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Not related to the subject but might be of interest to some.
Unless electronics (driver aids) are in use which is against the rules racing starts are always a sort of hit and miss for a driver, that is, getting the right engine rpm and clutch bite point matched as perfectly as possible, in general the present F1 car racing starts are best done at an engine RPM of 13k, telemetry of Kimi’s Lotus at Monaco shows that he managed as near a perfect start as can be by getting a clutch bite point at 13200 rpm.