The place for alternate championships that use real results as a base of forming alternative results, driver careers, and games in general
by Bleu 08 Jun 2010, 11:28
It has been felt that it's boring that same drivers are winning over and over. Therefore the decision is that all previous world champions have been removed from the results. This is being done from the beginning. 1950 season is as usual but from 1951 season Giuseppe Farina is removed.

Early seasons had also two other changes
- Data on fastest laps was mostly not complete, so no point is awarded.
- In shared drivers, if one driver is former champion and other not, non-champion gets full points for that position.
- Dropped scores result as it was in that season.

So here we go, 1951 season!

Juan Manuel Fangio 28 points (3 wins, 2 2nds)
Alberto Ascari 28 points (3 wins)
Jose Froilan Gonzalez 24 points (1 win)
Luigi Villoresi 17 points (1 2nd)
Piero Taruffi 10 points (1 2nd)
Lee Wallard 8 points (1 win)
Mike Nazaruk 6 points (1 2nd)
Emmanuel de Graffenried 5 points (1 4th)
Reg Parnell 5 points (1 4th)
Luigi Fagioli 4 points (1 win)
Louis Rosier 4 points (1 3rd)
Consalvo Sanesi 4 points (1 3rd)
Yves Giraud-Cabantous 3 points (1 4th)
Andy Linden 3 points (1 4th)
Jack McGrath 2 points (1 3rd)
Manny Ayulo 2 points (1 3rd)
Louis Chiron 2 points (1 5th)
Andre Pilette 2 points (1 5th)
Bobby Ball 2 points (1 5th)

The end result was quite confusing. Only four best result count and without those dropped scores, Ascari would have won. In the races that counted, he had three wins agains two of Fangio. But, Fangio had one shared one with Fagioli so he had three in total. With more 2nd places, he won the title.

I've done most of these actually, just going to reveal one or two every weekday from now on.

1952 season next, without Farina again. Fangio didn't drive in that season anyway due to injury.
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by Bleu 09 Jun 2010, 06:12
1952

Alberto Ascari 32 points (6 wins)
Piero Taruffi 24 points (1 win, 2 2nds, 1 3rd)
Robert Manzon 13 points (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Rudi Fischer 12 points (2 2nds)
Mike Hawthorn 12 points (3 3rds)
Luigi Villoresi 10 points (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Troy Ruttman 8 points (1 win)
Jean Behra 7 points (1 3rd)
Jose Froilan Gonzalez 6 points (1 2nd)
Jim Rathmann 6 points (1 2nd)
Maurice Trintignant 5 points (1 4th)
Sam Hanks 4 points (1 3rd)
Alan Brown 4 points (2 5ths)
Ken Wharton 3 points (1 4th)
Duane Carter 3 points (1 4th)
Paul Frere 3 points (1 4th)
Dennis Poore 3 points (1 4th)
Felice Bonetto 3 points (1 4th)
Art Cross 2 points (1 5th)
Peter Collins 2 points (1 5th)
Eric Thompson 2 points (1 5th)
Roger Laurent 2 points (1 5th)
Andre Simon 2 points (1 5th)

1953 next, this time without Farina, Fangio and Ascari who incidentally were top three drivers of the year!
by watka 09 Jun 2010, 18:35
This is going to be real interesting! Keep up the good work.

Watka - you know, the swimming horses guy
by Bleu 10 Jun 2010, 05:42
1953
Mike Hawthorn 30 points (3 wins, 1 2nd)
Luigi Villoresi 28 points (3 wins, 1 3rd)
Jose Froilan Gonzalez 24 points (2 wins*, 2 2nds)
Felice Bonetto 20 points (1 win*, 2 2nds, 1 3rd)
Emmanuel de Graffenried 15 points (3 3rds)
Maurice Trintignant 10 points (1 3rd)
Bill Vukovich 8 points (1 win)
Art Cross 6 points (1 2nd)
Onofre Marimon 6 points (1 2nd)
Hermann Lang 4 points (1 3rd)
Louis Rosier 4 points (2 5ths)
Ken Wharton 4 points (2 5ths)
Oscar Galvez 3 points (1 4th)
Prince Bira 3 points (1 4th)
Stirling Moss 3 points (1 4th)
Roberto Mieres 3 points (1 4th)
Sam Hanks 2 points (1 3rd*)
Duane Carter 2 points (1 3rd*)
Jean Behra 2 points (1 5th)
Jack McGrath 2 points (1 5th)
Jacques Swaters 2 points (1 5th)
Fred Agabashian 1,5 points (1 4th*)
Paul Russo 1,5 points (1 4th*)
Sergio Mantovani 1 point (1 5th*)
Luigi Musso 1 point (1 5th*)

* notes shared drive.

So it was Hawthorn (actually 4th) who won the title. It was close and Hawthorn did just what was needed in the final round - finish 2nd behind Villoresi.
by Bleu 10 Jun 2010, 11:14
1954

Jose Froilan Gonzalez 36 points (5 wins*)
Maurice Trintignant 28 points (1 win, 2 2nds)
Karl Kling 18 points (1 win, 2 3rds)
Roberto Mieres 13 points (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Hans Herrmann 12 points (2 2nds)
Bill Vukovich 8 points (1 win)
Luigi Musso 8 points (1 win)
Prince Bira 8 points (1 3rd)
Jimmy Bryan 6 points (1 2nd)
Stirling Moss 6 points (1 2nd)
Robert Manzon 6 points (1 2nd)
Onofre Marimon 6 points (1 2nd)
Sergio Mantovani 6 points (2 4ths)
Umberto Maglioli 4 points (1 win*)
Elie Bayol 4 points (1 3rd)
Jack McGrath 4 points (1 3rd)
Harry Schell 3 points (1 4th)
Andre Pilette 3 points (1 4th)
Luigi Villoresi 3 points (1 4th)
Fred Wacker 3 points (1 4th)
Paco Godia 3 points (1 4th)
Mike Nazaruk 2 points (1 5th)
Jean Behra 2 points (1 5th)
Piero Taruffi 2 points (1 5th)
Ken Wharton 2 points (1 5th)
Peter Collins 2 points (1 5th)
Louis Rosier 2 points (1 5th)
Troy Ruttman 1,5 points (1 4th)
Duane Carter 1,5 points (1 4th)

Argentina gets second world champion.
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by Bleu 11 Jun 2010, 07:29
1955

Stirling Moss 25,33 points (3 wins, 1 3rd*)
Maurice Trintignant 19 points (2 wins)
Eugenio Castellotti 17 points (2 2nds)
Piero Taruffi 12 points (1 win, 1 3rd)
Luigi Musso 11 points (1 2nd)
Jean Behra 11 points (2 3rds)
Roberto Mieres 9 points (2 3rds*)
Bob Sweikert 8 points (1 win)
Umberto Maglioli 8 points (1 2nd)
Karl Kling 7,33 points (1 2nd, 1 3rd*)
Paul Frere 6 points (1 2nd)
Jimmy Davies 4 points (1 3rd)
Tony Bettenhausen 3 points (1 2nd*)
Paul Russo 3 points (1 2nd*)
Luigi Villoresi 3 points (1 4th)
Johnny Thomson 3 points (1 4th)
Carlos Menditeguy 3 points (1 4th)
Cesare Perdisa 2 points (1 3rd*)
Louis Chiron 2 points (1 5th)
Hans Herrmann 1,33 points (1 3rd*)
Harry Schell 1 point (1 5th*)
Walt Faulkner 1 point (1 5th*)
Bill Homeier 1 point (1 5th*)

No words.
by Bleu 11 Jun 2010, 11:50
1956

Peter Collins 36 (5 wins*)
Jean Behra 30 (1 win, 3 2nds, 1 3rd)
Eugenio Castellotti 10 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Paco Godia 10 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Luigi Musso 8 (1 win)
Pat Flaherty 8 (1 win)
Cesare Perdisa 7 (1 3rd)
Jack Fairman 7 (1 3rd)
Sam Hanks 6 (1 2nd)
Paul Frere 6 (1 2nd)
Ron Flockhart 6 (1 2nd)
Alfonso de Portago 4 (1 win*)
Don Freeland 4 (1 3rd)
Luigi Villoresi 4 (2 5ths)
Olivier Gendebien 3 (1 4th)
Hernando da Silva Ramos 3 (1 4th)
Johnnie Parsons 3 (1 4th)
Harry Schell 3 (1 4th)
Horace Gould 3 (1 4th)
Chico Landi 2 (1 3rd*)
Gerino Gerini 2 (1 3rd*)
Dick Rathmann 2 (1 5th)
Luigi Piotti 2 (1 5th)
Alberto Uria 1 (1 5th*)
Oscar Gonzalez 1 (1 5th*)
Elie Bayol 1 (1 5th*)
Andre Pilette 1 (1 5th*)
by watka 11 Jun 2010, 20:16
This was the championship that Collins deserved. It was a shame he never really had another chance to win the actual championship after 1956.

Watka - you know, the swimming horses guy
by Bleu 14 Jun 2010, 06:32
1957

Luigi Musso 24 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Harry Schell 24 (1 win, 1 2nd, 3 3rds of which one shared)
Tony Brooks 21 (2 wins)
Masten Gregory 21 (3 2nds)
Jean Behra 18 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Wolfgang von Trips 9 (1 win)
Sam Hanks 8 (1 win)
Stuart Lewis-Evans 8 (2 3rds)
Maurice Trintignant 7 (1 3rd)
Carlos Menditeguy 6 (1 2nd)
Jim Rathmann 6 (1 2nd)
Jack Brabham 5,5 (1 shared 4th)
Giorgio Scarlatti 5 (1 shared 3rd)
Jimmy Bryan 4 (1 3rd)
Alfonso de Portago 3 (1 4th)
Paul Russo 3 (1 4th)
Roy Salvadori 3 (1 4th)
Andy Linden 2 (1 5th)
Bob Gerard 2 (1 5th)
Mike McDowell 1,5 (1 shared 4th)
Cesare Perdisa 1 (1 shared 5th)

And it's close!
by Bleu 15 Jun 2010, 06:10
1958

Harry Schell 29 (1 win, 1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Tony Brooks 26 (3 wins)
Roy Salvadori 23 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Jean Behra 20 (1 win, 2 2nd)
Stuart Lewis-Evans 20 (1 win, 2 2nd)
Jack Brabham 19 (2 2nd)
Phil Hill 18 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Wolfgang von Trips 15 (1 win, 1 3rd)
Maurice Trintignant 12 (1 win, 1 3rd)
Cliff Allison 12 (1 3rd)
Jo Bonnier 9 (1 2nd)
Jimmy Bryan 8 (1 win)
George Amick 6 (1 2nd))
Masten Gregory 5 (1 3rd*)
Carlos Menditeguy 4 (1 3rd)
Johnny Boyd 4 (1 3rd)
Paco Godia 3 (1 4th)
Tony Bettenhausen 3 (1 4th)
Carroll Shelby 2 (1 3rd*)
Horace Gould 2 (1 5th)
Jim Rathmann 2 (1 5th)
Olivier Gendebien 2 (1 5th)
Gerino Gerini 2 (1 5th)
Graham Hill 2 (1 5th)

Becoming even stranger you might say.
by Bleu 16 Jun 2010, 06:04
1959
Jack Brabham 35 (2 wins, 2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Tony Brooks 26 (2 wins, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Phil Hill 21 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Maurice Trintignant 21 (1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Bruce McLaren 18 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Dan Gurney 16 (2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Masten Gregory 14 (1 win, 1 3rd)
Jo Bonnier 10 (1 win)
Rodger Ward 8 (1 win)
Jim Rathmann 6 (1 2nd)
Roy Salvadori 6 (2 4th)
Innes Ireland 5 (1 4th)
Olivier Gendebien 5 (1 4th)
Johnny Thomson 4 (1 3rd)
Tony Bettenhausen 3 (1 4th)
Cliff Allison 3 (1 4th)
Paul Goldsmith 2 (1 5th)
Jean Behra 2 (1 5th)
Ron Flockhart 2 (1 5th)

We have actual world champion here, so not surprising that he won. For 1960 the point system is changed with 1 point awarded to the 6th placed driver.
by Bleu 16 Jun 2010, 11:27
1960
Bruce McLaren 44 (4 wins, 2 2nd)
Innes Ireland 26 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Phil Hill 22 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Olivier Gendebien 15 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Wolfgang von Trips 14 (2 3rd)
Jim Clark 12 (1 2nd)
Richie Ginther 11 (1 2nd)
Tony Brooks 10 (1 3rd)
Jim Rathmann 8 (1 win)
John Surtees 8 (1 win)
Graham Hill 7 (1 2nd)
Jo Bonnier 7 (1 3rd)
Cliff Allison 6 (1 2nd)
Rodger Ward 6 (1 2nd)
Henry Taylor 6 (1 3rd)
Maurice Trintignant 4 (1 3rd)
Paul Goldsmith 4 (1 3rd)
Willy Mairesse 4 (1 3rd)
Carlos Menditeguy 3 (1 4th)
Don Branson 3 (1 4th)
Giulio Cabianca 3 (1 4th)
Johnny Thomson 2 (1 5th)
Lucien Bianchi 2 (1 5th)
Ron Flockhart 2 (1 5th)
Jim Hall 2 (1 5th)
Eddie Johnson 1 (1 6th)
Carel Godin de Beaufort 1 (1 6th)
Hans Herrmann 1 (1 6th)
Roy Salvadori 1 (1 6th)
by TomWazzleshaw 16 Jun 2010, 11:48
Bleu wrote:Bruce McLaren 44 (4 wins, 2 2nd)

I approve of this :mrgreen:

Biscione wrote:"Some Turkemenistani gulag repurposed for residential use" is the best way yet I've heard to describe North / East Glasgow.
by Bleu 18 Jun 2010, 06:45
1961
Wolfgang von Trips 37 (3 wins, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Phil Hill 36 (2 wins, 3 2nd)
Dan Gurney 23 (3 2nd)
Richie Ginther 21 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Jim Clark 13 (3 3rd)
Innes Ireland 12 (1 win)
Giancarlo Baghetti 9 (1 win)
Tony Brooks 7 (1 3rd)
John Surtees 7 (1 4th)
Graham Hill 6 (1 4th)
Jo Bonnier 6 (1 4th)
Jackie Lewis 4 (1 3rd)
Roy Salvadori 4 (2 5th)
Olivier Gendebien 3 (1 4th)
Maurice Trintignant 2 (1 5th)
Cliff Allison 1 (1 6th)
Carel Godin de Beaufort 1 (1 6th)

Poor Phil Hill. He actually outscored von Trips 42-37 but had to drop one second place.
by tommykl 18 Jun 2010, 11:24
Bleu wrote:1961
Wolfgang von Trips 37 (3 wins, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)

Von Trips took the posthumous crown, and got the championship he deserved.

Bleu wrote:1961
Poor Phil Hill. He actually outscored von Trips 42-37 but had to drop one second place.

By the way, the whole had to drop a place thing also happened in 1988, where Prost scored more points than Senna, but to drop some, leaving Senna the win.

kevinbotz wrote:Cantonese is a completely nonsensical f*cking alien language masquerading as some grossly bastardised form of Chinese

Gonzo wrote:Wasn't there some sort of communisim in the East part of Germany?
by Bleu 21 Jun 2010, 07:47
1962
Graham Hill 42 (4 wins, 1 2nd)
Jim Clark 30 (3 wins)
John Surtees 21 (2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Tony Maggs 19 (2 2nd)
Phil Hill 17 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Dan Gurney 17 (1 win, 2 3rd)
Richie Ginther 12 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Trevor Taylor 7 (1 2nd)
Lorenzo Bandini 6 (1 2nd)
Giancarlo Baghetti 6 (2 4th)
Jo Bonnier 6 (1 4th)
Willy Mairesse 5 (1 3rd)
Innes Ireland 5 (1 3rd)
Ricardo Rodriguez 5 (1 4th)
Masten Gregory 5 (1 4th)
Carel Godin de Beaufort 4 (1 5th)
Neville Lederle 3 (1 4th)
Maurice Trintignant 1 (1 6th)
John Love 1 (1 6th)
by Bleu 23 Jun 2010, 06:09
1963
Jim Clark 54 (7 wins, 2 2nd)
Richie Ginther 38 (2 wins, 2 2nd, 2 3rd)
John Surtees 25 (1 win, 2 2nd, 1 3rd)
Dan Gurney 25 (3 2nd, 1 3rd)
Tony Maggs 16 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Jo Bonnier 16 (1 3rd)
Lorenzo Bandini 11 (2 3rd)
Innes Ireland 7 (1 3rd)
Jim Hall 6 (2 5th)
Carel Godin de Beaufort 5 (1 4th)
Trevor Taylor 4 (1 4th)
Jo Siffert 3 (1 4th)
Gerhard Mitter 3 (1 4th)
Chris Amon 3 (1 5th)
Peter Broeker 2 (1 5th)
Hap Sharp 2 (1 5th)
Ludovico Scarfiotti 1 (1 6th)
Maurice Trintignant 1 (1 6th)
by thehemogoblin 23 Jun 2010, 08:38
Aerond wrote:I wonder what will happen when we reach the 80s!!!!!


I'm really interested in the 2000s, when Schumacher dominated. He's probably going to get his title in 1994 or 1995, leaving five or six orphaned titles.
by Bleu 23 Jun 2010, 11:56
1964
John Surtees 51 (5 wins, 1 2nd)
Richie Ginther 36 (2 wins, 1 2nd, 3 3rd)
Lorenzo Bandini 32 (1 win, 3 2nd, 1 3rd)
Dan Gurney 24 (2 wins, 1 2nd)
Peter Arundell 20 (3 2nd)
Jo Siffert 12 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Bob Anderson 12 (1 3rd)
Phil Hill 9 (1 3rd)
Mike Spence 7 (1 4th)
Trevor Taylor 6 (1 3rd)
Jo Bonnier 6 (1 3rd)
Innes Ireland 6 (1 4th)
Mike Hailwood 5 (1 4th)
Tony Maggs 5 (1 4th)
Chris Amon 4 (1 3rd)
Giancarlo Baghetti 3 (1 4th)
Maurice Trintignant 3 (1 4th)
Walt Hansgen 3 (1 4th)
Pedro Rodriguez 2 (1 5th)
by Pieman 23 Jun 2010, 13:28
thehemogoblin wrote:I'm really interested in the 2000s, when Schumacher dominated. He's probably going to get his title in 1994 or 1995, leaving five or six orphaned titles.


Having taken a quick look at the tables, I'd guess at Schumacher winning in 1992! This will be very interesting to follow - keep up the good work Bleu.

Forza Forti
by Bleu 24 Jun 2010, 10:06
1965
Jackie Stewart 48 (4 wins, 2 2nd)
Dan Gurney 40 (2 wins, 3 2nd, 1 3rd)
Mike Spence 31 (2 wins, 2 3rd)
Lorenzo Bandini 27 (1 win, 1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Jo Siffert 21 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Richie Ginther 20 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Denny Hulme 13 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Jo Bonnier 13 (1 3rd)
Jochen Rindt 10 (1 2nd)
Pedro Rodriguez 4 (1 3rd)
Paul Hawkins 4 (1 4th)
Richard Attwood 4 (1 4th)
Bob Anderson 3 (1 5th)
Piet de Klerk 2 (1 5th)
Frank Gardner 2 (1 5th)
Masten Gregory 2 (1 5th)
Ronnie Bucknum 2 (1 5th)
Tony Maggs 1 (1 6th)

So, we have a driver becoming champion much earlier. The season looks closer than it actually was - Gurney took win and second in last two races but the championship had already been gone.
by tommykl 24 Jun 2010, 10:25
Stewart becoming a champion this early makes a for a very exciting prospect.

kevinbotz wrote:Cantonese is a completely nonsensical f*cking alien language masquerading as some grossly bastardised form of Chinese

Gonzo wrote:Wasn't there some sort of communisim in the East part of Germany?
by Bleu 28 Jun 2010, 07:56
1966
Jochen Rindt 35 (3 wins, 2 3rd)
Denny Hulme 28 (2 wins, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Lorenzo Bandini 27 (1 win, 3 2nd)
Mike Parkes 15 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Mike Spence 11 (1 win)
Dan Gurney 11 (2 3rd)
Richie Ginther 10 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Ludovico Scarfiotti 9 (1 win)
Peter Arundell 9 (1 3rd)
Bob Bondurant 8 (1 2nd)
John Taylor 8 (2 4th)
Jo Bonnier 7 (1 3rd)
Jo Siffert 6 (1 2nd)
Chris Irwin 4 (1 3rd)
Guy Ligier 3 (1 5th)
Bob Anderson 2 (2 6th)
Ronnie Bucknum 1 (1 6th)

Another "early" champion. The number of finishing cars was small throughout the season, only four sixth places were awarded. At Monaco, only two finished.
by Bleu 29 Jun 2010, 10:50
1967
Denny Hulme 76 (8 wins, 1 3rd)
Chris Amon 38 (5 2nd, 1 3rd)
Mike Spence 27 (1 win, 1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Pedro Rodriguez 26 (1 win, 3 3rd)
Dan Gurney 15 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Jo Siffert 15 (2 2nd)
Chris Irwin 11 (1 3rd)
Jo Bonnier 10 (2 3rd)
John Love 6 (1 2nd)
Jacky Ickx 6 (1 2nd)
Jean-Pierre Beltoise 6 (2 4th)
Bob Anderson 5 (1 4th)
Mike Parkes 4 (1 3rd)
Ludovico Scarfiotti 3 (1 4th)
Guy Ligier 3 (1 4th)
David Hobbs 3 (1 5th)
Jonathan Williams 2 (1 5th)
Alan Rees 1 (1 6th)

NZ drivers take 1-2 in championship.
by Bleu 30 Jun 2010, 07:24
1968
Jacky Ickx 38 (2 wins, 2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Pedro Rodriguez 36 (2 wins, 3 2nd)
Jean-Pierre Beltoise 25 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd, 1 4th, 1 5th, 1 6th)
Jo Siffert 24 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Chris Amon 18 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Piers Courage 15 (3 3rd)
Jackie Oliver 14 (1 win, 1 3rd)
Vic Elford 14 (2 2nd)
Richard Attwood 13 (1 win)
Dan Gurney 12 (1 win)
Ludovico Scarfiotti 10 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Brian Redman 9 (1 win)
Johnny Servoz-Gavin 9 (1 win)
Lucien Bianchi 9 (1 2nd)
Jo Bonnier 6 (1 3rd)
John Love 3 (1 4th)
Silvio Moser 3 (1 4th)
Hubert Hahne 2 (1 5th)
Henri Pescarolo 1 (1 6th)

Maximum points for the season = 90. And no one is getting even half of that. Amon's victory happened already in the first race, and there were some other quite obscure winners in this season. I also found Beltoise's results so nice that had to mention them all.
by tommykl 30 Jun 2010, 07:28
An obscure driver is unrejectified (Silvio Moser), Chris Amon wins a race, Jacky Ickx takes the championship...

THE WORLD IS COMING TO AN EEEEEEEEEEEEEND!!!!!

kevinbotz wrote:Cantonese is a completely nonsensical f*cking alien language masquerading as some grossly bastardised form of Chinese

Gonzo wrote:Wasn't there some sort of communisim in the East part of Germany?
by Bleu 30 Jun 2010, 10:32
1969
Jean-Pierre Beltoise 64 (5 wins, 3 2nd, 3 3rd)
Jo Siffert 43 (3 wins, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Piers Courage 34 (3 wins, 1 2nd)
Vic Elford 18 (2 2nd)
Pedro Rodriguez 14 (1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Jackie Oliver 10 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Johnny Servoz-Gavin 9 (1 2nd)
Silvio Moser 8 (2 3rd)
Chris Amon 6 (1 2nd)
Pete Lovely 6 (1 3rd)
Richard Attwood 4 (1 3rd)
Sam Tingle 3 (1 4th)
John Miles 2 (1 5th)

Again, the season where very little cars finished throughout. Only once top six placings were all awarded, and on top of all, at Spain only Jean-Pierre Beltoise finished the race!
by watka 30 Jun 2010, 19:38
Bleu wrote:1968
Jacky Ickx 38 (2 wins, 2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Pedro Rodriguez 36 (2 wins, 3 2nd)
Jean-Pierre Beltoise 25 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd, 1 4th, 1 5th, 1 6th)
Jo Siffert 24 (1 win, 1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Chris Amon 18 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Piers Courage 15 (3 3rd)
Jackie Oliver 14 (1 win, 1 3rd)
Vic Elford 14 (2 2nd)
Richard Attwood 13 (1 win)
Dan Gurney 12 (1 win)
Ludovico Scarfiotti 10 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Brian Redman 9 (1 win)
Johnny Servoz-Gavin 9 (1 win)
Lucien Bianchi 9 (1 2nd)
Jo Bonnier 6 (1 3rd)
John Love 3 (1 4th)
Silvio Moser 3 (1 4th)
Hubert Hahne 2 (1 5th)
Henri Pescarolo 1 (1 6th)

Maximum points for the season = 90. And no one is getting even half of that. Amon's victory happened already in the first race, and there were some other quite obscure winners in this season. I also found Beltoise's results so nice that had to mention them all.


WHO THE HELL IS BRIAN REDMAN?!?

Watka - you know, the swimming horses guy
by Bleu 01 Jul 2010, 06:58
1970
Clay Regazzoni 54 (6 wins)
Chris Amon 40 (1 win, 4 2nd)
Pedro Rodriguez 38 (1 win, 2 2nd, 3 3rd)
Henri Pescarolo 36 (1 win, 2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Rolf Stommelen 24 (3 2nd)
Emerson Fittipaldi 21 (2 wins)
John Miles 17 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Francois Cevert 13 (2 3rd)
Mario Andretti 9 (1 win)
Ronnie Peterson 9 (1 3rd)
Jo Siffert 8 (1 4th)
Johnny Servoz-Gavin 6 (1 2nd)
Ignazio Giunti 6 (1 3rd)
Jackie Oliver 6 (2 4th)
John Love 4 (1 3rd)
Dan Gurney 4 (1 3rd)
Reine Wisell 4 (1 3rd)
Peter Gethin 3 (1 4th)
Andrea de Adamich 2 (1 5th)
Derek Bell 2 (1 5th)
Peter de Klerk 1 (1 6th)

So champion has nothing else but wins. And we got actual reject winning the race!
by Bleu 01 Jul 2010, 12:38
1971
Ronnie Peterson 47 (3 wins, 2 2nd, 2 3rd)
Francois Cevert 38 (3 wins, 2 3rd)
Emerson Fittipaldi 26 (4 2nd)
Jo Siffert 25 (1 win, 1 2nd, 2 3rd)
Pedro Rodriguez 17 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Chris Amon 17 (1 win, 1 3rd)
Reine Wisell 17 (1 2nd, 1 3rd)
Mario Andretti 15 (1 win, 1 2nd)
Peter Gethin 15 (1 win)
Howden Ganley 11 (2 4th)
Henri Pescarolo 10 (1 3rd)
Tim Schenken 10 (1 3rd)
Rolf Stommelen 9 (1 3rd)
Mark Donohue 6 (1 2nd)
Brian Redman 3 (1 4th)
Mike Hailwood 3 (1 4th)
Gijs van Lennep 2 (1 5th)
David Hobbs 1 (1 6th)

Rodrigurz died during the season - he was joint leader in the championship at that point.

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