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#1 Makarias

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Posted 17 March 2002 - 18:58

The standings after the Malaysian GP:

(position/name/total score/score for this round)
1) Alapan 52 26
2) Apex 51 26
= BrundleBud 51 26
= frogbeef 51 26
= gerry nassar 51 26
= LeTurc 51 26
= Nomad 51 26
= Pets22 51 25
9) AD 50 26
= Bjorn 50 26
= control 50 26
= dortiz 50 26
= EddieJF1 50 25
= fisichella_2001 50 26
= FordFan 50 26
= Gumby 50 26
= Mellon 50 26
= Pascal 50 26
= The Sleeper 50 26
= TT6 50 26
= Turbo 50 26
= WillieF1 50 26
23) Debsjc 49 26
= garth_b 49 25
= lukywill 49 26
= Nasty McBastard 49 26
= Nikolas Garth 49 26
= Rosco 49 26
= smarty 49 26
= Steve Williams 49 25
31) CaptnMark 48 26
= Dunder 48 26
= fifi 48 24
= Grano 48 26
= Jimmino 48 25
= LB 48 24
= Makarias 48 26
= miniman 48 25
39) MONTOYASPEED 47 26
40) coyoteBR 46 26
= Hurricane 46 26
= mach4 46 26
43) Jaybee 45 24
= mikabest 45 23
= Pioneer 45 25
= Ric Bol 45 24

Score for the average contribution: 50 points; 26 points in Malaysia.

After the surprising season opener we're back to a much more normal round. A few points were missed from Button and Massa, that's all.


Drivers' listings

Explanations for what these lists mean can be found at http://www.atlasf1.c...&threadid=37436

-The surprising drivers list:

Current standings:

Webber			50.0 %

Irvine			30.0 %

Salo			  20.0 %

R Schumacher	  13.2 %

Button			13.0 %

Montoya		   11.9 %

M Schumacher	   8.4 %

Heidfeld		   5.1 %

Massa			  5.0 %

Räikkönen		  4.3 %

All other drivers	0 %
-The expectations fulfillment list:

Current standings:

Webber			 575.0 %

Salo				85.2 %

Irvine			  78.0 %

Button			  37.1 %

Massa			   22.0 %

R Schumacher		19.4 %

Montoya			 18.0 %

M Schumacher		15.4 %

Heidfeld			14.0 %

Räikkönen			9.6 %

All other drivers	  0 %

-How many participants each driver has surprised so far:

Current standings:

Webber			44

Salo			  18

Irvine			14

Massa			  9

Button			 5

All other drivers  0


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#2 gerry nassar

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Posted 19 March 2002 - 12:30

2nd!!! :clap:

Thanks! :up:

#3 Pioneer

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Posted 19 March 2002 - 13:22

To be fair, the standings are gonna be pretty meaningless till at least 10 races into the season when the heavyweights start to approach peoples expectations.

#4 Ric Bol

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Posted 19 March 2002 - 23:10

The last will be the first :mad:

#5 Makarias

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Posted 20 March 2002 - 00:33

Quite right, Pioneer. The biggest differences usually come in the last few races. Though it might be a bit disturbing to start missing points early on, especially from drivers that seem able to score quite well in the future too, like Button and Massa I guess. The Toyota drivers seem strong too, but they won't make much of a difference, since no participant placed any big amounts on them.