Hulkenberg gathered 58 points finishing the season in 10-th place overall. He tallied six DNF's, 10 Q3 qualifiers and nine point-finishes with his best reach being sixth place (three times - Austria, Japan and Brazil).
Perez hauled in 78 points, one podium (third place in the Russian Grand Prix), three fifth places (Belgium, USA and Abu Dhabi) and a total of 12 point-finishes ending up in ninth place overall. His only DNF was in Hungary and reached Q3 nine times.
Ricciardo amassed 92 points with the best highlight of two podiums (second in Singapore and third in Hungary) to finish the season at eighth position. He also added three race fastest laps - Monaco, Hungary and Singapore - and three DNF's.
Kvyat picked up his first F1 career podium (second place in Hungary) and was knocking on the door four more times at fourth place on the way to accumulating 95 points and grabbing the lucky seventh position in the final standings. He also added only three DNF's in his maiden season with Red Bull and sophomore in F1.
Massa picked up 121 points ending up twice on the podium (both third place - Austria and Italy) with a sixth position in the final stands just 15 points behind teammate - Valtteri Bottas. He only added two DNF's and alternated better positions in both races and qualifying with Bottas.
Bottas tallied 136 points with a peak performance of two podiums (both at third place - Canada and Mexico) to end up at fifth position in the final standings. He only added three DNF's and alternated better positions in both races and qualifying with his teammate - Felipe Massa.
Raikkonen gathered 150 points, picked up three podiums - one second and two thirds to climb in to fourth place in the final standings in the last race of the season. He also tallied five DNF's and sneaked in the fastest lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Vettel tallied 278 points, three wins (Malaysia, Hungary and Singapore), 13 podiums and managed to only get one DNF - Mexico - to finish the 2015 F1 season in third place right behind the mighty Mercedeses. He also managed to snatch a pole in Singapore and two race fastest laps in Canada and Russia.
Hamilton ended the season with 381 points, 10 wins, 17 podiums, only one DNF and was crowned, for third time in his career, as a World Champion. In addition he had 11 pole positions and eight race fastest laps.