Vettel has proven to be the fastest driver so far during qualifying, but the Brawn Mercedes has been quicker in the 3rd and final round. For a better view, click on the graph.
Saturday, May 30, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Performance updated to the Monaco Grand Prix !!!
Friday, May 15, 2009
Well, we're now in Europe and there's been little change.
From the graph you can see why there has been rumors about Piquet...
He has averaged 0.789 seconds slower per lap in qualifying than his team mate Alonso.
Surprisingly Webber is the next furthest from his partner Vettel, 0.292 seconds, due to traffic on both of his flying laps in Bahrein. If it hadn't been for that, he would actually edge out Vettel by a small margin!
Nakajima averaged 0.288 seconds slower from Rosberg and Bourdais 0.280 seconds behind Buemi.
In the battle of the "Sebastians" people are already talking about Buemi following Vettel's path.
Last year after 5 G.P.s, rookie Bourdais was 0.425 seconds away from his team mate Vettel.
He's not quite there yet.
Any comments are welcomed.
click on the graph to get a better view
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
It's unfortunate to see Trulli at the bottom of this list... After being the slowest in Shanghai and crashing in Spain not even the fastest lap in Bahrein helps!!! I'm sure we'll see him climb up quickly, especially in Monaco where he shines.
We're in Europe and nothing has changed, Brawn are increasing the gap with the rest. The classic top teams made some gains, but still have a lot of work to do. I'm surprised that Williams, being a diffuser team , is near the bottom of the standings. I think the "S" on their car has been ignored long enough... don't you?
With Sutil's 9th place in Melbourne, he's not only ahead of his team mate Fisichella, but also a top driver like Kubica, not to mention Piquet and Nakajima who haven't been able to finish in the top 10 yet. Adrian should score some Championships points soon... perhaps in Monaco if Raikkonen doesn't follow too closely.