Jump to content


Photo
- - - - -

Formula 1.5 / Formula 1B / Best of the Rest


  • Please log in to reply
8 replies to this topic

#1 F1Frog

F1Frog
  • Member

  • 204 posts
  • Joined: August 21

Posted 24 September 2022 - 16:10

The championship standings without Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull. The history (wins in brackets):

 

2017:

I cannot remember where I wrote this but will update when I find it.

 

 

 

2018:

1. Nico Hulkenberg 243 (6)

2. Carlos Sainz 235 (1)

3. Sergio Perez 229 (3)

4. Kevin Magnussen 203 (2)

5. Esteban Ocon 198 (2)

6. Charles Leclerc 174 (2)

7. Fernando Alonso 164 (2)

8. Romain Grosjean 149 (1)

9. Pierre Gasly 139 (2)

10. Marcus Ericsson 107

11. Stoffel Vandoorne 106

12. Brendon Hartley 71

13. Lance Stroll 64

14. Sergey Sirotkin 35

 

1. Renault 478 (7)

2. Force India/Racing Point 427 (5)

3. Haas 352 (3)

4. Sauber 281 (2)

5. McLaren 270 (2)

6. Toro Rosso 210 (2)

7. Williams 99

 

2019:

1. Carlos Sainz 294 (6)

2. Sergio Perez 244 (4)

3. Lando Norris 229 (3)

4. Daniel Ricciardo 208 (4)

5. Daniil Kvyat 179 (1)

6. Nico Hulkenberg 177

7. Kimi Raikkonen 174

8. Lance Stroll 139

9. Kevin Magnussen 110 (2)

10. Pierre Gasly 99 (1)

11. Alexander Albon 99

12. Antonio Giovinazzi 88

13. Romain Grosjean 69

14. George Russell 21

15. Robert Kubica 9

 

1. McLaren 523 (9)

2. Renault 385 (4)

3. Racing Point 383 (4)

4. Toro Rosso 377 (2)

5. Alfa Romeo 262

6. Haas 179 (2)

7. Williams 30

 

2020:

1. Daniel Ricciardo 256 (5)

2. Lando Norris 230 (4)

3. Sergio Perez 223 (3)

4. Carlos Sainz 198

5. Pierre Gasly 164 (2)

6. Lance Stroll 163 (3)

7. Esteban Ocon 147

8. Daniil Kvyat 118

9. Kimi Raikkonen 59

10. Antonio Giovinazzi 39

11. George Russell 29

12. Nico Hulkenberg 28

13. Kevin Magnussen 24

14. Romain Grosjean 23

15. Nicholas Latifi 21

 

1. McLaren 428 (4)

2. Renault 403 (5)

3. Racing Point 399  (6)

4. Alpha Tauri 282 (2)

5. Alfa Romeo 98

6. Williams 50

7. Haas 47

 

2021:

1. Lando Norris 388 (8)

2. Daniel Ricciardo 291 (4)

3. Pierre Gasly 276 (4)

4. Fernando Alonso 232 (1)

5. Esteban Ocon 218 (2)

6. Lance Stroll 177

7. Sebastian Vettel 161.5 (1)

8. Yuki Tsunoda 129.5 (1)

9. Kimi Raikkonen 105

10. Antonio Giovinazzi 97

11. George Russell 83.5 (1)

12. Nicholas Latifi 33

13. Mick Schumacher 9

14. Robert Kubica 3

15. Nikita Mazepin 1

 

1. McLaren 679 (12)

2. Alpine 450 (3)

3. Alpha Tauri 405.5 (5)

4. Aston Martin 338.5 (1)

5. Alfa Romeo 205

6. Williams 116.5 (1)

7. Haas 10

 

 

Total wins:

Lando Norris 15

Sergio Perez 14

Daniel Ricciardo 13

Carlos Sainz 10

Nico Hulkenberg 9

Pierre Gasly 9

Esteban Ocon 8

Kevin Magnussen 4

Lance Stroll 4

Fernando Alonso 4

Felipe Massa 3

Romain Grosjean 2

Charles Leclerc 2

Daniil Kvyat 1

Sebastian Vettel 1

Yuki Tsunoda 1

George Russell 1

 

McLaren 28

Racing Point 24

Renault 22

Toro Rosso 14

Haas 6

Williams 5

Alfa Romeo 2

 



Advertisement

#2 F1Frog

F1Frog
  • Member

  • 204 posts
  • Joined: August 21

Posted 24 September 2022 - 16:13

Results so far in 2022:

 

1. Lando Norris 261 (5)

2. Esteban Ocon 240 (3)

3. Fernando Alonso 210 (4)

4. Valtteri Bottas 164 (2)

5. Pierre Gasly 124 (1)

6. Sebastian Vettel 108

7. Lance Stroll 101

8. Daniel Ricciardo 96

9. Kevin Magnussen 87 (1)

10. Mick Schumacher 75

11. Alexander Albon 69

12. Zhou Guanyu 66

13. Yuki Tsunoda 60

14. Nyck de Vries 15

15. Nicholas Latifi 14

16. Nico Hulkenberg 8

 

1. Alpine 450 (7)

2. McLaren 357 (5)

3. Alfa Romeo 230 (2)

4. Aston Martin 217

5. Alpha Tauri 184 (1)

6. Haas 162 (1)

7. Williams 98



#3 pacificquay

pacificquay
  • Member

  • 5,367 posts
  • Joined: March 07

Posted 24 September 2022 - 16:59

Interesting stuff but obviously slightly difficult to apply retrospectively as people would have raced differently.



#4 Ruusperi

Ruusperi
  • Member

  • 1,568 posts
  • Joined: July 15

Posted 24 September 2022 - 17:30

Interesting stuff but obviously slightly difficult to apply retrospectively as people would have raced differently.

You have to think it as if Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull had been disqualified for some reason...always after the last race...each year. :p



#5 ARTGP

ARTGP
  • Member

  • 23,573 posts
  • Joined: March 19

Posted 24 September 2022 - 19:03

Why aren’t Mercedes included in this? They were basically midfield when the season started. Haas and Alfa were racing them hard in the first 2-3 GPs.

Edited by ARTGP, 24 September 2022 - 19:04.


#6 messy

messy
  • Member

  • 6,739 posts
  • Joined: October 15

Posted 24 September 2022 - 19:26

Why aren’t Mercedes included in this? They were basically midfield when the season started. Haas and Alfa were racing them hard in the first 2-3 GPs.


Because this is the one thing they can’t b***ard win!! God, don’t let them in here too!

#7 PayasYouRace

PayasYouRace
  • Racing Sims Forum Host

  • 38,053 posts
  • Joined: January 10

Posted 24 September 2022 - 20:11

Why aren’t Mercedes included in this? They were basically midfield when the season started. Haas and Alfa were racing them hard in the first 2-3 GPs.

 

And Ferrari should definitely be included in 2020, and they wouldn't even have won it.



#8 ARTGP

ARTGP
  • Member

  • 23,573 posts
  • Joined: March 19

Posted 24 September 2022 - 20:30

And Ferrari should definitely be included in 2020, and they wouldn't even have won it.


Good point. They should be listed in the 2021 midfield rankings also. Alpine and Mclaren even had more wins than Ferrari last year.

 

Its somewhat ambiguous to me now since I noticed that OP did say

 

"The championship standings without Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull. "

 

 

But the thread title seems to suggest something a bit different. It must be comforting/extremely valuable for Ferrari/Merc/RB to know that no matter how far they've fallen, they will never be perceived as  "the-rest". 


Edited by ARTGP, 24 September 2022 - 20:38.


#9 F1Frog

F1Frog
  • Member

  • 204 posts
  • Joined: August 21

Posted 24 September 2022 - 21:16

And Ferrari should definitely be included in 2020, and they wouldn't even have won it.

It is just to make it consistent between seasons. I calculated these rankings in 2017-19 and then didn't bother with 2020 or 2021 at the time because there wasn't an obvious midfield, but then went back and did them when it returned to Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull in 2022, just to keep it consistent.