Six rows are in play, with the Ferrari locked-out first row truly being the one to watch as we are exactly split on pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc. Rows 6 and 7 feature support from at least three players for each of Giovinazzi, Stroll Räikkönen and Kvyat.
Good luck, and enjoy the Japanese Grand Prix!
For download (PDF): FIA Formula 1 World Championship Prediction Challenge! 2019 17 Japanese Grand Prix Predictions
Japanese Grand Prix results will be posted once final race results are available (protests are pending at this time).
Formula1.com doesn’t appear to be any further ahead on blessing the Japanese Grand Prix final results. I will be posting a report with what the site has Tuesday evening. Thank you for your patience.
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