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#401 Exb

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Posted 19 September 2015 - 18:17

Bottas - Massa difference in Singapore appeared to be more than 0.025 secs. Maybe you can summarize the calculation principle once again so that we can understand the meaning of data better?


I presume its from the quickest lap set? - so Massa's from Q2 (1.45.701) to Bottas Q3 (1.45.676) same with the McLaren drivers as Fernando was over 0.6 seconds up o n Jenson's Q2 time (JB's fastest lap was in Q1)

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#402 Man of the race

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Posted 19 September 2015 - 18:50

Thanks. Eliminates some oddities and adds amount of samples. Sounds about as sensible as it can be then.

#403 tyker

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Posted 19 September 2015 - 23:56

Yes that is correct Exb and I'm glad you appreciate the logic Man of the race :)



#404 tyker

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Posted 26 September 2015 - 16:57

After Japan (Japan Difference)

 

01. Stevens 0.5s (-)

02. Vettel 0.29s (0.102s)

03. Hamilton 0.25s (-0.076s)

04. Grosjean 0.22s (0.219s)

05. Ricciardo 0.19s (0.704s)*

06. Verstappen 0.06s (-)

07. Hulkenberg 0.05s (-0.216s)

08. Nasr 0.03s (-0.087s)

09. Alonso 0.02s (-)**

10. Bottas 0s (0.313s)

 

*Although I used Ricciardo's lap in Q3, two things I took into account for doing this, first there seemed to be hardly any track improvement and secondly they both had 2 attempts on the medium tyres.

 

**Both Button's laps were spoiled due to no fault of his own.



#405 tyker

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Posted 10 October 2015 - 23:09

After Sochi (Sochi Difference)

 

01. Stevens 0.3s (0.111s)

02. Vettel 0.29s (0.259s)

03. Grosjean 0.28s (0.97s)

04. Hamilton 0.204s (-0.32s)

05. Ricciardo 0.196s (0.209s)

06. Nasr 0.07s (0.618s)

07. Verstappen 0.06s (-)

08. Hulkenberg 0.05s (0.032s)

09. Bottas 0.04s (0.478s)

10. Button 0.03s (0.405s)



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Posted 11 October 2015 - 11:00

Why its not taken Bottas time from Q2? Massa took part in Q2, too.



#407 henke1972

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Posted 27 October 2015 - 10:38

Have someone calculated the difference after USGP? 



#408 coppilcus

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Posted 27 October 2015 - 22:07

The obvious surprise is the difference between the Ferrari and Mercedes Drivers...

 

Nice battle on the rest of the teams.



#409 josepatches

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Posted 28 October 2015 - 10:55

Not sure it would be really fair to add US Gp without Q3. They knew it could happen but anyway there was not more wet tyres so i could bet drivers like Hamilton were trying to save a bit of performance from the ones they had

#410 tyker

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Posted 01 November 2015 - 00:32

Sorry I wasn't aware of the replies

 

Regarding Sochi Massa wasn't able to set a representative time in Q2 being almost a second slower than Q1, I know he had problems in traffic and then ran off the track. I feel the track was slightly better in Q2 so decided to just use the Q1 times.

 

With Austin I don't use wet weather times because of the large variance in times that you can get which can have an enormous effect on the overall averages plus the track is never consistent in grip.



#411 tyker

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Posted 01 November 2015 - 00:38

After Mexico (Mexico Difference)

 

01. Vettel 0.29s (-)

02. Grosjean 0.27s (0.223s)

03. Ricciardo 0.183s (-0.001s)

04. Hamilton 0.176s (-0.188s)

05. Stevens 0.13s (-0.25s)

06. Verstappen 0.06s (0.048s)

07. Bottas 0.05s (0.119s)

08. Hulkenberg 0.038s (-0.119s)

09. Nasr 0.037s (-0.489s)

10. Button 0.03s (-)



#412 tyker

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Posted 14 November 2015 - 17:19

After Brazil (Brazil Difference)

 

01. Vettel 0.29s  (0.34s)

02. Grosjean 0.28s (0.329s)

03. Ricciardo 0.165s (-0.095s)

04. Hamilton 0.159s (-0.078s)

05. Hulkenberg 0.0799s (0.662s)

06. Verstappen 0.0798s (0.287s)

07. Bottas 0.07s (0.33s)

08. Nasr 0.05s (0.244s)

09. Stevens 0.04s (-0.132s)

10. Button 0.03s (-)



#413 tyker

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Posted 28 November 2015 - 17:12

Final Qualifying Averages (Abu Dhabi Difference) Head to Head

 

01. Grosjean 0.28s (0.344s) 15-1

02. Vettel 0.24s (-0.441s) 11-2

03. Ricciardo 0.18s (0.489s) 11-6

04. Hamilton 0.13s (-0.377s) 10-6

05. Bottas 0.072s (0.103s) 10-5

06. Verstappen 0.0707s (-0.039s) 7-6

07. Nasr 0.0698s (0.417s) 10-8

08. Hulkenberg 0.044s (-0.502s) 9-7

09. Stevens 0.04s (-) 1-2*

10. Button 0.03s (-) 6-4 

 

*Used the comparison with Rossi rather than Mehri because he was more competitve