2019 Hungarian GP: Race pace (Ferrari, Mercedes and Red Bull)

The image is a vector, so you can click on it, and it will open in a new window. From there, you can zoom in as much as you want and you will be able to see in which lap was each individual time done.

5 Comments

  1. Maks

    Amazing pic! Thanks for posting, keep it coming!

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  2. Olivier

    Awesome job.
    But how do you collect the data ? Manually ?

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    • admin

      Hi Olivier, thanks for the nice comment.

      Semi manually. Most data is parsed from pdf files, with some manual adjustments done in order to make sure that the numbers are correct.

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  3. Jabu

    Granted that Ferrari was off pace compared to Mercedes and Red Bull but it’s remarkable that Vettel was able to make that Medium – Soft strategy work against his teammate. Your graphic made me perhaps understand Leclerc’s comments after the race about improving his tires usage. I thought Medium – Hard was a faster strategy unless it is down to Ferrari car not being able to work the hard tires.

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    • admin

      I think it is easy for fans to forget how good Seb is. We all remember his costly mistakes, but don’t really think about how fast he is on a good day. In Hungary, he was the 3rd fastest man on the grid, all while being the driver with the second most laps with the medium tires in a single stint (39, 1 less than Kimi) and the second most laps with the soft tires (31, 2 less than Hulkenberg). He outpaced Bottas, albeit he may have damaged the car after the contact with Leclerc, but still, his numbers during the race are quite impressive. Ferrari was just not on the level of Mercedes and Red Bull on Sunday.

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