|1. The average speed around the track is the lowest of the year, just 160km/h in F1 and only 149 km/h in GP2.
2. F1 top speed (including DRS) is 285 km/h – GP2 (without DRS) is 270 km/h.
3. F1 drivers will change gear 62 times per lap against the 37 times that a GP2 driver will have to.
4. Race distance is different: F1 goes around the circuit for 78 laps and GP2 does a total of 70 laps during its two races- 40 laps in Feature Race and 30 in the Sprint Race.
5. Downforce levels are alike but still different: Maximum downforce levels in F1 against high levels in GP2.6. Pole position in F1 was set in 2014 at 1:15.989 – Pole position in GP2 was set in 2014 at 1:20.774.