Interesting, no? I wonder which criteria the team bosses have in mind when judging, because this top 10 is not at all what I would expect or make for myself.1 Lewis Hamilton, 234 points (No change)
2 Max Verstappen, 183 (Up two places)
3 Nico Rosberg, 176 (No change)
4 Daniel Ricciardo, 133 (Up five)
5 Sebastian Vettel, 90 (Down three)
6 Fernando Alonso, 67 (No change)
7 Kimi Raikkonen, 61 (Up three)
8 Sergio Perez, 52 (No change)
9 Valtteri Bottas, 26 (Down two)
10 Carlos Sainz Jr, 25 (New entry)
- Hamilton #1: yeah... there are a few drivers that probably did more or better given the material. Not that Hamilton was bad, but with the bad starts and the few bad racing weekends he did have, I don't think this is correct. Would rank him below Alonso at least and probably below Ricciardo.
- Verstappen #2: as much as I'm a fan, and as much as I am convinced he has enormous potential, overall he's made a bit more errors than his team mate and so hasn't collected as much points. Would rank him below Ricciardo but with a good outlook for the coming years.
- Rosberg #3: no. Sure he wrapped up the title, but he made quite a lot of errors and overall didn't perform as well as his teammate. Voted too high by quite a few places imo.
- Vettel #5: again, as much as I'm a fan, don't think he should be above Alonso and maybe even Perez
Alonso > Ricciardo > Hamilton > Verstappen > Perez/Vettel > Raikkonen would probably be much closer to the reality. Sainz would fit in here somewhere but not sure where exactly I should place him.