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The table ‘number of times position x achieved in a GP’ provides a overview of the career position achievements of the selected F1 driver. Fancy seeing you here.
The points per season overview provides the points achieved per season based on the selected points scoring system. Real comparison from to today.
The all time driver rank table shows the number of F1 points and rank under each points scoring system, as well as the average points per grand prix and overall rank in the bracktes. However, some more facts would make this a bit more solid.
I should read more carefully. Please log in to reply. The extra references to SCA, ‘F2’ and ’65 increase my confidence significantly. Rollinxon agree that it’s very probably F2.
Alan Rollinson | | F1 Driver Profile |
Posted 07 January – Some potentially useful BT21 stuff for you Chris if you haven’t already seen that. Thanks for that – most helpful. Community Forum Software by IP. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
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Explanation Insert a F1 driver’s name in the search box and search or select a driver from the list directly. The points progression overview shows the cumulative points achieved by the driver in his career.
On top the main statistics are provided next to the picture of the driver and some bio details. rollimson
Alan Rollinson and the Lythgoe libre Brabham in – TNF’s Archive – The Autosport Forums
For the selected driver an overview is provided of his F1 career statistics: At the bottom three tables if applicable for the selected driver with an overview of F1 wins, fastest laps and championships. Basics Time Outliers Custom Simulator. The formula 1 driver view allows you to select your rolkinson F1 driver and view career F1 points, statistics and race by race breakdown.
Did he use the F3 car for both races or did he use the 1. In the table below you can find the details on which drivers make up this pie chart. I’m having trouble tracking its race history in because I only have access to Autosport for that year, not Motoring News, and Autosport seem to have had trouble describing it: I’ve forgotten my password.