No, woohoo, it does not. And the GP was Turkey, of course among dry GPs. Sorry, I shouldn't have made some comments, but the discussion was drifting.
All the graphs are taken from a thread on overtakings here
. I think the best comment is made by Ogami: "Today they take place not on the lead but rather in the mid grid with cars set up
to fight (because in the mid grid) while the front runner are all set up
to post the fastest lap time.."
At that thread you can find the rules of Brian Lawence, overtake-counter extraordinaire: believe me, they are very rational, he's been doing it for decades at "old" usenet group alt.sports.f1.moderated.
Now I know why I was grumpy: I have the flu. So, help me, you guys: that linked thread is a good place to discuss overtakings in general, or you can open a new thread on that subject, if you wish.