F1 » HAVE YOUR SAY: Who was big 'down under' in Oz GP?


Jenson Button may have won the race, but did the real star of the Australian Grand Prix lurk further down the field? Vote now....

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Caroline - Unregistered

March 21, 2012 2:26 PM

@richard

It's called verifiable data.

Everyone taking part is individually logged in or out when they watch or stop watching any TV show, and those individuals consent to having their personal details included in the data set, which includes gender.

But it's like any data gathered by a cross-section of society, it has a margin of error, if you sampled my household your way, you'd have to say no one in the country ever watches Eastenders, but that's plainly ridiculous, that's why verifiable data gatherers like BARB are given the job, and select users by set demographics so as to represent the country as a whole.

Chop Chop - Unregistered

March 21, 2012 6:32 PM

I'll choose Kobayashi because he passed a lot of cars without DRS and DRS assistant.
At the start accident costs damage his car rear wing and his car was passed by Perez and Kimi at first corner accident. You can see clearly his right side of rear wing was moving all the time. Then, he over taken Perez and Kimi and then Masa went to pit stop otherwise he will pass Masa too.
Mercedes Nico Rosberg car was faster than Sauber car but Kobayashi tried to pass Rosberg was like a rocket but unfortunately he had surrender back to Nico Rosberg.
Perez and Kimi finished 7 and 8 but they gain a lot place from accident. Perez had gain 12 place at first corner accident. Otherwise they will finish outside top ten.
I think Kobayashi deserved recognition for his work hard and brilliant drive in Australian GP.

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