After an enthralling Canadian GP in Montreal, allow us to check out the present leaderboard of the F1 Energy Rankings
Max Verstappen was awarded a 9.6 by the jury after his win in Montreal, giving him a complete rating of 8.9. Which means that after 9 races, the Dutchman additionally leads this championship. Lewis Hamilton is second on the record. The Mercedes driver obtained an 8.6 for his podium end. Barely behind him is Carlos Sainz, who was awarded an 8.4 for his spectacular second place end in Canada.
How does the F1 2022 Energy Rankings work?
F1 has a devoted five-judge panel which assesses every driver after each Grand Prix and scores them out of 10 in accordance with their efficiency throughout the weekend – taking equipment out of the equation. The specialists’ scores are then averaged out to provide a race rating – with these scores then tallied up throughout the season on the general Energy Rankings Leaderboard. Therefore, the Energy Rankings Leaderboard would possibly mirror utterly totally different standings from that of the Drivers’ Championship Leaderboard.