JCCJCC – Yes, that’s why I’m asking people to identify the mistakes.
You can find a lap chart here:
In my earlier post I adressed lap 11 now for the rest of the laps:
lap 12 Alonso pitted, Massa, Sutil, Di Resta and Buemi got past him, no overtakes for them. Only real pass wass ALG on KOV.
lap 13 Massa pitted, delete overtakes for Webber, Rosberg, Sutil, Di Resta and Buemi. Barricello also pitted, so Perez, ALG and KOV did not overtake him but only pass.
lap 14 Vettel pitted, letting HAM and PET by (delete their passes). Alonso got past Massa and Di Resta due to pitstops (-2). ALG, KOV and Perez also got past Di Resta only due to his pit stop.
lap 15Buemi pitting gave Alonso, Massa, ALG, Sutil and Perez a place (5x-1). Heidfeld stopping gave Perez, ALG , KOV, BAR and Massa a place (5x-1). Only real overtake was Webber on Kobayashi.
lap 16 Hamiltons and Petrovs stop let past Vettel (-2). Rosbergs stop got Webber, Alonso and Massa past him (3x-1). The latter two + Perez also got past Kobayashi and Sutil there (2x-2), while ALG got past Sutil as well (-1).
In the back of the field Glock got in front of a stopping Trulli (-1). Not showing is that Button also got past Petrov due to pitstop, as he lost the place gained (-1) when Vettel passed him (+1)
lap 17 In the table Webber getting past stopping Button this lap (-2) possibly due to them being at different parts in their laps, I am pretty sure Webber did not pass Button on track. Di Resta, BAR and Buemi, Glock and Heidfeld win due to pitstops only. D’Ambrosio gains a place as Schumacher stops.
lap 18 Alonso and Petrov gain a place (2x-1) only as Button stops (+2).
The rest will have to wait. I would hope someone checks my analyses, to see if we can have these laps sorted.
BASCB – Lap14, Didn’t Alonso pass Massa on track after the Button incident?
@Asanator, no that move/incident was in lap 11 already
Ahh ok, sorry was just working from memory!
The csv file is not working here, so I don’t know what your data is, but Perez actually made an overtake, but I don’t know if it counts since he was un-lapping himself to Vettel: http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2011/03/30/303/#comment-634877
Enigma – that’s odd, what are you trying to open it in?
BasCB – Thanks for the amends!
Excel, I can open the file, but all the data is shown within one column, seperated by (don’t know the english word for it, this: ,,,,,,,,,). So it’s like 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, in one column.
One question, I hope it’s okay to ask it here. I’m subscribed to new topics on this forum via rss, and it’s really slow – I just got a 6 days old topic in my google reader inbox. Any idea why that is?
Keith, Perez actually overtook Vettel at one point to unlap himself. I understand it wasn’t shown on FOM’s telecast, but I was at the track and noticed that after several laps of catching Vettel, he passed by where I was sitting ahead of Vettel! :D Does that count as an overtake?
EDIT: Don’t worry, just read Enigma’s post. :)
@Enigma and Damonsmedley. With the CSV file, excell has lately taken the habit of just opening it, instead of importing it and taking the commas to be the separator for fields, not sure why, as it worked normally before.
I opened it in open office first, where it imports the file like it should.
It was fun working on the file. When I looked at it first, I had the impression there were quite a few overtakes. Then I saw it was mainly the first 10 laps, then only a few passes in the middle stints. And fun to see actually who profits where from the pitstops.
Just a quick message for Keith – have you seen this website?
It has overtaking statistics for the last 20 odd years. Might be interesting to compare your results with theirs.
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