Rating the Teams of the Era 1999-2009: The Mid-Field

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Rating the Teams of the Era 1999-2009: The Mid-Field

Part Two of the series. The teams of the decade gone by are rated according to the consistency of their results from the years 1999 up to and including 2009 (recent to the Turkish GP).

The system of rating is this:

The best results and worst results of each team have been dropped and the average taken from the remainder of finishing positions over the years. This system rewards consistency. It also ‘protects’ a team from receiving a poor rating due to a once-off season like McLaren’s disqualification in 2007 Therefore the better a team has done over time, the higher their rank will be. Also, in the event that two teams are tied on ratings score, the result from the current season will be used to determine rank.

Note that teams no longer competing are not eligible for a top ten result despite their average rating. Also note that teams that have changes names are not consider new teams, rather these are a continuation of the previous team.

See Part One for the Top Four.

Part Three coming soon!

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