Monthly Archives: October 2010

BPR Charts – Round 17: Korean Grand Prix

As a supplement to the regularly posted BPR tables, bprf1.com will chart the progress of the BPR POWER rating throughout the season.

The drivers line plots are broken down into graphs displaying: (1) the entire POWER rating range (0-100); (2) POWER ratings denoting possible points scoring performance (75-100); (3) POWER ratings denoting possible podium performance (85-100); and (4) POWER ratings denoting possible race-winning performance (90-100). A ranking plot is also provided, and is based on the rankings contained in the BPR table following each round.

For the teams line plot, the POWER ratings of both drivers are combined from each round to compose a team rating. A positional ranking plot is also provided for the teams as well.

DRIVERS – FULL RANGE (0-100)

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DRIVERS – POSSIBLE POINT SCORERS (75-100)

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DRIVERS – POSSIBLE PODIUM FINISHERS (85-100)

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DRIVERS – PROBABLE RACE WINNERS (90-100)

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DRIVERS – RANKINGS

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TEAMS – FULL RANGE (0-100)

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TEAMS – RANKINGS

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posted by Trey Blincoe

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BPR Update – Round 17: Korean Grand Prix

2010 FIA Formula 1 World Championship – BPR Through Results of Rd. 17: Korean Grand Prix

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Don’t understand what’s going on here? The Blincoe Performance Rating (“BPR”) is a statistical motorsport performance rating system that monitors driver/entry performance during each Formula 1 season. For more information: see this explanation.

posted by Trey Blincoe

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BPR Charts – Round 16: Japanese Grand Prix

As a supplement to the regularly posted BPR tables, bprf1.com will chart the progress of the BPR POWER rating throughout the season.

The drivers line plots are broken down into graphs displaying: (1) the entire POWER rating range (0-100); (2) POWER ratings denoting possible points scoring performance (75-100); (3) POWER ratings denoting possible podium performance (85-100); and (4) POWER ratings denoting possible race-winning performance (90-100). A positional ranking plot is also provided, and is based on the rankings contained in the BPR table following each round.

For the teams line plot, the POWER ratings of both drivers are combined from each round to compose a team rating. A positional ranking plot is also provided for the teams as well.

DRIVERS – FULL RANGE (0-100)

(click to enlarge)

DRIVERS – POSSIBLE POINTS SCORERS (75-100)

(click to enlarge)

DRIVERS – POSSIBLE PODIUM FINISHERS (85-100)

(click to enlarge)

DRIVERS – PROBABLE RACE WINNERS (90-100)

(click to enlarge)

DRIVERS – RANKINGS

(click to enlarge)

TEAMS – FULL RANGE (0-100)

(click to enlarge)

TEAMS – RANKINGS

(click to enlarge)

posted by Trey Blincoe

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Filed under 2010 Season, BPR

BPR Update – Round 16: Japanese Grand Prix

2010 FIA Formula 1 World Championship – BPR Through Results of Rd. 16: Japanese Grand Prix

(click to enlarge)

Don’t understand what’s going on here? The Blincoe Performance Rating (“BPR”) is a statistical motorsport performance rating system that monitors driver/entry performance during each Formula 1 season. For more information: see this explanation.

posted by Trey Blincoe

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Filed under 2010 Season, BPR