For a university research project we analyze a dataset of Formula 1 data. We detect how the mindset of drivers being lapped impacts the time the lapping takes. We would like to find additional qualitative (i.e., written or spoken) evidence for how drivers experience situations where lapping occurs. These could be from sources such as:
– On board radio
– Race recordings
– F1 press conferences
– Interviews with F1 drivers
– Interviews with F1 executives
We want to find comments and accounts of occasions where lapped drivers get confronted with the complaint that they did not cooperate when they were about to be lapped and/or accounts of drivers who tried to lap another driver but where hindered by that other driver in doing so (e.g., https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1i9IcVzZOo). Search terms may be "lapping", "blue flags", or similar searches.
We would like to hire someone to search for and find these types of accounts. A successful candidate must be diligent with great attention to detail and needs to have experience in internet research. Additionally, a successful candidate must be very familiar with the context of Formula 1. You must know what a lapping is in Formula 1 and how it is different from a takeover.
Hourly Range: $15.00-$25.00