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Points Scoring

Formula 1 - Points Scoring

Drivers accumulate points for their performance in the Race & Qualifying. Constructors score all points accumulated by their drivers, with the exception of those points accumulated in “driver only” scoring categories. Check out the events in the scoring matrix below.

Qualifying General:
Did not progress to Q2: 1 points
Progressed to Q2 but did not progress to Q3: 2 points
Progressed to Q3: 3 points
Qualified ahead of team mate: 2 points
Did not qualify -5 points
Qualifying Position Bonuses:
Pole position: +10 points
2nd Place: +9 points
3rd Place: +8 points
4th Place: +7 points
5th Place: +6 points
6th Place: +5 points
7th Place: +4 points
8th Place: +3 points
9th Place: +2 points
10th Place: +1 points
Race General:
Finished Race: 1 points
Finished ahead of team mate: 3 points
Finished race, position gained: +2 points per position gained (max +10)
Started race within Top 10, finished race but lost position: -2 points per position lost (max -10)
Started race outside Top 10, finished race but lost position: -1 points per position lost (max -5)
Did not Finish race: -15 points
Disqualification from race: -20 points
Race Position Bonuses:
1st Place: +25 points
2nd Place: +18 points
3rd Place: +15 points
4th Place: +12 points
5th Place: +10 points
6th Place: +8 points
7th Place: +6 points
8th Place: +4 points
9th Place: +2 points
10th Place: +1 points

Definitions

Ace

When a serve lands in the opponent's service box and is not touched the opponent.

Break Of Serve

When a player wins a game on the opponent's serve.

Break Point

An opportunity for a player to win a break of the opponents serve, if they win the ensuing point.

Double Fault

A player gets two chances on each point to begin the point by putting a service in play. If they fail on both attempts to get the ball in play this is a double fault.

Matches

Matches are either best of three or best of five sets.

Service game

Individual games make up a set, with one player serving in each game. A game consists of a sequence of points, with a player needing to win four to win the game.

Set

The first player to six games is awarded a set. You must win by two clear games.

Straight Sets Victory

When a player wins their match without allowing their opponent to win a set.

Tiebreak

If both players reach six games in a set, a tie-break is often played, with both players playing an extended game and the first player to seven points (must win by two clear points) winning the set.