Kamui Kobayashi has score 88% of the points Sergio Perez has in a Sauber

Paul Di Resta has scored 87% of the points Nico Hulkenberg has in a Force India

Jenson Button has scored 86% of the points Lewis Hamilton has in a Mclaren

Danial Ricciardo has scored 83% of the points Jean Eric Vergne has in Torro Rosso

Bruno Senna has scored 69% of the points Pastor Maldonado has in a Williams

Mark Webber has scored 61% of the points Sebastian Vetttel has in a Red Bull

Romain Grosjean has scored 46% of the points that Kimi Raikonnen has in a Lotus

Michael Schumacher has scored 46% of the points Nico Rosberg has in a Mercedes

Fellipe Massa has scored 41% of the points Fernando Alonso has in a Ferrari.

So Felipe is still adrift at the bottom but might close the gap a bit before season has done and I don't think its nearly as big as his early form suggested it was. Its fair to say Grosjean and Schumacher have been thrashed this season but I guess as a rookie up against a world champion and someone who announced his retirement mid season it might have been expected.

The big surprise for me is the gap between Webber and Vettel because last year Webber scored 65% of the points Vettel did which actually means he's performed worse compared to him than he did last year. I'm sure Lewis and Jenson will get discussed but its still very close and all I'm going to comment is that last year Lewis scored 84% of the points Jenson did so its pretty even the opposite way round now.

Closest pairing are Kobi and Perez - explain to me again why one is off to a big team and the other might not get a drive because I'm really confused on that one.

I'm still trying to figure out a way of applying this stat to the 3 back end teams and if I come up with something I'll update it - and I might update after Brazil as well.

Any of these stats shock anyone at all? Thought some drivers were doing better or worse than they were?