Having come agonisingly close to winning at Interlagos last year before his coming together with Esteban Ocon, a brilliant performance from Max Verstappen saw him convert pole position into his third win of the 2019 season – while a mind-boggling final few laps saw both Ferraris sensationally clash and retire, and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton tip the other Red Bull of Alex Albon out of second, allowing Toro Rosso’s Pierre Gasly to finish a sensational P2…

Top Point Drives of the Day

  1. Carlos Sainz Jr. (McLaren-Renault) 40 points: a pit lane start did not prevent a podium finish and the second-best drive in our game this season
  2. Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo Racing-Ferrari) 28 points: a fifth-place finish from P12 for his best race of the year
  3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing-Honda) 25 points: a win from pole position which was not as easy as it might sound

Our Game

A chaotic race nevertheless didn’t have much effect on our standings as there was only a 5-point difference between John Cavelti’s and Tim’s day-best scores and five other players. Michael’s selections have likely cost him a shot at a season-end prize.

20 Race
Brazilian Grand Prix Predictions and Results

For download (PDF): FIA Formula 1 World Championship Prediction Challenge! 2019 20 Brazilian Grand Prix

Total (20 Rounds)
1 Evan Howatson 2521
2 Ian Aaron 2503
3 John Cavelti 2476
4 Tim Harris 2450
5 Michael Poplawski 2353
6 Danielle Bourgeois 2341
7 Wes Zetaruk 2295
8 John Lo 2255
20 Brazilian Grand Prix
1 John Cavelti 124
Tim Harris 124
3 Ian Aaron 123
Danielle Bourgeois 123
Evan Howatson 123
6 John Lo 119
Wes Zetaruk 119
8 Michael Poplawski 50

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Formula 1 2018