Formula 1's Driver Power Rankings After 2014 British Grand Prix

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Formula 1's Driver Power Rankings After 2014 British Grand Prix
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The 2014 British Grand Prix featured Formula One racing at its finest.

There were great drives all the way through the field, with Valtteri Bottas' excellent run to second the standout performance.

Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel had one of the best duels we've seen in recent years, Jules Bianchi showed admirable fight in his Marussia and Lewis Hamilton's race-craft continues to impress.

But his qualifying does not. Quite the turnaround from what we might have expected before the start of the year.

Reliability finally caught out Nico Rosberg, while Daniel Ricciardo chalked up his fourth podium in five races.

Read on to find out if he's still top of the pile in my fourth set of power rankings.


Note on Power Rankings

These rankings should not be confused with the actual championship table.

Rather than looking solely at points, they also take into account race results, qualifying, overall performance of each driver and how they stack up against their team-mates. The relative pace of each driver's car is factored in.

Only performance at the last six races is considered, with equal weight applied to each one.

The previous rankings, based on the six races up to and including the Austrian Grand Prix, are here. All position changes are relative to positions in that article.

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