making a racing constructors table

woodzy58

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Hi all,


Needing some help with a online F1 racing league simulation table to create a constructors/team table.
I have the individual drivers standings side of it working perfectly but for the new season they have introduced teams and I don't have the excel knowledge how to make this.

I want it so excel, picks up the two drivers names (the two teammates) from the driver table and adds their two respective points together, regardless of where the drivers points 'cell' has moved to.
was going to make constructor table on seperate sheet but can make it on the same one as drivers table if easier.

Thank you so much in advance if anyone can help! :)
 

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etaf

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theres quite a few ways to do this - depends on the layout of the data
See my signiture for XL2BB or the menu item to show how to display your spreadsheet - or attach via dropbox , onedrive - BUT XL2BB is preferred
This is the name hard coded for each team, BUT you could use a lookup table

Book2
ABCDE
1driverconstructorpoints
2Name11A30
3Name210B3
4Name32
5name420
Sheet2
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
E2E2=SUMIF($A$2:$A$5,"name2",$B$2:$B$5)+SUMIF($A$2:$A$5,"name4",$B$2:$B$5)
E3E3=SUMIF($A$2:$A$5,"name1",$B$2:$B$5)+SUMIF($A$2:$A$5,"name3",$B$2:$B$5)
 
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etaf

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you are welcome
 

woodzy58

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Just for future reference, how would it work if the table was on a seperate sheet?

thanks in advance
 

etaf

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you would reference that sheet by its name
So if its called Sheet2
then sheet2!cell range
like sheet2!A1:A100

OR if the results are on sheet2 and you are referring to sheet1 OR another name

Say the sheet is called
Driver
and the other sheet is called
Constructor

then the name and points would be on the sheet driver
so
=SUMIF(Driver!$A$2:$A$5,"name2",Driver!$B$2:$B$5)+SUMIF(Driver!$A$2:$A$5,"name4",Driver!$B$2:$B$5)

BUT if the sheet name has a space like Driver Results , then you need to use a ' around the name

Driver Results
would be
'Driver Results'!

=SUMIF('Driver Results'!$A$2:$A$5,"name2",'Driver Results'!$B$2:$B$5)+SUMIF('Driver! Results'$A$2:$A$5,"name4",'Driver Results'!$B$2:$B$5)
 

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