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How much does each driver contribute to his team in F1 in 2022?

The 2022 Formula 1 season has reached the summer break after the Hungarian Grand Prix, and the drivers have had thirteen races, in addition to the Imola and Austrian sprint tests, to score as many points as possible in the general classification.

That is why we must look at the results to check which member of the select grid of the highest category of motorsport has achieved a greater booty compared to his partner, that is, who contributes more to his team.

The accounts are clear, if you add more units than the pilot you have on the other side of the garage, you are the main sword, and in many cases, the directors will make decisions based on the position in the world championship. There are many factors to take into account to arrive at the points that each participant has added, but in the end, it is what the numbers dictate that counts.

Points and percentage contributed by each F1 driver to his team in the middle of the 2022 season

Equipment pilots Points added Percentage contributed to the team
williams

Alex Albon

Nicholas Latifi

3

0

100%

0%

Alfa Romeo

Valtteri Bottas

Guanyu Zhou

46

5

90 %

10%

Aston Martin

Sebastian Vettel

Lance Stroll

16

4

80 %

20 %

McLaren

lando norris

Daniel Ricciardo

76

19

81%

19%

haas

Kevin Magussen

Mike Schumacher

22

12

65%

35%

Alpine

Stephen Ocon

Fernando Alonso

58

41

58%

42%

AlphaTauri

Pierre Gasly

Yuki Tsunoda

16

11

59 %

41%

Red Bull

Max Verstappen

Sergio Perez

258

173

59%

41%

ferrari

charles leclerc

Carlos Sainz

178

156

53%

47%

Mercedes

George Russell

Lewis Hamilton

158

146

51 %

49 %

Williams: Alex Albon vs. Nicholas Latifi

The most unbalanced couple is that of Williams, since Alex Albon has added all the points of the Grove team in the first half of the season, which although they are few, correspond to 100% of the British. The Anglo-Thai was able to get into the points zone in Australia and Miami, but his teammate, the criticized Nicholas Latifi, has barely been able to upset the team with his repeated accidents.

Alfa Romeo: Valtteri Bottas vs. Guanyu Zhou

The following are the starters of Alfa Romeo, who have great differences between them, because Valtteri Bottas is the spearhead in Hinwil after harvesting 90% of the points (46), compared to just 10% of the Chinese rookie, Guanyu Zhou , which seems not to have found the dynamics of Formula 1 until the summer break.

McLaren: Lando Norris vs. Daniel Ricciardo

A rung above are the McLaren drivers, Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo, who have achieved a loot of 95 points for the Woking team, although very poorly distributed. The Australian, highly criticized for his level since he landed in the English team, is seeing how the young Briton takes 57 units from him, which corresponds to 81% of the total achieved.

Aston Martin: Sebastian Vettel vs. Lance Stroll

A couple that is also very unbalanced is that of Aston Martin, and that is that those from Silverstone are separated by a percentage of 80% compared to 20% in favor of Sebastian Vettel for having achieved 16 of the 19 team points, which indicates that Lance Stroll still needs to step up with the AMR22 if he wants to match the German until the four-time champion retires at the end of the course.

Haas: Kevin Magnussen vs. Mick Schumacher

As we move forward, we find surprises, such as that of Haas, who have experienced the awakening of Mick Schumacher by going from not adding any points in his entire career to two consecutive appointments in the area that awards a prize in Formula 1. However, the young German, who has returned to more usual positions for him in the appointments before the summer break, continues to lose compared to his partner, the experienced Kevin Magnussen, who has collected 65% of the total points of the team (22-12).

AlphaTauri: Pierre Gasly Gasly vs. Yuki Tsunoda

In AlphaTauri the tables have turned, and from the absolute beating that Pierre Gasly endorsed Yuki Tsunoda last season, they have seen how the Japanese has put his batteries to close the gap, although he is still behind. 59% against 41% in favor of the Frenchman tips the balance, thanks to the 16 points he has achieved in the first half of the year.

Red Bull: Max Verstappen vs. Sergio Perez

One of the most even pairs of drivers is at Red Bull, who with Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez have achieved a total of 431 points to be the general leaders of the 2022 season. In the particular duel, it is the current world champion who wins, with 59% compared to 41% of the Mexican, who has suffered many problems in the last appointments before the summer break of the course.

Alpine: Esteban Ocon vs. Fernando Alonso

A curious comparison is that of the Alpine team, unbalanced by the various problems in which its drivers have been involved, both Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon. The Frenchman, benefited by the abandonment of the Spanish, has reaped a total of 58 points, while his partner has only added 41, although he himself assures that it could be 50 or 60 more. Thus, the difference between them remains at 58% for the Frenchman and 42% for the two-time world champion.

Ferrari: Charles Leclerc vs. Carlos Sainz

From doing a double and being the favorites to dominate to barely chasing Red Bull, that is what has happened to Ferrari and, above all, to its pair of drivers, Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, the second with greater equality Of the grill. The Monegasque is running almost as the only candidate to rival Verstappen, who caresses his second title, but the data does not lie, and the Madrid is not as far as it seems. The difference between the two is just 22 points, which corresponds to 53% in favor of Leclerc and 47% for the Spaniard.

Mercedes: George Russell vs. Lewis Hamilton

In Mercedes they can boast of having the starting duo with the greatest equity in all of Formula 1, and that is that George Russell and Lewis Hamilton are only separated by 12 points, which means that, with the total added, the youngest of the British He has harvested 51% of the loot, while the seven-time champion has achieved 49%.

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