The place for alternate championships that use real results as a base of forming alternative results, driver careers, and games in general
by Meatwad 14 Jul 2019, 15:56
And at Silverstone, it's yet another win and fastest lap for Leclerc. Gasly finishes second and Sainz third.

2019 (After ten races):

Leclerc 233 (9 wins)
Gasly 153 (1 win, 4 2nd, 2 3rd)
Sainz 114 (3 2nd, 1 3rd)
Norris 101 (2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Albon 94 (2 3rd)
Stroll 92 (2 3rd)
Magnussen 79 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 66 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 49 (best result: 2 6th)
Kubica 27 (best result: 4 8th)
by Rob Dylan 16 Jul 2019, 10:30
You have to ask yourself whether F1 is getting too predictable :P

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Meatwad 18 Jul 2019, 21:55
Rob Dylan wrote:You have to ask yourself whether F1 is getting too predictable :P

Leclerc is definitely making Hamilton's domination in another universe look like nothing in comparison. :D I wouldn't be surprised to see him beat Verstappen's win record (16) from last year. He's won every race he's finished, and I think he would have had at least a second place in Monaco if he hadn't retired. :o
by Rob Dylan 21 Jul 2019, 19:10
Ah, if only we had some kind of fantasy series that would eliminate Leclerc and make it only about Gasly and Sainz...

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Meatwad 28 Jul 2019, 17:26
Rob Dylan wrote:Ah, if only we had some kind of fantasy series that would eliminate Leclerc and make it only about Gasly and Sainz...

That would definitely be more interesting. :P I think Gasly would be in the lead, but not by nearly as much as Leclerc is now...

At Hockenheim, both Leclerc and Gasly fail to finish (though the latter is classified in 8th and also gets the point for fastest lap), and Stroll takes advantage by winning for the second time in his career! Sainz gets yet another second place, while Albon is third. Kubica gets his and Williams' best finish of the season.

2019 (After eleven races):

Leclerc 233 (9 wins)
Gasly 158 (1 win, 4 2nd, 2 3rd)
Sainz 132 (4 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 117 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Albon 109 (3 3rd)
Norris 101 (2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 91 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 72 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 57 (best result: 3 6th)
Kubica 37 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 04 Aug 2019, 15:47
After crashing out at Hockenheim, Leclerc returns to form by taking the full 26 points at Hungaroring. Sainz takes his fifth second place of the season, while Gasly has to settle for third. All ten drivers finish, with Kubica last.

2019 (After twelve races):

Leclerc 259 (10 wins)
Gasly 173 (1 win, 4 2nd, 3 3rd)
Sainz 150 (5 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 121 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Albon 119 (3 3rd)
Norris 113 (2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 99 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 74 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 63 (best result: 3 6th)
Kubica 38 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 01 Sep 2019, 15:44
Leclerc takes his eleventh win of the season at Spa, as well as another point for fastest lap. Albon replaced Gasly at Red Bull and also beat him to second place. Norris missed out on a second place after a late car failure, but is classified in fifth.

2019 (After thirteen races):

Leclerc 285 (11 wins)
Gasly 188 (1 win, 4 2nd, 4 3rd)
Sainz 150 (5 2nd, 1 3rd)
Albon 137 (1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Stroll 133 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Norris 123 (2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 107 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 76 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 69 (best result: 3 6th)
Kubica 42 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 08 Sep 2019, 15:39
Leclerc takes yet another win at Monza, giving Ferrari a rare home victory. He also gets the point for fastest lap. Like at Spa, Albon finishes second. The biggest surprise, however, is Giovinazzi taking his first podium!

2019 (After fourteen races):

Leclerc 311 (12 wins)
Gasly 198 (1 win, 4 2nd, 4 3rd)
Albon 155 (2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Sainz 150 (5 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 141 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Norris 135 (2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 107 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 91 (1 3rd)
Russell 75 (best result: 3 6th)
Kubica 46 (best result: 5th)
by Rob Dylan 10 Sep 2019, 14:44
Oof, now that Leclerc's really got into his stride, those two wins he was at least a minute ahead of the guy in 2nd. Oh dear this season is dull :D

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Meatwad 10 Sep 2019, 19:12
Rob Dylan wrote:Oof, now that Leclerc's really got into his stride, those two wins he was at least a minute ahead of the guy in 2nd. Oh dear this season is dull :D

Red Bull also seemed to admit defeat and inexplicably swapped drivers with Toro Rosso, in spite of Gasly being Leclerc's "main challenger" for the title. :P Though now they have their drivers in second and third, which is probably the best they can ask for this year. :D
by Meatwad 22 Sep 2019, 15:03
The Singapore Grand Prix results in another win for Leclerc. Albon finishes second with Norris third. Maybe the biggest surprise (beating Williams' first retirement of the season) is Magnussen finishing last but taking the fastest lap!

2019 (After fifteen races):

Leclerc 336 (13 wins)
Gasly 210 (1 win, 4 2nd, 4 3rd)
Albon 173 (3 2nd, 3 3rd)
Sainz 158 (5 2nd, 1 3rd)
Norris 150 (2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Stroll 147 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 110 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 101 (1 3rd)
Russell 75 (best result: 3 6th)
Kubica 50 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 29 Sep 2019, 13:45
Leclerc clinches the title with five races to go, taking the full 26 points at Sochi. Albon finishes second for the fourth time in a row, with Sainz third. The Williams drivers were the only retirements this time.

2019 (After sixteen races):

Leclerc 362 (14 wins)
Gasly 216 (1 win, 4 2nd, 4 3rd)
Albon 191 (4 2nd, 3 3rd)
Sainz 173 (5 2nd, 2 3rd)
Norris 162 (2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Stroll 155 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 120 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 105 (1 3rd)
Russell 75 (best result: 3 6th)
Kubica 50 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 13 Oct 2019, 07:52
After four consecutive second places, Albon takes his first win ever at Suzuka! Sainz finishes second (already the sixth time this season). Leclerc finishes third – the first time this season he has finished a race and not been first! Less surprisingly, he sets the fastest lap.

2019 (After seventeen races):

Leclerc 378 (14 wins, 1 3rd)
Gasly 228 (1 win, 4 2nd, 4 3rd)
Albon 216 (1 win, 4 2nd, 3 3rd)
Sainz 191 (6 2nd, 2 3rd)
Norris 170 (2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Stroll 165 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 124 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 111 (1 3rd)
Russell 77 (best result: 3 6th)
Kubica 51 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 27 Oct 2019, 21:37
What a surprise – Leclerc wins at Mexico (and sets the fastest lap). Albon takes yet another second place, Gasly finishes third.

2019 (After eighteen races):

Leclerc 404 (15 wins, 1 3rd)
Gasly 243 (1 win, 4 2nd, 5 3rd)
Albon 234 (1 win, 5 2nd, 3 3rd)
Sainz 201 (6 2nd, 2 3rd)
Stroll 177 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Norris 170 (2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Magnussen 130 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 119 (1 3rd)
Russell 81 (best result: 3 6th)
Kubica 53 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 03 Nov 2019, 21:29
At the U.S. Grand Prix, Leclerc takes yet another win and fastest lap, equaling Verstappen's win record from last season. Albon is second (not a big surprise either) and overtakes Gasly for second place in the championship. Norris finishes third – the 14th podium for McLaren who are yet to win a race this year!

2019 (After nineteen races):

Leclerc 430 (16 wins, 1 3rd)

Albon 252 (1 win, 6 2nd, 3 3rd)
Gasly 249 (1 win, 4 2nd, 5 3rd)
Sainz 213 (6 2nd, 2 3rd)
Stroll 187 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Norris 185 (2 2nd, 4 3rd)
Magnussen 132 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 127 (1 3rd)
Russell 85 (best result: 3 6th)
Kubica 53 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 17 Nov 2019, 22:07
Gasly takes a surprise win for Toro Rosso after a chaotic race in Brazil! Sainz gets McLaren's ninth second place of the year, and Giovinazzi is third. Albon lost the win after a late crash but takes seventh place and fastest lap.

2019 (After twenty races):

Leclerc 432 (16 wins, 1 3rd)
Gasly 274 (2 wins, 4 2nd, 5 3rd)
Albon 259 (1 win, 6 2nd, 3 3rd)
Sainz 231 (7 2nd, 2 3rd)
Norris 197 (2 2nd, 4 3rd)
Stroll 188 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 142 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 142 (2 3rd)
Russell 93 (best result: 4 6th)
Kubica 57 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 01 Dec 2019, 18:42
In Abu Dhabi, Leclerc breaks the record for most wins in a season! He also gets another fastest lap. Albon finishes second, with Norris in third.

Final standings for 2019:

Leclerc 458 (17 wins, 1 3rd)
Gasly 278 (2 wins, 4 2nd, 5 3rd)
Albon 277 (1 win, 7 2nd, 3 3rd)
Sainz 243 (7 2nd, 2 3rd)
Norris 212 (2 2nd, 5 3rd)
Stroll 188 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Magnussen 152 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 150 (2 3rd)
Russell 99 (best result: 4 6th)
Kubica 59 (best result: 5th)
by Meatwad 05 Jul 2020, 15:19
The 2020 season finally started in Austria. Norris starts the season with his first win, Sainz completed a 1-2 for McLaren, with Norris' fastest lap giving the team the full 44 points. Gasly gets a third place for AlphaTauri, while Latifi debuts with a sixth place – impressive, even if he was the last finisher...

2020 (After one race):

Norris 26 (1 win)
Sainz 18 (1 2nd)
Gasly 15 (1 3rd)
Ocon 12 (best result: 4th)
Giovinazzi 10 (best result: 5th)
Latifi 8 (best result: 6th)
Albon 6 (best result: 7th)
Russell 0 (best result: DNF)
Magnussen 0 (best result: DNF)
Stroll 0 (best result: DNF)
by Meatwad 21 Jan 2021, 16:16
And here's 2020 in its entirety... I expected Albon domination, which wasn't the case in the end. He did manage to take the title despite doing his best not to, but Norris still had a slight chance in the season finale. Lando actually led the championship after five races and even took the lead back briefly after Monza, but after that Alex led to the end, though his lead was down to just four points at times.

What else? Norris took his first wins, Russell his first podium (for Williams, not Mercedes!), and probably the most surprisingly, Latifi wasn't last in the championship (even excluding the replacement drivers).

Austrian Grand Prix: 1. Norris, 2. Sainz, 3. Gasly, FL: Norris
Styrian Grand Prix: 1. Albon, 2. Norris, 3. Stroll, FL: Sainz
Hungarian Grand Prix: 1. Stroll, 2. Albon, 3. Sainz, FL: Stroll
British Grand Prix: 1. Norris, 2. Ocon, 3. Gasly, FL: Albon
70th Anniversary Grand Prix: 1. Albon, 2. Stroll, 3. Ocon, FL: Albon
Spanish Grand Prix: 1. Stroll, 2. Sainz, 3. Albon, FL: Sainz
Belgian Grand Prix: 1. Ocon, 2. Albon, 3. Norris, FL: Gasly
Italian Grand Prix: 1. Gasly, 2. Sainz, 3. Stroll, FL: Sainz
Tuscany Grand Prix: 1. Albon, 2. Norris, 3. Russell (actually the only three finishers!), FL: Albon
Russian Grand Prix: 1. Ocon, 2. Gasly, 3. Albon, FL: Gasly
Eifel Grand Prix: 1. Sainz, 2. Gasly, 3. Giovinazzi, FL: Gasly
Portuguese Grand Prix: 1. Gasly, 2. Sainz, 3. Ocon, FL: Norris
Emilia Romagna Grand Prix: 1. Sainz, 2. Norris, 3. Giovinazzi, FL: Albon
Turkish Grand Prix: 1. Sainz, 2. Albon, 3. Norris, FL: Norris
Bahrain Grand Prix: 1. Albon, 2. Norris, 3. Sainz, FL: Sainz
Sakhir Grand Prix: 1. Ocon, 2. Stroll, 3. Sainz, FL: Russell
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: 1. Albon, 2. Norris, 3. Sainz, FL: Albon

Final standings for 2020:

Albon 268 (5 wins, 3 2nd, 2 3rd)

Norris 243 (2 wins, 5 2nd, 2 3rd)
Sainz 237 (3 wins, 4 2nd, 4 3rd)
Gasly 197 (2 wins, 2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Ocon 191 (3 wins, 1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Stroll 167 (2 wins, 2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Giovinazzi 100 (2 3rd)
Russell 86 (1 3rd)
Latifi 71 (best result: 4th)
Magnussen 69 (best result: 2 4th)
Aitken 1 (best result: 10th)
Fittipaldi 0 (best result: 2 11th)
by Rob Dylan 21 Jan 2021, 19:57
Absolutely loving Russell getting his deserved podium, in a ... Williams, but still :lol:

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by James1978 24 Jan 2021, 09:09
I was hoping Sainz would win this (him and Albon finished tied on points in real life as the highest non-eliminated drivers after all), so we ended up with all the drivers from the top 3 teams for 2021 being out (yes I still consider Ferrari a top 3 team and last year was just a blip).

As it is, Sainz definitely looks the favourite for 2021 if Ferrari can get their act together, and his possible challengers are Norris, Ocon and Stroll! (Oh and Russell if Hamilton's talks fall through). ;-)

"Poor old Warwick takes it from behind all throughout this season". :) (Tony Jardine, 1988)
by Rob Dylan 25 Jan 2021, 08:00
My current bet is that Norris will get it in 2021. With the regs so close to 2020, I don't expect Ferrari to be improving too much, but McLaren will be in the hot seat.

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Meatwad 01 Feb 2021, 00:02
I'm also predicting a title for Norris. I'm expecting the title fight to be more like 2020 than 2019, though (not because of Norris throwing away good results, but the competition between teams being closer). :)
by Meatwad 28 Mar 2021, 19:23
The pre-season favorites shine in Bahrain with Norris winning and Sainz finishing second. The more surprising hero of the race is Yuki Tsunoda – third on his debut! Mick Schumacher places last out of eight finishing drivers (though two others are classified, Gasly even getting the fastest lap point). The less said about Mazepin, the better.

2021 (After one race):

Norris 25 (1 win)
Sainz 18 (1 2nd)
Tsunoda 15 (1 3rd)
Stroll 12 (best result: 4th)
Giovinazzi 10 (best result: 5th)
Ocon 8 (best result: 6th)
Russell 6 (best result: 7th)
Schumacher 4 (best result: 8th)
Gasly 3 (best result: 9th)
Latifi 1 (best result: 10th)
Mazepin 0 (best result: DNF)
by Meatwad 18 Apr 2021, 15:50
Norris takes his second win in a row at Imola (and the fastest lap). Sainz finishes second again while Gasly finishes third after a penalty for Stroll. The rookies had a more difficult race this time, though all of them at least managed to finish (unlike the two Williams drivers).

2021 (After two races):

Norris 51 (2 wins)
Sainz 36 (2 2nd)
Stroll 24 (best result: 2 4th)
Tsunoda 23 (1 3rd)
Gasly 18 (1 3rd)
Ocon 18 (best result: 5th)
Giovinazzi 16 (best result: 5th)
Schumacher 8 (best result: 2 8th)
Russell 6 (best result: 7th)
Mazepin 2 (best result: 9th)
Latifi 1 (best result: 10th)
by Meatwad 02 May 2021, 17:29
At Portimao, Norris makes it three out of three. He also takes the fastest lap. Ocon takes his first podium of the year with a second place, Gasly finishes third. All drivers finished the race, Mazepin being the only one to miss out on points.

2021 (After three races):

Norris 77 (3 wins)
Sainz 48 (2 2nd)
Ocon 36 (1 2nd)
Gasly 33 (2 3rd)
Stroll 32 (best result: 2 4th)
Tsunoda 29 (1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 26 (best result: 2 5th)
Russell 10 (best result: 7th)
Schumacher 10 (best result: 2 8th)
Mazepin 2 (best result: 9th)
Latifi 2 (best result: 2 10th)
by Meatwad 02 May 2021, 19:12
James1978 wrote:Latifi behind Maze-spin :facepalm:

That's quite shocking... It really shows how luck can play a part (at least in the early stages of the season) – Latifi failed to finish the only race with more than one retirement... due to an incident with Mazepin. :oops:

I doubt he will stay ahead much longer, though Latifi himself surprisingly outscored Magnussen last year. Maybe the fight for last place will be more exciting than the championship battle. :twisted:
by Meatwad 09 May 2021, 17:37
Sainz takes his first win of the season in Barcelona. Norris has to settle for second this time, Ocon is third. Fastest lap goes to Norris.

2021 (After four races):

Norris 96 (3 wins, 1 2nd)
Sainz 73 (1 win, 2 2nd)
Ocon 51 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Gasly 45 (2 3rd)
Stroll 42 (best result: 2 4th)
Giovinazzi 32 (best result: 2 5th)
Tsunoda 29 (1 3rd)
Russell 18 (best result: 6th)
Schumacher 12 (best result: 2 8th)
Latifi 6 (best result: 8th)
Mazepin 3 (best result: 9th)
by Meatwad 23 May 2021, 15:53
Sainz wins in Monaco. Norris takes another second place while Gasly finishes third. Every driver manages to finish, Schumacher being the only non-points scorer. Tsunoda gets the point for fastest lap.

2021 (After five races):

Norris 114 (3 wins, 2 2nd)
Sainz 98 (2 wins, 2 2nd)
Ocon 61 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Gasly 60 (3 3rd)
Stroll 54 (best result: 3 4th)
Giovinazzi 40 (best result: 2 5th)
Tsunoda 32 (1 3rd)
Russell 24 (best result: 6th)
Schumacher 12 (best result: 2 8th)
Latifi 10 (best result: 2 8th)
Mazepin 4 (best result: 9th)
by Meatwad 06 Jun 2021, 16:35
Gasly takes his first win of the season at Baku. Norris finishes second, Tsunoda takes his second podium in third (and the fastest lap).

2021 (After six races):

Norris 132 (3 wins, 3 2nd)
Sainz 110 (2 wins, 2 2nd)
Gasly 85 (1 win, 3 3rd)
Ocon 61 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 54 (best result: 3 4th)
Giovinazzi 50 (best result: 3 5th)
Tsunoda 48 (2 3rd)
Russell 26 (best result: 6th)
Schumacher 20 (best result: 6th)
Latifi 14 (best result: 3 8th)
Mazepin 10 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 20 Jun 2021, 15:49
Norris wins the French Grand Prix (and also takes the fastest lap). Gasly takes second place, Stroll is third. There were no retirements, and only Mazepin missed out on points.

2021 (After seven races):

Norris 158 (4 wins, 3 2nd)
Sainz 122 (2 wins, 2 2nd)
Gasly 103 (1 win, 1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Stroll 69 (1 3rd)
Ocon 67 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Tsunoda 56 (2 3rd)
Giovinazzi 54 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 36 (best result: 5th)
Schumacher 21 (best result: 6th)
Latifi 16 (best result: 3 8th)
Mazepin 10 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 27 Jun 2021, 17:00
Norris increases his lead by winning the Styrian Grand Prix. Sainz adds another second place (and fastest lap), Stroll is third.

2021 (After eight races):

Norris 183 (5 wins, 3 2nd)
Sainz 141 (2 wins, 3 2nd)
Gasly 103 (1 win, 1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Stroll 84 (2 3rd)
Ocon 77 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Tsunoda 68 (2 3rd)
Giovinazzi 62 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 36 (best result: 5th)
Schumacher 27 (best result: 6th)
Latifi 20 (best result: 4 8th)
Mazepin 12 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 04 Jul 2021, 20:54
The result of the Austrian Grand Prix is familiar – Norris wins ahead of Sainz and Gasly. Ocon is the only retirement, Sainz gets the fastest lap point.

2021 (After nine races):

Norris 208 (6 wins, 3 2nd)
Sainz 160 (2 wins, 4 2nd)
Gasly 118 (1 win, 1 2nd, 4 3rd)
Stroll 92 (2 3rd)
Tsunoda 78 (2 3rd)
Ocon 77 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Giovinazzi 68 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 48 (best result: 4th)
Schumacher 29 (best result: 6th)
Latifi 24 (best result: 5 8th)
Mazepin 13 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 18 Jul 2021, 17:37
In the first sprint race in F1 history, the points went to Norris, Russell and Ocon. The British Grand Prix itself had Norris, Sainz and Stroll in the top three. Gasly got the fastest lap point, and everyone finished, with Schumacher getting the dreaded 11th place.

2021 (After ten races):

Norris 236 (7 wins, 3 2nd)
Sainz 178 (2 wins, 5 2nd)
Gasly 127 (1 win, 1 2nd, 4 3rd)
Stroll 107 (3 3rd)
Ocon 90 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Tsunoda 88 (2 3rd)
Giovinazzi 72 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 56 (best result: 4th)
Schumacher 29 (best result: 6th)
Latifi 26 (best result: 5 8th)
Mazepin 14 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 01 Aug 2021, 15:41
Ocon takes his first win of the season in Hungary. Sainz takes second, Gasly is third (and gets the fastest lap). Norris fails to finish (along with two other drivers), making the championship battle a little closer.

2021 (After eleven races):

Norris 236 (7 wins, 3 2nd)
Sainz 196 (2 wins, 6 2nd)
Gasly 143 (1 win, 1 2nd, 5 3rd)
Ocon 115 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Stroll 107 (3 3rd)
Tsunoda 100 (2 3rd)
Giovinazzi 76 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 64 (best result: 4th)
Latifi 36 (best result: 5th)
Schumacher 35 (best result: 6th)
Mazepin 14 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 29 Aug 2021, 17:22
Russell takes his first win in the safety car parade at Spa. Gasly and Ocon take the other podium spots as Norris has another difficult race. Half points were given, and none for fastest lap.

2021 (After twelve races):

Norris 239 (7 wins, 3 2nd)
Sainz 201 (2 wins, 6 2nd)
Gasly 152 (1 win, 2 2nd, 5 3rd)
Ocon 122.5 (1 win, 1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Stroll 107 (3 3rd)
Tsunoda 102 (2 3rd)
Giovinazzi 80 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 76.5 (1 win)
Latifi 42 (best result: 4th)
Schumacher 36 (best result: 6th)
Mazepin 14.5 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 05 Sep 2021, 15:17
Gasly takes his second win of the season at Zandvoort. Sainz finishes second, and Ocon takes third place ahead of championship leader Norris who gets the fastest lap point. Kubica makes a guest appearance for Alfa Romeo, finishing an impressive (considering the circumstances) seventh.

2021 (After thirteen races):

Norris 252 (7 wins, 3 2nd)
Sainz 219 (2 wins, 7 2nd)
Gasly 177 (2 wins, 2 2nd, 5 3rd)
Ocon 137.5 (1 win, 1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Stroll 117 (3 3rd)
Tsunoda 102 (2 3rd)
Giovinazzi 88 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 78.5 (1 win)
Latifi 46 (best result: 4th)
Schumacher 37 (best result: 6th)
Mazepin 14.5 (best result: 7th)
Kubica 6 (best result: 7th)
by Meatwad 12 Sep 2021, 19:37
At Monza, the top three in the sprint race consists of Norris, Sainz and Giovinazzi. Norris and Sainz were also the top two in the race itself (the former had the fastest lap), Stroll climbed to third place.

2021 (After fourteen races):

Norris 281 (8 wins, 3 2nd)
Sainz 239 (2 wins, 8 2nd)
Gasly 177 (2 wins, 2 2nd, 5 3rd)
Ocon 147.5 (1 win, 1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Stroll 132 (4 3rd)
Tsunoda 102 (2 3rd)
Giovinazzi 95 (best result: 3 5th)
Russell 90.5 (1 win)
Latifi 54 (best result: 4th)
Schumacher 39 (best result: 6th)
Mazepin 14.5 (best result: 7th)
Kubica 10 (best result: 7th)

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests