11 entrants in the 2016 Vital F1 Prediction Competition scored maximum points on the opening weekend of the season.
Defending champion ‘RDarch’ got off to the perfect start predicting Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton would stand on the top steps of the podium.
The biggest loser was ‘Push The Button’ who was on for maximum points with a prediction of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen prior to the red flag but in the end picked up just 15 points.
But even though the season has already started, there is still time to enter and join in the fun for 2016.
Brilliant in its simplicity, join today to show everyone just how great your knowledge of the sport is! Get your friends to join in and have a mini competition for bragging rights throughout the course of the new season.
Join today and give it a go!
For every race you select two drivers who will score you points.
Every race has its own individual thread so predictions will only be taken from these threads on our Prediction Competition Forum.
To post you will need to Join Vital F1
It’s free and easy to join up and join in on VitalF1.com, simply click the link and register a username.
If you are already a member of Vital Football, your logins will automatically work on VitalF1.com!
Race weekend predictions must be made before Qualifying starts.
* You cannot alter your prediction once it is made (first prediction will be used).
Points available for each race are clearly stated on each race thread.
The points will be awarded on the ‘cross the line’ unofficial results (not classified results), to avoid complicating the points by having to amend them following post-race time penalties and/or disqualifications.
For some races we will not just be predicting 1st – 10th place, but for some races it will be 4th-13th or 10th-19th etc [with all drivers who finish outside of the stated points places scoring zero].
To enable people to enter while they are away for any period of time, we have already selected what to predict for each race in advance, so if you wish to predict a couple of races at a time, or if you’re brave and want to predict the whole season from the start, you can!
Vital F1 Prediction Competition Calendar
Race 1 – 20th March 2016 – Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne) – 1st – 10th place.
Race 2 – 3rd April 2016 – Bahrain Grand Prix – 5th – 14th place.
Race 3 – 17th April 2016 – Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai) – 1st – 10th place.
Race 4 – 1st May 2016 – Russian Grand Prix (Sochi) – 11th – 20th place.
Race 5 – 15th May 2016 – Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona) – 2nd – 11th place.
Race 6 – 29th May 2016 – Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo) – Predictions are reverse order.
Race 7 – 12th June 2016 – Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal) – 4th – 13th place.
Race 8 – 19th June 2016 – European Grand Prix (Baku) – 1st – 10th place.
Race 9 – 3rd July 2016 – Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring) – 9th – 18th place.
Race 10 – 10th July 2016 – British Grand Prix (Silverstone) – 1st – 10th place.
Race 11 – 24th July 2016 – Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring) – 2nd – 11th place.
Race 12 – 31st July 2016 – German Grand Prix (Hockenheim) – 5th – 14th place.
Race 13 – 28th August 2016 – Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps) – 1st – 10th place.
Race 14 – 4th September 2016 – Italian Grand Prix (Monza) – 11th – 20th place.
Race 15 – 18th September 2016 – Singapore Grand Prix – 4th – 13th place.
Race 16 – 2nd October 2016 – Malaysian Grand Prix (Sepang) – 1st – 10th place.
Race 17 – 9th October 2016 – Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka) – 2nd – 11th place.
Race 18 – 23rd October 2016 – United States Grand Prix (Austin) – 4th – 13th place.
Race 19 – 30th October 2016 – Mexican Grand Prix (Mexico City) – 1st – 10th place.
Race 20 – 13th November 2016 – Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos) – 11th – 20th place.
Race 21 – 27th November 2016 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Points available for every position.
Make your prediction on the Vital F1 Prediction Competition Forum before qualifying begins for each race.
Standings and scoring
Standings are decided in points order.
If points are level, the position is settled on who has the most ‘race wins’. A ‘race win’ is awarded to the user who outscored all the other entries for that race (in the case of a draw, all drawn users will receive a ‘race win’).
If points are still level, the position is given to the user who entered the game first.
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