Formula 1 also shared two interesting statistics with the general public these days.
Antonio Giovinazzi was certainly a great start in Imola when it came to counting how many places he could improve on his starting position in the first lap, and as it turned out, the Italian driver of Alfa Romeo is by far the best in this field this year: he took a total of 45 places. at the start, almost double as second best Kevin Magnussen. Let’s add, not everyone is “in the race,” as big progress isn’t even possible for those starting from the first few rows.
From these came the great result – in Giovinazzi Imola
Grid: P20 🚦
Start: MEGA 👀
Finish: P10 🏁
– Formula 1 (@ F1) November 3, 2020
The other set of data shows how many times he was able to close in a scoring position in the 13 rounds so far. Not surprisingly, first place went to Lewis Hamilton, who even won his seventh championship title this weekend, with maximum performance – and, with the exception of the Austrian and Italian Grand Prix, he was always on the podium – but it is more interesting who follows. him in second place.
It’s Sergio Perez of Racing Point, who finished in 11 rounds in the top 10, just like Mercedes Valtteri Bottas, but Mexico, like Hamilton, gave a 100 percent result, as he was forced to miss two weekends due to his coronavirus infection, while the Finn would have had 13 chances to score.