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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 7:12 am 
Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher are so close, when both driver and car performance is taken into consideration, that it must be considered a tie for the strongest driver/car-combination ever.
For some of these scores it has obviously been a very strong car propelling a driver up the list, while other scores says more about the driver. Only three drivers (Hamilton, Schumacher, Alonso) has managed to take two different cars into the Top 20.

1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 3224 points 2014-2018
2. Michael Schumacher (Ferrari) 3202 points 2000-2004

3. Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) 2615 points 2010-2013
4. Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) 2402 points 2014-2016
5. Ayrton Senna (McLaren) 2263 points 1988-1993
6. Alain Prost (McLaren) - 2095 points 1984-1989
7. Fernando Alonso (Renault) 2056 points 2005-2006
8. Damon Hill (Williams) 2050 points 1993-1996
9. Mika Häkkinen (McLaren) 2000 points 1998-2000
10. Michael Schumacher (Benetton) 1999 points 1994-1995

11. Jim Clark (Lotus) 1942 points 1962-1967
12. Nigel Mansell (Williams) 1839 points 1991-1992
13. Niki Lauda (Ferrari) 1760 points 1975-1977
14. Jackie Stewart (Tyrrell) 1744 points 1971-1973
15. Alberto Ascari (Ferrari) 1731 points - 1950-1953
16. Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) 1577 points 2007-2012
17. Graham Hill (BRM) 1515 points 1962-1965
18. Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) 1510 points 2010-2013
19. Jacques Villeneuve (Williams) 1500 points 1996-1997
20. Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari) 1488 points 2000-2004

The list is based on results adjusted for the number of races it has taken to achieve these results. There is less bias in winning 50 out of 100 races than in winning 1 out of 2 races. That's the reason Juan-Manuel Fangio doesn't appear on the list. He switched between teams so often, that combined with the relatively few number of races in his time he didn't score enough results with one single team to produce a significant statistical result in this list. On my Drivers list based on results across teams he is however number 3 after Hamilton and Schumacher.


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Have you seen your list? You'd think some of the names and positions would ring some alarms that maybe just maybe there's a flaw in the system?

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:04 am 
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Covalent wrote:
Have you seen your list? You'd think some of the names and positions would ring some alarms that maybe just maybe there's a flaw in the system?

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