Thanks for the freedback so far everyone though for the most part it seems to be on technical stuff rather than the articles themselves. All useful though.
I’ve been asked about a podcast before and while I’d like to do one, the cost involving in producing one to a worthwhile standard would be high and it would be difficult to raise revenue from it. Most likely it would require sponsorship. Without that I can’t see it happening I’m afraid.
Points atken about the quizzes, I’ll bear it in mind for future ones.
@verstappen @daniel-chico @Electrolite
Some useful points from all of you, particularly on how to make it easier for readers to make sure they haven’t missed anything.
The ‘lap 1 positions gained/lost’ table went because I needed to reduce the amount of time spent on post-race analysis (see here: Race weekend articles on F1 Fanatic in 2012) and it basically duplicates information that’s already in the lap chart.
The yearly average lap one position change is available in statistics, I may look into adding race-by-race data there:
Position change on lap one
@brad-ferrari There are next/previous image options underneath every picture. See here:
One thing that gets me every time on the round-ups – the quotes from the articles you use are frequently nothing to do with the headlines of those articles.
A fair point, though that’s because I sometimes consider the quote I’ve used to be more interesting than what the sub-editor for the publication in question has highlighted in the headline. I’ll have a think about a more elegant way of doing this.
@snowman Yes we definitely need a clear distinction between ‘qualifying results’ and ‘starting order’.