Formula 1: Against The Odds

Malaysian Grand Prix Data Sheet

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pdf-icon.jpg Back-to-back races mean a quick turnaround in to our preparation for Sepang. Attached to this post is a data sheet containing some useful trends and statistics about the past nine races at the Malaysian track. Let me know what you think.

Title: Malaysian Grand Prix Data Sheet | Format: PDF | Filesize: 84.9kb

Nothing immediately leaps out at me in the same way as at Melbourne: perhaps a lay of the safety car or a buy of winning margin?

Until last year we had usually seen a fairly high attrition rate. Will the trend carry over from the first race in Melbourne, or will the drivers all be a bit more cautious? Certainly some of the early retirees in Australia are ruing the missed chance to pick up some points.

Check back later in the week for some more detailed analysis.


Written by f1punter

March 17, 2008 at 8:57 pm

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  1. These are really good thanks for them. I can’t remember if any of my bets on Australia were influenced directly by your data sheet but it probably didn’t hurt. A total of 4 payouts wasn’t too bad for the first weekend, it gets harder from here onwards though as the season starts to settle in.


    March 18, 2008 at 12:30 pm

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