17. Kevin Magnussen - 6.45
It wasn’t a scintillating campaign from Magnussen but he showed enough during his second chance in F1 to secure a multi-year deal at another team. Was pushed closer by team-mate Palmer than many would have expected at the start of the season, but Magnussen delivered the best possible result when it was on offer in Russia. Struggled to keep his motivation high as the year went on - with the car not being developed - and a lack of commitment from Renault saw his performances drop off, only scoring higher than 7/10 once in the final 13 races.