News about Robert Kubica coming back to F1 appear regularly on the front pages of numerous F1 websites. It inspired me to develop new type of distillation focused on a single driver and not a single Gran Prix.
Please take a look, tell me what you think about it, and let me know, who would you like to see distilled next.
4 drivers were setting fastest laps yesterday: Verstappen 16 times, Vettel 6 and Bottas and Hamilton 2 times. The Fastest Lap of the race was finally set by Vettel on 68th lap.
Last year, 2016 Mexican Formula 1 Grand Prix, provided us with 187 laps of top ten drivers 1s or less from eachother.
Looking at the whole 2016, Mexican Grand Prix was 6th on list with: Monaco – 270, Austria 240, Brazil 225, China 213 and Australia 199 top 10 DRS laps.
How is it going to be on Sunday ?
All 2016 Formula 1 Grand Prix races are now available on F1scope. Enjoy !
What was your favourite race of 2016 season ? Let me guess Brazil ?
Last year United States Formula 1 Grand Prix was not only about great strategy calls and Lewis Hamilton in full control, but also about surprises.
Verstappen was pretty clear about his ambitions on the radio, just to surprise his team in the pitlane and then to be surprised by his car giving up on him a lap later.
Ricciardo couldn’t understand why he was not stopped during the Virtual Safety Car period, and Raikkonen experienced very unusual pitstop, when he left with the wheel gun still attached to his car.
It all came back to me today, when I was distilling 2016 US F1 GP and looking forward to the 2017 edition of this race tomorrow.
BTW what do you think about new versions of F1Scope race visualisation charts ?
All 2017 races are now available as F1Scope distillates in a new vertical format. Looking forward to your feedback.
After some time of silence I’ve just published a visualisation of today’s Japanese Grand Prix in the new layout. I see it as a beta release, and planning to publish the whole season in this format soon.