Notes only P2 for Charles Leclerc

(Motorsport-Total.com) – Charles Leclerc overcame the Monaco curse on Sunday by ending the race at home for the first time. But although he was the dominant man of the weekend until his pit stop, that wasn’t enough for today’s victory in the Motorsport-Total.com driver ratings.

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Formula 1 expert Marc Surer gave both Leclerc and Grand Prix winner Sergio Perez the best score of 1. The editors gave the score 2 each. And the user had to vote (total 652 votes cast) to decide, and 1.4) much better than Leclerc (2.0).

Although Leclerc “did everything right”, Judge Surer, and Perez “deserved” the victory. His teammate Max Verstappen, who had a 2.5 total in ninth place in the Monaco rankings, was “slower than Perez all weekend”. That’s why the Red Bull star only got 2 TV commentators from Switzerland.

Sebastian Vettel is ranked seventh best driver at the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix according to our three-pole model, just behind Fernando Alonso and just ahead of Pierre Gasly. In the editorial vote, the latter barely failed in the first division, as Surer gave words of appreciation: “The team made a mistake in qualifying.”

Unusual: This time Surer awarded the sixth grade to two drivers, which rarely happens. With Mick Schumacher, who took last place, “The good arguments are slowly running out,” Surer continues to criticize Christian Danner. And for Daniel Ricciardo (XIX), all he could think of was: “How long is McLaren going to do that?”

How do we allocate our scores?

The The idea behind our rating It is the evaluation of performance on the weekend and especially in the race with scores (1 = very good, 6 = unsatisfactory). External influences that drivers cannot control themselves should be ignored. And so that the editors don’t just make a subjective assessment, as with football magazines, we’ve created a total of three equal pillars of readers and experts.


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Monte Carlo 2022 Final Driver Rating:
01. Sergio Perez, note 1.5 (Readers 1:4 – Surah 1 – Revision 2)
02. Charles Leclerc, note 1.7 (Readers 2.0 – Surer 1 – Revision 2)
03. Lando Norris, note 2.0 (Readers 2.0 – Surer 2 – Revision 2)
04. Carlos Sainz, note 2.0 (Readers 2: 1 – Surah 2 – Revision 2)
05. George Russell, note 2.1 (Readers 2: 2 – Surah 2 – Revision 2)
06. Fernando Alonso, note 2.1 (Readers 2: 4 – Surah 2 – Revision 2)
07. Sebastian Vettel, note 2.2 (Readers 2: 5 – Surah 2 – Revision 2)
08. Pierre Gasly, note 2.3 (Readers 2:8 – Surah 2 – Revision 2)
09. Max Verstappen, note 2.5 (Readers 2:5 – Surah 2 – Revision 3)
10. Valtteri Bottas, note 2.6 (Readers 2: 9 – Surah 2 – Revision 3)
11. Kevin Magnussen, Note 3.2 (Readers 3:6 – Surah 3 – Revision 3)
12. Lewis Hamilton, note 3.2 (Readers 3:6 – Surah 3 – Revision 3)
13. Esteban Ocon, Note 3.4 (Reading 3:3 – surah 3 – revision 4)
14. Yuki Tsunoda, note 3.6 (Readers 3: 9 – Surah 3 – Revision 4)
15. Alexander Albon, Note 3.7 (Readers 4: 1 – Surer 3 – Revision 4)
16. Guanyu Zhou, Note 4.0 (Readers 4: 1 – Surah 4 – Revision 4)
17. Lance Stroll, Note 4.4 (Readers 4: 3 – Surah 4 – Revision 5)
18. Nicholas Latifi, note 5.0 (Readers 4: 9 – Surah 4 – Revision 6)
19. Daniel Ricciardo, note 5.1 (Readers 4: 4 – Surer 6 – Revision 5)
20. Mick Schumacher, note 5.3 (Readers 5.0 – Surer 6 – revision 5)

And this is how we calculate:
We determine the average from the average rating of Motorsport-Total.com users, expert Marc Surer’s rating and rating by our editors. Our driver ranking results from this average value. We only display one decimal place, but we use all decimal places for arithmetic. These decimal places, some of which are not visible, determine the order in which two drivers are ranked if they have the same rating.


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Drivers ratings for the 2022 World Championship:
01. Charles Leclerc (136)
02. Max Verstappen (94)
03- Sergio Perez (76)
04. George Russell (72)
05. Valtteri Bottas (59)
06. Lando Norris (57)
07 – Alexander Albon (38 years old)
08 – Lewis Hamilton, 38
09. Kevin Magnussen (31)
10 – Carlos Sainz (26)
11- Sebastian Vettel (22)
12- Pierre Gasly (18)
13 – Fernando Alonso (12 years old)
14- Yuki Tsunoda (10)
15 – Esteban Ocon (8)
16 – Ganiuzzo (4)
17. Lance Stroll (4)
18- Daniel Ricciardo (2).
19. Nico Hulkenberg (0)
20. Mick Schumacher (0)
21 – Nicholas Latifi (0)

At the end of the season, the driver with the best points will receive the 2022 Driver of the Year award.

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