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#1 Makarias

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Posted 03 March 2002 - 22:37

The standings after the Australian GP:

1) Alapan 26 points
= Pets22 26
3) Apex 25
= BrundleBud 25
= EddieJF1 25
= frogbeef 25
= gerry nassar 25
= LeTurc 25
= Nomad 25
10) AD 24
= Bjorn 24
= control 24
= dortiz 24
= fifi 24
= fisichella_2001 24
= FordFan 24
= garth_b 24
= Gumby 24
= LB 24
= Mellon 24
= Pascal 24
= Steve Williams 24
= The Sleeper 24
= TT6 24
= Turbo 24
= WillieF1 24
27) Debsjc 23
= Jimmino 23
= lukywill 23
= miniman 23
= Nasty McBastard 23
= Nikolas Garth 23
= Rosco 23
= smarty 23
35) CaptnMark 22
= Dunder 22
= Grano 22
= Makarias 22
= mikabest 22
40) Jaybee 21
= MONTOYASPEED 21
= Ric Bol 21
43) coyoteBR 20
= Hurricane 20
= mach4 20
= Pioneer 20

Score for the average contribution: 24 points

A whole bunch of points missed in the first round already! Webber is the biggest surprise, but also Irvine and Salo have surprised a few already. Personally, scoring just 22 points and being behind Pascal makes this race a huge disappointment. Liked the race though.


The average contribution consists of the average points placed on each driver, rounded off to integer values and to make the points sum 442. It is as follows:

M Schumacher 91
Montoya 67
Coulthard 62
R Schumacher 52
Barrichello 46
Räikkönen 42
Fisichella 15
Heidfeld 14
Trulli 11
Villeneuve 9
Button 8
Panis 6
Massa 5
Irvine 4
Frentzen 3
Sato 3
de la Rosa 2
Bernoldi 1
Salo 1
Alesi 0
Alonso 0
McNish 0
Webber 0
Yoong 0
Zonta 0


Drivers' listings

This season I will continually post three measures of how well the drivers are doing compared to the participants' expectations:

-The surprising drivers list: A 100 % surprise is defined by scoring one more point than anyone expected. This list shows how close to that score a driver is. For example, the highest amount of points placed on Montoya this year was 100. If JPM scores 101 points, he will have achieved a 100 % surprise. After this first race, his surprise value is 5.9 %.

Current standings:

Webber 50.0 %
Irvine 30.0 %
Salo 20.0 %
M Schumacher 6.0 %
Montoya 5.9 %
Räikkönen 4.3 %
All other drivers 0 %

-The expectations fulfillment list: how many % the driver has scored of the average expected final result for him, defined by the average contribution above (or rather the non-rounded off values). For example, if Michael Schumacher scores 91 points this year, he will have fulfilled our expectations 100 %, but not more.

Current standings:

Webber 575.0
Salo 85.2
Irvine 78.0
M Schumacher 11.0
Räikkönen 9.6
Montoya 9.0
All other drivers 0 %

So, due to the low expectations on Webber, he has already fulfilled them a couple of times already. And that in just one race! Alex Yoong actually also has fulfilled the expectations on himself, since no participant has placed a single point on him...

-How many participants each driver has surprised so far: A participant is defined as being surprised by a driver as soon as the driver has scored more points than the participant expected. The maximum possible score for a driver is naturally the amount of participants in the competition, this year 46.

Current standings:
Webber 44
Salo 18
Irvine 14
All other drivers 0

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#2 Bjorn

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Posted 04 March 2002 - 00:54

:clap: My best result so far :p

#3 gerry nassar

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Posted 04 March 2002 - 07:26

Equaled Third :clap: :clap:

Thanks Mak :up:

#4 TT6

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Posted 04 March 2002 - 10:04

Great game indeed. Thanks, Makarias.

Räikkönen will bring me the victory.

#5 coyoteBR

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Posted 04 March 2002 - 10:57

Do someone has the adress of Ralf Schumacher? He owns me something for putting me in last position. :evil:

#6 Pascal

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Posted 04 March 2002 - 13:04

Originally posted by Makarias
Personally, scoring just 22 points and being behind Pascal makes this race a huge disappointment.

You'd better start getting used to it...;)

#7 Nikolas Garth

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Posted 04 March 2002 - 13:15

Originally posted by Makarias

A whole bunch of points missed in the first round already! Webber is the biggest surprise, but also Irvine and Salo have surprised a few already. Personally, scoring just 22 points and
being behind Pascal makes this race a huge disappointment.

I feel your pain. :(