2020 Abu Dhabi GP: Race pace

Let’s take a look at the race pace of all the drivers who took part in the 2020 Abu Dhabi GP.

2020 Sakhir GP: Race pace

Let’s take a look at the race pace of all the drivers who took part in the 2020 Sakhir GP.

2020 Sakhir GP: FP2 race simulation pace

Let’s take a look at the race simulation stints done during the FP2 session of the 2020 Sakhir GP.

2020 Turkish GP: Race pace

Let’s take a look at the race pace of all the drivers who took part in the 2020 Turkish GP.

2020 Turkish GP: FP2 race simulation pace

Let’s take a look at the race simulation stints done during the FP2 session of the 2020 Turkish GP.

2020 Emilia Romagna GP: Race pace

Let’s take a look at the race pace of the 10 fastest drivers of the 2020 Emilia Romagna GP.

2020 Portuguese GP: Race – Fastest per micro-sector

Let’s take a look at the interactive map of the 2020 Portuguese GP that shows the fastest driver in each one of my self-made micro-sectors.

2020 Portuguese GP: Race pace

Let’s take a look at the race pace of the 10 fastest drivers of the 2020 Portuguese GP.

2020 Portuguese GP: Quali – Fastest per micro-sector

Let’s take a look at the interactive map of the quali session of the 2020 Portuguese GP that shows the fastest driver in each one of my self-made micro-sectors.

2020 Portuguese GP: FP2 race simulation pace (10 fastest)

Let’s take a look at the race simulation stints done by the 10 fastest drivers during the FP2 session of the 2020 Portuguese GP.

2019 Singapore GP preview: undertake or overtake?

The Marina Bay Circuit at Singapore is famous for its notoriety to overtake. What is the best strategy here, to go for the undertake, or the overtake? Let’s take a look at last year’s race to understand which option may be the best for the top drivers.

2019 Italian GP: Gained and lost

Let’s take a look at the winners and losers from the 2019 Italian GP. Which drivers managed the maximum number of overtakes during the race? Let’s take a look at the numbers.

2019 Italian GP: Valtteri Bottas, not good enough

Charles Leclerc won the 2019 Italian Grand Prix, but not after resisting the onslaught from Lewis Hamilton. Valtteri Bottas, however, was unable to mount a challenge for the race win. Let’s take a look at how the race developed for the previously mentioned drivers.