it?
  13. Rutherford

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    Hi, yes, of course or else it wouldn't be complete. I've been on holiday and I started the sheet just before I left meaning I didn't have time to complete those teams.
    I'll post the others tomorrow evening.
    Last edited: Aug 14, 2017
  14. Rutherford

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    Mercedes: Hamilton - Bottas
    Ferrari: Vettel - Raikkonen
    Red Bull: Ricciardo - Verstappen
    Force India: Perez - Ocon
    Toro Rosso: Sainz - Kvyat
    Renault: Hulkenberg - Palmer
    Williams: Massa - Stroll
    McLaren: Alonso - Vandoorne
    Haas: Grosjean - Magnussen
    Sauber: Ericsson - Wehrlein
  15. So yellow means 1st Driver, blue 2nd Driver, but what does the orange colour mean?
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    Toro Rosso

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    Yellow= Team
    Blue= 1st driver
    Orange= 2nd driver

    All teams have been uploaded now.
  20. Titch

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    Blimey Rutherford that's a hell of a lot of work. Were you feeling bored ?
    Brilliant though.
  21. Rutherford

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    No, I was feeling curious :); curious about how big the gap between Hulkenberg and Palmer (my favourite driver) really is and then, if there are any other driver pairings with such big gaps between them. Then I thought I could add to and share with CTA. ;) SkyF1 should take note of it too, because Croft and Kravitz keep saying that Palmer is not too far off of Hulkenbergs pace which is clearly wrong. In the race in Hungary he also lost 7 secs. within 7 laps or so to Hulkenberg once he was overtaken by him.

    The gap between the Mercedes drivers is interesting, because they are very close. Hamilton has had three very strong sessions (Canada, Azerbaijan and GB), but he has also had two weak ones Russia and especially Monaco. I assume the gap will increase towards the end of the season in favour of Hamilton, if he can improve he consistency which he must, because Vettel, as always, should be very strong in Asia.
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