Ferrari were once again the fastest team in the pits but despite that they chose not to risk a second stop for Alonso. Did that cost them a win?
The difference in performance between McLaren’s two drivers could hardly have been more extreme. Here’s the lap time data for all the drivers in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez became the sixth different driver to set fastest lap in as many races.
Mercedes did the fastest pit stop of the day in Monaco while trying to get Nico Rosberg into the lead. Here’s all the data.
Mercedes suspected Red Bull would use Mark Webber to slow the field in Monaco and help Sebastian Vettel – but the race data indicates they didn’t.
Front wing trouble delayed the Red Bulls and Rosberg during the race – and Rosberg’s final stint did not go according to plan.
Lewis Hamilton ran a 31-lap stint at the end of the race and still had enough tyre life to attack Nico Rosberg for seventh.
Williams used an aggressive strategy to get Maldonado ahead of Alonso, while Lotus saved their best until last.
All the drivers’ lap times, the list of fastest laps and how Paul di Resta was the only driver to make a two-stop strategy work.
The lap and race charts show how Kimi Raikkonen lost more time behind Felipe Massa than Romain Grosjean – and how poor starts spoiled Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg’s races.
All the pit strategy data, including how new tyres helped Kimi Raikkonen catch Sebastian Vettel, and how much time Lewis Hamilton lost in the pits.
Did Jenson Button’s slow pit stop cost him a chance of victory in the Chinese Grand Prix?
Red Bull’s aggressive strategy for Mark Webber shaped the race – and helped Nico Rosberg to win.
Ferrari once again performed brilliantly in the pits – but McLaren, Mercedes and Lotus all hit trouble.
Two pit stops or three? That was the question facing teams in the Chinese Grand Prix – and not all of them got it right.
Sergio Perez’s lap 50 mistake may have cost him a shot at victory but his late pit stop was even more costly.
The lap times from the Malaysian Grand Prix reveal some great driving by Sergio Perez and Lewis Hamilton.
Who had the quickest pit stops – and what was going on with McLaren’s pit calls – explained.
Analyse the Australian Grand Prix with the interactive lap chart and race progress charts.
Jenson Button set the fastest lap of the Australian Grand Prix and Jean-Eric Vergne was sixth-quickest. Compare all the drivers’ lap times.