F1 2022 My Team driver ratings revealed

EA and Codemasters have revealed the official launch day driver ratings for F1 2022′s My Team mode.

For this year’s entry, driver ratings are said to be more representative of their current form and less about the driver’s legacy, according to Codemasters. The overall rating is made up of the following categories:

  • (EXP): This is based on the number of race starts a driver has over the course of their career
  • (RAC): The driver’s ability to work their way through the pack and finish in a higher position than where they started
  • (AWA): The less time spent in the Steward’s room will help drivers here. Real-world punishments will impact the score in this category
  • (PAC): Benefits those who get closest to the fastest qualifying and race lap times. A driver beating their teammate is also taken into consideration
  • (RTG): The combination of the previous four ratings. This overall rating will go up and down throughout the season based on performance

At launch, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton will be the strongest drivers on the grid with overall ratings of 94, with Charles Leclerc just behind them with a 92. Check out the full list of driver ratings for launch day below:

  • Max Verstappen – 94
  • Lewis Hamilton – 94
  • Valtteri Bottas – 88
  • Sergio Perez – 88
  • Carlos Sainz Jr. – 87
  • Lando Norris – 90
  • Charles Leclerc – 92
  • Daniel Ricciardo – 83
  • Pierre Gasly – 84
  • Fernando Alonso – 89
  • Esteban Ocon – 83
  • Sebastian Vettel – 85
  • Lance Stroll – 80
  • Yuki Tsunoda – 78
  • George Russell – 90
  • Nicholas Latifi – 70
  • Mick Schumacher – 77
  • Kevin Magnussen – 81
  • Alexander Albon – 82
  • Guanyu Zhou – 70

“Now a mainstay for other EA SPORTS titles, our dynamic Driver Ratings continue to stir the drivers’ emotions, and it’s great to see the camaraderie and banter between teammates,” Paul Jeal, F1 Senior Franchise Director at Codemasters, said. “Our new panel of F1 experts will work closely with us to ensure F1 22 reflects what happens on the track, and we know the updates will lead to even more debate over the course of the season.”

F1 2022 launches July 1st for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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