2001 Overtaking Statistics - #10 France

2001 Overtaking Statistics - #10 France

Post by Brian_W_Lawre.. » Tue, 03 Jul 2001 06:54:32


This analysis is derived from the Lap-by-Lap page at GaleForceF1
(www.galeforcef1.com). Other excellent Formula One web sites are available.

Disclaimer
==========
For the purposes of this analysis, I only count what I call "genuine"
passing manoeuvres, which means that I exclude:

 a) any place changes made during pit stops
 b) lapping/unlapping manoeuvres
 c) anything during the first lap

Hopefully a) & b) are obvious, c) is because although lap one is often
the best opportunity to make up places it is also not typical of the
rest of the race, and so for the purpose of comparing races with other
races and seasons with other seasons, it is simpler to exclude lap one
completely.

Note: Passes are not counted in these stats UNLESS the gained position
is held until the start/finish line is next crossed and so gets recorded
on the lap chart. I try to ignore anything that isn't recorded in the
lap chart, even if it was seen on TV - in this way I try to keep the
numbers as consistent as possible.

These are the passes I read for the 2001 French GP :

Lap Place  Passer (Passed)
=================================
 2    11   Panis (Irvine)
 2    16   Button (Fisichella)     [team-mates]
21     9   Irvine (Panis)
26    16   Alonso (Marques)        [team-mates]
35    16   Verstappen (Alonso)
43     7   Irvine (Frentzen)        eventually!
48    11   Panis (Burti)
64    10   Burti (Fisichella)

That's 8 passes, compared with 17 last year.

Most:  Panis & Irvine  2

              2001  '00  '99  '98  '97
======================================
Australia       18   13   41    7    3
Malaysia        47   31   11   --   --
Brazil          26   22   27   13   32
San Marino      13    7   11    8    5
Spain           10    4    4   12   36
Austria         17   20   30   29   21
Monaco           6    2    5    4   29
Canada          13   14   14   10   22
Europe           7   28   33    6   11    [In 97-98 the Luxembourg GP]
France           8   17   43   17    7
--------------------------------------
               165  158  219  106  166

Note: The 1997 figures were very kindly provided by Eric Arnett,
who used slightly different criteria.

Driver's Season Total
=====================

 16  M Schumacher & Barrichello
 15  Panis & Verstappen
 14  Button
 12  Burti
 11  Coulthard
 10  R Schumacher
  8  Alesi
  7  Irvine
  6  Montoya
  5  Heidfeld, Bernoldi, R?ikk?nen & Alonso
  4  Villeneuve, Frentzen, Fisichella & De la Rosa
  3  Mazzacane & H?kkinen
  2  Trulli
  1  Marques
  0  Zonta
---
165

No. of Times Overtaken in 2001
==============================

 22  Marques
 15  Alesi
 13  Fisichella
 12  Trulli
  9  Frentzen
  8  Button
  7  Alonso
  6  Mazzacane, Heidfeld, Irvine, Panis & Burti
  5  R Schumacher, M Schumacher, R?ikk?nen, H?kkinen & Coulthard
  3  Barrichello & Verstappen
  2  Bernoldi, Villeneuve & De la Rosa
  1  Zonta
  0  Montoya
---
165

Gains/Losses on Lap One
=======================

Note: based on the actual grid position at start - taking account
of gaps, relegations, etc.

Plus 3:    R?ikk?nen, Bernoldi
Plus 2:    Barrichello, Verstappen
Plus 1:    Montoya, Villeneuve, Marques

No change: R Schumacher, M Schumacher, Coulthard, Irvine, Burti

Minus 1:   Frentzen, Alesi, Alonso
Minus 2:   Trulli, Heidfeld, Panis, Fisichella, Button

Note: H?kkinen retired before the start, while de la Rosa stopped on the
parade lap, and joined the race one lap down in 21st place.

Gains/Losses on Lap One in 2001
===============================

Number in brackets is average grid position this season

Verstappen     +40  (16.90)
Fisichella     +29  (16.70)
Button         +20  (19.00)
Marques        +19  (21.70)
Montoya         +8   (6.80)
Coulthard       +7   (4.20)
Bernoldi        +7  (17.80)
Zonta           +3  (12.00)
De la Rosa      +3  (15.33)
R?ikk?nen       +1  (10.90)
Alesi            -  (15.10)
Alonso           -  (19.33)
Mazzacane        -  (20.00)
Irvine           -  (12.10)
Burti           -1  (16.80)
Villeneuve      -1   (9.60)
M Schumacher    -3   (1.50)
Barrichello     -6   (4.50)
Panis           -8  (10.00)
Trulli          -8   (5.90)
Frentzen       -10   (8.56)
Heidfeld       -14  (10.40)
R Schumacher   -16   (3.10)
H?kkinen       -19   (4.30)

Any errors which remain are probably mine - and I'm sure there must
be several, no prizes for pointing them out, but please do so :-)

--

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Wantage, Oxfordshire, UK

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2001 Overtaking Statistics - #10 France

Post by rik anthra » Tue, 03 Jul 2001 07:42:03

Quote:

> No. of Times Overtaken in 2001
> ==============================

>  22  Marques
>  15  Alesi
>  13  Fisichella
>  12  Trulli
>   9  Frentzen
>   8  Button
>   7  Alonso
>   6  Mazzacane, Heidfeld, Irvine, Panis & Burti
>   5  R Schumacher, M Schumacher, R?ikk?nen, H?kkinen & Coulthard
>   3  Barrichello & Verstappen
>   2  Bernoldi, Villeneuve & De la Rosa
>   1  Zonta
>   0  Montoya
> ---
> 165

I find it fascinating that NO-ONE has passed Montoya.

 
 
 

2001 Overtaking Statistics - #10 France

Post by Tubb » Tue, 03 Jul 2001 08:11:05


|
|
| >
| > No. of Times Overtaken in 2001
| > ==============================
| >
| >  22  Marques
| >  15  Alesi
| >  13  Fisichella
| >  12  Trulli
| >   9  Frentzen
| >   8  Button
| >   7  Alonso
| >   6  Mazzacane, Heidfeld, Irvine, Panis & Burti
| >   5  R Schumacher, M Schumacher, R?ikk?nen, H?kkinen & Coulthard
| >   3  Barrichello & Verstappen
| >   2  Bernoldi, Villeneuve & De la Rosa
| >   1  Zonta
| >   0  Montoya
| > ---
| > 165
|
| I find it fascinating that NO-ONE has passed Montoya.
|
|
It's not so much fascinating as it is sad.  I'd like to see some stats on
the number of laps run by each driver this year.  Trulli, Frentzen, and JPM
MUST be at the bottom.

Blair Conrad
Somewhere in Canada

 
 
 

2001 Overtaking Statistics - #10 France

Post by rik anthra » Tue, 03 Jul 2001 09:03:43


Quote:


> |

> |
> | >
> | > No. of Times Overtaken in 2001
> | > ==============================
> | >
> | >  22  Marques
> | >  15  Alesi
> | >  13  Fisichella
> | >  12  Trulli
> | >   9  Frentzen
> | >   8  Button
> | >   7  Alonso
> | >   6  Mazzacane, Heidfeld, Irvine, Panis & Burti
> | >   5  R Schumacher, M Schumacher, R?ikk?nen, H?kkinen & Coulthard
> | >   3  Barrichello & Verstappen
> | >   2  Bernoldi, Villeneuve & De la Rosa
> | >   1  Zonta
> | >   0  Montoya
> | > ---
> | > 165
> |
> | I find it fascinating that NO-ONE has passed Montoya.
> |
> |
> It's not so much fascinating as it is sad.  I'd like to see some stats on
> the number of laps run by each driver this year.  Trulli, Frentzen, and
JPM
> MUST be at the bottom.

Yea, I thought that after I posted....... lots a dnf's thrown in make it
meaningless.
 
 
 

2001 Overtaking Statistics - #10 France

Post by Imar de Vrie » Tue, 03 Jul 2001 23:21:20

Quote:





> > | >   0  Montoya
> > | > ---
> > | > 165
> > |
> > | I find it fascinating that NO-ONE has passed Montoya.
> > |
> > |
> > It's not so much fascinating as it is sad.  I'd like to see some stats on
> > the number of laps run by each driver this year.  Trulli, Frentzen, and
> JPM
> > MUST be at the bottom.

> Yea, I thought that after I posted....... lots a dnf's thrown in make it
> meaningless.

Current 2001 laps completed statistics are to be found at Wildsoft's
http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/6564/index_.htm

Last update was on 16.05.01, so the table does not include the last four GP's,
unfortunately.

--

 
 
 

2001 Overtaking Statistics - #10 France

Post by Tubb » Wed, 04 Jul 2001 03:02:55


|



| > |

| > |
| > | >
| > | > No. of Times Overtaken in 2001
| > | > ==============================
| > | >
| > | >  22  Marques
| > | >  15  Alesi
| > | >  13  Fisichella
| > | >  12  Trulli
| > | >   9  Frentzen
| > | >   8  Button
| > | >   7  Alonso
| > | >   6  Mazzacane, Heidfeld, Irvine, Panis & Burti
| > | >   5  R Schumacher, M Schumacher, R?ikk?nen, H?kkinen & Coulthard
| > | >   3  Barrichello & Verstappen
| > | >   2  Bernoldi, Villeneuve & De la Rosa
| > | >   1  Zonta
| > | >   0  Montoya
| > | > ---
| > | > 165
| > |
| > | I find it fascinating that NO-ONE has passed Montoya.
| > |
| > |
| > It's not so much fascinating as it is sad.  I'd like to see some stats
on
| > the number of laps run by each driver this year.  Trulli, Frentzen, and
| JPM
| > MUST be at the bottom.
| >
| Yea, I thought that after I posted....... lots a dnf's thrown in make it
| meaningless.
|
I don't think it's meaningless.  JPM has a VERY fast car under him according
to the speed traps and he definitely doesn't like to be passed, ask
Schumacher Sr. So if anyone would be difficult to pass he is the one I'd
pick.  I just wanted to point out the # of laps thing.

Blair Conrad
Somewhere in Canada