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2018 driver points
Sebastian Vettel50
Lewis Hamilton33
Valtteri Bottas22
Fernando Alonso16
Kimi Räikkönen15
Nico Hülkenberg14
Pierre Gasly12
Daniel Ricciardo12
Kevin Magnussen10
Max Verstappen8
Stoffel Vandoorne6
Marcus Ericsson2
Carlos Sainz, Jr.1
Esteban Ocon1
Sergio Pérez0
Charles Leclerc0
Brendon Hartley0
Lance Stroll0
Romain Grosjean0
Sergey Sirotkin0
 
2018 team points
Ferrari65
Mercedes55
McLaren22
Red Bull20
Renault15
Toro Rosso12
Haas10
Sauber2
Force India1
Williams0
Created by a former senior engineer at formula1.com, ratef1.com tries to give you an idea of how good a formula one race is will be on TV, based on past ratings on this race. This is purely based on what is seen on TV. We aren't judging the live experience at the track. Each TV channel around the world will show the same pictures, only the commentary will be different.

We watch the races and keep track of how many events happen, who they happen to, and how they affect the race. Events can be a crash, an overtake, a pitstop, or many others. We then use these to create a base score for a race.

We do not record things that happen off-camera, or after the race (such as disqualifications).

You can then vote how good, in general, you thought the race was. and all of the votes will be averaged, and used to modify the base score, to get a final score for a race.

We all know that some tracks are bad for overtaking, and others have more crashes. Using our site, you should be able to see how good a formula one race will be.

You can further customise your results. If you love the crashes but get bored with pitstops, you can use our weightings system to generate custom results which show just how exciting races are based on YOUR personal preferences.

Of course, you never can tell when a track that has previously been bit of a yawner for many years, will come alive due to weather or something unexpected from a driver, so we can never be sure!