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Chinese GP resultsPosted : Monday 22nd April 2019 14:06:31 pm GMT

The scores and league tables have now been updated with the results from the Chinese GP.

Players on strategy 1 can now make changes to their team before the race 4 deadline for the Azerbaijan GP in 2 weeks time.

All players can now make amendments to their bonus picks.


Race preview - China, #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Tuesday 9th April 2019 17:28:14 pm GMT

Bahrain GP result

Hamilton clinched victory at the Bahrain GP as a failure with an engine component cruelly denied Leclerc his first victory in the sport and for Ferrari. Bottas also gained from Leclerc's misfortune to make it another Mercedes 1-2 in the early stages of 2019. Leclerc conversely benefited from a late safety cay, allowing him to limp home in third. Vettel spun out of contention after his battle with Hamilton, consoling him to 5th place. A superb drive from Norris saw him finish as best of the rest in 6th, ahead of the consistent Raikkonen in the Alfa Romeo. Gasly came home in a rather disappointing 8th in the Red Bull, he'll need to improve his results before too long or questions will be asked.

Top 10 - 1. Hamilton, 2. Bottas, 3. Leclerc, 4. Verstappen, 5. Vettel, 6. Norris, 7. Raikkonen, 8. Gasly, 9. Albon, 10. Perez

Chinese GP

Last season the Chinese GP provided plenty of entertainment as Ricciardo stormed through the field to take victory in the Red Bull. The 2 Finns followed, with Bottas ahead of Raikkonen - resulting in each of the 3 main constructors being represented on the podium. This year's race plays host to the milestone 1000th GP, expect fireworks and extra motivation from the teams to deliver a strong result on the big occasion.

2019 podium prediction - 1. Hamilton, 2. Vettel, 3. Bottas

Fantasy Game

Lewis Hamilton topped the rankings this round with a total of 292 points, whilst Leclerc claimed 2nd thanks to his pole, fastest lap and driver of the day points - culminating in a total of 232. Bottas proved a reliable source of points following his win in Australia, 187 in total whilst Verstappen and Vettel were evenly match on 157. The German driver has yet to deliver this season and as such his value has deteriorated to below £15M. Will you stick with the Ferrari man or look elsewhere? Further down the grid Norris proved the pick of the bunch with an impressive 142 points tally, offering good value for the initial £7M investment. Raikkonen put in another solid display, with his 216 owners getting 122 points in return. Despite lagging far behind in the races the 2 Williams drivers are offering good value for money, with Russell (£5.23M) and Kubica (£5.59M) scoring 81 and 78 points respectively.

Jack Lowe


Bahrain GP resultsPosted : Sunday 31st March 2019 17:29:33 pm GMT

The scores and league tables have now been updated with the results from the Bahrain GP.

Players on strategy 1 can now make changes to their team before the race 2 deadline for the Chinese GP in 2 weeks time.

All players can now make amendments to their bonus picks.


Race preview - Bahrain, #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Wednesday 27th March 2019 19:27:08 pm GMT

Australian GP recap

Lights out and away we go for 2019! Mercedes started the season with a bang with an emphatic 1-2, but with Bottas the surprise victor. Winless in 2018 a determined drive by the Finn saw him finish over 20 seconds ahead of team-mate Hamilton to lay down an early marker. Not favoured by many he made a strong claim to be in the mix for the championship this time around. Verstappen claimed the final podium place for Red Bull, ahead of both Ferrari's whilst Magnussen finished best of the rest in 6th place for Haas. With Melbourne often a law unto itself we'll maybe get a clearer picture for the season ahead next time out.

Top 10 - 1. Bottas, 2. Hamilton, 3. Verstappen, 4. Vettel, 5. Leclerc, 6. Magnussen, 7. Hulkenberg, 8. Raikkonen, 9. Stroll, 10. Kvyat

Bahrain GP

Last season it was Vettel who came home to win around the Sakhir circuit in Bahrain, ahead of the Mercedes duo of Bottas and Hamilton. Ferrari need a similar result this time out after a disappointing season-opener for them. The likes of Ricciardo, Sainz and Grosjean will be hoping for better fortunes this time after they all retired from the first race.

2019 podium prediction - 1. Hamilton, 2. Bottas, 3. Leclerc

Fantasy Game

Bottas claimed an impressive 328 points in the first round of the 2019 game, with the fastest lap and new driver of the day bonus alongside the race victory. Only 130 players selected the Finnish driver, will those of you on strategy 1 now be tempted and will those on strategy 2 regret the decision to omit the Mercedes driver? If he can replicate the season Rosberg had in 2016 he will become an essential pick this time around. Elsewhere, in the midfield battle it was Magnussen and Hulkenberg who came out on top, with 133 and 132 points respectively. Further down the popular pick of Raikkonen scored a solid 107 points on his return to Alfa Romeo (formerly Sauber), a total matched by the returning Kvyat in the Toro Rosso who proved good value at £5.5M. It was a home race to forget for Ricciardo fans as an early retirement meant a mere 35 points on his debut for Renault.

Jack Lowe


Australian GP ResultsPosted : Sunday 17th March 2019 12:13:26 pm GMT

The scores and league tables have been updated with the results from the Australian GP.

Players on strategy 1 can now make changes to their team before the race 2 deadline for the Bahrain GP in 2 weeks time.

All players can now make amendments to their bonus picks.


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