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#1 Makarias

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Posted 08 April 2002 - 21:02

Results of the Brazil voting

1)  Michael Schumacher   (23*2 +  1*1 = 47) [b]10 points[/b] 

2)  Jenson Button		 (2*2 + 15*1 = 19)  [b]6 points[/b]

3)  Ralf Schumacher	   (1*2 + 14*1 = 15)  [b]4 points[/b]

4)  Jarno Trulli		  (0*2 + 12*1 = 12)  [b]3 points[/b]

5)  Mika Salo			 (2*2 +  5*1 =  9)  [b]2 points[/b]

6)  David Coulthard	   (0*2 +  6*1 =  6)  [b]1 point[/b]

7)  Rubens Barrichello	(0*2 +  4*1 =  4)

8)  Pedro de la Rosa	  (1*2 +  1*1 =  3)

9)  Juan Pablo Montoya	(0*2 +  2*1 =  2)

10) Kimi Räikkönen		(0*2 +  1*1 =  1)

11) Heinz-Harald Frentzen (0*2 +  1*1 =  1)
Places 10-11 decided by race result.

The individual votes can be found at the voting thread:
http://www.atlasf1.c...&threadid=39188

Votes that didn't comply with the 2-1-1 points system:
miniman, CaptnMark: Ignored Top Vote (MS=?)

Voting Championship standings:

1)  Michael Schumacher  22 points

2)  Juan Pablo Montoya  14 

3)  Jenson Button	   12 

4)  Ralf Schumacher	  8 

5)  Mark Webber		  6 

6)  Mika Salo			4

7)  Enrique Bernoldi	 3 

=   Kimi Räikkönen	   3 

=   Jarno Trulli		 3 

9)  David Coulthard	  1

=   Felipe Massa		 1

=   Alex Yoong		   1
Results of Rate the Race

[B]Quality of racing: 6.57 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0

9   2 ##

8   5 #####

7  10 ##########

6   8 ########

5   3 ### 

4   1 #

3   0 

2   1 #

1   0



[B]Satisfaction with results: 5.80 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0 

9   1 #

8  12 ############

7   2 ##

6   2 ##

5   3 ###

4   4 ####

3   2 ##

2   2 ##

1   2 ##
Australia averages were 6.54 and 6.46 respectively.
Malaysia averages were 5.87 and 5.77 respectively.

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#2 fisichella_2001

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Posted 09 April 2002 - 21:05

It's interesting to see that the table looks similar to the actual championship, e.g. Button up there in 3rd. OK, he has done well this season, but are people so fickle to see that it is the car that is the real star here. Meanwhile, Fisi has no points, yet he beat Button hands down last season. I'm also a little guilty of this, but I think we should look further down the field when making our choices. For instance, I'm sure Webber worked just as hard as Button in Brazil to get 11th, but because he hasn't got a car capable of points, no-one notices him. It's also interesting to note the average quality mark for Brazil was higher than the other two races. I thought it was the worst of the 3, but I may be a little biased, seeing Fisi go out so early (I still have nightmares about that *sniff*). Anyway, keep up the good work Makarias!

P.S. I bet Michael Schumacher will win this championship, whether or not he wins the actual title.

#3 Makarias

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Posted 10 April 2002 - 22:45

Yeah fisi, I personally think it's a bit sad that people tend to vote pretty much for those drivers who scored points in the race. I guess it has to do quite a bit with media attention.

It would be great if people could get to know about great drives further back in the field too, so this voting won't necessarily be so equipment-dependent, which is totally against its spirit.

#4 coyoteBR

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Posted 11 April 2002 - 10:48

Rubens in 7th? Well, he did here what he wasn't able to do at the FIA season so far.

Keep up the great work, Makarias.