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Driver Performance Analysis: China

Our post-race analysis of drivers who we think deserve recognition for strong performances and those who, quite frankly, should be ashamed of themselves.

The Top Dog for China is…

Who else could it be but...

The Top Dog for Malaysia is…

The Top Dog for Malaysia is...
Kimi Raikkonen

Driver Performance Analysis: Australia

This year sees a reworking of the Hot Rod or Hot Dog feature. Instead of looking in detail at all of the grid, we'll be selecting drivers who we think deserve recognition for strong performances and those who, quite frankly, should be ashamed of themselves.

Driver Performance Analysis – The Sleeping Dogs

The final part of our driver analysis looks at the back end of the grid, known in these parts as the Sleeping Dogs. This...

Driver Performance Analysis: The Top Dogs

Our first foray into the fast and not-so-fast of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix starts at the sharp end of the grid - otherwise known as the Top Dogs.

Driver Performance Analysis – The Top Dogs

Our main foray into the fast and not-so-fast of the inaugural Indian Grand Prix starts at the sharp end of the grid - otherwise known as the Top Dogs.

Driver Performance Analysis – The Chasing Dogs

What comes after a Top Dog? Might it be a dog who chases? Perhaps, collectively, they're known as Chasing Dogs? They are! And look - they're right here now for your pleasure. Cheers lads.

Driver Performance Analysis: The Top Dogs

We start our analysis of the good, the bad and the ugly from the Singapore Grand Prix with the fastest teams, known in these parts as the Top Dogs.

Driver Performance Analysis: The Top Dogs

Hot Rod or Hot Dog Top Dogs. That's right, it's another look at the top four teams from Monza and their drivers. How exciting.

Driver Performance Analysis – The Chasing Dogs

In this edition of Hot Rod or Hot Dog we look at the teams in the midfield or, as they're known in the Sett, The Chasing Dogs.

Driver Performance Analysis – The Chasing Dogs

Chasing Dogs sees Badger assess the teams in the middle of the pack - that means you Sauber, Mercedes, Force India and Toro Rosso.