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Old 10-29-2004, 02:21 AM
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1. Michael Schumacher
=2. Jenson Button
=2. Rubens Barichello
4. Kimi Raikkonen
5. Giancarlo Fisichella
6. Ralf Schumacher
7. Mark Webber
8. David Coulthard
9. Jarno Trulli
10. Juan Pablo Montoya

1. Ferrari
2. BAR
3. McLaren
4. Renault
5. Williams
6. Sauber
7. Jaguar
8. Jordan
9. Toyota
10. Minardi
Given his final round performance, i think Montoya deserves to be lifted above AT LEAST Trulli, maybe even Coulthard, but i cant bring myself to take Webber's 7th spot. Maybe its my personal bias towards him (Webber), maybe its that i thought Montoya didnt give it his all year round like Webber did, Webber did afterall keep Pizzonia behind him in Pizzonia's first race for deputising Ralf this year in the inferior car
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Old 10-29-2004, 05:34 AM
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So, is Montoya now 8th or 9th on your list? It will affect the final ratings...
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Old 10-29-2004, 05:38 AM
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ah...sorry, i shouldve cleared that up. he's now 8th
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Old 10-29-2004, 11:31 AM
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Old 11-01-2004, 04:36 AM
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OK, I said I'd post the results today - so here they are:

So far seven people have submitted their lists. The maximum number of points allocated was therefore 70. Thirteen drivers were rated on those lists. The results so far follow:

1. Michael Schumacher 70/70
2. Rubens Barrichello 59/70
3. Jenson Button 58/70
4. Kimi Raikkonen 50/70
5. Fernando Alonso 36/70
6. Juan Pablo Montoya 26/70
7. Mark Webber 21/70
8. Giancarlo Fisichella 20/70
9. Jarno Trulli 18/70
10. Ralf Schumacher 12/70.

That's the top ten. Other drivers to rate were
11. Takuma Sato 9/70
12. David Coulthard 6/70
13. Felipe Massa 1/70

Teams. Only six people rated the teams. Results are:
1. Ferrari 60/60
2. BAR 53/60
3. Renault 45/60
4. McLaren 44/60
5. Williams 39/60
6. Sauber 29/60
7. Jaguar 23/60
8. Jordan 16/60
9. Toyota 15/60
10. Minardi 7/60.

Interesting results. Interesting to note that the only drivers to score points from all seven people who rated were M. Schumacher, Barrichello, Button, Raikkonen and Montoya.
Of the top ten: FPV didn't rate Alonso. more-boost1555 didn't rate Webber. Slick didn't rate Trulli.
Sato wasn't rated by FPV, Slick or Homem de Gelo. r1ckst4 was the only one not to rate Fisichella.
Only three people rated Coulthard, while Ralf made the top 10 despite receiving votes from only three people. Massa got a solitary mention.

So, there you have it. Perhaps the only real surprise is that Raikkonen is not in the top 3. Certainly, I note that atlasf1.com. is rating Raikkonen much higher than 4th.

Anyway, I anyone else wants to submit their review of the season, feel free. I'll continue to add up the scores.
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Old 11-01-2004, 04:46 AM
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sorry, missed this thread completely.
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Old 11-01-2004, 02:49 PM
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haha...cool

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OK, I said I'd post the results today - so here they are:

So far seven people have submitted their lists. The maximum number of points allocated was therefore 70. Thirteen drivers were rated on those lists. The results so far follow:

1. Michael Schumacher 70/70
2. Rubens Barrichello 59/70
3. Jenson Button 58/70
4. Kimi Raikkonen 50/70
5. Fernando Alonso 36/70
6. Juan Pablo Montoya 26/70
7. Mark Webber 21/70
8. Giancarlo Fisichella 20/70
9. Jarno Trulli 18/70
10. Ralf Schumacher 12/70.

That's the top ten. Other drivers to rate were
11. Takuma Sato 9/70
12. David Coulthard 6/70
13. Felipe Massa 1/70

Teams. Only six people rated the teams. Results are:
1. Ferrari 60/60
2. BAR 53/60
3. Renault 45/60
4. McLaren 44/60
5. Williams 39/60
6. Sauber 29/60
7. Jaguar 23/60
8. Jordan 16/60
9. Toyota 15/60
10. Minardi 7/60.

Interesting results. Interesting to note that the only drivers to score points from all seven people who rated were M. Schumacher, Barrichello, Button, Raikkonen and Montoya.
Of the top ten: FPV didn't rate Alonso. more-boost1555 didn't rate Webber. Slick didn't rate Trulli.
Sato wasn't rated by FPV, Slick or Homem de Gelo. r1ckst4 was the only one not to rate Fisichella.
Only three people rated Coulthard, while Ralf made the top 10 despite receiving votes from only three people. Massa got a solitary mention.

So, there you have it. Perhaps the only real surprise is that Raikkonen is not in the top 3. Certainly, I note that atlasf1.com. is rating Raikkonen much higher than 4th.

Anyway, I anyone else wants to submit their review of the season, feel free. I'll continue to add up the scores.
This was a pretty interesting thread, I wish more people would have participated. Webber...I don't get what everyone sees in him, but perhaps he'll show me in 2005.
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Well i guess how consistently he was taking a bottom 10 car into the top 10 is a bit of an indication. but yeah now hes in the williams he'll have his chance
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I know this is late but I thought I'd post it anyways

1. M. Schumacher - another superb year
2. R. Barrichello - cast in the shadow of his teamate but an excellent driver indeed
3. Button/Raikkonen - Button had the better year, and showed he is a great driver, but Raikkonen has a huge amount of talent and I believe he is the only driver that can compete with M.S.
4. Alonso - he had many solid performances this year.
5. Sato - showed signs of greatness throughout the year (that start at Monaco was great), but suffered from bad reliability, and his own dumb rookie mistakes.
6. Montoya - a pretty dull year for him but he did get the win at Brazil, but I still believe he is a good performer, him at McLaren next year will be interesting.
7.Fisichella - did very well this year in the Sauber, and should do pretty good next year at Renault.
8. R. Schumacher - he had some good drives once he got back in the car.
9. Webber - suffered from another horrible Jaguar, but showed a good bit of talent, should do well at Williams next year.
10. Trulli - good start to the season and a mediocre finish, did pretty well in the Toyota too. Great race at Monaco, and that battle with Button at the end was great to watch.

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Anyone else that wants to put in their review, feel free to do so. I'll do another tally up of the results in a couple of weeks time.
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