How are F1 points distributed over drivers?

Welcome to the Formula 1 Points site! There is a lot to explore about your favorite F1 driver, team and country. In order to provide fair comparison across F1 history, points statistics are converted for all grand prix results based on the points system you select. So go ahead and discover new and interesting insights!
This section is about the formula 1 all time points based on the selected F1 points system. This view shows the points distribution for all drivers based on their career all time total.
Distribution information:
The selected points system has an average 212.5 points with a median 30 of points.
A 5th order polynomial regression has been applied on the dataset. In order not to get significant impact of the later - extended - data, only drivers with 300 or less points (82.2% of all drivers) are taken into account. Note: once the function hits the value of 1 in the graph, it remains at 1.
The selected points system has 269 drivers with zero points.
The all time points distribution view shows a distribution of all drivers based on the total points achieved in their career (based on the selected points system). So you can see how many drivers scored x points overall. The graph contains only drivers with points.
In order to provide an (smoothed) indication on the expected number of drivers with a certain number of points, two type of estimations are added to the graph: moving average and polynomial regression.
Date last modified: 2022-10-03 17:06:26 - 3 days ago



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