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Monaco Generations

Simulating racing from every generation of Formula 1 at Circuit de Monaco

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Run the race simulation on Binder Binder

Tableau Viz of Full Grid Race Results

Shows a dot for each entry that is their finishing spot, with a vertical line to their qualifying position. I line above finishing position indicates they advanced int he race and a line going down indicates they fell back during the race.

https://public.tableau.com/views/MonacoGenerations/FullGridPosChanges?:language=en-US&publish=yes&:display_count=n&:origin=viz_share_link

Inspiration

Data is fun. F1 is fun. Monaco is... historic. Add it all together, and it's 80% fun!

Shout out to Spanners (of Missed Apex Podcast) for his love of Monaco, saying:

  • "You want entertainment, do 30 cars! And ... do Monaco!" - Spanners Feb 6, 2022, Missed Apex Podcast
  • "Have a massive grid!" - Spanners Feb 6, 2022, Missed Apex Podcast
  • "Bigger grids are much better" - Spanners Feb 6, 2022, Missed Apex Podcast

And to everyone's favorite sim racer dad, Alex Vangeen

  • "I'd love to see 30 cars going around Monaco" - Van Gene Feb 6, 2022, Missed Apex Podcast

Additional inspiration from:

  • Stuart Taylor "Chain Bear" for helping me fall in love with F1
  • AlexDoesF1Stuff for all the amazing F1 data presentation work
  • Eric Matthes, author of Python Crash Course for making Python click

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