In percentage terms among the top seven squads in the 2020 constructors' championship (the regular points scorers), the balance between Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas was 35.73% from [of]? the world champion's final total of 347. This of course doesn't show the potential points Bottas lost to poor fortune last year, and Hamilton missed the chance to add to his haul with his Sakhir Grand Prix absence after contracting COVID-19. But it still adds up to the smallest gap between team-mates last year (McLaren's Carlos Sainz Jr and Lando Norris were closest on 7.62%, while Ferrari had the biggest gap - 66.33 [%, or percentage points]?between Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel).
Between embarrassingly poor English and woeful Maths, you've managed (again) to get me to pay to suffer a headache.
Who is supposed to be editing this?
Obviously, it's an atrocious mash of sentences, however what on Earth was the part in purple supposed to mean? Was it the smallest gap or wasn't it? It hardly looks like it from the parentheses.
And I whilst I'd like this to be legible, my aim is to alert you to the problem - do remember I'm paying you to read this, not the other way around.
Edited by Calorus, 05 March 2021 - 10:49.