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2013 qualifying championship

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  • #132849
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    After the Australian Grand Prix

    Vettel – 25 (15) – 60%
    Webber – 18 (8) – 44.4%
    Hamilton – 15 (10) – 66.7%
    Massa – 12 (12) – 100%
    Alonso – 10 (18) – 180%
    Rosberg – 8 (0) – 0%
    Raikkonen – 6 (25) – 416.7%
    Grosjean – 4 (1) – 25%
    di Resta – 2 (4) – 200%
    Button – 1 (2) – 200%
    Sutil – 0 (6)

    #228735
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    Teams:
    Red Bull – 43
    Mercedes – 23
    Ferrari – 22
    Lotus – 10
    Force India – 2
    McLaren – 1

    #228736
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    What do the percents mean?

    @raymondu999

    #228737
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    @tmekt conversion rate. ie, their race points as a percentage of their qualifying points.

    #228738
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    @raymondu999

    Ok thanks for the info! :)

    #228739
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    Just a quick question, should Grosjean’s percentage not be 25%?

    #228740
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    @mathers You’re right. I had Grosjean-itis for a sec and did the calculation the wrong way around. Cheers mate.

    #228741
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    Malaysia

    Vettel – 50 (40) – 80.0%
    Webber – 28 (26) – 92.9%
    Hamilton – 27 (25) – 92.6%
    Massa – 30 (22) – 73.3%
    Alonso – 25 (18) – 72.0%
    Rosberg – 16 (12) – 75.0%
    Raikkonen – 12 (31) – 258.3%
    Grosjean – 4 (9) – 225.0%
    di Resta – 2 (4) – 200.0%
    Button – 5 (2) – 40.0%
    Sutil – 2 (6) – 300%
    Perez – 1 (2) – 200%
    Hulkenberg – 0 (4)
    Vergne – 0 (1)

    #228742
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    Bahrain

    Vettel – 52 (52) – 100.0%
    Hamilton – 52 (40) – 76.9%
    Massa – 40 (30) – 75%
    Alonso – 40 (43) – 107.5%
    Raikkonen – 30 (49) – 163.3%
    Webber – 28 (26) – 92.9%
    Rosberg – 28 (12) – 42.9%
    Grosjean – 12 (11) – 91.7%
    Button – 9 (12) – 133.3%
    Ricciardo – 6 (6) – 100%
    di Resta – 2 (8) – 400.0%
    Sutil – 2 (6) – 300%
    Perez – 1 (2) – 200%
    Hulkenberg – 1 (5) – 500%
    Vergne – 0 (1)

    #228743
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    Bahrain – last race was China, not Bahrain. Sorry!
    Note that as this is qualifying, and not starting grid – Mark Webber and Lewis Hamilton get points for the places in which they qualified, not the places in which they started

    Vettel – 70 (77) – 110.0%
    Hamilton – 64 (50) – 78.1%
    Massa – 48 (30) – 62.5%
    Alonso – 55 (47) – 85.5%
    Raikkonen – 32 (67) – 209.4%
    Webber – 38 (32) – 84.2%
    Rosberg – 53 (14) – 26.4%
    Grosjean – 12 (26) – 216.7%
    Button – 10 (13) – 130.0%
    Ricciardo – 6 (6) – 100%
    di Resta – 8 (20) – 250.0%
    Sutil – 6 (6) – 100.0%
    Perez – 1 (10) – 1000.0%
    Hulkenberg – 1 (5) – 500.0%
    Vergne – 0 (1)

    Obviously, we’re pending on how Mark vs Rosberg ends up. I’ll update if the results are changed, but I don’t think it will – generally post-race investigations end up in next-race penalties. i.e. a grid drop or something

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