F1Scope Race Summary is a visualisation of Formula 1 Grand Prix. It consists of a few elements, which provide the complete overview of the top 10 action for the whole race, lap by lap.
The first part shows the grid, tyre strategy, and the situation on the finish. The distance on the finish line is proportional to the gap in seconds (every line is 5 seconds)
Just below, you can find general race statistics. Not only leaders and fastest laps, but also the percentage of gaps below 1 second, gaps between 1 and 10 seconds and bigger than 10 seconds. This, as well as position changes and pitstops is calculated only for top 10.
The next part of the summary visualises all laps for top 10. The left part of the chart is reserved for the statistics similar to the above.
The next element to the right is a lap chart, which visualises a few things at the same time:
- green ribbon = pace; the thinner the ribbon the faster pace
- orange squares, grey dots = gap indicator;
- orange squares: gap < 1 second; every filled square represents 0.1s
- grey dots: gap < 10 seconds; every dot represents 1s
- no indicator: gap > 10 seconds
- events (pitstops, fastest laps, DNFs)
On the right side of the lap chart you can also find
- best time and worst time
- and the gap chart
(The above two elements are for the current 10 laps)
All of this combined provides a lot of information on one overview.
Please find example, created for the recent Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, here. I’m looking forward to your feedback.