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In Numbers: Mugello Math

September 8, 2020
2020
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Breaking down the facts and figures of an Italian double-header

Caught your breath yet? That Italian Grand Prix was quite the ride – but now we’re straight into another Grand Prix in Italy!

This time it’s a short drive to Mugello for a journey into the unknown, as the circuit makes its Formula 1 race debut.

The middle of an Italian double-header seems like the perfect time to pore over the numbers from Monza to Mugello!

1 – We’ll start with the finest figure! Lance’s podium finish in the Italian Grand Prix was the first podium of the Racing Point era!

2 – It was a memorable podium for Lance too – the second of his Formula 1 career following a maiden rostrum in Baku back in 2017.

3 – Lance’s finishing position in the Italian Grand Prix was P3. Did we mention that we scored a podium last weekend?

4 – Checo’s impressive qualifying effort earned him P4 on the grid and underlined the team’s hard work in finding improvements after a challenging weekend at Spa just a week prior.

5 – We can’t actually think of anything to fill this slot, but why ruin a good sequence of numbers?

6 – Checo’s P10 finish also made it a points return in all six races he has competed in this year. How’s that for consistency?

7 – A classic comeback to P10 from our Mexican secured a sixth double-points score of the 2020 season for the team, but it was also the seventh time in a row that Checo scored points at Monza!

8 – It’s been eight years since Checo took to the Mugello circuit in a Formula 1 car. Our Mexican is one of a few of the current racers on the grid to have taken part in a group test in 2012.

9 – Lance’s grid position the last time he raced at Mugello in the 2014 Italian Formula 4 Championship, before charging to victory in the reverse-grid race!

304 – The distance between Monza and Mugello in kilometres – an unfamiliar but all-too-welcome short hop between our Italian double-header venues to round off another demanding trio of races!

Breaking down the facts and figures of an Italian double-header

Caught your breath yet? That Italian Grand Prix was quite the ride – but now we’re straight into another Grand Prix in Italy!

This time it’s a short drive to Mugello for a journey into the unknown, as the circuit makes its Formula 1 race debut.

The middle of an Italian double-header seems like the perfect time to pore over the numbers from Monza to Mugello!

1 – We’ll start with the finest figure! Lance’s podium finish in the Italian Grand Prix was the first podium of the Racing Point era!

2 – It was a memorable podium for Lance too – the second of his Formula 1 career following a maiden rostrum in Baku back in 2017.

3 – Lance’s finishing position in the Italian Grand Prix was P3. Did we mention that we scored a podium last weekend?

4 – Checo’s impressive qualifying effort earned him P4 on the grid and underlined the team’s hard work in finding improvements after a challenging weekend at Spa just a week prior.

5 – We can’t actually think of anything to fill this slot, but why ruin a good sequence of numbers?

6 – Checo’s P10 finish also made it a points return in all six races he has competed in this year. How’s that for consistency?

7 – A classic comeback to P10 from our Mexican secured a sixth double-points score of the 2020 season for the team, but it was also the seventh time in a row that Checo scored points at Monza!

8 – It’s been eight years since Checo took to the Mugello circuit in a Formula 1 car. Our Mexican is one of a few of the current racers on the grid to have taken part in a group test in 2012.

9 – Lance’s grid position the last time he raced at Mugello in the 2014 Italian Formula 4 Championship, before charging to victory in the reverse-grid race!

304 – The distance between Monza and Mugello in kilometres – an unfamiliar but all-too-welcome short hop between our Italian double-header venues to round off another demanding trio of races!

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