CTA race of the year 2018

olegg

Race Winner
Rate the Race: The RaceFans Bottom 10 Races (since 2008)
Race - Rate

2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - 3,74
2010 German Grand Prix - 3,74
2011 European Grand Prix - 3,87
2008 European Grand Prix - 3,98
2014 Russian Grand Prix - 4,06
2018 Canadian Grand Prix - 4,24
2008 Chinese Grand Prix - 4,45
2015 Brazilian Grand Prix - 4,57
2010 Bahrain Grand Prix - 4,59
2016 European Grand Prix - 4,73
 

olegg

Race Winner
Rate the Race: RaceFans’ Top 100 Races (since 2008)
Race - Rate

1. 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix - 9.45
2. 2011 Chinese Grand Prix - 9.24
3. 2014 Canadian Grand Prix - 9.19
4. 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix - 9.14
5. 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix - 9.11
6. 2015 United States Grand Prix - 9.1
7. 2011 Canadian Grand Prix - 9.1
8. 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix - 9.1
9. 2012 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - 8.85
10. 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix - 8.79

 

RasputinLives

Leave me alone I'm on Smoko
Contributor
What's interesting about the CTA stats Vs other site stats olegg is how much the number of CTA voters dropped at end of season despite having numerous new users on the forum . It's like all the old guard suddenly stopped watching all at once.
 

olegg

Race Winner
What's interesting about the CTA stats Vs other site stats olegg is how much the number of CTA voters dropped at end of season despite having numerous new users on the forum . It's like all the old guard suddenly stopped watching all at once.
Yes.
This is odd.
But by the way racefans number of participating in the evaluation of races also decreased at the end of the season.
Perhaps this is due to a decrease in interest in the results of the season.
 
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F1Brits_90

Champion Elect
2010 German Grand Prix - 3,74 - that was the felipe faster than you race right. i thought i remember it better.

2010 bahrain gp was worst race i can remember from that point (1998 - 2010)
 

F1Brits_90

Champion Elect
i know i was surprised unless Monaco must be the super bowl of F1. when according to the article Bahrain, France, Austria, Great Britain, Italy, and Mexico got 90m viewers. but monaco got 101m in 2017 & 110m in 2018

ill do some research ill check on sky tv figures to see the popularity in Britain
 

F1Brits_90

Champion Elect
Sky F1 - Channel 4
Australia
470k -

Bahrain
713k - 2.84m

China
691k -

Baku
665k - 2.85m

Spain
852k -

Monaco
707k - 2.46m

Canada
787k -

France
795k -

Austria
552k - 1.83m

Britain
680k - 2.81m

Germany
958k -

Hungary
1.26m -

Belgium
740k - 2.68m

Italy
902k -

Singapore
819k - 2.35m

Russia
490k -

Japan
412k - 617k

USA
915k - 2.55m

Mexico
1.28m -

Brazil
998k -

Abu Dhabi
625k - 1.99m
 
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jez101

Bookies drive nice cars because of people like me
Contributor
Mexico, Brazil and USA are time zone related I expect. Late afternoon/evening races after people have had their family outings and have time to chill and watch a race.

Germany & Hungary are summer - maybe a different reason. School out perhaps. Also longer evening but probably they stand out above the other summer races because they are sky only. It looks like sky loses about 150k viewers each race that is free to air.

The number of viewers is not going to correlate to the quality of the race very well. The decision to watch is usually made before the start. The evaluation of whether it was any good happens during and after.
 

F1Brits_90

Champion Elect
hungary is odd one because it was a good race but not sparkling. but Germany i can see getting general sporting fans watching as it was a great race

but time zone definitely a factor. when you see the dreadful figures for Japan
 
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