2014 F1 race data archive
Ricciardo prevails in Red Bull’s strategic battle 7th September 2014, 19:24
Red Bull used aggressive strategies to make their performance count at Monza – but once again it was Daniel Ricciardo who delivered the best result.
Having been relegated to the back row of the grid due to an engine change penalty, Daniil Kvyat fought his way up until he was within striking distance of the points.
Lewis Hamilton had enough of a pace advantage over his team mate that even losing three places at the start didn’t stop him from winning the race.
Aggressive two-stop plan helps Raikkonen to fourth 24th August 2014, 21:26
An aggressive two-stop tyre strategy – and a penalty for his team mate – helped Kimi Raikkonen to his best result of the year so far.
Williams believe Felipe Massa lost around 40 seconds after debris from Lewis Hamilton’s punctured tyre became attached to his car.
Lewis Hamilton was keen to retire after his contact with Nico Rosberg, but Mercedes kept him out almost until the end of the race.
2014 Hungarian GP tyre strategies and pit stops 27th July 2014, 20:20
Having been second in the opening stages a slow pit stop dropped Valtteri Bottas out of the points-paying positions, though he eventually recovered eighth place.
Rosberg was certainly delayed by Hamilton’s refusal to let him past, but two other setbacks had already done greater damage to his hopes of victory.
Nico Rosberg set the fastest lap of the Hungarian Grand Prix as he was over two seconds faster than his rivals at the end of the race.
2014 German Grand Prix tyre strategies and pit stops 20th July 2014, 22:03
Nico Rosberg made two pit stops on his way to victory in Germany but most of the drivers behind him came into the pits three times. Red Bull made the quickest stops.