First up, session utilisation and laptime summary: How did the cutoff time evolve in Q1? How did the cutoff time evolve in Q2? How did the front row of the grid cutoff time evolve in Q3? And finally, how did the drivers progress through all three qualifying...
Some quick sketches around P@... Session utilisation: Long run stints: Focus - long run stints:
A quick sketch of when and what laptimes were recorded as qualifying progressed: The purple and green times are cumulative times taken through the session. And a quick sketch of the session utilisation chart:
An interesting chart I spotted from a commen t on the JamesAllenOnF1 blog linking to a Brazilian F1 blog by Will Mesquita, Papaya Orange , showing some sort of (off-the-)pace development as tracked by FP2 session times, presumably, although I'm not sure wha...
A quick sketch of the basic session utilisation chart ( as originally described here ) for second practice in the 2015 Bahrain Grand Prix: And some toggle views over it... Firstly, showing lap deltas from one lap to the next (that is, the time difference be...
A corrected version of the progression chart - using the rather more reliable ergast data than the flakey FIA web data... And this is how the times from Q3 compared in a time-grid layout:
First, session utilisation and session summary: Second, how it looks for qualifying:
A quick sketch of the FP3 Session utilisation chart: and an annotated variant I'm working on (currently unchecked) that includes session classification, gap to best in session, and gap (difference) to classified position ahead:
Laptimes for long run stints (10 laps or more) from FP2: And for stints of at least 6 laps:
How the drivers used FP1...
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