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#1 Makarias

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Posted 20 May 2002 - 19:02

Results of the Spain voting

1)  Rubens Barrichello   (29*2 +  3*1 = 61) [b]10 points[/b] 

2)  Giancarlo Fisichella  (1*2 + 30*1 = 32)  [b]6 points[/b]

3)  Jacques Villeneuve	(3*2 + 22*1 = 28)  [b]4 points[/b]

4)  Nick Heidfeld		 (0*2 +  5*1 =  5)  [b]3 points[/b]

5)  Heinz-Harald Frentzen (0*2 +  3*1 =  3)  [b]2 points[/b]

6)  Ralf Schumacher	   (0*2 +  1*1 =  1)  [b]1 point[/b]

7)  Allan McNish		  (0*2 +  1*1 =  1)

8)  Alex Yoong			(0*2 +  1*1 =  1)
Places 6-8 decided by race result.

The individual votes can be found at the voting thread:
http://www.atlasf1.c...&threadid=41714

Votes that didn't comply with the 2-1-1 points system:
Well, none...

Voting Championship standings:

1)  Michael Schumacher	38 points

2)  Jenson Button		 20 

3)  Rubens Barrichello	14

=   Juan Pablo Montoya	14

5)  Heinz-Harald Frentzen 12 

6)  Ralf Schumacher	   10 

7)  Giancarlo Fisichella   6

=   Nick Heidfeld		  6

=   Mark Webber			6

=   Jacques Villeneuve	 6

11) David Coulthard		5

12) Felipe Massa		   4

=   Kimi Räikkönen		 4 

=   Mika Salo			  4

15) Enrique Bernoldi	   3 

=   Jarno Trulli		   3 

17) Alex Yoong			 1
Results of Rate the Race

[B]Quality of racing: 6.53 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0

9   1 #

8   7 #######

7   9 #########

6   9 #########

5   5 ##### 

4   0 

3   0 

2   1 #

1   0 

0   0 



[B]Satisfaction with results: 1.90 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0 

9   3 ###

8   0 

7   1 #

6   0 

5   1 #

4   1 #

3   0 

2   3 ###

1  10 ##########

0  12 ############
Australia averages were 6.54 and 6.46 respectively.
Malaysia averages were 5.87 and 5.77 respectively.
Brazil averages were 6.57 and 5.80 respectively.
San Marino averages were 2.38 and 5.68 respectively.
Spain averages were 4.10 and 4.93 respectively.

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#2 coyoteBR

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Posted 21 May 2002 - 01:32

O-ho, It's hard to see a race (even Makarias' Voting C'ship ones) without Michael Schumacher in points. The fight for the 3rd´place is great, Rubens, Montoya, HHF and Ralf. A surprising Button, even without points this race, is holding a good distance from then. Will they catch up? And the Sauber boys, will shine at Monaco?

I hate to say, but this here c'ship is almost more interesting than the real own. :up:

#3 fisichella_2001

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Posted 21 May 2002 - 20:59

Good to see Fisi has scored points for the first time, both in this championship and the real one. That must be a first, Schumi getting no votes at all despite winning the race! I'm also surprised to see the satisfaction with results mark so low, Ferrari still got a 1-2, Schumi fans ought to have been pleased with his extension of the championship lead, and there were plenty of good results for non-Ferrari fans, e.g. Montoya on the podium, Jordan getting points. Some people are never pleased ;) .

#4 Makarias

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Posted 21 May 2002 - 22:54

I'll check later if it's the first ever race where the race winner didn't get a single vote.

Fisichella was actually the very last driver to get his first votes of the year! Since I know how highly rated Fisi is on this BB I can only conclude that it's quite clear that this series is quite a lot material- dependent too :
I wonder how low the satisfaction rating would have been if Fisichella hadn't scored any points...