Driver of the Year 2019: Lewis Hamilton on the way to the title!

(Motorsport-Total.com) – Lewis Hamilton is on the verge of regaining his title as Driver of the Year following his successful title defense in the Formula One World Championship. he first emerged as the overall winner of our scores, and ) he has two races to go (maximum (**************************************************************************************************************************************************************************!

Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas

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Lewis Hamilton has the best chance of being Driver of the Year 2019 Zoom Secure

In the Austin scores, however, another cut off better, namely his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas (who has overtaken Sebastian Vettel in the overall standings and is now fifth)

Among the readers (scarce Hamilton took third place; Thanks to a 1 by expert Marc Surer and a 2 of the editorial team, he pushed past Daniel Ricciardo in the Vast Prix ranking on P2.

“Even though he does not fight so hard in qualifying: The deserved World Champion “, Surer praises the now six-time champion.

The Austin result is really exciting for the divergence between our grading and the official TV balloting of Formula One. In fact, Alexander Albon was elected driver of the day. At united states, however, the Crimson-Bull-pilot landed only on P6 at the readers and on P (******************************************************************************************) at the editorial office. The bottom line overall is Six with Present 2.1

Surer sees things differently and awards Albon Present 1 – alongside the Mercedes stars, the only driver to receive this award. “He's also the race driver for me,” says the former Formula One driver.

The two Ferrari drivers finished ninth and tenth in our Austin ranking, Kimi Raikkonen 13., Nico Hülkenberg 05.

The
idea behind our grading
is the benefits on a weekend and especially with grades in the race (1 = very good, 6 = insufficient). 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 Tumble football magazines, we have created a total of three equal pillars with the readers and the expert.

The ultimate rider ranking USA (******************************************************************************)
01. Valtteri Bottas, Present 1,2 (Reader 1,5 – Surer 1 – Editors 1)

02. Lewis Hamilton, Present 1.7 (Reader 2.0 – Surer 1 – Editing 2)

03. Daniel Ricciardo, Present 2.0 (Reader 2.0 – Surer 2 – Editing 2)

04. Lando Norris, Present 2.0 (Reader 2.1 – Surer 2 – Editing 2)

05. Max Verstappen, Present 2.1 (Reader 2.2 – Surer 2 – Editing 2)

06. Alexander Albon, Present 2.1 (Reader 2.2 – Surer 1 – Editing 3)

07. Carlos Sainz, Present 2.5 (Reader 2.5 – Surer 3 – Editing 2)

08. Sergio Perez, Present 2.5 (Reader 2.6 – Surer 2 – Editing 3)

09. Sebastian Vettel, Present 2,7 (Reader 3,0 – Surer 3 – Editing 2)

10. Charles Leclerc, Present 2,7 (Reader 3,2 – Surer 2 – Editing 3)

11 , George Russell, Present 3.1 (Reader 3.2 – Surer 3 – Editing 3)

12. Pierre Gasly, Present 3,1
(Reader 3,2 – Surer 3 – Editing 3)
13. Kimi Raikkonen, Present 3,1 (Reader 3,2 – Surer 3 – Redaktion 3)

14. Nico Hülkenberg, Present 3,3
(Reader 3,0 – Surer 3 – Redaktion 4)

15. Kevin Magnussen, Present 3,4 (Reader 4,1 – Surer 3 – Editing 3)

16. Daniil Kwjat, Present 3,9 (Reader 3,7 – Surer 4 – Editing 4)

17. Antonio Giovinazzi, Present 4.0 (Reader 3.9 – Surer 4 – Editing 4)

18. Lance Stroll, Present 4.0 (Reader 4.0 – Surer 4 – Editing 4)

19. Romain Grosjean, Present 4.1 (Reader 4.2 – Surer 4 – Editing 4)

20. Robert Kubica, Present 4,9 (Reader 4,6 – Surer 5 – Editorial 5)

And so we calculate:

From the average rating of the Motorsport Total.com person, the rating by 223562 expert Marc Surer and the grading by our editors 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 in the case of a supposed scoring tie.

The driver's world championship stand 2019: (*******************************************************************)
01. Lewis Hamilton (270)

02. Max Verstappen (249) (*************************************************************) 03. Charles Leclerc (184) 16 04. Carlos Sainz (163) 03 05. Valtteri Bottas (159) (******************************************************************************) 06. Sebastian Vettel (143)

07. Lando Norris (124)
08. Daniel Ricciardo (82)

09. Sergio Perez (124)

10. Kimi Raikkonen (122)

11 , Alexander Albon (95)

12. Nico Hülkenberg (95)

13. Daniil Kwjat (95)

14. Pierre Gasly (39)

15. Lance Stroll (70)

16. Kevin Magnussen (20)

17. George Russel (20)

18. Antonio Giovinazzi (21)

19. Romain Grosjean (2)

20. Robert Kubica (1)

The best driver of the season will receive an Award for the Driver of the Year 18

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