F1 » Overtaking analysis: Who's been the top overtaker in F1 2011?


How many overtaking manoeuvres has there been during the F1 2011 season and who's made the most? Read on to find out...

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Liam48

November 22, 2011 12:47 PM

This was a great article and show how great Jenson has been this season and how much bad luck Mark Webber has had and he's done a great job overtaking people. It's obvious the mid field would have more overtakes as they are a lot closet together.

Trying

November 22, 2011 1:46 PM
Last Edited 1043 days ago

I hope the overtakes due to blue flags have been taken out of these figures. No Lewis mentioned , then, perhaps too many half passes especially with his buddy Felipe :)

I would like to see the removal of the blue flag rule, most of the aero, the DRS (dumb really stupid) rule, tyres changed to ones that don't cover the track with 'marbles' -- and then we might see some actual racing with real overtaking, instead of a procession down the racing line giving no real chances to pass without ruining the grip of tyres or clogging them up with bits of rubber.

The way it is these days they might as well race each other on interlnked simulators.

hotlaps

November 22, 2011 1:54 PM

I wonder how many overtakes Vettel has done . .?
Oh , yeah stupid me - he doesn't need to because he's always at the front in the fastest racecar and just has to drive away from everyone else. .
No wonder I'm getting B.O.R.E.D . . . .

hotlaps

November 22, 2011 2:33 PM

No I'm bored because the actual winner of the race is usually a foregone conclusion so a large chunk of the excitement and expectation and fun is gone the moment the lights go out . . .
Mind you Vettel has won me some substantial gambling wagers this season. . .so .. .

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