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Voting Championship 2018 results for Abu Dhabi and final standings


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#1 Makarias

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Posted 19 December 2018 - 20:00

Results of the Abu Dhabi voting

Pos Name                3p  2p  1p  Tot Pts
 1  Lewis Hamilton       6   0   0   18  25
 2  Carlos Sainz         2   4   0   14  18
 3  Sebastian Vettel     0   4   2   10  15
 4  Max Verstappen       0   3   3    9  12
 5  Charles Leclerc      0   3   1    7  10
 6  Daniel Ricciardo     0   1   4    6   8
 7  Sergio Perez         0   0   3    3   6
 8  Marcus Ericsson      0   0   2    2   4
 9  Fernando Alonso      0   0   1    1   2
10  Stoffel Vandoorne    0   0   1    1   1
11  Romain Grosjean      0   0   1    1    
Places 9-11 decided by reversed WCC order and race result.

* Lewis Hamilton's 47th ever win.
* Carlos Sainz' 10th and Sebastian Vettel's 96th podium finish.
* Fernando Alonso breaks a five race voteless streak.

The entries

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

Voting Championship 2018 final standings:
Pos Name                   Pts  OZ BAH CHN AZE ESP MON CAN FRA AUT  GB GER HUN BEL ITA SIN RUS JAP USA MEX BRA ABU : Win Pod Pnt : Q1  Q2  Q3  Q4
1)  Lewis Hamilton         289   1   8       8   1   5       2  12   2   1   2   4   1   2   5   1   4       3   1 :  6  11  17  : 58  46  98  87
2)  Max Verstappen         285           7       3   9   2   1   1   6   8   9   2   5   1   1   3   1   1   1   4 :  7  11  18  : 21  78  59 127
3)  Sebastian Vettel       211   5   2   5   5   8   4   1       7   1  10   4   1  12   5   7       8   2       3 :  3   6  17  : 52  68  48  43
4)  Charles Leclerc        144   8           1   4       3   4  11   7                   4   2   7       4   4   5 :  1   3  12  : 41  33  12  58
5)  Daniel Ricciardo       137   7       1   9       1   8   7               3                   2       5   2   6 :  2   5  11  : 33  35  15  54
6)  Kimi Räikkönen         124   4       6  10               5   3   5   4   6       2       9       2       5     :  0   3  12  : 21  35  38  30
7)  Fernando Alonso        102   3   7   4   7   5   7   7       4   4       5           3                       9 :  0   2  12  : 39  36  25   2
8)  Nico Hülkenberg         99   9   6   3           6   5           3   2                           3   6         :  0   4   9  : 25  33  18  23
9)  Valtteri Bottas         98       5   2   4   7       4      10   9   3          10   9   3  11           8     :  0   3  12  : 46  15  18  19
10) Carlos Sainz            88               3   6   8       3                       8   6       9   5   8       2 :  0   3  10  : 23  19  12  34
11) Pierre Gasly            81       1               3                       1   8               5       9         :  2   3   6  : 25  15  29  12
12) Kevin Magnussen         78   2   4   9       2           6   9           7               4                     :  0   2   8  : 50  10   6  12
13) Esteban Ocon            74                       2   6       8   8   9       5   4       6       6             :  0   1   9  :  0  34  24  16
14) Sergio Perez            73  10           2                   6       7       3   7           4      10       7 :  0   2   9  : 19   8  27  19
15) Romain Grosjean         71   6                      10       2       6       6   6   8       6           6  11 :  0   1   9  :  8  19  28  16
16) Marcus Ericsson         63       3          10  10           5       5       7           8           7   7   8 :  0   1  10  : 16  11  16  20
17) Lance Stroll            31           8   6   9       9                           3                             :  0   1   5  : 14   2  15   0
18) Stoffel Vandoorne       26       9                       8               8      11                   3      10 :  0   1   5  :  2   4   4  16
19) Brendon Hartley         10              11                                                   8   7             :  0   0   2  :  0   0   0  10
20) Sergey Sirotkin          9                      11                  11           9   7      10                 :  0   0   3  :  0   0   8   1
Congratulations Lewis Hamilton for his fourth Voting Championship title! :up:
The title was decided at the final voting of the season, where Hamilton retook the lead from Max verstappen.
Lewis previously won the 2008, 2014 and 2017 Voting Championships, and also finished second in 2010 on equal points with Sebastian Vettel but with fewer wins.
Six different winners is the lowest amount since 2005, when only five drivers got a win. Fond memories of Tiago Monteiro.
On the other hand 90% of the participating drivers scored a podium, which might be a new record.
Q1-Q4 are season scores divided into four quarters, races distributed 5-5-5-6.

Voting Championship 2018 WCC:
Pos Team        Pts  DV17  DR18
 1  Red Bull    422  + 67  +  3
 2  Mercedes    387  - 18  -268
 3  Ferrari     335  +- 0  -236
 4  Sauber      207  +121  +159
 5  Renault     187  + 44  + 66
 6  Haas        149  + 48  + 56
 7  Force India 147  - 64  + 36
 8  McLaren     128  - 29  + 66
 9  Toro Rosso   91  +  9  + 58
10  Williams     40  - 99  + 33
*The "DV17" column shows the points difference to the 2017 Voting.
*The "DR18" column shows the points difference to the 2018 F1 WCC.
2018 had 21 races, 2017 had 20.
Note: Force India here considered as one and the same team for the entire season.

Results of Rate the Race
Quality of racing: 6.60 average
Vote breakdown:
10  0
9   0
8   0
7   4 ####
6   0
5   1 #
4   0
3   0
2   0
1   0
0   0

Satisfaction with results: 4.75 average
Vote breakdown:
10  0
9   0
8   0
7   1 #
6   1 #
5   0
4   0
3   2 ##
2   0
1   0
0   0
Decent Quality, not a bad way to end the season.

2018 ratings:
GP          Quality   Satisfaction
Australia   5.00      5.43
Bahrain     8.00      6.14
China       7.75      5.71
Azerbaijan  8.75      4.29
Spain       3.56      3.50
Monaco      2.78      3.63
Canada      3.14      5.17
France      6.00      4.13
Austria     7.67      7.63
Britain     8.00      5.57
Germany     7.50      4.40
Hungary     5.00      3.50
Italy       7.88      4.29
Singapore   4.86      3.50
Russia      5.56      2.63
Japan       6.40      3.50
USA         8.00      7.50
Mexico      6.86      6.00
Brazil      8.00      4.60
Abu Dhabi   6.60      4.75

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
2014      19   6.53   5.85
2015      19   5.91   5.11
2016      21   6.32   5.02
2017      20   5.93   4.63
2018      21   6.37   4.79
The average Quality rating for 2018 is quite respectable. Satisfaction rebounds just a little from the dismal 2017 and is the second lowest ever.

We'll see if I can get around to a summary of Votings and Ratings before the beginning of next season, it's way overdue by now.

Thanks for this season! Have a nice Christmas or whatever you prefer to have, Happy New Year and see you again in 2019!