Laps led is a metric used for measuring performance. In short, the number of laps a car spends at the front.
The actual lead can be distorted due to a difference in pit stop strategies. For example, a OK, so we all know what the driver is, right. I've always liked the description that F1 drivers are like... There's more... may start on Pole (Pole Position) is the first grid box closest to the start line. The rest of the field lines up, in pairs behind... There's more... and lead for 20 laps before pitting. At that point, they drop down the board, and the chasing car moves into the lead.
Statistically, the new lead car must pit and with a similar pit stop duration, come back out in the same spot as before the pit window opened, returning the The driver who secures pole position, having qualified fastest at the end of Q3. There's more... to the lead.
It should be noted, that the lead is the lead. If the pole sitter in the example above The Pits refers to the area immediately outside a team's garage where they are able to work on the car,... There's more... and the race is red-flagged before the new lead car pits, they will be To be classified is the formal result as recorded by the FIA. Official places are recorded for qualifying and finishing.... There's more... as the winner.
Laps completed behind the The FIA runs the event and is responsible for the safety of the drivers, crew, marshals and spectators. To manage... are counted.