System 1 performed its annual end-of-year ballot among the many sport’s group bosses to elect Grand Prix racing’s Prime 10 Drivers of 2022, and the outcomes are in.
Factors have been awarded based on the identical schedule adopted by F1 on the earth championship standings, which means 25 factors going to every group principal’s prime driver and, following down the order, 1 level going to quantity ten.
All of the factors have been then aggregated by System 1 to kind the ultimate Prime 10 rating.
The group principals who took half within the vote have been: Mattia Binotto, Jost Capito, Christian Horner, Mike Krack, Andreas Seidl, Guenther Steiner, Otmar Szafnauer, Franz Tost, Fred Vasseur and Toto Wolff.
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Max Verstappen unsurprisingly led the sector with 207 factors due to Crimson Bull’s dominant season and to the Dutchman’s second consecutive world title.
Curiously, Verstappen’s complete – 207 out of 250 – signifies that the Crimson Bull charger’s no 1 standing wasn’t unanimous. Sadly, the poll was secret, so we’ll by no means know who voted Max down.
Like within the Drivers’ standings, Charles Leclerc was runner-up with 144 factors. However outcomes thereafter differ from the official championships’ rankings, with Mercedes’ aces George Russell and Lewis Hamilton securing third and fourth, whereas Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz have been voted respectively fifth and seventh.
McLaren Lando Norris was sixth whereas Fernando Alonso, Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian vettel rounded off the top-ten vote.
Conspicuously absent from the top-ten is Pierre Gasly, which is a mirrored image of AlphaTauri’s poor season moderately than of the Frenchman’s efforts.
Group bosses additionally opted to award extra factors to Alonso than to his Alpine teammate Esteban Ocon who doesn’t determine within the classification regardless of outscoring the Spaniard within the championship.
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