PRL Performance Index

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PRL Performance Index

Post by KillerBlue195 » Sun Apr 01, 2018 3:09 pm

PRL Performance Index

Each week, this topic will be updated with the latest rankings for the entire PRL grid, to add an extra measure of competition between the drivers on track. Based on a driver's relative performance versus the rest of his division across the season, both in qualifying, and the race, a standardised score out of 100 is calculated for each driver. These scores are then weighted for each division to give a complete ranking of every driver that spans both divisions!

It might seem complicated, but the way each driver's score is calculated is relatively simple. Remember, each driver's score will become more accurate, and so the rankings will become more accurate with each race, as there is more data used to score each driver.

Here's the procedure for calculating each driver's score (if you're not interested, by all means, just skip to the rankings):

Each driver is awarded points based on their performance in qualifying and races. As the official F1 points don't span all 20 drivers, an incremental points system is used, i.e. 20 points for 1st, 19 for 2nd, 18 for 3rd and so on. This is a more effective measure of driver consistency that the official points and gives a more holistic measure. For each driver, the mean, standard deviation (SD) and sum of their scores are calculated separately for qualifying and the race.

In the case of a driver not competing in a race, each absence is scored as receiving one standard deviation less than a driver's mean score. For example, if Michemery has a mean race score of 16 with an SD of 4.2, then if he misses a race he will score 11.8 (16 - 4.2) for the race he missed. His qualifying score will be calculated the same way. Of course, this means, the score a driver gains from absences will change as their performance fluctuates. The more consistent a driver's results, the more points they will gain from an absence.

Thus, a driver's total race score would be calculated as such (where S is the sum of their scores so far, M is their mean score, N is the number of races in the season so far and A is their number of absences so far):

S + A ( M - 1 SD ) / N

This is done for both qualifying and race scores, and gives an 'average' race and qualifying score for each event, including absences.

Qualifying scores are then weighted down by 40%, to account for its lower importance, so the qualifying score is multiplied by 0.6

Essentially, this leaves each driver with a mean race score (out of 20, as 20 is the maximum a driver can score from a race), and a mean qualifying score (out of 12 as it has been weighted down). These scores are then added together and multiplied by 3.125 to give a standardised score out of 100 (rather than 32).


Division 1:



After Round 2/15:


Driver Rankings:

1. Falcon 80.63 (+1)
2. Jume 73.75 (+1)
3. Deki 73.54 (+3)
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4. Mich 72.03 (+14)
5. Michael 68.75 (-4)
6. Killer 68.33 (-1)
7. Carre 62.08 (-3)
8. Neyo 61.04 (=)
9. Maxi 59.58 (+2)
10. Smithy 54.79 (-1)
11. Haribo 54.03 (+8)
12. Flair 51.00 (+8)
13. Own 47.29 (-6)
14. Jari 47.88 (-2)
15. Rikkurich 45.63 (-5)
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16. Gary 35.00 (-3)
17. Agony 34.38 (-3)
18. Cabrera 34.14 (+3)
19. Yhyy 32.92 (-4)
20. Adam 21.28 (-4)
21. Simsi 16.85 (-4)
22. Louis N/A (New Entry)

Team Rankings:

1. Toro Rosso 74.69 (=)
2. Mercedes 73.65 (=)
3. Force India 64.69 (=)
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4. Williams 61.01 (=)
5. Ferrari 57.46 (=)
6. Haas 53.56 (+1)
7. Red Bull 40.63 (+1)
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8. Sauber 40.31 (-2)
9. McLaren 30.66 (=)
10. Renault 28.25 (=)





Division 2:



After Round 2/15:


Driver Rankings:

1. Kallek 95.83 (+20)
2. V5HRL 85.63 (-1)
3. Waluigi 81.67 (-1)
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4. Tigaby 76.25 (+2)
5. Robert 72.50 (-2)
6. Dave 69.58 (-1)
7. Oldskool 66.47 (+9)
8. Armytricks 64.58 (-4)
9. Carcanon 52.70 (+13)
10. Yougi 51.00 (=)
11. Stevo 50.89 (-2)
12. Stijn 50.17 (-4)
13. Mike 50.05 (-6)
14. Macca 46.46 (-3)
15. Aaron 40.63 (-3)
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16. Jamez 34.44 (+2)
17. Cristiano 30.62 (-4)
18. Ibbo 30.00 (-4)
19. Emperor 26.46 (-4)
20. Danny N/A (New Entry)
21. Bellon N/A (New Entry)
22. Pmoiy N/A (-5)
23. Switchblade N/A (New Entry)


Team Rankings:

1. Mercedes 66.04 (+2)
2. Ferrari 60.74 (-1)
3. McLaren 60.22 (+3)
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4. Red Bull 60.21 (-2)
5. Toro Rosso 51.56 (-1)
6. Force India 48.13 (+1)
7. Haas 43.37 (+2)
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8. Sauber 38.54 (-1)
9. Williams 27.75 (+1)
10. Renault 26.68 (-2)


RED ZONE:
Gary

Agony
Cabrera
Yhyy
Adam
Simsi
Jamez
Cristiano
Ibbo
Emperor
Pmoiy
2 x
EPSC F1 Season 12 Drivers' Champion, S13 Runners-Up
EPSC F1 S12 & 13 Constructors' Champions, S11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 veteran
Wins: 11 (S11: AUS, MEX, S12: CAN, BRA, SIN, ITA, AUS, GBR, S13: BAH, CHU, ABD)
Pole Positions: 9
Podiums: 34

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