2014 F1

How the Tyre and PIT stops decided the winner?

Unlike the earlier races of the season Hungarian GP was an exception where the rain and safety cars played a key role in deciding the winners. “ThisisF1” analyzed the race data and visualized it for the Formula1 fans to appreciate, how each team has executed their PIT and Tyre strategies and how they have paid off.

We have created simple data visualization by combining Pirelli Tyre report, FIA pit stop report, qualifying results and Race results to analyze how the strategies worked for each team.

How to read the Visualization Tyre Strategy: In the below visualization first stack bar indicates the Tyre compound and number of laps it used.

Stops: Number of PIT Stops made by each driver Total PIT

Duration: Total time each driver spent for the PIT stops

Result: The effective progression made from qualifying position to race finish. Example Hamilton had the best result (+19) from 22nd qualifying position to the 3rd in the race.

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