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#1 Makarias

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Posted 04 December 2013 - 13:22

Results of the Brazil voting

Pos Name                  3p  2p  1p  Tot Pts
 1  Jenson Button          1   5   1   14  25
 2  Fernando Alonso        0   7   0   14  18
 3  Sebastian Vettel       2   4   0   14  15
 4  Mark Webber            0   2   5    9  12
 5  Sergio Perez           0   1   5    7  10
 6  Nico Hülkenberg        0   0   6    6   8
 7  Daniel Ricciardo       0   0   5    5   6
 8  Felipe Massa           0   0   4    4   4
 9  Nico Rosberg           0   0   4    4   2
10  Jules Bianchi          0   0   1    1   1
11  Lewis Hamilton         0   0   1    1    

Places 1-3 decided by number of votes and reversed WCC order, places 8-9 and 10-11 decided by reversed WCC order.

* Jenson Button's 22nd ever win.
* Fernado Alonso's 84th and Sebastian Vettel's 56th podium finish.
* First win of the season for Button and McLaren. Their latest previous win was Brazil 2012.
* First double points finish in 2013 for McLaren. They had ten in 2012.
* Mark Webber's F1 career ends with a 15 race points finishing streak.

The entries

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

Voting Championship 2013 standings:

Pos Name                   Pts AUS MAL CHN BAH ESP MON CAN GBR GER HUN BEL ITA SIN KOR JAP IND ABU USA BRA : Win Pod Pnt : Q1  Q2  Q3  Q4
1)  Sebastian Vettel       319   4   5   5   1   7   3   1   4   2   6   1   2   1   4   2   1   1   3   3 :  6  12  19  : 63  78  98  80
2)  Fernando Alonso        207   2       1   8   1  11   3   5   5   8   2   3   3   9   5       6   5   2 :  2   8  16  : 72  39  60  36
3)  Lewis Hamilton         169   7   4   4   6  14   5   4   1   4   1   3   6   7   5               6  11 :  2   3  14  : 38  84  39   8  
4)  Kimi Räikkönen         161   1  13   2   4   2   6   9   9   3   2       7   2   2  10  11             :  1   7  13  : 73  45  43   0
5)  Romain Grosjean        156       8       7                   1   4       9   4   3   1   2   4   1     :  3   5  11  : 10  37  54  55
6)  Mark Webber            140       1           9   7   7   2   7   5   8   4  10  10   3   6   5   8   4 :  1   3  16  : 27  46  33  34
7)  Nico Rosberg           139   8   2       5   3   1       3           5  11   5  11       3   3       9 :  1   6  11  : 47  40  20  32
8)  Jenson Button          103  12   3   6  12  11               6   3   4       6   6   8               1 :  1   3   9  : 23  23  32  25
9)  Nico Hülkenberg        102       9   7                  10   8           1   9   1   4  10   8   4   6 :  2   2  12  :  8   5  64  25
10) Paul di Resta           70  10       8   2   6   9   6   8          10      12           7   2         :  0   2  10  : 31  14   1  24
11) Daniel Ricciardo        64           3       5           6  10       7   5       8       8           7 :  0   1   9  : 25   9  20  10
12) Felipe Massa            52   5   7           4          14               8  11           5   7       8 :  0   0   7  : 28   0   4  20
13) Sergio Perez            46      14       3  12  10      13                               4   9   7   5 :  0   1   6  : 15   1   0  30
14) Adrian Sutil            44   3  12      10  13   2       7           9                   9  12         :  0   2   6  : 16  24   2   2
15) Jean-Eric Vergne        34   9  10               4   2  12              10                             :  0   1   5  :  3  30   1   0
16) Valtteri Bottas         31  11  11  10               5                               9      11   2     :  0   1   4  :  1  10   2  18
17) Giedo van der Garde     21                  10   8               9   6       8                   9     :  0   0   6  :  1   6  12   2
18) Jules Bianchi           20   6   6   9                                                          10  10 :  0   0   5  : 18   0   0   2
19) Pastor Maldonado        15              11              11   9   7               7          10         :  0   0   4  :  0   8   6   1
20) Esteban Gutierrez       12                   8                                       6                 :  0   0   2  :  4   0   8   0
21) Max Chilton              6                                                           7                 :  0   0   1  :  0   0   6   0
=   Charles Pic              6               9           8                                                 :  0   0   2  :  2   4   0   0
23) Heikki Kovalainen        0                                                                      11     :  0   0   0  :  -   -   -   0

Congratulations to Sebastian Vettel, four titles in a row! :up:
Fernando misses out on yet another title, at least it wasn't even close this time. Positive twist, that.
Q1-Q4 are season scores divided into four quarters, races distributed 5-5-5-4.


Voting Championship 2013 WCC:

Pos Team        Pts  DV12  DR13
1)  Red Bull    459  +106  -137
2)  Lotus       317  + 45  +  2
3)  Mercedes    308  +217  - 52
4)  Ferrari     259  - 91  - 95
5)  McLaren     149  -224  + 27
6)  Sauber      114  - 40  + 57
7)  Force India 114  - 39  + 37
8)  Toro Rosso   98  + 35  + 65
9)  Williams     46  - 83  + 41
10) Caterham     27  - 24  + 27
11) Marussia     26  +  6  + 26

*The "DV12" column shows the points difference to the 2012 Voting. Note that 2012 had one more voting than 2013.
*The "DR13" column shows the points difference to the 2013 F1 WCC.
Massive improvement from Mercedes, massive drop for McLaren. Sauber beats Force India with 2-0 in wins.

Results of Rate the Race

Quality of racing: 6.29 average
Vote breakdown:
10  0
9   0
8   0
7   2 ##
6   5 #####
5   0
4   0
3   0
2   0
1   0
0   0

Satisfaction with results: 5.50 average
Vote breakdown:
10  0
9   0
8   0
7   0
6   3 ###
5   3 ###
4   0
3   0
2   0
1   0
0   0

Average quality, below average satisfaction.
 

2013 ratings:
GP          Quality   Satisfaction
Australia   6.86      7.75
Malaysia    7.21      4.92
China       6.67      6.70
Bahrain     7.50      6.29
Spain       5.57      6.40
Monaco      6.10      5.75
Canada      5.78      4.29
Britain     5.10      6.25
Germany     6.75      6.17
Hungary     7.38      7.50
Belgium     6.00      4.80
Italy       5.88      5.20
Singapore   5.80      5.00
Korea       6.90      6.38
Japan       6.70      5.29
India       6.22      5.43
Abu Dhabi   5.63      4.67
USA         5.29      4.50
Brazil      6.29      5.50

Average Q&S per season
           #   Qual   Satis
2002      17   5.83   5.86
2003      16   6.36   6.42
2004      18   5.71   5.82
2005      19   5.87   5.76
2006      18   5.66   5.58
2007      17   5.80   6.10
2008      18   6.33   5.62
2009      17   5.99   6.41
2010      19   6.45   6.01
2011      19   6.93   6.27
2012      20   6.98   6.57
2013      19   6.30   5.73

Quality is lower than the previous three years, but still OK. Satisfaction third worst ever.

Overall stats for voting and rating might come up during the off-season, who knows!

Thank you for participating in the 2013 Voting Chamionship! Enjoy the winter break and welcome back again in 2014!

 



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#2 Wander

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Posted 05 December 2013 - 02:15

Lol, Bahrain and Hungary the two best races of the season. Who would've predicted that!

 

Let's put it this way. If not for Seb's dominance, I seriously think this could've been a very good season. As it is, it had good moments, but the tension just wasn't there with no championship fight to talk about and the things that went on with the tyres also acted as a bit of a distraction.


Edited by Wander, 05 December 2013 - 02:16.