Mid-season team-mate stats: Who's ahead?


25 July 2012 by TF1T Staff | M
          

The German Grand Prix marked the midway point in this thrilling Formula 1 season. Ten races have passed and ten are yet to be decided - the outcome of which is anyones guess.

With such a closely fought season, the best way to gauge success is to compare team-mates, afterall they're driving identical machinery.

Below, we've compiled five statistics for each driver duo, with the better results highlighted in bold. We're comparing them on points, qualifying results, race results, amount of wins and podiums (not including wins) to see who's ahead of who.

Of course it doesn't give a definitive answer, as some drivers have suffered unfortunate accidents caused by others, whilst others haven't had reliability on their side, but it gives a good overview of how each drivers season is going compared to their counterpart. 

Note: Some results have been deleted in fairness because either both cars failed to qualify or finish the race or a driver was ill or didn't start the race.

110 Points 120
5 Qualifying 5
5 Race 5
1 Wins 2
2 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 0

154 Points 23
10 Qualifying 0
10 Race 0
3 Wins 0
3 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 0

68 Points 92
1 Qualifying 9
4 Race 6
1 Wins 1
1 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 3

98 Points 61
4 Qualifying 6
8 Race 2
0 Wins 0
4 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 2

29 Points 76
5 Qualifying 5
4 Race 6
0 Wins 1
1 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 1

33 Points 47
6 Qualifying 4
5 Race 5
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 2

29 Points 18
8 Qualifying 2
4 Race 6
1 Wins 0
0 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 0

27 Points 17
5 Qualifying 5
6 Race 4
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 0

2 Points 4
9 Qualifying 1
5 Race 5
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 0

0 Points 0
8 Qualifying 2
4 Race 5
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 0

0 Points 0
6 Qualifying 3
7 Race 2
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 0

0 Points 0
10 Qualifying 0
7 Race 2
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums (2nd/3rd) 0

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