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2013 championship in 2003-2009 points system

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    @fastiesty Just use this site to see the different Champions under different points systems, http://f1-facts.com/statistics/regulations-comparison

    The most recent champions that could have been in the old point systems are Felipe Massa 2008, Eddie Irvine 1999, Damon Hill 1994, Alain Prost 1988, Nigel Mansel 1986 and probably some more after that.

    #227860
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    Ah thanks! I knew it must have been somewhere. Kingshark – I know what you mean, it’s hard to get involved with numbers like 170 – 130, however at the end of the season I do like the complexity it gives looking back at everything. Barely anything could have changed to make a minor points swing. But mid-season it feels too complex!

    #227861
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    “Who else here agrees that with this points system, the WDC feels a lot more exciting?”

    Seeing as it’s almost exactly the same…

    #227862
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    Long time since I last updated! India now :)

    1. Vettel – 130
    2. Alonso – 86
    3. Raikkonen – 74
    4. Hamilton – 71
    5. Webber – 59
    6. Rosberg – 56
    7. Massa – 40 [+1]
    8. Grosjean – 38 [-1]
    9. Button – 17
    10. Hulkenberg – 13 [+1]
    11. di Resta – 12 [-1]
    12. Perez – 9
    13. Sutil – 8
    14. Ricciardo – 5
    15. Vergne – 4
    16. Guttierrez – 2

    Constructors:
    1. Red Bull – 189
    2. Mercedes – 127
    3. Ferrari – 126
    4. Lotus – 112
    5. McLaren – 26
    6. Force India – 20
    7. Sauber – 15
    8. Toro Rosso – 9

    #227863
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    1. VETTEL 160
    2. ALONSO 100
    3. WEBBER 83
    4. RAIKKONEN 76
    5. HAMILTON 74
    6. ROSBERG 66
    7. GROSJEAN 51
    8. MASSA 41
    9. BUTTON 24
    10. HULKENBERG 17
    11. DI RESTA 15
    12. PEREZ 14
    13. SUTIL 8
    14. RICCIARDO 5
    15. VERGNE 4
    16. GUTIERREZ 2
    17. BOTTAS 1

    1. RED BULL 183
    2. FERRARI 141
    3. MERCEDES 140
    4. LOTUS 127
    5. MCLAREN 38
    6. FORCE INDIA 23
    7. SAUBER 19
    8. TORO ROSSO 9
    9. WILLIAMS 1

    #227864
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    Wow Mercedes would have lost to Ferrari… actually for a 22 car grid I think the points system from 2003-2009 would have been perfect, almost half the field getting points is a little excessive IMO; top 10 for 24 cars seem fine but for 22 it seems a bit much.

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    Could someone edit the title?

    2014!

    Drivers:
    Rosberg: 34
    Hamilton: 30
    Alonso: 16
    Hulkenberg: 14
    Vettel: 13
    Ricciardo: 10
    Button: 9 (+1)
    Magnussen: 8 (+1)
    Bottas: 8 (-2)
    Perez: 6
    Massa: 4
    Raikkonen: 3
    Vergne: 1

    Constructors:
    Mercedes: 64
    Red Bull: 23
    Force India: 20
    Ferrari: 19
    McLaren: 17
    Williams: 12
    Toro Rosso: 1

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