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head2headle is a F1 Wordle like game to find out which F1 drivers are going head-to-head!
After guessing a driver, you will see your answer compared to the actual answer for each of the stats:
Correct number, wrong stat
Lower/higher are colored only for real battle stats (so everything except # years and GPs, as those are the same for both drivers). These stats indicate that it is lower or higher compared to the driver you are looking for.
So for example; if driver x has outperformed driver y 48 times on a given stat and driver y outperformed driver x 10 times. The score is 38.
Career points: both drivers are shown based on the points scored in all GPs in their respective career (based on the current points system).
Webspider stats: both drivers are compared based on six stats where you can see there relative performance.
Answer stats: Only on normal difficulty, the actual answer for the comparison stats is given as the first entry (in orange). This provides guidance to identify the driver you are looking for.
Driver mode: Random mode is based on any driver in the season range. Though H2H battles can be in any period of the driver's career. Manual mode is based on the driver you selected.
Seasons: defines the the range of seasons used in the random driver mode.
Difficulty: has four modes: normal, hard, nightmare and insane. The first three modes are defined by how many seasons both drivers must have raced against each other (3, 2, and 1 respectively). Insane is like hard with the addition that the autocomplete feature includes all drivers (vs possible answers only) and no head-to-head stats are provided.
Game mode: daily (single game per settings). The daily games have the same answer for everyone! Or infinite (as many as you want).
Points: unlike Driverle, all points in Head2headle are based on the points system for each particular season. Points are rounded to whole numbers (for display purposes only). The exception here are the H2H stats, which are based on the current PSS.
Season battles: season battles are calculated over all and any GP, therefore it requires only 1 GP that both drivers have completed in for it to count as a season.
GP battles: GP battles are based on all GP results, including non-classified results. But requires both drivers to start the GP: DNS or qualification-only are excluded.
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