Thursday, 29 November 2012

BBC & Sky F1 Viewing Figures 2012

Barney Francis, the managing director of Sky Sports said recently in The Times newspaper; "There are more people watching Formula One than ever before". So the spin continues even though any regular Joe can check the figures on BARB and see the massive fall in viewers from last year.

Considering how much they paid for the TV rights and with such a low viewership it is debatable new subscribers are making this a worthwhile venture for Sky. It also can't be economical flying their big production crew around the world and paying Mr Brundle's salary along with virtually every other British ex F1 driver on their team.

Below are the BBC/Sky 2012 Formula One viewing figures for races over the season. Korea or India Sky rerun figures were unobtainable but judging on the other Sky rerun figures they are extremely small and would make virtually no difference.



BBC 2011 Sky + BBC 2012 Difference
Australia 4.2m(Early race + Rerun) (0.71 + 0.20) + (2.7) = 3.6m -0.6m
Malaysia 4.5m(Early race + Rerun) (0.91 + 0.07) + (2.7) = 3.7m -0.8m
China 4.7m(Early race + Rerun) (0.50 + 0.05) + (2.9 + 1.6) = 5.1m +0.4m
Bahrain 4.8m(2010 race) 0.82 + 3.7 = 4.5m -0.3m
Spain 4.8m 0.52 + 3.5 = 4.0m -0.8m
Monaco 5.2m 0.57 + 3.1 = 3.7m -1.5m
Canada 6.3m 0.92 + 2.3 = 3.1m -3.2m
Valencia 3.9m 0.53 + 3.8 = 4.3m +0.4m
Great Britain 4.9m 0.46 + 3.2 = 3.7m -1.2m
Germany 4.3m 0.99 + 1.9 = 2.9m -1.4m
Hungary 4.7m 0.72 + 3.6 = 4.3m -0.4m
Belgium 3.7m 0.37 + 2.8 = 3.2m -0.5m
Italy 4.2m 0.72 + 3.6 = 4.3m +0.1m
Singapore 4.3m 0.48 + 3.4 = 3.9m -0.4m
Japan 4.4m(Early race + Rerun) (0.39 + 0.12) + 2.4 = 2.9m -1.5m
Korea 4.1m(Early race + Rerun) (0.27 + ?) + (1.62 + 1.56) = 3.5m -0.6m
India 5.6m(Early race + Rerun) (0.56 + ?) + 2.8 = 3.4m -2.2m
Abu Dhabi 4.7m 0.54 + 3.9 = 4.4m -0.3m
USA No Race 0.86 + 2.2 = 3.1m Low
Brazil 4.9m 0.54 + 5.2 = 5.7m +0.8
= 88.2m Sky(12.0) + BBC(62.2) =74.2m 
(Excluding USA)
-14.0m
(-16%)


Source Barb.co.uk

Monday, 26 November 2012

F1 Driver And Team 2012 Form Guide

 A look at how teammates and teams stacked up against each-other over the entire season. The data is taken from the beginning of the season in Melbourne up to and including the last grand prix in Brazil. For details on how the data is compiled see below tables.


Qualifying: Driver-Car Package
(Average over season)

No. Driver - Car Q. Av (Qs)
1 Lewis Hamilton - McLaren 3.1 (20)
2 Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull 4.2 (20)
3 Mark Webber - Red Bull 5.5 (20)
4 Jenson Button - McLaren 6.5 (20)
5 Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 6.6 (20)
6 Kimi Raikkonen - Lotus 7.7 (20)
7 Romain Grosjean - Lotus 8.1 (19)
8 Pastor Maldanado - Williams 8.8 (20)
9 Michael Schumacher - Mercedes 9.0 (20)
10 Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 9.5 (20)
11 Felipe Massa - Ferrari 9.9 (20)
12 Nico Hulkenberg - Force India 11.4 (20)
13 Paul Di Resta - Force India 11.6 (20)
14 Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber 11.8 (20)
15 Sergio Perez - Sauber 12.2 (20)
16 Bruno Senna - Williams 14.7 (20)
17 Daniel Ricciardo - Toro Rosso 14.9 (20)
18 Jean-Eric Vergne - Toro Rosso 16.8 (20)
19 Heikki Kovalainen - Caterham 19.0 (20)
20 Vitaly Petrov - Caterham 19.8 (20)
21 Timo Glock - Marussia 21.2 (19)
22 Charles Pic - Marussia 22.0 (20)
23 Pedro De la Rosa - HRT 22.6 (20)
24 Narain Karthikeyan - HRT 23.6 (20)



 Race: Driver-Car Package 
(Average over season)

No. Driver - Car R. Av (Rs)
1 Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull 3.1 (18)
2 Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 3.2 (18)
3 Lewis Hamilton - McLaren 4.4 (14)
4 Kimi Raikkonen - Lotus 5.0 (20)
5 Mark Webber - Red Bull 5.1 (17)
6 Jenson Button - McLaren 5.6 (16)
7 Romain Grosjean - Lotus 6.5 (11)
8 Michael Schumacher - Mercedes 7.5 (12)
9 Felipe Massa - Ferrari 7.8 (19)
10 Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber 8.7 (15)
11 Nico Hulkenberg - Force India 8.8 (17)
= Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 8.8 (17)
13 Sergio Perez - Sauber 8.9 (14)
14 Paul Di Resta - Force India 9.9 (18)
15 Bruno Senna - Williams 10.8 (15)
16 Pastor Maldanado - Williams 10.8 (13)
17 Daniel Ricciardo - Toro Rosso 11.4 (19)
18 Jean-Eric Vergne - Toro Rosso 11.8 (16)
19 Vitaly Petrov - Caterham 15.6 (17)
20 Heikki Kovalainen - Caterham 15.7 (19)
21 Timo Glock - Marussia 16.3 (18)
22 Charles Pic - Marussia 17.1 (14)
23 Pedro De la Rosa - HRT 18.0 (15)
24 Narain Karthikeyan - HRT 20.2 (12)



 Best Qualifying Car 
(Average of teammate qualifying position)

No. Qualifying Car Q. Av (Qs)
1 McLaren 4.8 (40)
2 Red Bull 4.9 (40)
3 Lotus 7.9 (39)
4 Ferrari 8.3 (40)
5 Mercedes 9.3 (40)
6 Force India 11.5 (40)
7 Williams 11.8 (40)
8 Sauber 12.0 (40)
9 Toro Rosso 15.9 (40)
10 Caterham 19.4 (40)
11 Marussia 21.6 (39)
12 HRT 23.1 (40)



Best Race Car 
(Average of teammate race finish position)

No. Race Car R. Av (Rs)
1 Red Bull 4.1 (35)
2 McLaren 5.0 (30) 
3 Ferrari 5.5 (37)
4 Lotus 5.8 (31)
5 Mercedes 8.2 (29)
6 Sauber 8.8 (29)
7 Force India 9.4 (35)
8 Williams 10.8 (28)
9 Toro Rosso 11.6 (35) 
10 Caterham 15.7 (36)
11 Marussia 16.7 (32)
12 HRT 19.1 (27)



 Biggest Qualifying Advantage Between Teamates
(Teammate finishes ahead after both complete qualifying)
 
No. Teammates Q. Adv
1 Pastor Maldonado vs Bruno Senna 18-2
2 Pedro De la Rosa vs Narain Karthikeyan 17-3
= Fernando Alonso vs Felipe Massa 17-3
= Lewis Hamilton vs Jenson Button 17-3
5 Daniel Ricciardo vs Jean-Eric Vergne 16-4
6 Timo Glock vs Charles Pic 13-6
7 Heikki Kovalainen vs Vitaly Petrov 13-7
8 Nico Hulkenberg vs Paul DiResta 12-8
9 Sebastian Vettel vs Mark Webber 11-9
10 Sergio Perez vs Kamui Kobayashi 11-9
11 Romain Grosjean vs Kimi Raikkonen  10-9
12 Michael Schumacher vs Nico Rosberg 10-10



Biggest Race Advantage Between Teamates
(Teammate finishes ahead after both complete race)
 
No. Teammates R. Adv
1 Fernando Alonso vs Felipe Massa 17-0
2 Pedro De la Rosa vs Narain Karthikeyan 9-0
3 Kimi Raikkonen vs Romain Grosjean 10-2
4 Michael Schumacher vs Nico Rosberg 7-3
= Lewis Hamilton vs Jenson Button 7-3
6 Sebastian Vettel vs Mark Webber 11-6
7 Timo Glock vs Charles Pic 8-5
8 Sergio Perez vs Kamui Kobayashi 6-4
9 Nico Hulkenberg vs Paul DiResta 10-7
=  Vitaly Petrov vs Heikki Kovalainen 10-7
11  Daniel Ricciardo vs Jean-Eric Vergne 8-7
12  Bruno Senna vs Pastor Maldonado 7-7


The data plots out averages of driver and car performance to try and cut through the media spin and see what driver or team is performing and who isn't. One can look at the points scored for the entire gird but that can be misleading with only the top 10 awarded points and car retirements further skewing comparison.

First shown are qualifying and race driver-car packages. Next the cars are ranked in qualifying and race by averaging the two drivers performances. Ranking the cars on qualifying and race average positions isn't an exact science as some drivers are obviously better than others but it gives a good idea of the grid order especially when averaging the two teammates performances.

To give a true indication of low fuel one lap raw pace, qualifying penalties are obviously not included( gearbox or engine change, causing avoidable accident last GP etc). Concerning Hamilton's and Vettel's qualifying disqualifications I left them in their original grid slot as all we are really concerned about here is tracking true driver and car performance. The shortage of fuel in both instances would not have gave a significant gain or changed their position relative to their teammate.

On the race stats to also get a true indication only cars that finish are included and not all cars classified as finished. An example being Lewis Hamilton in Valencia where he is running 4th and crashes out after getting tangled with Pastor Maldanado. Hamilton is classified as having finished in 19th place but if we include Hamilton's 19th place it messes up his stats as it's not a true performance indicator so it's just counted as a DNF.

Thursday, 22 November 2012

Brazilian Grand Prix TV Coverage (BBC & Sky)

The television coverage in the UK for the Brazilian Grand Prix is as follows -

BBC

Friday
BBC Red Button Freeview
1155-1335 Live coverage of the 1st practice session.

1555-1735 Live coverage of the 2nd practice session.


Saturday
BBC Red Button Freeview
1255-1405 Live coverage of the 3rd practice session.

BBC 1
1500-1730 Live coverage of Qualifying.


Sunday

BBC 1
1500-1815  Live coverage of Race. (Race starts at 1600)

BBC Red Button Freeview
1815-1915 Post-race analysis and debate.


Sky

Friday
Sky Sports F1 HD
1145-1350 Live coverage of the 1st practice session.

1545-1800 Live coverage of the 2nd practice session.


Saturday
Sky Sports F1 HD
1245-1410 Live coverage of the 3rd practice session.

1500-1745 Live coverage of Qualifying.


Sunday
Sky Sports F1 HD
1430-1915 Live coverage of Race. (Race starts at 1600)

Monday, 19 November 2012

F1 Driver And Team Form Guide (Pre Brazilian GP)

 A look at how teammates and teams are stacking up against each-other in the run up to the season finale in Sao Paula, Brazil. The data is taken from the beginning of the season in Melbourne up to and including the last grand prix in Austin, USA. For details on how the data is compiled see below tables.


Qualifying: Driver-Car Package
(Average over season)

No. Driver - Car Q. Av (Qs)
1 Lewis Hamilton - McLaren  3.2 (19)
2 Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull  4.2 (19)
3 Mark Webber - Red Bull 5.6 (19)
4 Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 6.5 (19)
5 Jenson Button - McLaren 6.7 (19)
6 Romain Grosjean - Lotus 7.5 (18)
7 Kimi Raikkonen - Lotus 7.6 (19)
8 Michael Schumacher - Mercedes 8.7 (19)
9 Pastor Maldanado - Williams 8.9 (19)
10 Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 9.5 (19)
11 Felipe Massa - Ferrari 10.1 (19)
12 Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber 11.6 (19)
= Paul Di Resta - Force India 11.6 (19)
= Nico Hulkenberg - Force India 11.6 (19)
15 Sergio Perez - Sauber 12.2 (19)
16 Daniel Ricciardo - Toro Rosso 14.8 (19)
= Bruno Senna - Williams 14.8 (19)
18 Jean-Eric Vergne - Toro Rosso 16.7 (19)
19 Heikki Kovalainen - Caterham 19.0 (19)
20 Vitaly Petrov - Caterham 19.8 (19)
21 Timo Glock - Marussia 21.2 (18)
22 Charles Pic - Marussia 21.9 (19)
23 Pedro De la Rosa - HRT 22.5 (19)
24 Narain Karthikeyan - HRT 23.6 (19)



 Race: Driver-Car Package 
(Average over season)

No. Driver - Car R. Av (Rs)
1 Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull  3.3 (17)
2 Fernando Alonso - Ferrari  3.4 (17)
3 Lewis Hamilton - McLaren  4.4 (14)
4 Kimi Raikkonen - Lotus 5.2 (19)
5 Mark Webber - Red Bull 5.4 (16)
6 Jenson Button - McLaren 5.9 (15)
7 Romain Grosjean - Lotus 6.5 (11)
8 Michael Schumacher - Mercedes 8.2 (11)
9 Felipe Massa - Ferrari 8.3 (18)
10 Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 8.4 (16)
11 Sergio Perez - Sauber 8.9 (14)
12 Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber 9.3 (14)
13 Nico Hulkenberg - Force India 9.4 (16)
14 Paul Di Resta - Force India 9.9 (18)
15 Bruno Senna - Williams 10.8 (15)
16 Pastor Maldanado - Williams 10.9 (13)
17 Daniel Ricciardo - Toro Rosso 12.0 (18)
18 Jean-Eric Vergne - Toro Rosso 12.5 (15)
19 Heikki Kovalainen - Caterham 16.6 (18)
= Vitaly Petrov - Caterham 16.6 (16)
21 Timo Glock - Marussia 17.2 (17)
22 Charles Pic - Marussia 18.5 (13)
23 Pedro De la Rosa - HRT 19.3 (14)
24 Narain Karthikeyan - HRT 20.4 (11)



 Best Qualifying Car 
(Average of teammate qualifying position)

No. Qualifying Car Q. Av (Qs)
1 McLaren  4.9 (38)
2 Red Bull  5.1 (38)
3 Lotus 7.8 (37)
4 Ferrari 8.2 (38)
5 Mercedes 9.0 (38)
6 Force India 11.7 (38)
= Sauber 11.7 (38)
8 Williams 12.0 (38)
9 Toro Rosso 15.8 (38)
10 Caterham 19.3 (38)
11 Marussia 21.7 (37)
12 HRT 23.0 (38)



Best Race Car 
(Average of teammate race finish position)

No. Race Car R. Av (Rs)
1 Red Bull  4.4 (33)
2 McLaren  5.3 (29) 
3 Ferrari 5.9 (35)
4 Lotus 6.0 (30)
5 Mercedes 7.8 (27)
6 Sauber 8.8 (28)
7 Force India 9.6 (34)
8 Williams 11.0 (28)
9 Toro Rosso 12.3 (33) 
10 Caterham 16.5 (34)
11 Marussia 17.7 (30)
12 HRT 19.8 (25)



 Biggest Qualifying Advantage Between Teamates
(Teammate finishes ahead after both complete qualifying)
 
No. Teammates Q. Adv
1 Fernando Alonso vs Felipe Massa  17-2
= Pedro De la Rosa vs Narain Karthikeyan  17-2
= Pastor Maldonado vs Bruno Senna 17-2
4 Lewis Hamilton vs Jenson Button 16-3
5 Daniel Ricciardo vs Jean-Eric Vergne 15-4
6 Heikki Kovalainen vs Vitaly Petrov 13-6
7 Timo Glock vs Charles Pic 12-6
8 Sebastian Vettel vs Mark Webber 11-8
= Nico Hulkenberg vs Paul DiResta 11-8
10 Romain Grosjean vs Kimi Raikkonen 10-8
11 Michael Schumacher vs Nico Rosberg 10-9
=  Sergio Perez vs Kamui Kobayashi 10-9



Biggest Race Advantage Between Teamates
(Teammate finishes ahead after both complete race)
 
No. Teammates R. Adv
1 Fernando Alonso vs Felipe Massa  16-0
2 Pedro De la Rosa vs Narain Karthikeyan  8-0
3 Kimi Raikkonen vs Romain Grosjean 10-2
4 Lewis Hamilton vs Jenson Button 9-4
5 Sebastian Vettel vs Mark Webber 11-5
6 Michael Schumacher vs Nico Rosberg 6-3
= Timo Glock vs Charles Pic 8-4
8 Sergio Perez vs Kamui Kobayashi 6-4
9 Daniel Ricciardo vs Jean-Eric Vergne 8-6
10  Nico Hulkenberg vs Paul DiResta 9-7
=  Vitaly Petrov vs Heikki Kovalainen 9-7
12  Bruno Senna vs Pastor Maldonado 7-7


The data plots out averages of driver and car performance to try and cut through the media spin and see what driver or team is performing and who isn't. One can look at the points scored for the entire gird but that can be misleading with only the top 10 awarded points and car retirements further skewing comparison.

First shown are qualifying and race driver-car packages. Next the cars are ranked in qualifying and race by averaging the two drivers performances. Ranking the cars on qualifying and race average positions isn't an exact science as some drivers are obviously better than others but it gives a good idea of the grid order especially when averaging the two teammates performances.

To give a true indication of low fuel one lap raw pace, qualifying penalties are obviously not included( gearbox or engine change, causing avoidable accident last GP etc). Concerning Hamilton's and Vettel's qualifying disqualifications I left them in their original grid slot as all we are really concerned about here is tracking true driver and car performance. The shortage of fuel in both instances would not have gave a significant gain or changed their position relative to their teammate.

On the race stats to also get a true indication only cars that finish are included and not all cars classified as finished. An example being Lewis Hamilton in Valencia where he is running 4th and crashes out after getting tangled with Pastor Maldanado. Hamilton is classified as having finished in 19th place but if we include Hamilton's 19th place it messes up his stats as it's not a true performance indicator so it's just counted as a DNF.

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

United States Grand Prix TV Coverage (BBC & Sky)

The television coverage in the UK for the United States Grand Prix is as follows -

BBC

Saturday
BBC 2
2100-2215 Delayed Highlights coverage of Qualifying.


Sunday
BBC 1
2225-0025 Delayed Highlights coverage of Race.


Sky

Friday
Sky Sports F1 HD
1445-1650 Live coverage of the 1st practice session.

1845-2100 Live coverage of the 2nd practice session.


Saturday
Sky Sports F1 HD
1445-1610 Live coverage of the 3rd practice session.

1700-1945 Live coverage of Qualifying.


Sunday
Sky Sports F1 HD
1730-2215 Live coverage of Race. (Race starts at 1900)

Thursday, 8 November 2012

F1 Driver And Team Form Guide (Pre USA GP)

A look at how teammates and teams are stacking up against each-other in the run up to the United States grand prix in Austin, Texas. The data is taken from the beginning of the season in Melbourne up to and including the last grand prix in Abu Dhabi.

The data plots out averages of driver and car performance to try and cut through the media spin and see what driver or team is performing and who isn't. One can look at the points scored for the entire gird but that can be misleading with only the top 10 awarded points and car retirements further skewing comparison.

First shown are qualifying and race driver-car packages. Next the cars are ranked in qualifying and race by averaging the two drivers performances. Ranking the cars on qualifying and race average positions isn't an exact science as some drivers are obviously better than others but it gives a good idea of the grid order especially when averaging the two teammates performances.

To give a true indication of low fuel one lap raw pace, qualifying penalties are obviously not included( gearbox or engine change, causing avoidable accident last GP etc). Concerning Hamilton's and Vettel's qualifying disqualifications I left them in their original grid slot as all we are really concerned about here is tracking true driver and car performance. The shortage of fuel in both instances would not have gave a significant gain or changed their position relative to their teammate.

On the race stats to also get a true indication only cars that finish are included and not all cars classified as finished. An example being Lewis Hamilton in Valencia where he is running 4th and crashes out after getting tangled with Pastor Maldanado. Hamilton is classified as having finished in 19th place but if we include Hamilton's 19th place it messes up his stats as it's not a true performance indicator so it's just counted as a DNF.


Qualifying: Driver-Car Package
(Average over season)

No. Driver - Car Q. Av (Qs)
1 Lewis Hamilton - McLaren  3.3 (18)
2 Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull  4.4 (18)
3 Mark Webber - Red Bull 5.8 (18)
4 Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 6.0 (18)
5 Jenson Button - McLaren 6.4 (18)
6 Romain Grosjean - Lotus 7.7 (17)
7 Kimi Raikkonen - Lotus 7.8 (18)
8 Michael Schumacher - Mercedes 8.9 (18)
= Pastor Maldanado - Williams 8.9 (18)
10 Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 9.0 (18)
11 Felipe Massa - Ferrari 10.3 (18)
12 Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber 11.4 (18)
13 Paul Di Resta - Force India 11.5 (18)
14 Nico Hulkenberg - Force India 11.8 (18)
15 Sergio Perez - Sauber 12.0 (18)
16 Daniel Ricciardo - Toro Rosso 14.6 (18)
17 Bruno Senna - Williams 15.0 (18)
18 Jean-Eric Vergne - Toro Rosso 16.9 (18)
19 Heikki Kovalainen - Caterham 18.8 (18)
20 Vitaly Petrov - Caterham 19.8 (18)
21 Timo Glock - Marussia 21.3 (17)
22 Charles Pic - Marussia 22.1 (18)
23 Pedro De la Rosa - HRT 22.4 (18)
24 Narain Karthikeyan - HRT 23.5 (18)



 Race: Driver-Car Package 
(Average over season)

No. Driver - Car R. Av (Rs)
1 Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull  3.4 (16)
= Fernando Alonso - Ferrari  3.4 (16)
3 Lewis Hamilton - McLaren  4.6 (13)
4 Kimi Raikkonen - Lotus 5.2 (18)
5 Mark Webber - Red Bull 5.4 (16)
6 Jenson Button - McLaren 6.0 (14)
7 Romain Grosjean - Lotus 6.5 (10)
8 Michael Schumacher - Mercedes 7.4 (10)
9 Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 8.1 (15)
10 Felipe Massa - Ferrari 8.5 (17)
11 Sergio Perez - Sauber 8.7 (13)
12 Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber 8.9 (13)
13 Nico Hulkenberg - Force India 9.5 (15)
14 Paul Di Resta - Force India 9.6 (17)
15 Bruno Senna - Williams 10.9 (14)
16 Pastor Maldanado - Williams 11.0 (12)
17 Daniel Ricciardo - Toro Rosso 12.0 (17)
18 Jean-Eric Vergne - Toro Rosso 12.5 (15)
19 Heikki Kovalainen - Caterham 16.5 (17)
= Vitaly Petrov - Caterham 16.5 (15)
21 Timo Glock - Marussia 17.1 (16)
22 Charles Pic - Marussia 18.3 (12)
23 Pedro De la Rosa - HRT 19.2 (13)
24 Narain Karthikeyan - HRT 20.2 (10)



 Best Qualifying Car 
(Average of teammate qualifying position)

No. Qualifying Car Q. Av (Qs)
1 McLaren  4.9 (36)
2 Red Bull  5.1 (36)
3 Lotus 7.8 (35)
4 Ferrari 8.2 (36)
5 Mercedes 9.0 (36)
6 Force India 11.7 (36)
= Sauber 11.7 (36)
8 Williams 12.0 (36)
9 Toro Rosso 15.8 (36)
10 Caterham 19.3 (36)
11 Marussia 21.7 (35)
12 HRT 23.0 (36)



Best Race Car 
(Average of teammate race finish position)

No. Race Car R. Av (Rs)
1 Red Bull  4.4 (32)
2 McLaren  5.3 (27) 
3 Ferrari 5.9 (33)
4 Lotus 6.0 (28)
5 Mercedes 7.8 (25)
6 Sauber 8.8 (26)
7 Force India 9.6 (32)
8 Williams 11.0 (26)
9 Toro Rosso 12.3 (32) 
10 Caterham 16.5 (32)
11 Marussia 17.7 (28)
12 HRT 19.7 (23)



 Biggest Qualifying Advantage Between Teamates
(Teammate finishes ahead after both complete qualifying)
 
No. Teammates Q. Adv
1 Fernando Alonso vs Felipe Massa  17-1
2 Pedro De la Rosa vs Narain Karthikeyan  16-2
= Pastor Maldonado vs Bruno Senna 16-2
4 Lewis Hamilton vs Jenson Button 15-3
= Daniel Ricciardo vs Jean-Eric Vergne 15-3
6 Heikki Kovalainen vs Vitaly Petrov 13-5
= Timo Glock vs Charles Pic 11-6
8 Sebastian Vettel vs Mark Webber 10-8
9 Nico Hulkenberg vs Paul DiResta 10-8
10 Romain Grosjean vs Kimi Raikkonen 9-8
11 Michael Schumacher vs Nico Rosberg 9-9
12 Kamui Kobayashi vs Sergio Perez 9-9



Biggest Race Advantage Between Teamates
(Teammate finishes ahead after both complete race)
 
No. Teammates R. Adv
1 Fernando Alonso vs Felipe Massa  15-0
2 Pedro De la Rosa vs Narain Karthikeyan  7-0
3 Michael Schumacher vs Nico Rosberg 6-1
4 Kimi Raikkonen vs Romain Grosjean 9-2
5 Sebastian Vettel vs Mark Webber 11-5
6 Lewis Hamilton vs Jenson Button 8-4
7 Timo Glock vs Charles Pic 7-4
8 Daniel Ricciardo vs Jean-Eric Vergne 8-6
9 Sergio Perez vs Kamui Kobayashi 5-4
10  Bruno Senna vs Pastor Maldonado 7-6
11  Vitaly Petrov vs Heikki Kovalainen 8-7
=  Nico Hulkenberg vs Paul DiResta 8-7

Monday, 5 November 2012

Mika Appears In McLaren Tooned




Two time Formula 1 world champion and former McLaren driver Mika Hakkinen stars in his former team's Tooned series.

 
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