Lewis Hamilton 2012 form guide

Compare Lewis Hamilton‘s performance against his team mate throughout the 2012 F1 season.

Race finishing positions

AUSMALCHIBAHSPAMONCANEURBRIGERHUNBELITASINJAPKORINDABUUNIBRA
Lewis Hamilton33388511981151041
Team mate11421891616810261245451

Performance comparison

Lewis HamiltonJenson Button
Qualified ahead164
Average qualifying gap-0.275s
Finished race ahead94
Laps spent ahead638320

Qualifying gap

Gap in seconds between Lewis Hamilton and his team mate in the last part of qualifying where both set a time, for each race.

A positive time means the driver was slower than his team mate, a negative time means they were faster:

http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/charts/2012drivercolours.csv

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Lewis Hamilton-0.151999999999973-0.149000000000001-0.565000000000012-0.191000000000003-0.478999999999999-0.370000000000005-1.09499999999998-0.390999999999991-0.6110000000000040.0730000000000075-0.6299999999999950.82099999999997-0.12299999999999-0.5769999999999841.03699999999999-0.441000000000031-0.115000000000009-0.659999999999997-0.820999999999998-0.0549999999999926

3 comments on “Lewis Hamilton 2012 form guide”

  1. How can you call it 4-1 after Spain? I get the Hamilton technical disqualification from the session but really? It was a technical ruling. Button didn’t even make into Q3!! If you’re going to call it a form guide then it should be 5-0. Use an asterix to explain the assumption/s you’ve made so it’s clear.

    1. matthewf1 (@)
      21st May 2012, 11:27

      +1
      it’s clearly 5-0 in qualy
      the graph shows it as 5-0 anyway
      what about lewis’ gearbox pen in china? if you won’t say 5-0 you should say3-2, not 4-1.

  2. Yet Autosport name Button best driver!

    Lots of talk about how great Alonso was this year, but I think Hamilton driving also reached new levels of skill and maturity. Supreme controlled attacking aggression.

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