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Voting Championship results for Japan and 2002 final standings


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#1 Makarias

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Posted 21 October 2002 - 22:08

Results of the Japan voting

1)  Takuma Sato		  (11*2 +  4*1 = 26) [b]10 points[/b] 

2)  Michael Schumacher	(4*2 + 10*1 = 18)  [b]6 points[/b]

3)  Kimi Räikkönen		(0*2 +  7*1 =  7)  [b]4 points[/b]

4)  Ralf Schumacher	   (0*2 +  5*1 =  5)  [b]3 points[/b]

5)  David Coulthard	   (0*2 +  3*1 =  3)  [b]2 points[/b]

6)  Jenson Button		 (0*2 +  0*1 =  2)  [b]1 point[/b]
The individual votes can be found at the voting thread:
http://www.atlasf1.c...&threadid=49286

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

Voting Championship standings:

Pos Name				  Pts  Win 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7+ DNF 

1)  Michael Schumacher	89   5   4   1   2   2   1   1  1

2)  Rubens Barrichello	47   3   1   2   0   1   1   2  7

3)  Kimi Räikkönen		39   2   0   2   2   1   3   3  4

4)  Juan Pablo Montoya	37   2   1   1   0   2   3   4  4

5)  David Coulthard	   35   2   0   2   1   1   2   5  4  

6)  Jenson Button		 29   0   3   2   0   1   1   1  9

7)  Ralf Schumacher	   21   0   1   2   1   1   2   1  9

8)  Heinz-Harald Frentzen 20   1   1   0   0   2   0   1  8

9)  Giancarlo Fisichella  20   0   2   2   0   0   0   2 11

10) Jacques Villeneuve	18   0   1   1   2   1   0   1 11

11) Eddie Irvine		  16   1   1   0   0   0   0   1 14

12) Jarno Trulli		  15   0   1   1   1   1   0   3 10

13) Felipe Massa		  13   0   0   1   2   1   1   2  9

14) Mark Webber		   12   0   1   0   1   1   1   4  9

15) Takuma Sato		   11   1   0   0   0   0   1   3 12

16) Nick Heidfeld		  9   0   0   0   3   0   0   2 12

17) Mika Salo			  4   0   0   0   0   2   0   2 13

18) Olivier Panis		  3   0   0   0   1   0   0   3 13

19) Enrique Bernoldi	   3   0   0   0   1   0   0   1 10

20) Alex Yoong			 1   0   0   0   0   0   1   1 12

21) Allan McNish		   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   4 13

22) Anthony Davidson	   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   1  2

23) Pedro de la Rosa	   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   1 16
"DNF" Means here races where the driver didn't get any votes at all...
Drivers equal in points have been sorted by the principle of best race results.
The Japan results made Kimi pass JPM for third place overall, and Taku-san improved his position quite a bit.


The Voting Championship WCC:

1)  Ferrari  136 points

2)  McLaren   74

3)  Williams  58

4)  Renault   44

5)  Jordan	31

6)  Arrows	23

7)  Sauber	22

8)  BAR	   21

9)  Jaguar	16

10) Minardi   13

11) Toyota	 4
Results of Rate the Race

[B]Quality of racing: 4.60 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0 

9   0 

8   0 

7   2 ##

6   2 ##

5   4 #### 

4   4 ####

3   2 ##

2   0 

1   1 #

0   0 



[B]Satisfaction with results: 6.93 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  2 

9   0 

8   2 ###

7   4 #

6   5 #

5   0 ##

4   0 ###

3   1 ####

2   0 

1   0 

0   0 #
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.
Italy averages were 5.91 and 5.86 respectively.
USA averages were 5.06 and 4.73 respectively.


A big thank you to all the people who have bothered to vote this season! :)

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#2 scheivlak

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Posted 21 October 2002 - 22:51

Somewhere in a Swiss village drops of champagne hit the ceiling.... WDC is one thing, but winning this one by such a margin is something else :drunk:

On the other side, Pedro... :eek:

I really like this one, but I'm surprised that so few people actually vote -given all the discussions in the RC forum. But then, perhaps it's OK like this - not too much "team tactics"!
The "rate the race" outcome is always telling. I won't ever vote on the "satisfaction" question -the only criterium for me is: "was it a good race?"

Thanks, Makarias!

#3 Makarias

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Posted 21 October 2002 - 23:14

Thanks, scheivlak! :)
The voting attendance has been quite a disappointment lately, for sure. It's normal that it drops as the season goes by, it has done so before, but it has been really uncomfortably low now. I'm planning to move the threads back to RC for next season, which would seem a more natural environment in the first place. They just happened to follow here with the competitions when bira created the subforum instead of Bjorn's fine link service initiative.

#4 TT6

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Posted 22 October 2002 - 09:03

Originally posted by Makarias
Results of the Japan voting


[B]Quality of racing: 4.60 average[/B]

[B]Satisfaction with results: 6.93 average[/B]



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.

Italy averages were 5.91 and 5.86 respectively.

:)

Great work, Makarias!

But where's the USA? And the overall results of the season for Quality of racing average?

Was it a boring season race vice - or just average?

#5 Makarias

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Posted 22 October 2002 - 18:58

Added USA... Thanks TT6! :)

The average of Race Quality this year is approximately 5.63, while Results satisfaction had an average of about 5.54.

#6 GreenLantern

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Posted 23 October 2002 - 07:04

Thanks for some great work during the year Makarias! :up:
I'm curious: how do those averages compare with those in 1999 or 2000? (I presume we don't have data for years further back). Equally, if the best race was Silverstone (8.7) and 3-4 others in a second tier at about 7, how does that match up with the past?
I guess where I'm coming from is that 2002 was clearly not as exciting nor had as good racing as say 2000 (to say nothing of 79-80, 86, 87, 89, 95-98) and I was wondering if the results reflect that.

#7 MrAerodynamicist

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Posted 23 October 2002 - 11:50

Cheers for taking over the running! It's a shame that MS & RB still came out top dispite the fact they spent most of season cruising around in the fastest car and didn't need to go that extra percent out of their car that many of the other drivers needed to.

The table is definately more interesting when you remove the big three, people's opinions are definately biased towards the fastest cars (and I'm not going to claim to be a saint :)) Unfortunately this limits points to the rest of the field. Maybe it's time to drop the 10-6-4-3-2-1 format and go for something tailored to the voting (eg extend to 8 drivers per race). I'd also reverse the rule of resolving equal votes by who finished higher - if somebody in a Minardi gets as many votes as somebody in a Ferrari, the former is probably more deserving! Oh, and maybe instead of DNF, you should use DNI.... Did Not Impress :)

GreenLaten: I used to run this, I did 1999, 2000 and the first half of 2001. However, the Rating the Race stuff was new this year.