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Race preview - Britain, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Wednesday 4th July 2018 16:36:03 pm GMT

Austria GP

Max Verstappen claimed a popular victory around the Red Bull Ring in Austria and his first of 2018. In a dramatic race where both Mercedes retired Ferrari bounced back to claim the final 2 podium places, Raikkonen ahead of Vettel. The sister Haas team claimed their best result in F1 to date with Grosjean 4th and Magnussen 5th. Grosjean was on the pace all weekend, has his luck finally turned in 2018? It was a good weekend too for Force India and Sauber, where both their drivers scored points. Alonso too got his campaign back on track with an 8th placed finish. With the title race blown open once more how will Mercedes and Hamilton respond at their home race?

Top 10 - 1. Verstappen, 2. Raikkonen, 3. Vettel, 4. Grosjean, 5. Magnussen, 6. Ocon, 7. Perez, 8. Alonso, 9. Leclerc, 10. Ericsson

Great Britain

Last year it was a clean sweep for Hamilton in front of his home crowd, with pole, fastest lap and the race victory. The two Finns of Bottas and Raikkonen occupied the other 2 podium positions. There was late drama as both Ferraris suffered from punctures, with Vettel losing out more - finishing in 7th place. Can Hamilton respond in style following his first DNF since Malaysia 2016?

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

Fantasy Game

Max Verstappen claimed his first win of 2018 in Austria and with it the highest points total of the weekend - 306. Raikkonen had a solid round t00, picking up the fastest lap bonus to take his round total to 226. It was very closely matched between the Haas and Force India drivers, with just 10 points separating the highest (Grosjean - 170) and lowest (Ocon - 160). My tips - Hamilton (£16.58M), Raikkonen (£11.92M), Grosjean (£7.65M).

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


Austria GPPosted : Sunday 1st July 2018 15:23:52 pm GMT

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

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

All players can now make amendments to bonus picks.


Race preview - Austria, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Wednesday 27th June 2018 13:01:46 pm GMT

France GP

A return to winning ways for Hamilton sees the title fight swing back in his favour. A strong performance all weekend for the British driver who claimed pole and controlled the race from start to finish, similar in some ways to Vettel's victory in Cananda. Max Verstappen came home in an impressive second place whilst Raikkonen benefited from damage to Ricciardo's car to claim the final podium position. It was another strong outing for Magnussen who held off Bottas to finish sixth, whilst the 2 Renault's came home in 8th and 9th at their home grand prix. Leclerc once again impressed with another points finish in his Sauber, adding fuel to the rumours that a top drive for 2019 could be on the cards for the young driver.

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

Austria

Last year it was Bottas who was victorious around the Red Bull Ring circuit, with Vettel second and Ricciardo third. The Finn could do with replicating that result this year as his title challenge is fast fading away. Others in need of a result are McLaren who suffered their worst result of 2018 last time out. Can Verstappen or Raikkonen claim their first win of 2018 in Austria? Part 2 of the triple header awaits!

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

Fantasy Game

Hamilton topped the points this time out with 303 to move back on top of the overall standings, just 20 points is the difference between him and Vettel now. The other 'top 6' drivers scores were tight, with just 35 points between the highest of Verstappen (183) and lowest Vettel (148). Bottas once more claimed the fastest lap bonus. Magnussen led the midfield drivers with a total of 138 points whilst the Renault drivers were evenly match on 103! Will the consistency of Sainz and Hulkenberg sway you towards them for your midfield pick or will you back Magnussen to deliver another strong goods or even Alonso to return to form? What of the Red Bulls at their home race, will you fancy either Verstappen or Ricciardo to emerge victorious? My tips - Hamilton (£17.62M), Magnussen (£8.53M), Ricciardo (£12.66M).

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


France GPPosted : Sunday 24th June 2018 19:02:29 pm GMT

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

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

All players can now make amendments to bonus picks.


Race preview - France, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Wednesday 20th June 2018 17:33:28 pm GMT

Canada GP

Sebastian Vettel's commanding victory in Canada saw him reclaim top spot in the drivers championship ahead of Hamilton. It was the other Mercedes driver in Bottas who was his nearest challenger, but truth be told a distant second place. Verstappen claimed a solid third place, along with the fastest lap, ahead of team-mate Ricciardo. Hamilton had to settle for 5th and a rather subdued performance in what is historically one of his strongest race weekends. The 2 Renault drivers finished best of the rest in 7th and 8th whilst Ocon was in the points once again for Force India. These two constructors are emerging as the top contenders in the tight midfield battle. It was disappointment again for Alonso who suffered a second consecutive retirement but his victory in Le Mans at the weekend would have made amends for that. Another fine performance from Leclerc in the Sauber as he claimed the final points position.

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

France

The French GP makes its return to the calendar after a decade hiatus. Back in 2008 it was a Ferrari 1-2 with Massa ahead of Raikkonen. Can they repeat the feat 10 years later or can Hamilton with his delayed engine upgrade get back in contention? The big news of the week is that Red Bull will switch to Honda engines next season, what if any impact this will have on the remainder of this season remains to be seen.

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

Fantasy Game

Vettel's victory saw him amass a total of 318 points, and he is now the leading points scorer this season with 1624 in total. An impressive haul and he is marginally cheaper at £16.52M compared to Hamilton's £16.61M. Alonso is still holding on to the best of the rest despite 2 retirements ahead of his compatriot Sainz. Which Spaniard will you back this time out? Leclerc has proved good value for money thus far and at just £7.10M looks a good option. My tips - Hamilton (£16.61m), Verstappen (£10.85m), Ocon (£8.25m). Mick Waddington's 'Waddos racers' hold a slender lead over Gio's 'Team Beretta F1 to retain his position at the top of the overall standings.

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


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