German Grand Prix Prediction Form Available

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Ferrari looked to have a car capable of not only taking pole position but also locking out the front row of the grid for the German Grand Prix – but in dramatic circumstances first home hero Sebastian Vettel and then Charles Leclerc suffered reliability problems, opening the door for Lewis Hamilton to take an unlikely pole position on Mercedes’ anniversary weekend.

The Prediction Form is now available, based on the grid available at this time and is due by 23:00 Pacific Time Saturday.

Predictions will be tabulated and published before the German Grand Prix begins.

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German Grand Prix Starting Grid (formula1.com at 12:18 PDT)

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2 Responses to German Grand Prix Prediction Form Available

  1. John Lo says:

    That row 10 is going to be a tough call! 🤣🤣🤣

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  2. Not the greatest grid setup for our game. We’ll have to see who wants to go against the Mercedes drivers positioned well in Rows 1 and 2, as well.

    Looks like all but the three big teams will be the teams in play on Sunday!

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