18. Marcus Ericsson - 6.40
Ericsson actually gained the exact same score as Gutierrez - to the seventh decimal place - but is ranked ahead of the Mexican courtesy of a higher top score during the season. More consistent than team-mate Nasr, Ericsson was hardly setting the world alight but got more out of the car more often. Outqualified his team-mate 12-7 and produced some impressive drives without reward such as a one-stop to 11th in Mexico. However, both Sauber drivers suffered heavily for their collision in Monaco.