After 11 rounds of the 2022 F1 season, several drivers and teams find themselves in much better – or worse – positions than 12 months ago.
In terms of the drivers, George Russell has 'won' more points than anyone else so far, as he benefits from swapping Williams for Mercedes (despite the Silver Arrows' early-season problems).
Ferrari pair Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are next on the list, both drivers making significant steps forward thanks to the Scuderia emerging as title contenders.
Red Bull have also made solid gains with both drivers; Sergio Perez displaying better consistency than 2021, and Max Verstappen managing to improve on the first half of his title-winning campaign.
Towards the bottom of the list, Lewis Hamilton finds himself almost 100 points worse off, having gone from a race-winning car to an occasional podium finisher.
Hamilton's former teammate, Valtteri Bottas, is also a big loser – his Mercedes being switched for a midfield-running Alfa Romeo.
Drivers: F1 2022 vs F1 2021
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What about F1's teams?
In term of the Constructors' Championship battle, Ferrari are the biggest improvers with nearly 150 points more to their name.
Red Bull follow in second, with Alfa Romeo and Haas making plenty of progress under the sport's new technical regulations to place third and fourth respectively.
Along with Hamilton's slide down the competitive order, Mercedes as a team feature towards the bottom of the list for points lost.
Having won a record-extending eighth successive title last season, the Brackley-based outfit had much more to lose under F1's rules reset.
However, McLaren are the team to have lost the most points of all compared to the halfway mark in 2021, when they were fighting for third in the standings.
Teams: F1 2022 vs F1 2021
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