Was looking at career points at statsf1.com and it just striked me fascinating, how close five midfield drivers have been scoring over a period of time.
Those are - Kobayashi, Sutil, di Resta, Hulkenberg, Perez.
Below I give points since 2010 with the scoring system staying the same.
The staggering thing is that all of them have participated in 3 seasons out of 4!
2013 isn't of course over yet for all of them bar Kobayashi, so they will add to the tally.
The points are
Kobayashi - 122 (3x Sauber)
Sutil - 115 (3x Force India)
di Resta - 109 (3x Force India)
Hulkenberg - 104 (1x Williams, 1x Force India, 1x Sauber)
Perez - 102 (2x Sauber, 1x McLaren)
Any conclusions? How do these five midfield drivers rate against each other?
Do you think Perez has underperformed compared to other midfield blokes, considering he is now driving a McLaren (not a good car, still a bit above other midfielders) and that the 2012 Sauber was very good?