2003 Qualifying Differentials

By Marcel Borsboom, Netherlands
Atlas F1 Magazine Writer

With twenty four qualifying sessions completed for 2003, the differentials are once again on a roll! Let's see which drivers deserve bragging rights.

Germany Notables

  • Setting the Record Straight: Being his first Formula One race, naturally Nicolas Kiesa's 20th position on the grid is also his best ever... but another improvement came from the man he was replacing - Justin Wilson recorded his best ever position, in 16th.

  • The New Pairs: of the two new drivers' pairing, Nicolas Kiesa bettered Justin Wilson by qualifying closer to his Minardi teammate, Jos Verstappen, than Wilson did to his Jaguar one, Mark Webber.

The Elevator

We've decided to also keep track of the position changes between Friday and Saturday. We're not yet sure if it means anything, but we'll keep an eye on the results for the time being...

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Volume 9, Issue 32
August 6th 2003


The Rollercoaster Rider
by Will Gray

Jordan Vs. Vodafone: The Judgement

Ann Bradshaw: View from the Paddock
by Ann Bradshaw

2003 German GP Review

2003 German GP Review
by Pablo Elizalde

That Michelin Magic
by Karl Ludvigsen

Chops and Changes
by Richard Barnes

Stats Center

Qualifying Differentials
by Marcel Borsboom

by David Wright

Charts Center
by Michele Lostia


Season Strokes
by Bruce Thomson

Elsewhere in Racing
by David Wright & Mark Alan Jones

The Weekly Grapevine
by Tom Keeble

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