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#1 Makarias

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Posted 09 November 2008 - 12:36

Results of the Brazil voting

Pos Name				   3p  2p  1p  Tot Pts

 1  Felipe Massa		   14   3   0   48  [b]10[/b]

 2  Sebastian Vettel		8   8   1   41   [b]8[/b]

 3  Fernando Alonso		 2  11   2   30   [b]6[/b]

 4  Timo Glock			  0   3   6   12   [b]5[/b]

 5  Kimi Räikkönen		  0   0  10   10   [b]4[/b]

 6  Lewis Hamilton		  1   0   6	9   [b]3[/b]

 7  Giancarlo Fisichella	0   0   3	3   [b]2[/b]

 8  Sebastien Bourdais	  0   0   1	1   [b]1[/b]

 9  Nick Heidfeld		   0   0   1	1
Places 8-9 decided by reversed race result.

* Felipe Massa's eighth ever win.
* Sebastian Vettel's fifth and Fernando Alonso's 48th podium finish.

The entries

Votes that didn't comply with the voting system:
None.


Voting Championship 2008 final standings:

Pos Name				   Pts AUS MAL BAH SPA TUR MON CAN FRA GBR GER HUN EUR BEL ITA SIN JPN CHN BRA : Win Pod Pnt Tie	  

1)  Lewis Hamilton		  95   1   9	   4   2   3   9  10   1   1   3   3   1   4   3	   1   6 :  5  10  13

2)  Felipe Massa			77	  10   1   7   1   5   6   3	   5   2   1   6   8   7   7   7   1 :  4   6  15 

3)  Fernando Alonso		 68   5   8	   2   6	  11   9   5	   5	   5   3   1   1   2   3 :  2   6  12

4)  Robert Kubica		   67   8   2   2   5   7   2   1   7	   7   9   4	   2	   2   8	 :  1   6  13

5)  Kimi Räikkönen		  66   9   1   5   1   8	   5   1   4   9   7	   3	   9   5   3   5 :  3   5  12

6)  Sebastian Vettel		44  10		  11	   6   8   8	   3	   2   7   1   4  10	   2 :  1   4   9

7)  Nick Heidfeld		   37   4   7   4  15  12	   3	   3   4		   4  10		   6   9 :	  2   8

8)  Timo Glock			  33  13					   4		   8   1   6   8	   5	   5   4 :  1   1   8

9)  Heikki Kovalainen	   31   6   4   8  12   3	  10   5   6  10   4		   5	   9		 :	  1   8

10) Mark Webber			 28	   5   7   3   4   4	   6   8				   7				 :	  1   8

11) Jarno Trulli			27  11   3   6  16		  12   2   9   6	   5   9		   6		 :	  2   6

12) Sebastien Bourdais	  23   3											   2   6	   4	   8 :	  2   5

13) Nico Rosberg			22   2	  11	   5						   7		   2	  11	 :	  2   4 2*2nd

=   Nelson Piquet Jr		22				   9		   4	   2   6				   3  10	 :	  2   4 1*2nd

15) Rubens Barrichello	  19   7		  13  10   7   7	   2							   4	 :	  1   5

16) Giancarlo Fisichella	14	   6   3   8						   8   8	   9			   7 :	  1   6

17) Adrian Sutil			11					   1					   9			   8		 :  1   1   2 1*1st

=   David Coulthard		 11	  13	  14  11	   2				  10		   6	   9	 :	  1   2 1*2nd

19) Jenson Button			4	  12   9   6							  11		   8			 :		  1

20) Kazuki Nakajima		  2			   9				   7									 :		  1

21) Anthony Davidson		 0	  11  10															 :			1*10th, 1*11th 

=   Takuma Sato			  0  12		  10														 :			1*10th, 1*12th
Congratulations again to Lewis Hamilton, who secured the 2008 Atlas Voting Championship title in China already!
Felipe Massa took a fine second place, and Fernando Alonso passed Robert Kubica for third in the final Voting of the season.
At the right hand side of the table you find columns with amount of wins, podiums and points scoring finishes for each driver, plus the relevant tie breakers.


Voting Championship 2008 WCC:

Pos Team		Pts

1)  Ferrari	 143 

2)  McLaren	 126

3)  BMW Sauber  104

4)  Renault	  90

5)  Toro Rosso   67

6)  Toyota	   60

7)  Red Bull	 39

8)  Force India  25

9)  Williams	 24

10) Honda		23

11) Super Aguri   0


Results of Rate the Race

[B]Quality of racing: 8.47 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  4 ####

9   5 #####

8   5 #####

7   1 #

6   2 ##

5   0 

4   0 

3   0 

2   0 

1   0 

0   0 



[B]Satisfaction with results: 6.13 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  3 ###

9   1 #

8   0 

7   3 ###

6   2 ##

5   1 #

4   2 ##

3   1 #

2   2 ##

1   0 

0   0
Fifth highest ever Quality! Satisfaction just average although opinions differ greatly there, as expected.


2008 ratings: 

GP		  Quality   Satisfaction

Australia   7.35	  5.57

Malaysia	5.70	  6.94

Bahrain	 5.35	  6.27

Spain	   3.94	  6.19

Turkey	  6.41	  5.53

Monaco	  7.90	  4.11

Canada	  7.06	  7.56

France	  5.88	  5.29

Britain	 7.76	  5.33

Germany	 6.91	  5.09

Hungary	 4.92	  5.77

Europe	  2.85	  4.25

Belgium	 8.33	  2.18

Italy	   7.73	  7.69

Singapore   7.09	  6.50

Japan	   7.00	  6.07

China	   3.31	  4.73

Brazil	  8.47	  6.13



Average Q&S per season

		   #   Qual   Satis

2002	  17   5.83   5.86

2003	  16   6.36   6.42

2004	  18   5.71   5.82

2005	  19   5.87   5.76

2006	  18   5.66   5.58

2007	  17   5.80   6.10

2008	  18   6.33   5.62
With a very entertaining final part of the season, the Quality average for 2008 became a high one. Satisfaction ended up low though.

I might revise the tie-breaker rules for next season, more about that when it's time to vote again I suppose.
Thank you for this season and see you again in 2009!

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#2 Alapan

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Posted 10 November 2008 - 13:44

It wasn't even close in this game :p

Thanks Makarias for your efforts and regular updates!

#3 Barty

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Posted 10 November 2008 - 16:46

Thanks for doing a great job in hosting this and other games! :clap:

#4 gerry nassar

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Posted 11 November 2008 - 07:28

Thanks Mak :up:

Voting Championship is fast becoming a historic documentation of Atlas reader's thoughts on each race/driver/season of the decade. Great work!

#5 TT6

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Posted 11 November 2008 - 09:51

What I'd like to see is an Average Quality per track over seasons 2002 - 2008.

Like to see what tracks suck or excel in producing good races from wievers perspective.

#6 Makarias

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Posted 11 November 2008 - 14:01

TT6, you're looking for table 7 I think. This is just 2002-2007 though, I can't be arsed updating the stats every single year as it takes a bit of effort. I think every two years may be doable for me.