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1:44.0 – Sebastian Vettel
1:44.3 – Rubens Barrichello
1:44.4 – The Stig (II – Ben Collins)
1:44.6 – Nigel Mansell
1:44.7 – Lewis Hamilton (wet & oily)
1:44.7 – Jenson Button (hot)
1:44.9 – Jenson Button (falling snow)
1:46.0 – The Stig (I – Perry McCarthy)
1:46.3 – Damon Hill
1:47.1 – Mark Webber (very wet)
DNF – Michael Schumacher
ringo wrote:They need a track day with 10 like cars or so. It could be GP2 cars it doesn't matter. All drivers should be on track at the same time so conditions are the same.
Cam wrote:Driver speed could (to a degree) be determined by a series of out of car tests, similar to an IQ test, but for reflexes, fitness, stamina and hand/eye co-ordination (for example). Most talented sports people are often quite good at just about everything they touch. They just have an affinity for certain traits. I recall back in school, many years ago, the entire year was profiled by doing a series of tests. They then gave us a list of sport's we'd be 'natural' at. This probably wouldn't tell the whole story, but it might give an insight into why some drivers do better in bad cars.
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