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Race preview - USA #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Wednesday 30th October 2019 19:07:48 pm GMT

Mexico GP recap

In a track that hasn't suited Mercedes Hamilton showed his champion qualities and defied the odds to come out on top. He came back against the Ferraris who locked out the front row but a different strategy and excellent tyre management proved decisive in turning the race in his favour. Vettel had no answer in the latter stages and had to settle for second whilst Bottas came home in third. Further down home favourite Perez had a fine race to finish best of the rest in 7th place. Both Renaults got into the points, with Ricciardo 8th and Hulkenberg 10th, whilst it was a race to forget for McLaren with Sainz struggling after his pit stop and ending up 13th whilst Norris had his race ruined after a pit stop blunder saw him to the back of the grid before he eventually retired. 3 races remain, who can end the season on a high and who is already looking forward to 2020?

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


Last year Raikkonen was the popular victor in Austin for what was his last win for the Scuderia. He held off Verstappen and Hamilton. This year Hamilton is aiming to win his 6th world title at the event - of which he has won 5 out of the last 7 times. Will this be his crowning moment? It's a race you don't want to miss!

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

Fantasy Game

Hamilton finished exactly 100 points clear of the next best placed driver in Leclerc, 306 compared to 206 for the Ferrari driver. However, the margin was much smaller between the 4 drivers after the Brit, with just 20 points separating Leclerc, Vettel, Verstappen and Bottas in that order. Perez and Ricciardo were the class of the midfield runners this time out, each into the 140 points mark thanks partly due to gained positions bonuses. At the other end of the spectrum Norris was the bottom placed driver this round with just 58 points with Raikkonen next with 65 after his second retirement of the season. It has been a tough time for the Finnish driver on the anniversary of his last victory as he hasn't finished inside the points since the Hungarian GP in August. Will his loyal fanbase of owners consider shipping him out for a more in-form alternative? My tips - Leclerc (£14.56M), Albon (£9.64M), Sainz (£8.20M). The bonus selections were as follows for the Mexican GP - winning margin: 5 seconds or less, lead lap drivers: 8, first retirement: Norris, fastest pit stop: Ferrari.

Jack Lowe

Mexican GP resultsPosted : Sunday 27th October 2019 21:42:11 pm GMT

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

Players on strategy 1 can now make changes to their team before the race 19 deadline for the US GP in a weeks time.

All players can now make amendments to their bonus picks.

Race preview - Mexico, by Jack Lowe #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Wednesday 23rd October 2019 21:04:41 pm GMT

Japanese GP recap

Bottas clinched his first win since April in style. His pass on Vettel at the start was crucial, enabling him to control the race for the 52 laps. It was the German who finished second, resisting late pressure for Hamilton in what would have made it a 1-2 on the day the Silver Arrows sealed their historic 6th consecutive constructors title. Sainz once again finished 'best of the rest' ahead of Leclerc - who suffered after lap 1 contact with Verstappen who himself had to retire from the race. He'll be hoping for better fortunes at a track he knows rather well!

Top 10 - 1. Bottas, 2. Vettel, 3. Hamilton, 4. Albon, 5. Sainz, 6. Leclerc, 7. Gasly, 8. Perez, 9. Stroll, 10. Kvyat

Mexican GP

Last year Verstappen won the Mexican GP for the second year in a row, finished ahead of the two Ferraris of Vettel and Raikkonen. It was this time last year when Hamilton also sealed his 5th drivers championship. Can he make it his 6th this year? Also, can Verstappen repeat his past success to make it a hat-trick of victories. A potentially historic race you don't want to miss!

2019 podium prediction - 1. Verstappen, 2. Vettel, 3. Leclerc

Fantasy Game

Bottas came out on top this round with a total of 297 point and was duly the driver of the day. Vettel came second in the points standings with 202, thanks partly to his stunning pole lap bonus. Further down Ricciardo edged out Albon and Sainz thanks to his 50 gains bonus. Leclerc had a disappointing tally as the second most owned driver in the game with just 131. Mexican GP tips - Verstappen (£12.53M), Albon (£9.40M), Sainz (£8.31M). Race bonus results were as follows - winning margin: 10-15 secs, lead lap finishers: 5, first retirement: Verstappen, fastest pit stop: Racing Point.

Jack Lowe

Japanese GP resultsPosted : Sunday 13th October 2019 07:49:12 am GMT

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

Players on strategy 1 can now make changes to their team before the race 18 deadline for the Mexican GP in 2 weeks time.

All players can now make amendments to their bonus picks.

Race preview - Japan #KeepFightingMichaelPosted : Thursday 10th October 2019 16:57:26 pm GMT

Russian recap

Hamilton claimed victory around Sochi to maintain Mercedes 100% record at the circuit. It was a silver arrows 1-2 after Bottas held off the late charge of Leclerc. The two Red Bulls followed with Verstappen ahead of Albon - who came through the field impressively after starting in the pit lane following a crash in qualifying. Sainz was arguably the driver of the day after brining home his McLaren in a best of the rest 6th place ahead of Perez who himself has been in fine form since the summer break. It wasn't such a good day for the Williams team who suffered their first double DNF of 2019. With just 5 races left of the season Hamilton has taken a giant step towards sealing his 6th drivers championship.

Top 10 - 1. Hamilton, 2. Bottas, 3. Leclerc, 4. Verstappen, 5. Albon, 6. Sainz, 7. Perez, 8. Norris, 9. Magnussen, 10. Hulkenberg

Japanese GP

Last year Hamilton come out on top around the Suzuka circuit, finishing ahead of team-mate Bottas with Verstappen in 3rd. A repeat of last year would see Hamilton within touching distance of his 6th driver's championship. Can Red Bull dent his charge at what is Honda's home race or can Ferrari bounceback from the disappointment of Russia?

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

Fantasy Game

Hamilton topped the standings once more with a total of 313, over 100 more than nearest rival Leclerc (193). Albon proved good value once again as one of my tips with 188 points thanks to 70 positions gained points. Perez and Sainz were once more the stand out picks in the midfield with 133 and 123 points respectively. With only 5 races to go will you play it safe or take a gamble to try and gain the edge of your league rivals? Tips - 1. Leclerc (£14.79M), 2. Albon (£9.04M), 3. Gasly (£9.30M). I'm backing two of the Honda powered drivers to deliver at their home grand prix and think Leclerc will come out firing after the disappointment of Russia last time out. The bonus results for Russia were: winning margin: 5 seconds or less, lead lap finishers: 15 drivers, first retirement: Grosjean, fastest pit stop: McLaren. Enjoy the race!

Jack Lowe

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