2016 Chinese Grand Prix Predictions Championship results

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Seven drivers tied for the top score in the latest round of the Predictions Championship, each of them adding 31 points to their tally.

However the top prize winner for the weekend was Barkun, who won the tie-breaker by getting closest to predicting the pole position time correctly. Barkun wins a copy of F1 2015, the official Formula One game from Codemasters, while the runner-up prize of an official 2015 F1 season review video goes to Commonmonsoon.

AyrtonSenna26, Thedilanger, Jakov, Andae23 and Adaptalis also bagged 31 points this weekend but missed out on prizes this time.

In the championship Bokdawg leads with 80 points, six ahead of Sweetpea, but with a maximum of 900 points still available there’s a long way to go.

You’ve got ten days until the next Predictions Championship deadline. Remember you can edit your Russian Grand Prix predictions at any time until qualifying for the race begins.

There are chances to win every race weekend and at the end of the season for the top scorers. The F1 Fanatic Predictions Championship is free to enter. You will need an F1 Fanatic account to place so sign up here if you haven’t got one.

Enter your predictions for each race using the form below, and scroll down for more information on the prizes and the rules.

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    6 comments on “2016 Chinese Grand Prix Predictions Championship results”

    1. So close :(
      congrats to the winners though :P

    2. I hope @commonmonsoon doesn’t win anything.

    3. awww did’nt see that coming !!

    4. I got very few points again…

    5. the top 2 or 3 contenders have a massive lead already! I was relatively content being in the top 150, but it’s going to be hard to catch up in a season where the top 4 are a common fixture at almost every race venue.

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