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#1 Makarias

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 00:19

Results of the Brazil voting

Pos Name				   3p  2p  1p  Tot Pts

 1  Nico Rosberg		   12   6   1   49  [b]10[/b]

 2  Felipe Massa			7  10   1   42   [b]8[/b]

 3  Kimi Räikkönen		  4  12   3   39   [b]6[/b]

 4  Robert Kubica		   0   3  13   19   [b]5[/b]

 5  Mark Webber			 0   0   8	8   [b]4[/b]

 6  Lewis Hamilton		  0   1   5	7   [b]3[/b]

 7  Kazuki Nakajima		 0   2   2	6   [b]2[/b]

 8  Jarno Trulli			0   0   6	6   [b]1[/b]

 9  Nick Heidfeld		   0   0   5	5		   

10  Fernando Alonso		 0   0   5	5
Places 7-8 decided by number of 2 point votes, places 9-10 decided by reversed race result.

* Nico Rosberg's first ever win!
* Felipe Massa's 15th and Kimi Räikkönen's 50th podium finish.
* First ever points for Kazuki Nakajima!
* Williams' best points tally since Monaco 2005, where Heidfeld and Webber scored a 2-3 result for 14 points.

The entries

Votes that didn't comply with the voting system:
None.

Voting Championship 2007 results:

Pos Name				   Pts AUS MAL BAH SPA MON CAN USA FRA GBR GER HUN TUR ITA BEL JPN CHN BRA			

1)  Kimi Räikkönen		  96   1   5   8	  10	   4   1   1   4   1   3   5   1   4   1   3			

2)  Lewis Hamilton		  88   2   2   3   2   2   1   1   6   6   9   5   6   2  13   3  10   6			

3)  Fernando Alonso		 74   3   1		   1  11   3   7   2   1   7   7   1   5	   5  10			

4)  Felipe Massa			63   7   9   4   1   7  10   6   2   3   3	   1	   6  11   9   2			

5)  Nico Rosberg			55   4   3   9   5	   7   5	   9	   4   4   3   2		   1			

6)  Nick Heidfeld		   47   5   4   1   9  11   2  12   5  10	   2   5   7   7		   9			

7)  Heikki Kovalainen	   41			   6	   5   2   9   5   7   8   2   8  10   1					

8)  Mark Webber			 31   8	   7		   6  10		   2			   4   2	   5			

9)  Robert Kubica		   30   9		   7   5   9	   3   4	   6	   6   9   9   7   4			

10) David Coulthard		 20  13	   2   3					   8	  11		   7   6				

11) Jenson Button		   16							   4			   9   4	  10   3				

12) Takuma Sato			 15   6		   4	   3							   8						

=   Alexander Wurz		  15	   6		   6   4			   5										

14) Sebastian Vettel		12						   9					   9	   5   2				

15) Adrian Sutil			11				   8	   8			   9		   3   6					

16) Giancarlo Fisichella	 9  12   7		   3	  11   8						  12					

=   Ralf Schumacher		  9  14							   7	   3		  12	   8				

=   Jarno Trulli			 9	   8   5   8		   7				  10  10			   8			

19) Vitantonio Liuzzi		6				   9								  11   8   4				

20) Scott Speed			  5				   4															

21) Anthony Davidson		 4  10	   6			  13			  10   8								

22) Markus Winkelhock		3									   6										

23) Kazuki Nakajima		  2																   7			

=   Rubens Barrichello	   2  11				   8		   8	  11									

25) Christijan Albers		0																				

=   Sakon Yamamoto		   0
Kimi Räikkönen wins his third Voting Championship title, having won the 2003 and 2005 titles too. Congrats!
Note that Drivers on equal points are ordered by their best results in the table, so Sato is actually ahead of Wurz, for

example. Albers and Yamamoto however are equal, I'm afraid.

Voting Championship 2007 WCC:

Pos Team		Pts

1)  McLaren	 162

2)  Ferrari	 159 

3)  BMW Sauber   77

4)  Williams	 72

5)  Red Bull	 51

6)  Renault	  50

7)  Toro Rosso   23

8)  Super Aguri  19

9)  Honda		18

=   Toyota	   18

11) Spyker	   14

Results of Rate the Race

[B]Quality of racing: 7.95 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  4 ####

9   4 ####

8   2 ##

7   7 #######

6   1 #

5   0 

4   1 #

3   0 

2   0 

1   0 

0   0 



[B]Satisfaction with results: 9.35 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10 13 #############

9   1 #

8   2 ##

7   0 

6   0 

5   0 

4   1 #

3   0 

2   0 

1   0 

0   0
* Quality is one of the highest ever, but Satisfaction is THE highest ever by a landslide: previous record was a mere 8.57

Satisfaction for the 2007 Chinese GP!


2007 ratings: 

GP		  Quality   Satisfaction

Australia   5.07	  6.88

Malaysia	5.43	  5.55

Bahrain	 6.44	  6.25

Spain	   4.83	  4.81

Monaco	  3.20	  4.22

Canada	  5.57	  4.89

USA		 6.06	  4.40

France	  6.28	  7.53

Britain	 6.47	  7.62

Germany	 7.15	  5.36

Hungary	 4.15	  4.50

Turkey	  3.77	  6.09

Italy	   5.60	  5.38

Belgium	 5.76	  7.33

Japan	   6.78	  4.94

China	   8.07	  8.57

Brazil	  7.95	  9.35
Still quite a strong correlation between Satisfaction and Kimi winning, innit...
The ratings were pretty meh for the first part of the season, but they picked up quite a bit at the end, with two super

scoring final rounds.
It's time for me to come up with some update on how the ratings have been since they were introduced in 2002. I'll come up

with a rather big post at some point in the off-season, but it may take a while...

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#2 gerry nassar

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 04:31

Great work Mak. :up:

Really enjoy this Voting championship. Funnily often think about who i'll vote for while watching the race :lol:

And KIMI :clap: :clap: :clap:

#3 D82

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 07:58

Thanks Makarias. Great work as always :up:

#4 sek

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 17:10

Thanks a lot Makarias! :up:

This is for sure one of the most intresting threads here at bets and games so keep it up! :cool:

#5 Alapan

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Posted 31 October 2007 - 14:45

Great work Makarias :clap:

#6 race addicted

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Posted 01 November 2007 - 12:25

Thanks!

This is a nice and fair top ten performers 2007-list.

#7 Big Block 8

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Posted 01 November 2007 - 13:32

Great job! :up:

Thanks for the effort.

#8 SkorbiF1

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Posted 01 November 2007 - 14:43

Very nice. And congratz to Kimi for his third title.
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