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#1 Makarias

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Posted 24 October 2005 - 22:13

Results of the China voting

Pos Name				 3p  2p  1p  Tot Pts

1)  Fernando Alonso	   9   7   4  45  [b]10[/b]

2)  Ralf Schumacher	   3  11   6  37   [b]8[/b]

3)  Christian Klien	   2  13   4  36   [b]6[/b]

4)  Felipe Massa		  0   5  12  22   [b]5[/b]

5)  Kimi Räikkönen		0   3  12  18   [b]4[/b]

6)  Mark Webber		   0   1  11  13   [b]3[/b]

7)  Giancarlo Fisichella  0   2   7  11   [b]2[/b]

8)  David Coulthard	   0   0   3   3   [b]1[/b]

9)  Juan Pablo Montoya	0   0   1   1

10  Jenson Button		 0   0   1   1
Places 9-10 decided by reversed race result.

* Fernando Alonso's 7th ever win.
* Ralf Schumacher's 24th and Christian Klien's 1st podium finish.
* Christian Klien's best result yet. Klien's previous best was 4th place in Turkey earlier this year.

The entries

Votes that didn't comply with the voting system:
Alapan: more than ten points awarded. Ignored the driver votes entirely.

Voting Championship 2005 final standings:

#   NAME				  PTS  Best 

1)  Kimi Räikkönen		144

2)  Fernando Alonso	   114

3)  Juan Pablo Montoya	 61  2*win

4)  Michael Schumacher	 61  4*2nd

5)  David Coulthard		39

6)  Jarno Trulli		   38

7)  Giancarlo Fisichella   37

8)  Jenson Button		  32

9)  Ralf Schumacher		31

10) Nick Heidfeld		  27

11) Felipe Massa		   25

12) Mark Webber			23

13) Christian Klien		22

14) Rubens Barrichello	 21

15) Tiago Monteiro		 18

16) Jacques Villeneuve	 15

17) Pedro de la Rosa		8

18) Antonio Pizzonia		6

19) Christijan Albers	   5  1*6th

20) Takuma Sato			 5  2*7th

21) Alexander Wurz		  4

22) Narain Karthikeyan	  3

23) Patrick Friesacher	  1  1*8th, 1*11th

24) Vitantonio Liuzzi	   1  1*8th, nothing else



Tie-breakers added for those concerned... Ah what the heck, here's the full monty:



Name				   Pts  OZ MAL BAH RSM ESP MON EUR CAN USA FRA  GB GER HUN TUR ITA BEL BRA JPN CHN

Kimi Räikkönen		 144   0   5   5   6  10  10   6  10   5  10   8  10  10  10  10  10   5  10   4

Fernando Alonso		114  10  10  10  10   6   5   5   0	   8   6   6	   6   5   3   6   8  10

Juan Pablo Montoya	  61	   0		   0   3   0   4   0   5  10   8   5   3   8   5  10	   0

Michael Schumacher	  61	   0   4   8   3   1   0   6   8   6	   4   8   0	   0   8   5	

David Coulthard		 39   8   3		   2   4  10   0			   3	   4			   4   1

Jarno Trulli			38   0   8   6	   5	   1   2   6   3		   3   1   3   0			

Giancarlo Fisichella	37   6			   8	   2   5   0   0   4   0	   2   4	   1   3   2

Jenson Button		   32		   0   3			   0   0   2   5   5   1   8	   6	   2   0

Ralf Schumacher		 31	   1   2	   4   2	   0		   1   2   6		   4   0   1   8

Nick Heidfeld		   27	   6   0	   1   8   8   0				   4						

Felipe Massa			25   2	   3   0	   0   3   8		   3   0	   0   1   0		   5

Mark Webber			 23   3   4   0	   0   6						   0		   1	   6   3

Christian Klien		 22   4   2   1				   0			   0	   5		   4	   6

Rubens Barrichello	  21   5	   0			   4   3   4					   2   0   3		

Tiago Monteiro		  18				   0	   0   0  10						   8			

Jacques Villeneuve	  15			   5	   0	   0	   4   2   0			   2   2		

Pedro de la Rosa		 8		   8																

Antonio Pizzonia		 6														   6				

Christijan Albers		5		   0				   1   3		   1							

Takuma Sato			  5		   0   2					   1		   2   0					

Alexander Wurz		   4			   4															

Narain Karthikeyan	   3   1   0	   0				   2										

Patrick Friesacher	   1					   0		   1										

Vitantonio Liuzzi		1			   1															



The 2005 Voting WCC:

pos Team	 Points 

1)  McLaren  217

2)  Renault  151

3)  Ferrari   82

4)  Toyota	69

5)  Red Bull  62

6)  Williams  56

7)  Sauber	40

8)  BAR	   37

9)  Jordan	21

10) Minardi	6

Results of Rate the Race

[B]Quality of racing: 3.80 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0 

9   0 

8   0 

7   1 #

6   1 #

5   5 #####

4   3 ###

3   7 #######

2   2 ##

1   1 #

0   0 



[B]Satisfaction with results: 4.63 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0 

9   0 

8   3 ###

7   1 #

6   2 ##

5   2 ##

4   5 #####

3   3 ###

2   3 ###

1   0 

0   0
* Bad Quality rating. Bad Satisfaction rating.


2005 ratings: 

GP		  Quality   Satisfaction

Australia   5.33	  6.35

Malaysia	6.24	  6.09

Bahrain	 7.00	  6.54

San Marino  7.97	  6.29

Spain	   5.38	  7.08

Monaco	  7.44	  7.24

Europe	  6.44	  5.08

Canada	  6.65	  6.60

USA		 0.42	  0.21

France	  4.86	  6.10

Britain	 4.92	  6.04

Germany	 5.35	  4.18

Hungary	 5.45	  6.86

Turkey	  7.09	  6.00

Italy	   6.58	  4.52

Belgium	 7.06	  6.00

Brazil	  4.81	  5.85

Japan	   8.74	  7.76

China	   3.80	  4.63



Average Q&S per season:

		  Races Quality  Satis

2002	  17	5.829	5.855

2003	  16	6.359	6.416

2004	  18	5.706	5.820

2005	  19	5.870	5.759


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#2 gerry nassar

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 06:22

Thanks Mak for all you hard work this season!! :clap:

Congratulations to Kimi Raikkonen on being selected as the AtlasF1 readers choice champ for 2005!!! :clap: :clap: :clap:


Interesting to note that while qulaity went up slightly - satisfaction was at its lowest ever this year :eek:

#3 gerry nassar

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 06:28

And Wins:

Kimi Raikkonen - 10 wins
Fernando Alonso - 5 wins
Juan Pablo Montoya - 2 wins
David Coulthard - 1 win
Tiago Monteiro - 1 win

Best Quality race: Japan
Most satisifying race: Japan

Worst Quality race (not incl USA): China
Most satisifying race (not incl USA: Germany

#4 Marcel Schot

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 09:53

Originally posted by Makarias


Average Q&S per season:

		  Races Quality  Satis

2002	  17	5.829	5.855

2003	  16	6.359	6.416

2004	  18	5.706	5.820

2005	  19	5.870	5.759

So that would be

2005	  18	6.173	6.067
minus US.

#5 Orin

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 10:08

Originally posted by Marcel Schot

So that would be


2005	  18	6.173	6.067
minus US.


That makes more sense, I wondered how 2005 could score anywhere near the snoozefest that was 2004. Interesting stats Makarias: especially when comparing between seasons. I hope to vote regularly in 2006 (I caught this a bit late in 2005!) :up:

So McLaren & Raikkonen runaway winners then, does anyone have Briatore's email address? :D

#6 Marcel Schot

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 10:41

Interesting to see almost no difference between quality and satisfaction. Could it be that people let their quality rating be influenced by how their favourites did?;)

Satisfaction with Renault wins : 5.658
Satisfaction with McLaren wins : 6.603

Quality when Renault won : 5.874
Quality when McLaren won : 6.393

Quality when both Renaults on podium : 7.035
Quality when both McLarens on podium : 5.607

Only for China, Australia, Brazil, Britain, France, Hungary, Spain the satisfaction was higher than the quality.

#7 Orin

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 12:51

Originally posted by Marcel Schot
Interesting to see almost no difference between quality and satisfaction. Could it be that people let their quality rating be influenced by how their favourites did?;)

Satisfaction with Renault wins : 5.658
Satisfaction with McLaren wins : 6.603

Quality when Renault won : 5.874
Quality when McLaren won : 6.393

Quality when both Renaults on podium : 7.035
Quality when both McLarens on podium : 5.607

Only for China, Australia, Brazil, Britain, France, Hungary, Spain the satisfaction was higher than the quality.


I guess some crossover can't be avoided, but it's also a reflection of Renault benefitting from McLaren mistakes rather than seizing wins via head-to-head contests. Not Renault's fault of course, nor that McLaren's obvious superiority forced Renault into the unglamourous role of protecting a large points lead, rather than attempting to dominate the season with more aggressive strategies.

#8 TT6

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 12:59

The voting systems reward the drivers that face unreliability problems. I guess it's a sympathy thing: people tend to feel a driver is robbed when his engine explodes for example and give credit here.

That explains part of Räikkönen's succes.

#9 TT6

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 13:06

What comes to quality of the season I think the averages give too pessimistic view over the whole season even if we'd exclude US GP.

I have an impression we had more good or great races this season than usually.
Bahrain, San Marino, Monaco,Turkey, Belgium and Japan got around and over 7 and Canada and Italy over 6,5. The summer had a string of boring races, thou.

Also after a good race a bad one seems like a very bad one.

#10 Apex

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 20:13

How about a grand finale, where we get to rate the season as a whole?

#11 race addicted

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Posted 12 March 2006 - 17:35

Oi, Makarias! Are you not going to do hold a voting championship this year? I wanna give out some points to Rosberg and Räikkönen!! :)