Formula 1 scores Japan: Sainz again beaten only by silver

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(Motorsport-Total.com) – That would seem familiar to Carlos Sainz: Although he got a 1 after Sochi for the second time in a row by the editors and expert Marc Surer, it was enough for the McLaren driver not in Suzuka for the day's victory. Just like two weeks ago, the polling users rated a Mercedes pilot better.

Valtteri Bottas

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Valtteri Bottas is also entitled to our notes First place Zoom Salvage

And that's Valtteri Bottas this week, who breaks the day's victory in our traditional grading. He also gets the best marks from Surer and the editors for his convincing victory, with the readers he scored slightly better than Sainz at 1.6 compared to 1.8

Bottas was for Surer “clearly the Boss at home Mercedes this weekend “and thus also much better than Lewis Hamilton, who only landed in seventh place – thanks to a three of the experts. The placement of Sainz is consistent for Surer: “He is so consistent fast in the last race that he deserves a 1,” he praises.

Third place goes to Sebastian Vettel, as in Sochi but already has a clear gap to the two leaders. With an average score of 2.1, it is already far from Bottas (1.2) and Sainz (1.3). Reason should be for many of the failed originates, actually his only mistake after a strong qualification and a good race.

Also Daniel Ricciardo (fourth place) shows for Surer a “strong race”, behind the both cockpit exchangers Pierre Gasly and Alexander Albon, who would have earned “a rapidly 1”.


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Robert Kubica (5): The Pole and Williams – that does not fit anymore. The accident after the dispute over the front wing, the necessary chassis change and a hopeless race, in which he is the only driver twice surpassed. Kubica already counts the Classes until his departure. 12 Photo gallery

Valtteri Bottas

And otherwise? Charles Leclerc is penalized with a 4.0 after colliding with Max Verstappen. The bottom is made up by the two qualifying crashers Kevin Magnussen and Robert Kubica. Especially for the accident of the Haas pilots Surer has little understanding: “He lets off the brakes while turning and drives backwards into the barrier …” He shakes his head.

In the Appreciation shrinks the advantage of Max Verstappen. Only one point could take the Red Bull driver from Suzuka and is thus only twelve points ahead of Hamilton. So the decision will probably be narrower than in the real World Cup. In Mexico, the title can not be awarded in any case.

The External influences, which the drivers can not control themselves, should be hidden. And so that not only the editors subjectively evaluated, as is the case with football magazines, we have created a total of three equal pillars with the readers and the expert.

The ultimate driver ranking Japan (*******************************************************************): 01
01. Valtteri Bottas, Repeat 1,2
(Reader 1,6 – Surer 1 – Redaktion 1)

02. Carlos Sainz, Repeat
1,3 (Reader 1,8 – Surer 1 – Redaktion 1) (*************************************************************************************) 03. Sebastian Vettel, Repeat Robert Kubica (5): Der Pole und Williams - das passt nicht mehr. Der Unfall nach dem Streit um den Frontflügel, der notwendige Chassis-Wechsel und ein hoffnungsloses Rennen, bei dem er als einziger Fahrer zweimal überrundet wird. Kubica zählt schon die Sessions bis zu seinem Abgang. 2.1 (Reader 2,2 – Surer 2 – Redaktion 2)
04. Daniel Ricciardo, Repeat
2.1 (Reader 2,4 – Surer 2 – Redaktion 2) (***************************************************************************************) 05. Pierre Gasly, Repeat 2,3 (Reader 2,8 – Surer 2 – Editing 2) (**********************************************************************************) 06. Alexander Albon, Repeat 2.5 (Leser 2,5 – Surer 2 – Redaktion 3) (*********************************************************************************) 07. Lewis Hamilton, Repeat 2,6 (Reader 2,7 – Surer 3 – Redaktion 2) (*************************************************************************************) 08. Lando Norris, Repeat 2.6 (Reader 2,9 – Surer 3 – Editing 2) (**************************************************************************************) 09. Nico Hülkenberg, Repeat 3.0 (Reader 2,9 – Surer 3 – Editing 3) (********************************************************************************) 10. Max Verstappen, Repeat 3.1 (Reader 3,2 – Surer 3 – Editing 3) (**************************************************************************************) 11. Sergio Perez, Repeat Robert Kubica (5): Der Pole und Williams - das passt nicht mehr. Der Unfall nach dem Streit um den Frontflügel, der notwendige Chassis-Wechsel und ein hoffnungsloses Rennen, bei dem er als einziger Fahrer zweimal überrundet wird. Kubica zählt schon die Sessions bis zu seinem Abgang. 3.1 (Readers 3,3 – Surer 3 – Redaktion 3) (***************************************************************************************) 12. George Russell, Repeat 3.1 (Reader 3,4 – Surer 3 – Editing 3) (***********************************************************************************) 13. Lance Stroll, Repeat 3.1 (Reader 3,4 – Surer 3 – Editing 3) (***********************************************************************************) 14. Daniil Kwjat, Repeat 3.2 (Reader 3,6 – Surer 3 – Redaktion 3) (****************************************************************************************) 15. Romain Grosjean, Repeat Robert Kubica (5): Der Pole und Williams - das passt nicht mehr. Der Unfall nach dem Streit um den Frontflügel, der notwendige Chassis-Wechsel und ein hoffnungsloses Rennen, bei dem er als einziger Fahrer zweimal überrundet wird. Kubica zählt schon die Sessions bis zu seinem Abgang. 3.6 (Reader 3,7 – Surer 3 – Redaktion 4)
16. Antonio Giovinazzi, Repeat
3,6 (Reader 3,7 – Surer 3 – Redaktion 4)
17. Kimi Raikkonen, Repeat
3,9 (Reader 3,6 – Surer 4 – Redaktion 4) (***************************************************************************************) 18. Charles Leclerc, Repeat 4.0 (Reader 4,1 – Surer 4 – Redaktion 4) 19 , Kevin Magnussen, Repeat 4,7 (Reader 4,1 – Surer 5 – Editorial 5) (***********************************************************************************) 20. Robert Kubica, Repeat 4.9 (Reader 4,7 – Surer 5 – Editing 5)

And so we calculate:

From the average rating of the Motorsport-Total.com users, the rating by 1570939433 expert Marc Surer
and the grading by our editor we determine the average. This average value results in our driver ranking. We only map one decimal place, but we use all decimal places for the calculation. From these partially invisible decimal places results the order of the ranking of two drivers with supposed grading tie.

The Driver's World Championship booth (*****************************************************************************************)

01. Max Verstappen (222361)

02. Lewis Hamilton (2019)

03. Charles Leclerc (620)

04. Carlos Sainz (222361)

05. Valtteri Bottas (95)

06. Sebastian Vettel (126)

07. Lando Norris (130)

08. Daniel Ricciardo (126)

09. Kimi Raikkonen (111)

10. Sergio Perez (126)

11. Nico Hülkenberg (31)

12. Alexander Albon (126)

13. Daniil Kwjat (111)

14. Pierre Gasly (111 )

15. Lance Stroll ((***********************************************************************************************))

16. Kevin Magnussen ((**************************************************************************************************))

17. George Russell ((*****************************************************************************************))

18. Antonio Giovinazzi ((******************************************************************************************************))

19 , Romain Grosjean (2) 03 20. Robert Kubica (1)

The best-in-class driver will receive an Award for the Driver of the Year (********************************************************************) excellent.