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Voting Championship results for Italy


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#1 Makarias

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Posted 23 September 2002 - 22:29

Results of the Italy voting

1)  Eddie Irvine		 (10*2 + 12*1 = 32) [b]10 points[/b] 

2)  Jarno Trulli		  (7*2 +  8*1 = 22)  [b]6 points[/b]

3)  Rubens Barrichello	(2*2 + 11*1 = 15)  [b]4 points[/b]

4)  Olivier Panis		 (2*2 +  7*1 = 11)  [b]3 points[/b]

5)  Michael Schumacher	(1*2 +  1*1 =  3)  [b]2 points[/b]

6)  Juan Pablo Montoya	(1*2 +  1*1 =  3)  [b]1 point[/b]

7)  Allan McNish		  (0*2 +  3*1 =  3)

8)  Jenson Button		 (0*2 +  2*1 =  2)

9)  David Coulthard	   (0*2 +  1*1 =  1)
Places 5-7 decided by top votes first, then race result.
Second consecutive points finish for Irvine! Panis scores his first points of the season, and McNish very nearly does the same.

The individual votes can be found at the voting thread:
http://www.atlasf1.c...&threadid=48039

Votes that didn't comply with the 2-1-1 points system:
None.

Voting Championship standings:

1)  Michael Schumacher	80 points

2)  Rubens Barrichello	46

3)  Juan Pablo Montoya	37

4)  Kimi Räikkönen		35 

5)  Jenson Button		 28 

6)  David Coulthard	   23

7)  Giancarlo Fisichella  20

=   Heinz-Harald Frentzen 20 

9)  Ralf Schumacher	   18

10) Eddie Irvine		  16 

11) Felipe Massa		  13

12) Jacques Villeneuve	12

13) Jarno Trulli		  11

14) Mark Webber		   10

15) Nick Heidfeld		  9

16) Mika Salo			  4

17) Enrique Bernoldi	   3 

=   Olivier Panis		  3

19) Takuma Sato			1

=   Alex Yoong			 1
Results of Rate the Race

[B]Quality of racing: 5.91 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0 

9   0 

8   2 ##

7   7 #######

6   5 #####

5   7 ####### 

4   1 #

3   0 

2   1 #

1   0 

0   0 



[B]Satisfaction with results: 5.86 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  2 ##

9   3 ###

8   4 ####

7   1 #

6   1 #

5   3 ###

4   2 ##

3   4 ####

2   1 #

1   0 

0   1 #
Australia averages were 6.54 and 6.46 respectively.
Malaysia averages were 5.87 and 5.77 respectively.
Brazil averages were 6.57 and 5.80 respectively.
San Marino averages were 2.38 and 5.68 respectively.
Spain averages were 4.10 and 4.93 respectively.
Austria averages were 6.53 and 1.90 respectively.
Monaco averages were 7.14 and 7.26 respectively.
Canada averages were 6.54 and 6.00 respectively.
Europe averages were 7.04 and 6.87 respectively.
Britain averages were 8.74 and 7.26 respectively.
France averages were 7.13 and 6.70 respectively.
Germany averages were 6.12 and 5.81 respectively.
Belgium averages were 5.41 and 6.19 respectively.

The Blacklist

First of all, I must confess that I have been too lazy checking if people have voted in a too biased way this season; my apologies for this, I'll try to improve in the future. To make amends for that, I'll put two of you on the blacklist for the next two races:

-Sammyed, for excessive voting in favour of Montoya and
-SeanValen, for excessive voting in favour of Michael Schumacher.

I won't elaborate more on these decisions here unless someone concerned wants me to.
NB: this does NOT mean that their respective votes for the Italian GP have been discarded.

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#2 TT6

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Posted 25 September 2002 - 13:05

The quality of the races this season this far has been in average 6,1. I guess this means The Season 2002 has been "better than average, more than a few on the edge the seat moments". :clap: Not a classic however :down: