The 2009 season's statistical review

The 2009 season's statistical review

The 2009 Formula 1 season will be remembered for several reasons, from Jenson Button's first time, to Ferrari's dismal campaign. Michele Merlino sums up the year in statistics

The 2009 F1 season was markedly different from the previous ones, as for the first time since 1995, McLaren or Ferrari didn't stand in one of the two first places of the constructors' championship.

This is the most striking figure which outlines the season, as the two teams combined scored 141 points and were not able to reach the points tally of what McLaren or Ferrari were able to achieve in 2008, respectively 151 and 172 points.

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