What would a F1 season look like without a certain driver or team?

Use the F1 points simulator / calculator to create your own points system definition and seasons. Ever wanted to apply a non-standard point system to figure something out, a nagging what-if or just to see what would have been the outcome if things were different?

Throughout F1 history, there has often been a single dominant team in a season that is way ahead of the rest. Ever wonder what the 'F1.5' season would look like without a particular team or driver? Here you can exclude any driver and/or team from a season.
All remaining drivers will be shifted up one place in the GP results accordingly. Fastest laps and pole position are shifted to the next driver as well based on fastest laps and qualifying data respectively.

Off course you can still provide your own points to create a custom points system as well down below. Hit simulate to see the results! If you want to reset, just hit the reset-button on the top right above the input fields.
My points systems
To save your own points systems, login or sign up!

Selected F1 PSS: 25 points + f-lap + sprint ext
In this point system the top 10 drivers are awarded points in each GP. Starting from 25 till 1. In addition 1 point is awarded for fastest lap if the driver has been classified in the top 10. This point system includes points for sprint with extended points upto place 8 if that data is available for the season.
Reset:  reset simulator state
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Points multiplier for last x GPs
Last x GPs points multiplied
Points for fastest lap
Fastest lap max position
Points for pole position

My driver & team selections
To save your own driver & team selections, login or sign up!

Driver selection
You can (de)select any driver in this season using the switches below.
1 - Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
2 - Sergio Perez (Red Bull)
3 - Carlos Sainz (Ferrari)
4 - Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
5 - George Russell (Mercedes)
6 - Lando Norris (McLaren)
7 - Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
8 - Oscar Piastri (McLaren)
9 - Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin)
10 - Lance Stroll (Aston Martin)
11 - Zhou Guanyu (Sauber)
12 - Kevin Magnussen (Haas)
13 - Daniel Ricciardo (Racing Bulls)
14 - Yuki Tsunoda (Racing Bulls)
15 - Alexander Albon (Williams)
16 - Nico Hulkenberg (Haas)
17 - Esteban Ocon (Alpine)
18 - Pierre Gasly (Alpine)
19 - Valtteri Bottas (Sauber)
20 - Logan Sargeant (Williams)

Team selection
You can (de)select any team in this season using the switches below.

1 - Red Bull (M. Verstappen / S. Perez)
2 - Ferrari (C. Sainz / C. Leclerc)
3 - Mercedes (G. Russell / L. Hamilton)
4 - McLaren (L. Norris / O. Piastri)
5 - Aston Martin (F. Alonso / L. Stroll)
6 - Sauber (Z. Guanyu / V. Bottas)
7 - Haas (K. Magnussen / N. Hulkenberg)
8 - Racing Bulls (D. Ricciardo / Y. Tsunoda)
9 - Williams (A. Albon / L. Sargeant)
10 - Alpine (E. Ocon / P. Gasly)



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Create your own point scoring system (PSS) and your own season results. You have several options:
  • You can create your very own PSS by using the fields. Input for each position how many points it should award.
  • You can use a existing F1 PSS by using the right PSS menu
  • You can select a non-F1 PSS by using the non-F1-PSS menu.
  • You can (de)select any driver by using the switches. A deselected driver will be completely removed from the calculations. The drivers below the deselected driver in a GP will shift up a position.
  • You can (de)select any team by using the switches. All results from drivers driving for this team will be completely removed from the calculations. The drivers below the deselected drivers in a GP will shift up a position.
Note: In case of deselected drivers, the fastest lap and pole position will not carry over to the next driver. If this level of detail is required, then use the points & position simulator.

How the different fields work:
  • Position x: amount of points for finishing in this position.
  • Points multiplier for last x GPs: how many times the points are multiplied for the last GPs (this was 2x for season 2014). X is determined by the next field.
  • Last x GPs points multiplied: how many GPs before the end of the season are multiplied with the previous field (this was 1x for season 2014).
  • Points for fastest lap: amount of points for fastest lap in a grand prix.
  • Fastest lap max position: applies a limit on the finishing position in order to qualify for the fastest lap (in the 2019 PSS this is 10, in the 1950 PSS this was not applicable (n/a)). If you use n/a if will also give points to non-classified drivers.
  • Points for pole position: amount of points for a pole position in a grand prix. Based on starting grid. These points are not influenced by classification, halve or split points in a GP.
  • Click the checkbox to use full points in case for a certain GP halve points were awarded.
  • You can remove (or add) any driver in the F1 standings calculation by using the toggle buttons. The results will be calculated as if that driver was never there. So any drivers finishing below that driver will get a +1 in their finishing position etc. Classified is still honored. Note that fastest laps from a removed driver are not propagated to the next driver.

  • Points only: the outcomes of the simulator show the points achieved under your custom PSS. It does not reflect championship positions. Refer for championship details to the definitions.
  • Classified: the simulator does (as the rest of this site) account for classified positions. This means that a position only receives points if the driver got classified during the GP (driver completed 90% of the laps of the race winner). Click a specific GP to see the details.
  • Multiple times the same position will split the points equally. In the early days multiple drivers could have achieved the same end result (through car sharing). Also you can do this manually in the positions editor.
  • You can use TAB to cycle through the fields. And if you want a reset, just click the logo
Date last modified: 2024-03-04 23:03:39 - 6 hours ago



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