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#1 Makarias

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Posted 08 October 2002 - 13:46

Results of the USA voting

1)  David Coulthard	   (9*2 +  5*1 = 23) [b]10 points[/b] 

2)  Jacques Villeneuve	(5*2 +  8*1 = 18)  [b]6 points[/b]

3)  Jarno Trulli		  (0*2 + 11*1 = 11)  [b]4 points[/b]

4)  Michael Schumacher	(0*2 +  3*1 =  3)  [b]3 points[/b]

5)  Mark Webber		   (0*2 +  3*1 =  3)  [b]2 points[/b]

6)  Rubens Barrichello	(1*2 +  0*1 =  2)  [b]1 point[/b]

7)  Juan Pablo Montoya	(1*2 +  0*1 =  2)

8)  Giancarlo Fisichella  (0*2 +  1*1 =  1)

9)  Takuma Sato		   (0*2 +  1*1 =  1)

Places 4-5, 6-7 and 8-9 decided by race result.

The individual votes can be found at the voting thread:
http://www.atlasf1.c...&threadid=48654

Votes that didn't comply with the 2-1-1 points system:
None.

Voting Championship standings:

1)  Michael Schumacher	83 points

2)  Rubens Barrichello	47

3)  Juan Pablo Montoya	37

4)  Kimi Räikkönen		35 

5)  David Coulthard	   33

6)  Jenson Button		 28 

7)  Giancarlo Fisichella  20

=   Heinz-Harald Frentzen 20 

9)  Ralf Schumacher	   18

=   Jacques Villeneuve	18

11) Eddie Irvine		  16 

12) Jarno Trulli		  15

13) Felipe Massa		  13

14) Mark Webber		   12

15) Nick Heidfeld		  9

16) Mika Salo			  4

17) Enrique Bernoldi	   3 

=   Olivier Panis		  3

19) Takuma Sato			1

=   Alex Yoong			 1
Barrichello has now secured second place in the championship, even if JPM would win in Japan.

Results of Rate the Race

[B]Quality of racing: 5.06 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0 

9   0 

8   0 

7   3 ###

6   3 ###

5   5 ##### 

4   2 ##

3   3 ###

2   0 

1   0 

0   0 



[B]Satisfaction with results: 4.73 average[/B]

Vote breakdown:

10  0 

9   0 

8   3 ###

7   1 #

6   1 #

5   2 ##

4   3 ###

3   4 ####

2   0 

1   0 

0   1 #
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.
Austria averages were 6.53 and 1.90 respectively.
Monaco averages were 7.14 and 7.26 respectively.
Canada averages were 6.54 and 6.00 respectively.
Europe averages were 7.04 and 6.87 respectively.
Britain averages were 8.74 and 7.26 respectively.
France averages were 7.13 and 6.70 respectively.
Germany averages were 6.12 and 5.81 respectively.
Belgium averages were 5.41 and 6.19 respectively.
Italy averages were 5.91 and 5.86 respectively.

The blacklist

Still on the blacklist for the GP of Japan:

-Sammyed and
-SeanValen

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#2 MrAerodynamicist

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Posted 12 October 2002 - 20:43

Originally posted by Makarias
[b]Results of the USA voting[code=auto:0]Places 4-5, 6-7 and 8-9 decided by race result.

Can I make a suggestion for next year? Decide placing one reverse race results instead. Voting is normally skewed towards the winners. Hence if somebody finishes low down has probabily had to do more to earn votes than somebody with the better car who can get on to the podium.

#3 Makarias

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Posted 14 October 2002 - 01:26

Well since you made up that rule in the first place, I have no problems whatsoever with that suggestion! :)
(I think the suggestion is excellent btw)