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Title: 2021 stats
Post by: Kytabu on May 13, 2021, 08:57:25 PM
Updated - Bathurst 1000

Drivers
Pole positions
De Pasquale   11
Van Gisbergen  6
Waters         4
Whincup        3
Davison        2
Mostert        2
Heimgartner    1
Brown          1
Percat         1

Front row starts (1st/2nd)
Van Gisbergen 14   (6/8)
De Pasquale   13   (11/2)
Whincup       11   (3/8)
Waters         8   (4/4)
Davison        5   (2/3)
Mostert        4   (2/2)
Brown          3   (1/2)
Slade          1   (0/1)
Heimgartner    1   (1/0)
Winterbottom   1   (0/1)
Percat         1   (1/0)

Race wins
Van Gisbergen 14
De Pasquale    6
Waters         3
Mostert        3
Whincup        2
Heimgartner    1
Brown          1
Holdsworth     1

Race podiums (1st/2nd/3rd)
Van Gisbergen 23   (14/6/3)
Whincup       15   (2/8/5)
De Pasquale   13   (6/3/4)
Davison       10   (0/4/6)
Mostert        9   (3/2/4)
Waters         9   (3/5/1)
Brown          3   (1/1/1)
B.Kostecki     3   (0/1/2)
Percat         2   (0/0/2)
Reynolds       1   (0/0/1)
Heimgartner    1   (1/0/0)
Courtney       1   (0/0/1)
Holdsworth     1   (1/0/0)
Moffat         1   (0/1/0)
Russell        1   (0/0/1)

Fastest laps
Mostert       9
Van Gisbergen 6
Whincup       4
Waters        3
De Pasquale   3
Brown         2
B.Kostecki    1
Pye           1
Slade         1

Round wins
Van Gisbergen 7   (BAT1, SAN, TAI, TOW1, TOW2, SMP1, SMP4)
De Pasquale   2   (SMP2, SMP3)
Mostert       2   (HID, BAT2)
Whincup       1   (SYM)
Holdsworth    1   (BAT1)

Laps led (1302 total, includes co-driver laps)
Van Gisbergen 391
Whincup       225
Waters        183
De Pasquale   171
Mostert       164
Brown          30
Davison        19
Percat         17
Heimgartner    17
Coulthard      16
Pye            15
Courtney        9
B.Kostecki      8
Slade           7
Fullwood        7
Reynolds        7
Jacobson        5
J.Kostecki      4
Hazelwood       3
Winterbottom    2
Jones           1
Le Brocq        1

Round results
Pos.       BAT       SAN       SYM       TAI       HID      TOW1
 1st   VAN 300   VAN 305   WHI 271   VAN 247   MOS 265   VAN 300
 2nd   MOS 267   WHI 257   VAN 260   DAV 238   VAN 249   WHI 276
 3rd   WIN 231   WAT 252   MOS 258   HEI 216   DAV 226   DEP 258
----   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------
 4th   DAV 225   PER 188   DAV 246   WHI 196   WHI 218   DAV 204
 5th   WHI 198   HEI 182   WAT 228   JCO 186   WAT 216   WAT 192
 6th   WAT 183   WIN 180   DEP 222   DEP 186   PER 210   SLA 192
 7th   FUL 177   MOS 175   WIN 176   WAT 185   BRO 197   JCO 168
 8th   REY 156   BKO 172   BRO 170   PER 178   JCO 178   PER 165
 9th   LEB 150   REY 160   REY 158   BKO 178   WIN 164   BRO 162
10th   HEI 144   JCO 160   PYE 158   MOS 166   SLA 152   REY 150
----   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------
11th   BKO 141   DAV 152   GOD 132   PYE 152   FUL 136   MOS 147
12th   PYE 138   HAZ 144   JCO 130   FUL 148   KKO 128   LEB 138
13th   PER 129   BRO 140   SLA 128   SLA 146   RAN 124   HEI 138
14th   HAZ 129   LEB 136   BKO 124   RAN 136   BKO 122   FUL 138
15th   GOD 126   SLA 136   PER 122   LEB 124   LEB 118   HAZ 135
16th   DEP 120   PYE 132   HAZ 122   HAZ 116   JKO 116   WIN 135
17th   BRO 120   DEP 120   JKO 112   BRO 114   DEP 114   BKO 126
18th   JKO 120   FUL 106   LEB 106   WIN 110   PYE 110   JON 120
19th   FCO 102   JKO 100   HEI 104   JKO 100   REY  98   SMI 108
20th   SMI  96   FCO  94   FUL  96   KKO  94   JON  96   JAC  93
----   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------
21st   JCO  90   JAC  92   JON  92   GOD  92   GOD  90   GOD  84
22nd   JON  60   GOD  92   JAC  84   SMI  84   FCO  82   PYE  78
23rd   JAC  45   SMI  86   FCO  72   REY  72   HEI  76   JKO  48
24th   SLA   0   JON  74   SMI  64   FCO  66   HAZ  70   FCO  42
25th                                 JAC  64   JAC  68
26th                                 JON  56   SMI  52

Pos.      TOW2      SMP1      SMP2      SMP3      SMP4       BAT
 1st   VAN 265   VAN 272   DEP 238   DEP 266   VAN 150    25 300
 2nd   WAT 258   DAV 230   DAV 230   WHI 264   WHI 138     6 276
 3rd   WHI 234   BRO 219   WHI 217   VAN 264   WAT 129    99 258
----   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------
 4th   MOS 228   PER 214   PER 216   BRO 246   DEP 120    88 240
 5th   DEP 226   BKO 211   VAN 216   MOS 188   MOS 111     2 222
 6th   DAV 214   WHI 210   MOS 193   DAV 184   PYE 102     8 204
 7th   HAZ 210   DEP 205   SLA 184   PYE 182   BRO  96    44 192
 8th   PYE 166   MOS 196   BRO 184   BKO 178   BKO  90    14 180
 9th   JCO 162   SLA 182   PYE 169   PER 168   DAV  84     3 168
10th   SLA 152   REY 158   WAT 164   HAZ 164   PER  78    17 156
----   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------
11th   WIN 142   WAT 156   HAZ 148   GOD 144   LEB  72    26 144
12th   PER 136   HEI 144   LEB 144   WIN 144   WIN  69    96 138
13th   BKO 134   WIN 134   WIN 126   WAT 130   SLA  66    34 132
14th   JKO 124   LEB 130   JCO 126   LEB 126   HAZ  63    22 126
15th   LEB 122   HAZ 118   JON 122   SLA 121   HEI  60     5 120
16th   REY 120   JON 114   HEI 116   JON 116   SMI  57    18 114
17th   FUL 108   FUL 114   FUL 116   HEI 112   REY  54     4 108
18th   JAC 106   JCO 106   FCO 110   JCO 104   JKO  51   888 102
19th   GOD 104   PYE 102   YOU 106   JKO 100   GOD  48    19  96
20th   HEI 102   SMI  94   RAN 104   FCO 100   JCO  45     9  90
----   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------   -------
21st   BRO 100   JAC  90   JAC 100   JAC  96   FCO  42     7   0
22nd   SMI  96   JKO  88   GOD  98   FUL  94   JAC  39    39   0
23rd   FCO  58   GOD  78   SMI  90   SMI  90   FUL  36    11   0
24th   JON   0   FCO  72   KKO  80   YOU  78   JON   0    35   0
25th                       JKO  66                        20   0
26th                       BKO  54




Teams
Pole positions
DJR 13
888  9
TR   4
WAU  2
KGR  1
EMS  1
BJR  1

Front row starts (1st/2nd)
888 25   (9/16)
DJR 18   (13/5)
TR   8   (4/4)
WAU  4   (2/2)
EMS  3   (1/2)
BRT  1   (0/1)
KGR  1   (1/0)
T18  1   (0/1)
BJR  1   (1/0)

Race wins
888 16
DJR  6
TR   3
WAU  3
KGR  1
EMS  1

Race podiums (1st/2nd/3rd)
888 38   (16/14/8)
DJR 23   (6/7/10)
TR  10   (3/5/2)
WAU  9   (3/2/4)
EMS  6   (1/2/3)
KGR  2   (1/0/1)
BJR  2   (0/0/2)

Fastest laps
888 10
WAU  9
TR   3
EMS  3
DJR  3
T18  1
BRT  1

Round wins
888 8   (BAT1, SAN, SYM, TAI, TOW1, TOW2, SMP1, SMP4)
DJR 2   (SMP2, SMP3)
WAU 2   (HID, BAT2)

Laps led (1302 total)
888 616
TR  193
DJR 190
WAU 171
EMS  38
KGR  24
BJR  21
TS   21
T18  17
BRT   7
MSR   4




Manufacturers
Pole positions
Ford   18
Holden 13

Front row starts (1st/2nd)
Holden 34   (13/21)
Ford   28   (18/10)

Race wins
Holden 20
Ford   10

Race podiums (1st/2nd/3rd)
Holden 55   (20/18/17)
Ford   35   (10/12/13)

Fastest laps
Holden 23
Ford    7

Round wins
Holden 10  (BAT1, SAN, SYM, TAI, HID, TOW1, TOW2, SMP1, SMP4, BAT2)
Ford    2  (SMP2, SMP3)

Laps led (1141 total)
Holden 888
Ford   414
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: Lyro on May 13, 2021, 09:07:15 PM
Looks like Party is alive and well haha😂😂😂
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: murph_fan51 on June 14, 2021, 07:43:00 PM
Is there a manufacturers championship this year?
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: Kytabu on June 24, 2021, 07:21:28 PM
Is there a manufacturers championship this year?
Yes, for the manufacturer that achieves the most race wins.

I personally would like to see a change to the manufacturers' championship. In MotoGP, it is based on the best result for each manufacturer at each race. I think it would make it more interesting, especially if the best two or three cars for each manufacturer in each race were used.
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: murph_fan51 on June 25, 2021, 07:01:14 PM
Is there a manufacturers championship this year?
Yes, for the manufacturer that achieves the most race wins.

I personally would like to see a change to the manufacturers' championship. In MotoGP, it is based on the best result for each manufacturer at each race. I think it would make it more interesting, especially if the best two or three cars for each manufacturer in each race were used.

I was thinking if Holden win the manufactures championship, who do they give the trophy too  ;)
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: Kytabu on November 15, 2021, 04:28:18 PM
Well, after losing some motivation during lockdown, I'm back to do some stats! I'll update the first post in this thread later; for now here are some milestones from the season so far...

- Round starts: Whincup 250, Van Gisbergen 200, Hazelwood/De Pasquale/Youlden ‚Äč50.
- Race starts: Winterbottom/Whincup 550, Coulthard 450, Reynolds/Slade 350, Pye/Mostert/Percat 250, Hazelwood/De Pasquale/Jones 100, Smith/Fullwood 50.
- Van Gisbergen has moved ahead of Richards, Johnson and Tander to be sixth in total round wins, and ahead of Seton and Brock to be sixth in total race wins.
- Whincup won his seventh round at Symmons Plains, equalling Lowndes' record for most round wins at a single circuit.
- De Pasquale is the fourth driver to score ten pole positions in a season, after Whincup, McLaughlin and Mostert.
- Whincup now has 120 top three round placings, breaking Lowndes' previous record of 116.
- Winterbottom and Van Gisbergen have matched Johnson's mark of 65 top three round placings.
- Van Gisbergen became the third driver, after Johnson and McLaughlin, to secure ten consecutive top three round placings.
- Whincup has matched Lowndes' record of 266 top three race placings.
- Van Gisbergen has become the fifth driver to score 22 or more top three race finishes in a season, after Skaife, Lowndes, Whincup and McLaughlin.
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: AlbertM on November 15, 2021, 06:35:27 PM
Thanks Ky, your work is really appreciated.

Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: Kytabu on November 16, 2021, 06:45:11 PM
Stats post now updated to latest SMP round.
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: REM on November 17, 2021, 05:22:27 PM
SVG on 13 race wins! I thought he was on 12.....

He could yet reach Lowndes on 16 in a season for equal 2nd, but it's great that Scotty will keep his 18 race record!

Mostert is interesting- most fastest laps, but only 1 pole and 2 race wins.....
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: skaifeman on November 17, 2021, 08:26:03 PM
SVG on 13 race wins! I thought he was on 12.....

He could yet reach Lowndes on 16 in a season for equal 2nd, but it's great that Scotty will keep his 18 race record!

Mostert is interesting- most fastest laps, but only 1 pole and 2 race wins.....

Chaz usually comes out, goes quick, burns the tyres and goes backwards. The carrot of going faster always gets to him - posting as a WAU supporter :D.
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: Kytabu on November 23, 2021, 08:36:24 AM
With the round results decided by Saturday's race, Van Gisbergen has become the sixth driver to reach seven round wins in a single season. The mark was first achieved by Moffat in 1977 then matched by Richards in 1985, Skaife in 2002, Whincup in 2011, and McLaughlin in 2019. All of them got to seven with rounds remaining in the season, but they were never able to make it eight; can SVG become the first to do so with another Bathurst win?
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: REM on November 24, 2021, 07:39:17 AM
Is there a manufacturers championship this year?
Yes, for the manufacturer that achieves the most race wins.

I personally would like to see a change to the manufacturers' championship. In MotoGP, it is based on the best result for each manufacturer at each race. I think it would make it more interesting, especially if the best two or three cars for each manufacturer in each race were used.

I was thinking if Holden win the manufactures championship, who do they give the trophy too  ;)

One would suspect that it is the first time a defunct manufacturer has won the title?
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: Zac on November 24, 2021, 10:54:22 AM
Why do we still have a 'Manufacturers Championship'? Ford and Holden don't manufacture the chassis, the body, the transmission/transaxle, clutch, brakes, wheels, suspension, instruments, wiring, seats, fuel tank, cooling system, engine management system, or 90% of the engine on these racecars - and we drive our Toyotas, Hyundais, Subarus and whatever, cheering on our Ford and Holden teams, even though Holden no longer exists and Ford has shrunk to 6.5% of the market (with its range of imported vehicles being almost all utes/SUVs).

The 'Manufacturers Championship' IMO is irrelevant. I saw Larko's piece on "Manufacturer relevance" and shook my head. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YboGmapF9M
Larko, Adrian Burgess and guys from DJR and 888 all gushed about how important that relevance is to Supercars. It isn't, it hasn't been for decades and it will be even less so with Gen3. More to the point: What relevance does V8 Supercars have to the manufacturers? I'd say approximately none. If Supercars did have some relevance, maybe it would show with a positive effect on sales. In 2000, Holden and Ford had around 40% of the new car market with roughly 20% each. Since then, that 40% has dropped to 6.5%. Manufacturers Championship? What's the point? End of rant.

I enjoy the racing, I enjoy the coverage and despite some here going on about the good old days when there was real racing in touring cars, IMHO the racing is better than it's ever been, but having a 'Manufacturers Championship' is to me, beyond meaningless.

Great work all the same, Kytabu. Not your fault that this anachronism exists, and your detail as always is excellent. 
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: Kytabu on December 06, 2021, 04:50:17 PM
2021 round-by-round position tracker
(https://i.ibb.co/bJfCgBz/Untitled-1.jpg)
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: LG on December 06, 2021, 10:54:12 PM
Anton's figures for poles, front row starts and even race wins are pretty good for his first year in a new team.
I expect they will be even better next year.
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: skaifeman on December 07, 2021, 08:39:02 AM
Anton's figures for poles, front row starts and even race wins are pretty good for his first year in a new team.
I expect they will be even better next year.

If I were to put money on the Championship winner for next year, it would be him.
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: Kytabu on December 07, 2021, 09:14:01 AM
Anton's figures for poles, front row starts and even race wins are pretty good for his first year in a new team.
I expect they will be even better next year.

If I were to put money on the Championship winner for next year, it would be him.
I think SVG will still be the man to beat, but I think Anton will be his closest challenger. Throw in Waters if Tickford find some consistency, Mostert and Percat with WAU continuing on an upward trend, and the Erebus guys with their rookie seasons behind them. Along with Feeney, who I think will be fast but inconsistent, and Davison, who will be consistent if not quite as fast, the top nine could be hotly contested.
Title: Re: 2021 stats
Post by: REM on December 07, 2021, 10:24:39 AM
Anton's figures for poles, front row starts and even race wins are pretty good for his first year in a new team.
I expect they will be even better next year.

If I were to put money on the Championship winner for next year, it would be him.
I think SVG will still be the man to beat, but I think Anton will be his closest challenger. Throw in Waters if Tickford find some consistency, Mostert and Percat with WAU continuing on an upward trend, and the Erebus guys with their rookie seasons behind them. Along with Feeney, who I think will be fast but inconsistent, and Davison, who will be consistent if not quite as fast, the top nine could be hotly contested.

4 rounds at SMP Tickford's bogey track really killed their progress this year, Waters was 3rd and even JC was in the 10 up till that point, a proper season should suit them and Randle should go alright too.....