Michael Schumacher 2012 form guide

Compare Michael Schumacher‘s performance against his team mate throughout the 2012 F1 season.

Race finishing positions

AUS MAL CHI BAH SPA MON CAN EUR BRI GER HUN BEL ITA SIN JAP KOR IND ABU UNI BRA
Michael Schumacher 10 10 3 7 7 7 6 11 13 22 11 16 7
Team mate 12 13 1 5 7 2 6 6 15 10 10 11 7 5 11 13 15

Performance comparison

Michael Schumacher Nico Rosberg
Qualified ahead 8 12
Average qualifying gap -0.192s
Finished race ahead 7 3
Laps spent ahead 348 462

Qualifying gap

Gap in seconds between Michael Schumacher and his team mate in the last part of qualifying where both set a time, for each race.

A positive time means the driver was slower than his team mate, a negative time means they were faster:

http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/charts/2012drivercolours.csv
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Michael Schumacher -0.350000000000009 -0.27300000000001 0.569999999999993 0.277000000000001 0.0219999999999914 -0.147000000000006 0.400999999999996 0.26600000000002 -1.30899999999997 -3.54100000000001 0.827999999999989 -0.439000000000007 -0.292999999999992 -0.119999999999976 -0.155999999999992 0.152000000000029 0.597999999999985 0.590999999999994 -1.399 0.486000000000018

4 comments on “Michael Schumacher 2012 form guide”

  1. @KeithCollantine

    Should it not be 5-5 in qualifying here according to the graph

    1. The only conclusion I can come to is Schumacher was put behind Rosberg in Monaco. I know it might take a bit more time and effort to do the qualifying stats as before penalties unrelated to that qualifying are applied, but that’s the only way they will make any sense especially with all the gearbox penalties.

      I think most people use them for a quick look at who is the fastest over a single lap rather than seeing how many times a driver actually started ahead of the other but I guess that has some benefits too. Anyway just a suggestion.

  2. Only times should matter here. Penalties and championship points are for almanacs. Pure speed matters in qualifying and only by this should drivers be compared.

  3. I agree, this is seriously misleading. Grid penalties has nothing to do with the qualifying performance! It should be 10:10. Schumacher was on par with Rosberg this year.

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