- Qualifying - whichever driver qualified further up the grid (NB. If one or both driver failed to partake in Qualifying, the results are excluded from the graph)
- Races - whichever driver finished ahead in the race (NB. Only counting races both drivers finished)
- Share of points - Points scored towards the teams total
- Technical retirements - How many non-accident/collision related retirements (NB. Engine/suspension failures, etc)
Out-qualifying his team mate 12-4 should always have put Ruiz ahead, and he ended the season with a cumulative qualifying gap of nearly 2.5 seconds, but when he did lose out he tended to do so in a big way.
The one bonus Giodano had at mid-season was his cumulative qualifying advantage, but with poor showings in the wet in Germany and Japan, Domenicalli overhauled that as well to end nearly half a second ahead.
Races were closer but Simon was still bested by Beckenbauer, and only narrowly beat Maxwell, but managed to score more points than both his team mates combined, although he only suffered one technical retirement to Beckenbauer's three and Maxwell's two.
All of this is made even more impressive given Kinnumen suffered double the number of technical retirements, and ended up cumulative qualifying deficits to both team mates.
Thunder can only be disappointed by the cumulative qualifying gaps however, as he ended up around 2.5 seconds down on both team mates, though in comparison to Hoskins this was largely due to a wet session in Japan.
The cumulative qualifying gap is falsified somewhat by the wet session in Japan where Milkovich took a stunning pole but Mattson struggled in last. The gap hadn't reached two seconds in either's favour but ended up over 3 at seasons end.
Following the tight cumulative qualifying battle at mid-season, Beyer took the reigns and stretched the gap to nearly 3.5 seconds come the time the flag dropped in the final session in Japan.
Harrison cane feel hard done by however, as he suffered six technical retirements compared to two suffered by the other car all season, which surely ruined his hopes of a points finish at least once.
Agostino's race record is even more impressive considering he retired with technical faults four times compared to Davenport's two and ended up over two second down in qualifying cumulatively.
Neither driver will be retained for 2016 with Sikes spending a year on loan at new outfit North Star and Dwyer dropped from the team, though if the results don't come questions will be asked if the right decision was made.
Harding was behind both team mates in qualifying and Beckenbauer in races, while Osterhagen's lack of finishes ahead could be attributed to his five technical retirements. Both Harding and Osterhagen are reported to have contracts with Warrior for 2016, but it remains to be seen what roles they will both be alongside the rookie Dutchman Jochem van Snelheid on loan from Westwood.