The place for alternate championships that use real results as a base of forming alternative results, driver careers, and games in general
by Rob Dylan 26 May 2021, 10:04
Allow me to ruin your day. It's the most absurd version of Formula 1 I can think of. It is

Formula 1 Fever Dream!

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It's very simple! In fact, no it isn't. What I have done is collect as many points systems from racing series, games and other related sports together into a big RNG pile. Then before every single race I will roll the dice, and that points system will be used for that race. It could be anything, from Superbikes to NASCAR to Mario Kart. Each race will have a completely different meaning for the championship, as nobody knows beforehand whether the winner will receive 1 point or 6,100.

There will be twists and turns at every corner. Each season may also have bonus points, MEDALS, chase/play-offs, double points, discounted races, everything! It's absolutely EVERYTHING I can think of in motorsport shoved together in a wonderful hideous recreation of the sport we love.

This will be done slowly I assure you.




Basic rules of priority:
- Normally, whoever has the most points at the end of the season wins, UNLESS it has been specifically decided that the least points wins.
- If someone has a medal, that trumps any wins, UNLESS that person is not in the chase/playoffs, which means they are ineligible to win the championship.

Every points system I could think of
1. European Championship 1931-1939
2. F1 1950-1959
3. F1 1960
4. F1 1961
5. F1 1962-1990
6. F1 1991-2002
7. F1 2003-2009
8. F1 2010-2018
9. F1 2014
10. F1 2019-present
11. F1 2021 sprint races
12. MotoGP 1949
13. MotoGP 1950-1968
14. MotoGP 1969-1975
15. MotoGP 1976-1987
16. MotoGP 1988-1991
17. MotoGP 1992
18. MotoGP 1993-present
19. AAA 4-2-1
20. AAA 1909-1929 (points decided by race distance)
21. AAA 1916 (points decided by race distance)
22. AAA 1930-1936 (points decided by race distance)
23. AAA 1937-1941 (points decided by race distance)
24. AAA/USAC 1956-1977 (points decided by race distance)
25. USAC 1978-1980 (points decided by race distance)
26. CART 1981-1982 (points decided by race distance)
27. ICWS 1983
28. CART 1984-2003
29. CCWS 2004-2008
30. IRL 1996 (with the rounds 1-3 multiplier)
31. IRL 1997 (without the multiplier)
32. IRL 1998-2003
33. ICS 2004-2012
34. ICS 2013-present
35. Indy 500 2010-2013 qualifying
36. Indy 500 2013 Iowa
37. Indy 500 2014 Saturday
38. Indy 500 2014 Sunday
39. Indy 500 2016-2017
40. Indy 500 2018-present
41. ARCA 2009-2018
42. NZ Touring Cars.
43. Mario Kart (original)
44. Mario Kart (Double Dash & DS)
45. Mario Kart Wii
46. Mario Kart 7
47. Mario Kart 8
48. British Superbikes
49. NASCAR 1949-1951 (with RNG on prize money/points)
50. NASCAR 1952-1967 (with RNG on prize money/points)
51. NASCAR 1968-1971 (race distance)
52. NASCAR 1972 (please never give me this one)
53. NASCAR 1973 (nor this one)
54. NASCAR 1975-2003
55. NASCAR 2004-2006
56. NASCAR 2007-2010
57. NASCAR 2011-2015
58. NASCAR 2016
59. Tour de France (+ quali is time trial)
60. Eurovision points
61. Forza Horizon
62. Jet Moto
63. The winner receives the points of the place they were classified in.
64. Original F-Zero points-by-lap
65. F-Zero X
66. Superleague Formula Race
67. Superleague Formula Super Final
68. GP2 Sprint race 2005-2011
69. GP2/F2 Sprint race 2012-present
70. 1988 Superbikes
71. current Supercars Bathurst
72. current Supercars Two-Race
73. current Supercars SuperSprint
74. 2002 Aus V8 Supercars
75. 2005 Aus V8 Supercars
76. 2006 Aus V8 Supercars
77. 2007 Aus V8 Supercars
78. 2021 S5000 Australia
79. Tennis ATP rankings points
80. UCI World Tour (RNG for category)
81. Junior category 20-15-12... (https://www.autosport.com/wrc/news/wrc- ... 5/4434535/)
82. Cross-Country Skiing (mystery box)
83. WEC 2012-2018 (0.5 points)
84. World Marathon Majors
85. A1GP 10-9-8-...
86. It's the European Championship except it goes to 7 instead of 8.
87. The winner gets one point and that's it
88. Leistungsprinzip
89. Interserie
90. FIS Alpine Skiing
91. 63 but reverse (so Karthikeyan gets 1 points in 2011 Valencia)
92. https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/661875978036969473/871777020776947762/unknown.png
93. https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/780839437176143902/882929413967208488/unknown.png



A list of possible bonuses to receive for each race
1. 2009: the winner gets a medal.
2. 2014 Abu Dhabi: double points!
3. AOWR (but which one?)
4. 2011 Twin Race in Texas: half-points
5. Non-championship round.
6. F2 / FE / WRC Power Stage / Superbike Superpole
7. We count quali or practice instead of the race)
8. Intermediate sprint! (negated if already cycling)
9. Reverse those points!
10. Just randomise the result lol
11. Arbitrary driver filtering! (age/nationality/team/number...)



So yes, you can probably guess that anyone from Troy Ruttman to Narain Karthikeyan is perfectly capable of winning championships. I hope you enjoy the ride!

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If anyone has further suggestions for points systems, just post them here or message me on the Discord.



List of Drivers Champions:
1950: Juan Manuel Fangio Image
1951: Alberto Ascari Image
1952: Alberto Ascari (2) Image
1953: Mike Hawthorn Image
1954: Juan Manuel Fangio (2) Image
1955: Bob Sweikert Image
1956: Stirling Moss Image
1957: Juan Manuel Fangio (3) Image
1958: Cliff Allison Image

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 UncreativeUsername37 26 May 2021, 20:34
Points systems:
I know there are some F3, WRC, and I think WSC seasons that used 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1.
FIS Cross-Country World Cup Individual
FIS Cross-Country World Cup Nordic Opening
FIS Cross-Country World Cup Relay individual
UCI World Tour 2018 Cat 1
UCI World Tour 2018 Cat 2
UCI World Tour 2018 Cat 3
UCI World Tour 2018 Cat 4
UCI World Tour 2018 Cat 5
World Endurance Championship (same as F1 2010-18 except classified outside top 10 gets half a point)
World Marathon Majors

Bonuses:
Formula 2 (Pole 4, FL 2)
Formula E 2014/15-15/16 (Pole 3, FL 2)
Formula E 2016/17-18/19 (Pole 3, FL 1)
Intermediate sprint: Leader halfway (or on random lap?) gets Tour de France's I-sprint points
WRC Power Stage (time of last lap worth 3-2-1, though probably won't be possible without something Forix-esque)
WRC Power Stage (5-4-3-2-1)

Rob Dylan wrote:Mercedes paying homage to the other W12 chassis by breaking down 30 minutes in
by Rob Dylan 28 May 2021, 10:03
Thank you, all have been added :D I will publish the results of race 1 shortly.

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 Rob Dylan 28 May 2021, 11:28
So it happened!

1950 went ahead and it was horrible. We're only three rounds in and we've already used NZ Touring Cars, 2006 Australian V8 SuperCars system, and the 2011-2015 NASCAR system (with Superbike SuperPole points).

Despite two dominating wins from the Maserati drivers, neither Fangio nor Farina are winning the championship. Instead, Brit Bob Gerard has an 18 point lead. Is that a big lead? Who knows!

After various RNGs (check Discord) only the top four results will count towards the championship. The Indy 500 did not take away enough points to truly rock the championship, but should the unlikely event occur that the lowest score wins, then Bayliss Levrett and Bill Cantrell are technically leading at the moment!

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Come the end of the season I'll explain all the scores so that it makes sense to everyone. I'm keeping notes here.

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 Aislabie 28 May 2021, 16:58
Rob Dylan wrote:Despite two dominating wins from the Maserati drivers, neither Fangio nor Farina are winning the championship.

Wait - Maserati drivers?
by Bleu 29 May 2021, 19:54
Was early A1GP system (10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1) included used somewhere else?
by Rob Dylan 30 May 2021, 17:41
Aislabie wrote:
Rob Dylan wrote:Despite two dominating wins from the Maserati drivers, neither Fangio nor Farina are winning the championship.

Wait - Maserati drivers?
Unfortunately this is not alt-F1, but that does NOT mean that Bira can't win two championships :pantano:

Bleu wrote:Was early A1GP system (10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1) included used somewhere else?
It is now included in the list!

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 Rob Dylan 08 Jun 2021, 15:23
1950

So 1950 was a weird year already. Before it started, it was announced that there would be dropped scores from three races, so coincidentally the same as the real 1950 season. In the end, not too many people scored often, so only the French round, run under Eurovision points, had dropped scores. Before I get into all the actual reasoning behind all the scores, let's look at the championship standings and then I'll dissect them.

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Notes:
- No playoffs for this season
- Britain was run under NZ Touring Cars, with no bonus points, whilst Fry and Shawe-Taylor earned full points each for their shared drive.
- Monaco was run under 2006 Australian V8 SuperCars and the Second 3-race format of that season (107 points for Fangio). No bonus points.
- The Indy 500 was run under the 2011-2015 NASCAR system of equalised points for every track. Superbike SuperPole points bonus, with full points for shared drives.
- Switzerland was run under the Jet Moto system, with no bonuses.
- Belgium was again run under 2006 Australian V8 SuperCars, except with the First 3-race format of that season (64 points for Fangio)
- France was run under the Eurovision Song Contest points. As Fagioli was the highest-placed Eurovision participant, Italy was deemed to win and all Italians would score 12 points. Britain came second and France third. Half-points for shared drives, and no bonuses.
- Italy was run under the Mario Kart 8 points system, with no bonus and full points for shared drives.

Therefore, Farina had the lead after a hefty points haul from Britain. However, the biggest points haul went to Fangio whilst Farina didn't get anything, and so Bob Gerard, who had been the most consistent of the lot, took the championship lead for three rounds. However, Fangio really was the most consistent of them all, and even after winning nothing from his victory in France, he still won. Sure Farina had more points, but rules are rules. It was a hard-fought fight, and Juan Manuel Fangio wins the 1950 Formula 1 World Championship!

1951 up shortly :dance:

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 Rob Dylan 09 Jun 2021, 07:15
1951

So for this season I've started streamlining things. The bonus points are now clearer, so rather than having a bunch of useless ones there are now only 10, and therefore there is more chance for skämt. The chances of bonuses themselves have been increased. There is also the new rule by which every race there is a 10% chance of an arbitrary DSQ of one of the finishers, simply due to corrupt officialdom within Formula 1. Here are the results:

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And here's how it looks at the bottom:

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Notes:
- All races count for this championship. No dropped scores.
- No playoffs.
- Switzerland was run under 1950-1968 FIM, no bonus, and Claes was DSQd.
- The 500 was run under present-day Bathurst, no bonus, no DSQ.
- Belgium was run under Mario Kart Wii points, with F2 bonus points, and no DSQs.
- France was run under the European Championship system (up to 8). Therefore, everyone who didn't participate gets an automatic 8 points. FE bonus, and Mairesse was DSQd.
- Britain used specifically the 1916 version of the AAA points, run to the nearest 50 mile specification of points. But then the bonus was half points. And shared drives got half of that. No DSQ.
- Germany used 2006 V8 SuperCars with 64-62-60, making this the first repeat points system used in Fever Dream. F2 bonus points were also the first repeat bonus points. Claes was again DSQd.
- Italy was run under the 2013 Iowa Indy qualifying points system. The top three all received Bernie's special medals as a bonus. No DSQs and half-points for shared drives.
- Spain used the Vuelta a Espana stage finish points system for the UCI world tour. Then double points were added. No DSQs.



So basically the championship was turned on its head after Lee Wallard got a whopping 300 points for winning the Indy 500, and some commentators expected that he might win the overall championship as long as the other finishers scored low points. However, González ended up getting 400 points for winning in Britain, and then he too looked to be in the hot-seat for the championship. However, THEN Ascari ended up winning at home, and his bonus medal from Bernie meant that, even with 400 fewer points, he was winning on account of being the only driver with a medal. Nobody was able to get a medal in Spain, and thus Alberto Ascari is the 1951 Formula 1 world champion. So far both of the champions have been real-life champions, but in different order. Even with such randomness it's always the same people winning championships!

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 Rob Dylan 21 Jun 2021, 11:26
1952

A few more streamlining things have been added. The process is getting refined and it will continue to be refined for 1953. For example, the specificities of arbitrary penalties is being perfected (from 1953 it could be tyres, engines, that kind of thing). Let's look at 1952, another massively exciting year for all involved.

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Although the cynics in you may say "ah, how could 1952 be exciting, it must be the most dominant display in F1 history. Well, Ascari didn't win until the last moment! Farina very nearly took it from him. And Ruttman almost stole it from everyone with a cheeky 100 points at the Indy 500. The last two rounds brought massive points to anyone who finished, allowing such names as Jan Flinterman to outscore Trintignant and Behra.

Notes:
- No playoffs
- All races count
- Switzerland was 1984-2003 CART, F2 bonus, shared drives DSQd, Fischer arb DSQ, no points for ret
- 500 was 1981-1982 CART, no bonus, no arb DSQ, no points for ret
- BEL was 2011-2015 NASCAR, ICS 2004-2008 bonus, no arb DSQ, no points for ret
- FRA was 1993-present MotoGP, no bonus, shared DSQ, arb Étancelin, no ret points
- GBR was 2013-present ICS, no bonus, no ret points, arb DSQ Ascari
- GER was Mario Kart double dash, half points, arb DSQ Farina
- NED was current day SuperCars 100 points, full points shared drive, no arb DSQ, ret points! F2 bonus
- ITA was 2006 SuperCars 128 points, no arb DSQ, no ret points, FE 1-FL point
- The most points win.

Therefore Ascari wins his second world championship, and is the 1952 F1 Fever Dream Champion!

1953 to start running soon :dance:

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 UncreativeUsername37 22 Jun 2021, 03:31
The truly horrifying thing is that this is more or less a performance based championship. Better in real life = better in the alternative standings.

Rob Dylan wrote:Mercedes paying homage to the other W12 chassis by breaking down 30 minutes in
by Rob Dylan 22 Jul 2021, 09:00
1953

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This one might take a minute to explain.

So the opening round saw Ascari continue his domination with a win in Argentina. The Maseratis then proceeded to all get DSQd on home soil to the anger of the home fans. The Indy 500 ran mostly without incident. Then the Dutch Grand Prix had an unholy amount of points dished out, especially to González who got double points for his shared drives. González took the lead and was the main championship contender, as Ascari ran into bad luck when the Belgian Grand Prix results were reversed, giving André Pilette an unlikely win. Then Hawthorn stole everything in France by getting a medal in his only victory of the season. For the rest of the year he cruised away to a championship win, while Ascari, who had the second-most points, only finished 4th overall. González finished 3rd despite only completing two races all season.

Notes:
- No playoffs
- Only the best six results are counted towards the championship
- ARG used 2003-2009 F1, no bonus, arb DSQ Maserati drivers, no ret points,
- 500 used IRL 1998-2003, no bonus, no arb DSQ, no ret points
- NED used Amstel Gold UCI, no bonus, Dunlop DSQ, ret points, double points shared drive
- BEL used Superleague Formula, reverse points, no ret points, Dunlop DSQ
- FRA used AAA 1930-1936, medals, no arb dsq
- GBR used 1 point for winner, no bonus, arb DSQ Maserati
- GER used Superleague Formula Super Final, no bonus, no DSQ
- SUI used ICWS 1983, Superbike Superpole points, shared drive DSQ, no ret points
- ITA used 20-15-12 Abarth, no bonus, no arb DSQ, full points for shared drive

There Hawthorn wins his first championship, and is the 1953 F1 Fever Dream Champion!

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 Rob Dylan 31 Jul 2021, 08:00
1954

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This one was both more straightforward, but also the craziest crap I've ever had to calculate scores for. Fangio got 1000 points and a medal at the season opener, and completely dominated every race from there on in. However, what made this season unique was the first use of Playoffs in Fever Dream history. With folks like Bill Homeier joining the top 16 with four races to go, it meant that drivers like Mieres and Behra were kicked out of the chase, even though the Indy runners weren't even participating. The medals and the playoff combined so that, although he did bugger-all after the opening round, Nino Farina still finished 2nd in the championship despite not participating in a single playoff round. Likewise, the horribly complex combination of dropped scores combined with playoffs meant that Mike Hawthorn was screwed over royally by the rules to be removed from championship contention early on.


Notes:
- only the best four results count toward the championship.
- Argentina used NASCAR 1952-1967, bonus medal, superbike, no ret points, reinstated hawthorn, Gordini arb DSQd
- 500 used IRL 1998-2003, results reversed, ret points, no arb DSQ, half points for shared drives
- BEL used 2014 Indy 500 Sunday Qualifying, rets excluded, no arb DSQ, no bonus, full points for shared drives
- FRA used mario kart 8, double points, WRC rally (top 5), ret points, arb DSQ Trintignant
- GBR used points for position, no bonus, no ret points, arb DSQ Trintignant
- Playoff rules: everyone gets 2000 points, and if they already have four points positions it counts as an extra point and they have to drop scores. Then we add stage points and post-race points for finishing.
- A maximum of 1195 points were dished out before the playoffs
- GER used 2010-2018 F1, no bonus, DSQd shared drives, Rosier DSQd
- SUI used AUS V8 SuperCars 2005, rng finishing order, WRC power stage, no ret points
- ESP was ATP World Tour Rankings Grand Slam, no bonus, Pirelli runners DSQd, no ret points

In dominating fashion, Juan Manuel Fangio wins his second Fever Dream championship in 1954!

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 Rob Dylan 31 Jul 2021, 08:25
1955

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We had a big pile of complications for this season, but thankfully it was 10x more straightforward than 1954. Most of the points hauls were very small, especially in the early rounds. The exception was Indy, which lent Bob Sweikert a mountain of 1200 points and a medal. It was therefore a colossal effort for anyone to not only beat the points tally but also get a medal. It proved impossible for the regular contenders, and Sweikert sailed off to win the season. However, a late medal grasp from Piero Taruffi jumped him up from pnowhere to 2nd in the championship by the end. Good job!

Also Moss beat Fangio.

This means that, in the sixth season of Fever Dream, we have our first not-ever-f1-champion Champion in Bob Sweikert, who wins the 1955 Fever Dream Championship!


Notes:
- Most points win.
- All races count
- ARG used Indy 500 2014 Saturday, quarter points, ret points, full points for shared drives
- According to Indy 1996 rules, the sum of the points of the first four races will be multiplied by the number of races those drivers do.
- MON used IRL 1996 rules, quarter points, arb French drivers DSQd, shared drives DSQd
- Indy 500 used 1930-1936 AAA, double points, shared drives DSQd, medals, intermediate sprint (vuk-mcg-bry)
- BEL used 1983 ICWS, FE (2FL) bonus, full points shared drive, no ret points, Italian drivers arb DSQd
- NED used 20-15-12 junior, no bonus, no arb dsq
- GBR used ARCA 2009-2018, half points, Maserati Disqualified, no ret points
- ITA used current MotoGP, double points, randomised finishes, medals, ret points

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 Rob Dylan 19 Aug 2021, 07:51
1956

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1956 had yet another monumental Indy 500. Pat Flaherty jumped up to the top of the standings after his win and it looked like we would have two American F1 champions in consecutive years. Then the big change happened, and that was yet another playoff! Using the 2016 system the race winners were automatically promoted to the chase, which excluded every regular runner who had not won, just because the Indy 500 brought so many points. After that it was a straight fight for four races between Collins and Moss, as Hawthorn didn't bother to show up and Flaherty didn't either!

Stirling Moss did absolutely everything right in the final few races to stay at the head of the standings and take his first championship in 1956.

See you in 1957 :dance:

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 Rob Dylan 22 Sep 2021, 18:53
1957

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Fangio started off the season strongly with a semi-decent points haul at home. Then at Monaco, where teams and drivers were classified based on the distance of their birthplace from the principality, Ron Flockhart took a shock win with a medal that zoomed him to the top of the championship. After an Indy 500 that made no impression on the championship, there was a string of races where all the Brits were DSQd. Fangio finally got his act together at the German Grand Prix, where he earned a whopping 900 points AND a medal to take the championship lead. It was unassailable and he took his third championship, beating Alberto Ascari's joint record with him. Defending champion Stirling Moss basically didn't turn up, only bothering to win a race at the season finale after it was all basically over.

Info:
- All races count.
- ARG used 2007-2010 NASCAR, half points shared drive, no bonus, no arb DSQ, no ret points
- MON used 1969-1975 FIM, filtration bonus (team and then driver distance from Monaco, furthest first), ret points, Gregory DSQ, MEDALS
- 500 used 1988 WSBK, no bonus, Weyant DSQ
- FRA used 1952-1967 NASCAR, no bonus, ret points, all Brits DSQ, full points shared drive
- GBR used 2005 Aus V8 SuperCars, no bonus, shared drives DSQd, no arb DSQ, no ret points
- GER used AAA 1916 (300m), medal, no ret points, all Brits DSQd
- PES used NZ touring cars, no bonus, ret points, Vanwalls DSQd
- ITA used Jet Moto, no bonus, half points shared drive, no DSQ


See you in 1958 :dance:

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 Rob Dylan 23 Sep 2021, 21:10
1958

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and at the back...

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Olivier Gendebien is the hardest working driver at the back in the whole history of this series - the effort he went to to remain last in the championship - incredibly difficult when you consider that every single driver who finished 7th or worse in either of the Indy 500 or Belgian races earned around 14/15 points.

However, the championship goes instead to Cliff Allison. How, you ask? After all, Juan Manuel Fangio had the ultimate farewell season with two wins - his final at Indianapolis himself. If he wins the 24 Hours of Le Mans then I guess he gets the Triple Crown ;)

Fangio was doing really well until Mike Hawthorn, who has dominated the races themselves, managed to get about 69,000 points in the Dutch GP and propel himself to certain championship victory. However, medals will be medals, and unfortunately Cliff Allison was just that much better than Mike in getting the medal when it was necessary. There were so many dropped scores that it hurts my brains just to think of it. But yes, Cliff Allison is the 1958 Fever Dream Champion!

Notes:
- only the best 3 finishes count towards the championship
- no playoffs
- ARG used 1998-2003 IRL, double points and quali results, no arb DSQ
- MON used 2018-present Indy 500, filtered by alphabetical teams, Ferrari DSQd
- NED used F-Zero original, no bonus, no ret points, all Dunlops DSQd
- 500 used European 1-8, no bonus, Americans DSQd
- BEL used European 1-7, no bonus, Lotus drivers DSQd
- FRA used "only first gets 1 point", no bonus, no DSQ
- GBR used 1956-1977 USAC, no bonus, Coopers DSQd, no ret points
- GER used NASCAR 2004-2006, intermediate sprint lap 7, ret points, all F2 cars DSQd
- POR used NASCAR 2016, no bonus, ret points, no DSQ
- ITA used F1 2021 sprint, reverse positions, medals, no ret points, no arb DSQ, shared drive DSQd
- MOR used British Superbikes, no bonus, no ret points, F1 and F2 cars DSQd


For the next season, I may jump to a different decade just for some variety. Pending :dance:

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!

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