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Race preview - United States, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Thursday 18th October 2018 14:37:32 pm GMT

Jubilant in Japan

Lewis Hamilton's march towards a fifth world title continued in Suzuka with another dominant performance from the British driver who claimed his 9th win in 2018. Team mate Bottas played the rear gunner role superbly to keep the fiesty Verstappen behind. Vettel's desperation was evident as a needless collision when trying to pass Verstappen put him at the back of the pack, resulting in a damaging 6th place. Can Hamilton seal championship number 5 this time out in Austin?

Top 10 - 1. Hamilton, 2. Bottas, 3. Verstappen, 4. Ricciardo, 5. Raikkonen, 6. Vettel, 7. Perez, 8. Grosjean, 9. Ocon, 10. Sainz

United States GP

A race which Lewis Hamilton has dominated since its return to the calendar bodes well as he attempts to clinch his 5th world title this Sunday. Last season Hamilton was victorious in Austin ahead of the two Ferrari's, Vettel and Raikkonen. A similar result would mean the championship fight would continue onto Mexico. The stakes are never higher than they are this weekend!

2018 podium prediction - 1. Hamilton, 2. Vettel, 3. Bottas

Fantasy Game

Hamilton reigned supreme once more to claim the most points this round, with 303 in total. He now boasts a lead of over 650 points to second place Vettel and has been formidable since the summer break. Those who kept faith after the early season swing seemingly in Ferrari's favour are now reaping the reward. Elsewhere it was a good weekend for Red Bull, with their drivers 3rd and 4th, Ricciardo scoring some good points (193) thanks to positions gained bonuses. Perez cemented his position as best of the rest thanks to another solid weekend for the Mexican driver. As the season nears its close will you stick or twist with your final few selections? My tips - Hamilton (£20.88M), Grosjean (£7.22M), Verstappen (£12.18M).

Enjoy the race and don't forget those bonus picks!


Japanese GPPosted : Sunday 7th October 2018 08:03:09 am GMT

The scores and league tables have been updated with the results of the Japanese GP.

Those on strategy 1 can now make changes to their team prior to the next race in the United States in 2 weeks time.

All players can now make amendments to bonus picks.


Race preview - Japan, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Thursday 4th October 2018 12:33:51 pm GMT

Russian Roulette

Hamilton's drive towards a 5th world title continued in Russia, although not without controversy as his teammate was asked to move to one side to let him by. Despite that Ferrari had no answer to Mercedes superior pace this weekend and had to settle for third and fourth, Vettel ahead of Raikkonen. The 2 Red Bulls followed with their surge through the field, Verstappen yet again showed his ability with some fantastic overtakes and a great opening stint. Leclerc had a fantastic drive to finish 7th for Sauber whilst Magussen and the 2 Force India's rounded off the top 10.

Top 10 - 1. Hamilton, 2. Bottas, 3. Vettel, 4. Raikkonen, 5. Verstappen, 6. Ricciardo, 7. Leclerc, 8. Magnussen, 9. Ocon, 10. Perez

Japanese GP

Last year Hamilton was Victorious in Suzuka ahead of the 2 Red Bull drivers, Verstappen and Ricciardo. If the Red Bulls can similarly be in the mix this year we could be in for an exciting race!

2018 podium prediction - 1. Hamilton, 2. Vettel, 3. Raikkonen

Fantasy Game

Once more Hamilton dominates the top of the standings, with a further 288 added to his now total of 3882 points. Vettel is cut adrift in second place but some 600+ points ahead of Bottas. The fight for third is closer between the 2 Finns and the Red Bulls. There is a mere 3 points between Perez and Magnussen for the best of the rest tag, with the 2 Spaniards Sainz and Alonso hot on their heels. My tips - Hamilton (£20.37M), Ricciardo (£10.35M), Sainz (8.06M). Shaun Harding's Strolling Along in 15th is currently top of the overall standings by some 218 points with the top 10 all on strategy 1, great work guys!

Enjoy the race and don't forget those bonus picks!


Russia GPPosted : Sunday 30th September 2018 14:12:23 pm GMT

The scores and league tables have been updated with the results of the Russian GP.

Those on strategy 1 can now make changes to their team prior to the next race in Japan in 1 week.

All players can now make amendments to bonus picks.


Race preview - Russia, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Thursday 27th September 2018 12:11:28 pm GMT

Singapore sling

An astonishing pole lap and a flawless drive, Lewis Hamilton reigned supreme around Marina Bay. Vettel had no response and had to settle for third, with Verstappen sandwiched in between the 2 title rivals. The Dutchman himself had a fine weekend for Red Bull. Alonso showed his class to finish best of the rest for McLaren in 7th, ahead of his compatriot and 2019 replacement Carlos Sainz. Leclerc had a strong showing in his first race since being announced as a Ferrari drive for next season to come home in 9th. It was a disappointing weekend for both Force India and Haas as both failed to score any points. The characteristics of Sochi should play more to their strengths.

Top 10 - 1. Hamilton, 2. Verstappen, 3. Vettel, 4. Bottas, 5. Raikkonen, 6. Ricciardo, 7. Alonso, 8. Sainz, 9. Leclerc, 10. Hulkenberg

Russian GP

In 2017 it was Bottas who was victorious for Mercedes who have never been beaten around Sochi since its return in 2014. Vettel pushed Bottas all the way but ultimately couldn't make the move, whilst his team mate Raikkonen finished 3rd. With Hamilton now boasting a 40 point lead it is almost a case of now or never for Vettel.

2018 podium prediction - 1. Hamilton, 2. Vettel, 3. Bottas

Fantasy Game

Hamilton's near perfect weekend sees him extend his grip at the top of the standings, with a lead of over 400 points to second place Vettel. The midfield battle is as intense as ever with one good/bad weekend seeing drivers go up or down several places. Will you take a risk or play it with a more reliable pick like Perez or Hulkenberg? My tips - Hamilton (£19.85M), Ocon (£8.30M), Leclerc (£6.16M). Note - Verstappen and Ricciardo both have engine penalties so will be starting towards the back of the grid.

Enjoy the race and don't forget to make those bonus picks!


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