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Formula 1 ESP Competition

 

Formula 1 ESP Competition

 
Standings:
2017/03/26 
Australia
2017/04/09 
China
2017/04/16 
Bahrain
2017/04/30 
Russia
2017/05/14 
Spain
2017/05/28 
Monaco
2017/06/11 
Canada
2017/06/25 
European
2017/07/09 
Austria
2017/07/16 
Britain
2017/07/30 
Hungary
2017/08/27 
Belgium
2017/09/03 
Italy
2017/09/17 
Singapore
2017/10/01 
Malaysia
2017/10/08 
Japan
2017/10/22 
United States
2017/10/29 
Mexico
2017/11/12 
Brazil
2017/11/26 
Abu Dhabi

Driver Totals

Position Driver Points Wins
1 Hamilton, Lewis 363 9
2 Vettel, Sebastian 317 5
3 Bottas, Valtteri 305 3
4 Raikkonen, Kimi 205 0
5 Ricciardo, Daniel 200 1
6 Verstappen, Max 168 2
7 Perez, Sergio 100 0
8 Ocon, Esteban 87 0
9 Sainz Jr., Carlos 54 0
10 Massa, Felipe 43 0
11 Hulkenberg, Nico 43 0
12 Stroll, Lance 40 0
13 Grosjean, Romain 28 0
14 Magnussen, Kevin 19 0
15 Alonso, Fernando 17 0
16 Vandoorne, Stoffel 13 0
17 Palmer, Joylon 8 0
18 Wehrlein, Pascal 5 0
19 Kvyat, Daniil 5 0
20 Ericsson, Marcus 0 0
21 Giovinazzi, Antonio 0 0
22 Hartley, Brendon 0 0
23 Button, Jenson 0 0
24 Di Resta, Paul 0 0
25 Gasly, Pierre 0 0
Total 2020 20

Chassis Totals

Position Chassis Points Wins
1 Mercedes 668 12
2 Ferrari 522 5
3 Red Bull-Tag Heuer 368 3
4 Force India-Mercedes 187 0
5 Williams-Mercedes 83 0
6 Renault 57 0
7 Toro Rosso-Ferrari 53 0
8 Haas-Ferrari 47 0
9 McLaren-Honda 30 0
10 Sauber-Ferrari 5 0
11 0 0
Total 2020 20

Engine Totals

Position Engine Points Wins
1 Mercedes 938 12
2 Ferrari 580 5
3 Tag Heuer 368 3
4 Renault 104 0
5 Honda 30 0
6 0 0
Total 2020 20

Tire Totals

Position Tire Points Wins
1 Pirelli 2020 20
2 0 0
Total 2020 20

While the driver points should correspond with the Champ Car points awards, the other scoring categories will not. They are calculated by adding up the components of a drivers score, e.g. if Tracy wins, then Lola, Bridgestone, Ford and Forsythe each pick up 20 points, and the win. Champ Car's scoring mechanism is different.