With just six races to go in the F1 season, the final championship standings are beginning to take shape.
Red Bull and Max Verstappen have dominated proceedings with the Milton Keynes-based outfit securing all but one victory this term and the Dutchman defeated on only three occasions, yet behind the picture has fluctuated throughout the campaign as the chasing pack tries to catch up.
Some drivers have fared better than others within intra-team battles and RacingNews365.com brings you the breakdown of how each team's points have been shared between teammates.
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At Red Bull, Verstappen has easily outperformed Sergio Perez, who has struggled for form throughout the campaign - the championship leader has secured 64 per cent of the team's 623 points with 400 to his name.
There is a similar disparity at Mercedes, where Lewis Hamilton's 190 points to George Russell's 115 gives the seven-time World Champion a 62 per cent share of the points.
A victory for Carlos Sainz at the Singapore Grand Prix has helped swing the Ferrari battle his way, with the Spaniard 15 points ahead of Charles Leclerc with 150. The percentage split between the duo is 53-47.
Fernando Alonso secured podium after podium in the first half of the season whilst Lance Stroll - albeit recovering from injury - struggled. With 174 points to 47, the two-time champion holds a 79 per cent share of Aston Martin's tally, the second biggest difference on the grid.
Oscar Piastri has impressed in his rookie season with McLaren but Lando Norris' impressive performances have led to a skew in the points share. The ratio is split at 67-33.
The second closest battle on the grid sees the Alpine teammates separated by just 11 points. Pierre Gasly has 46 points to Esteban Ocon's 35 with both having scored podium finishes - the former securing a 55 per cent share of the French manufacturer's haul.
Alex Albon has the biggest margin over a teammate on the grid with a 100 per cent share of Williams' 21 points, given Logan Sargeant is yet to get off the mark.
Only 12 points have been scored by Haas this term and with nine, Nico Hulkenberg has outscored Kevin Magnussen by a factor of three - a 75 per cent share.
Ten points for Alfa Romeo - six for Valtteri Bottas and four for Zhou Guanyu - provide the Finn with a 60 per cent share, the same split seen at AlphaTauri with only two of its four drivers scoring so far.
Yuki Tsunoda has secured three points and stand-in Liam Lawson picked up two in Singapore.