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Race preview - Belgium, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Thursday 23rd August 2018 16:33:20 pm GMT

Hungary GP

Before the summer break it was advantage Hamilton as he claimed back to back wins with victory at the Hungaroring circuit. He lead the 2 Ferraris, with Vettel importantly ahead of Raikkonen. There was more disappointment for Red Bull as yet again one of their drivers retired from the race, this time Verstappen. Bottas once more was unlucky as late tyre issues with and a collision with Ricciardo for which he was penalised meant a higher points finish was denied and he had to settle for 5th. It was a good race too for the Red Bull bound Gasly who finished best of the rest in 6th ahead of Magnussen and the 2 Spaniard's Alonso and Sainz whilst Grosjean rounded off the top 10 and ensured Haas a double points finish. Away for the track there are driver changes aplenty for 2019. Alonso's retirement has paved with way for his compatriot Sainz to take his seat at McLaren. Ricciardo is the surprise replacement taking the vacant Renault seat, and he'll be replaced at Red Bull by Gasly.

Top 10 - 1. Hamilton, 2. Vettel, 3. Raikkonen, 4. Ricciardo, 5. Bottas, 6. Gasly, 7. Magnussen, 8. Alonso, 9. Sainz, 10. Grosjean

Belgium

In 2017 it was Lewis Hamilton who claimed the win around Spa, ahead of title rival Vettel and the Red Bull of Ricciardo. With little to choose between them the two contenders will be nip and tuck in 2018 as well!

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

Fantasy Game

Hamilton came top in round 12 with a total of 320 points to extend his lead at the top of the leaderboard to 201 points over Vettel. The 2 drivers have opened up a significant lead over third place Bottas who is well over 500 points behind Vettel and 700 from Hamilton. Alonso's eigth placed finish sees him maintain the smallest of margins over Magnussen for the best of the rest in the ever changing and tight midfield battle. Less than 330 points separate Alonso and Leclerc with 10 drivers in that group! My picks - Hamilton (£18.34M), Magnussen (£8.84M) and Verstappen (£10.80M).

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


Hungary GPPosted : Sunday 29th July 2018 17:23:43 pm GMT

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

Those on strategy 1 can now make changes to their team prior to the next race in Belgium after the summer break in 1 months time.

All players can now make amendments to bonus picks.


Race preview - Hungary, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Thursday 26th July 2018 12:29:15 pm GMT

German GP

The fate of the 2018 season took another twist as we returned to Germany. Hamilton's stunning drive after starting only 14th to claim victory in a dry-wet race coupled with Vettel's spectacular crash sees the Brit top the standings once more in this ever-changing race for title number 5 between the two protagonists. It was the other silver arrow of Bottas who claimed second whilst Raikkonen made it 4 podiums in a row to finish third. There was drama too further down the field as rain struck Hockenheim late on, with Magnussen and Leclerc being two of the top 10 drivers to suffer, whilst the 2 Force India's benefited. It also allowed Ericsson and Hartley to unlikely claim the final two points positions whilst Hulkenberg yet again finished best of the rest in 5th whilst his team-mate struggled.

Top 10 - 1. Hamilton, 2. Bottas, 3. Raikkonen, 4. Verstappen, 5. Hulkenberg, 6. Grosjean, 7. Perez, 8. Ocon, 9. Ericsson, 10. Hartley

Hungary

Last year it was Vettel who was victorious in Hungary, leading a Ferrari 1-2. A similar result is required here after the disaster last time out. Bottas headed Hamilton to claim the last spot on the podium after the Brit let Bottas past at the end. Red Bull have high hopes for this race weekend, with similarities to that of Monaco and Ferrari will be spurred on following the sad passing of their former President this week.

2018 podium prediction - 1. Vettel, 2. Ricciardo, 3. Verstappen

Fantasy Game

Hamilton's surge to victory has seen him rise to the top of the standings once again, with a mighty 362 points this round which is the highest all season so far. Next in line was his team-mate with a mere 197 in comparison. With at least one of Vettel or Hamilton essential who will you pick to accompany them this round, will you back one of the Red Bulls at a relatively cheap price - Ricciardo (£10.93M), Verstappen (£11.86M) or will you spend a bit more on one of the more reliable Finns - Bottas (£13.02M), Raikkonen (£12.30M)? Further down the order Hulkenberg consolidated his tag as best of the rest with an impressive 5th place and 157 points to boot. At just £8.23M is he the midfield pick not to miss out on? Magnussen was unlucky not to score well this weekend and it looks set between the Haas and Renault drivers to fight it out for 4th in the constructors. My tips - Vettel (£16.10M), Ricciardo (£10.93M) and Sainz (£7.93M).

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


German GPPosted : Sunday 22nd July 2018 15:37:31 pm GMT

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

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

All players can now make amendments to bonus picks.


Race preview - Germany, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Wednesday 18th July 2018 12:44:45 pm GMT

British GP

Sebastian Vettel extended his championship lead over Hamilton after clinching victory at the British GP as the drama unfolded at Silverstone. A first lap collision between Hamilton and Vettel's team- mate Raikkonen put the Brit last, but Hamilton fought back defiantly to claim second whilst Raikkonen (who was penalised for the incident) controversially took the final podium spot. There was more bad luck for Bottas, who at one stage was leading the race, as he had to settle for fourth as his tyres were drastically falling away at the end. There was disappointment too for Verstappen who had to retire, he was also in contention for a podium. It was a better race however for Hulkenberg who claimed the best of the rest tag after finishing 6th whilst the two Force India's finished in the points in their home race.

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

Germany

After a 1 year absence the circus returns to Germany with both championships finally poised. Home favourite Vettel will be looking to press home his advantage whilst Hamilton will be seeking justice after what happened in his home race. In 2016 it was Hamilton who was victorious ahead of the Red Bull duo of Ricciardo and Verstappen.

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

Fantasy Game

Vettel's triumph in the British GP sees him extend his lead at the top of the standings as well as being the most valuable driver in the game at £17.04M. Vettel and Hamilton have now opened up a gap of more than 400 points over third place Ricciardo, emphasizing their dominance so far in 2018. Ococn and Alonso enjoyed back-to-back races in the points whilst Leclerc's solid run was put to an end with a faulty pit-stop which forced him to retire from the race. Will you play it safe this weekend or take a gamble to make up ground on league rivals? My tips - Bottas (£12.87M), Verstappen (£11.83M), Perez (£8.88M).

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


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