F1 2021: First driver ratings revealed - Kimi Räikkönen, Yuki Tsunoda & Co.

F1 2021: First driver ratings revealed - Kimi Räikkönen, Yuki Tsunoda & Co.

F1 2021

In FIFA tradition, new territory in the premier class of motorsport: In the popular soccer game FIFA, the player ratings have been one of the most exciting details for the huge fan base for many years. Since last year's F1 2020, a fantastic racing game with lots of great racing action and many useful improvements and updates around the virtual premier class, the total of 20 F1 drivers have been given a "Driver Rating", which gives an overview of their strengths and give weakness to the top class of motorsport. EA Sports, the new owner of the British racing game company Codemasters, has been the development team behind the official F1 games since 2009, and Formula 1 has now announced the first ratings.

What to expect in F1 2021 and with which new game modes Codemasters wants to convince, you can find out in our detailed preview.

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The previous ratings in F1 2021 - how strong are Raikkonen & Co.?

Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo): 88 (Exp: 99, RC: 92, AWN: 84, Pace: 86)

Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo): 7 8 (Exp: 54, RC : 81, AWN: 81, pace: 78)

Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri): 90 (Exp: 59, RC: 91, AWN: 99, pace: 89)

Yuki Tsunoda (Alpha Tauri): 80 (Exp: 43, RC: 88, AWN: 78, Pace: 81)

George Russell (Williams): 83 (Exp: 59, RC: 73, AWN: 99, Pace : 82)

Nicholas Latifi (Williams): 70 (Exp: 54, RC: 71, AWN: 83, Pace: 65)

The remaining ratings will be revealed in the coming week. The numbers for Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and Max Verstappen (Red Bull), who are currently in an intense duel for the 2021 World Championship, should be particularly exciting. In addition, there is great interest in the F1 community to see how Codemasters rate the difficult-to-assess performance of Mick Schumacher, who has been driving in Formula 1 since this year. If you would like a comparison to the previous year, we also put the official driver ratings in F1 2020 in the article. As in the previous year, Codemasters will update the statistics for the entire season.

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The complete driver ratings in F1 2020 at a glance

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes): 94

Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes): 90

Max Verstappen ( Red Bull): 90

Alexander Albon (Red Bull): 79

Sergio Perez (Racing Point): 85

Lance Stroll (Racing Point): 78

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari): 86

Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari): 89

Carlos Sainz (McLaren): 82

Lando Norris (McLaren): 79

Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri): 80

Daniil Kvyat (Alpha Tauri): 80

Daniel Ricciardo (Renault): 87

Esteban Ocon (Renault ): 80

Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo):

Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo):

George Russell (Williams): 75

Nicholas Latifi (Williams): 64

Kevin Magnussen (Haas): 78

Romain Grosjean (Haas): 80

The upcoming racing title F1 2021 (buy now 69.99 €) will be released on July 16, 2021 for PC, Xbox Series X / S, Playstation 5, PS4 and Xbox One. One of the big new features is a completely new story mode that aims to virtually capture the gripping and action-packed world of motorsport. Pre-orderers will get access three days earlier, on July 13th, 2021. How do you see Codemasters' assessments? Do you think a game developer can actually assess the real performance of athletes simply by means of numbers or are you rather skeptical about the topic? Write us your thoughts in the comments.

Source: F1.com

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