Constructor cup in ”traditional scoring”

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    In case you are curious, here’s the 2013 season scored in the 9-6-4-3-2-1 system:
    Red Bull: 190
    Mercedes: 88
    Ferrari: 87
    Lotus: 84
    McLaren: 12
    ForceIndia: 6
    Sauber: 7
    ToroRosso: 1
    Williams: 0
    So comparing the old scoring and the current one, there is just one difference in teams ranking.
    Red Bull won 40% of all points, which makes it the 14th most dominant season. For comparison, the killer Senna-Prost combo of 1988 gathered 50% of all points, while Ferrari managed 48% (2002) and 47% (2004). Williams’ best score is 41% in 1996. Red Bull beat this year’s haul in 2011 (44%).
    The other seasons more dominant than 2013 were in the 1950’s and very early 60’s.

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    @ph Nice, What about Vettel?

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    @davidnotcoulthard – Vettel scored 117+6+8+6, so 137 points out of the 190 (150 if 10 points were awarded for a win like 1991-2002).

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    @david-a @ph So he still would’ve won the World constructurs Championship – by a bigger margin. That’s quite amazing, if not too surprising.

    Having said that the 8-point finish can’t be right.

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    @davidnotcoulthard – 8 = 4 points twice, Australia & Hungary, the second 6 = 3 points twice, Spain & China

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    OK, I guess it can be right :) ..


    You have to imagine that Vettel will break the all time points record some day.

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