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2012 championship, 2009 points

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  • #201733

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    ranking?

    #201734

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    Yeah, in front of each driver, so I don’t have to count, like 1st, 2nd 3rd…

    #201735

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    Canadian update

    Vettel – 35
    Alonso – 34
    Hamilton – 34
    Webber – 32
    Rosberg – 27
    Grosjean – 22
    Raikkonen – 21
    Button – 18
    Perez – 15
    Maldonado – 11
    Kobayashi – 7
    di Resta – 7
    Senna – 5
    Massa – 3
    Hulkenberg – 1
    Vergne – 1

    #201736

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    Interestingly under the old system things are a lot closer – Vettel and Hamilton, for example, are still within a win of Alonso. Vettel isn’t as of now in the 2012 standings

    Alonso – 44
    Webber – 37
    Vettel – 35
    Hamilton – 34
    Rosberg – 30
    Raikkonen – 29
    Grosjean – 22
    Button – 19
    Perez – 15
    Maldonado – 11
    di Resta – 9
    Kobayashi – 7
    Schumacher – 6
    Senna – 5
    Hulkenberg – 5
    Massa – 3
    Vergne – 1

    #201737

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    Post-Silverstone update

    Alonso – 52
    Webber – 47
    Vettel – 41
    Hamilton – 35
    Raikkonen – 33
    Rosberg – 30
    Grosjean – 25
    Button – 19
    Perez – 15
    Maldonado – 11
    di Resta – 9
    Schumacher – 8
    Massa – 8
    Kobayashi – 7
    Senna – 5
    Hulkenberg – 5
    Vergne – 1

    #201738

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    The old points system make it easier for me to understand how close the championship is. I’ve never really gotten used to the current system as it’s so different from any other system.

    #201739

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    After Germany 2012

    Alonso – 62
    Vettel – 49
    Webber – 48
    Raikkonen – 38
    Hamilton – 35
    Rosberg – 30
    Grosjean – 25
    Button – 25
    Perez – 18
    Maldonado – 11
    Kobayashi – 11
    Schumacher – 10
    di Resta – 9
    Massa – 8
    Senna – 5
    Hulkenberg – 5
    Vergne – 1

    #201740

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    Oohhh, Vetel’s ahead of Webber.

    #201741

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    Above was done pre-penalty. Will redo with the penalty in mind.

    #201742

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    After Germany (with penalty included)

    Alonso – 62
    Webber – 48
    Vettel – 45
    Raikkonen – 39
    Hamilton – 35
    Rosberg – 30
    Grosjean – 25
    Button – 27
    Perez – 18
    Kobayashi – 12
    Maldonado – 11
    Schumacher – 10
    di Resta – 9
    Massa – 8
    Senna – 5
    Hulkenberg – 5
    Vergne – 1

    #201743

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    Hungaroring update

    Alonso – 66
    Vettel – 50
    Webber – 49
    Raikkonen – 47
    Hamilton – 45
    Grosjean – 31
    Rosberg – 30
    Button – 30
    Perez – 18
    Kobayashi – 12
    Maldonado – 11
    Schumacher – 10
    di Resta – 9
    Massa – 8
    Senna – 7
    Hulkenberg – 5
    Vergne – 1

    #201744

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    @raymondu999 Interesting one! Thank you!

    #201745

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    I think most interesting is how Vettel is ahead of Webber, and Raikkonen ahead of Hamiton, despite Vettel only having 1 win, and Raikkonen having no wins to Hamilton’s/Webber’s 2

    #201746

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    Belgium – When the race ended, there were quite a few incidents under investigation. This tabulation takes the PROVISIONAL result right at the race end.

    Alonso – 66
    Vettel – 58
    Raikkonen – 53
    Webber – 52
    Hamilton – 45
    Button – 40
    Grosjean – 31
    Rosberg – 30
    Perez – 18
    Kobayashi – 12
    Schumacher – 12
    Massa – 12
    Maldonado – 11
    Hulkenberg – 10
    di Resta – 9
    Senna – 7
    Vergne – 2

    Most interesting is that Webber (who is in actual points 132, vs Raikkonen’s 131) has switched places with Raikkonen.

    #201747

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    Alonso – 72
    Vettel – 58
    Raikkonen – 57
    Hamilton – 55
    Webber – 52
    Button – 40
    Rosberg – 32
    Grosjean – 31
    Perez – 26
    Massa – 17
    Schumacher – 15
    Kobayashi – 12
    Maldonado – 11
    Hulkenberg – 10
    di Resta – 10
    Senna – 7
    Vergne – 2

    Most interesting change is in P2-P4, where Hamilton and Vettel switch places between points systems.

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