2014 F1 season
This year’s championship battle between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg looks set to go the full 19 rounds.
The points margin between the two narrowed to just four after Hamilton’s fifth win of the season at Silverstone.
Who will prevail in the fight for the 2014 drivers’ championship title? And how significant could the controversial new double points finale prove in the final reckoning?
To keep track of how the championship battle could unfold with the revised points system, F1 Fanatic has a new points calculator to help work out how the title could be decided.
Simply enter results for any of this year’s races and it will work out how the championship table will be altered. In the event of a tie on points between two drivers it will follow the FIA rules and rank them according to which driver has the most wins, second places and so on.
You can find the F1 Fanatic Points Calculator via the link below and also in the Info menu:
Note that on smaller screen sizes you are only given the option to enter scores for future races. If you experience any problems with the F1 Fanatic Points Calculator please see here:
Please share your findings from the F1 Fanatic Points Calculator and any suggestions for further development of the tool in the comments.
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