Jean-Eric Vergne 2014 form guide

Compare Jean-Eric Vergne‘s performance against his team mate throughout the 2014 F1 season.

Race finishing positions

Jean-Eric Vergne81281013911136913101312
Team mate9101110149149111411141511

Performance comparison

Jean-Eric VergneDaniil Kvyat
Qualified ahead712
Average qualifying gap-0.005s
Finished race ahead65
Laps spent ahead429377

Qualifying gap

Gap in seconds between Jean-Eric Vergne 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:

Jean-Eric Vergne-1.504-0.2549999999999950.141000000000005-0.7050000000000130.11999999999999-0.549999999999983-0.4580000000000130.5829999999999980.1479999999999960.182000000000002-0.06900000000000260.4279999999999690.08700000000000330.0629999999999882-0.1080000000000040.7429999999999950.3140000000000070.616999999999990.125

2 comments on “Jean-Eric Vergne 2014 form guide”

  1. What Red Bull must be looking at is how Verne progresses through the season. Looking just at the average finishing positions, I don’t see him doing particularly worse than his teammates. But if you look at the form at the start of the season and then at the end, RBRs decision makes a bit more sense. In races 1-7 Verne was generally quicker but from race 8 onwards he seems to have lost the edge.
    I haven’t looked at the data but perhaps there was a similar trend last year when he was paired with Ricciardo.

    1. Making judgements based on one lap time per weekend should be used with caution, but if you look at race paces from every GP’s race chart you can indeed sport Kvyat holding the upper hand generally since about Red Bull Ring.

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