2016 British Grand Prix Predictions Championship results

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With over 90% of Predictions Championship correctly predicting Lewis Hamilton for pole position and 83% naming him as the race winner, many of you seized the opportunity to claim some big points scores at the British Grand Prix round.

However no one was able to produce a perfect prediction. Instead we had three players tied with a top score of 31 points each, and the pole position time tie breaker was used to select the winner. @Nbeechey came out on top followed by @Tweak which means they claim this week’s prizes, while @Indiana will be hoping for better luck next time.

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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Keith Collantine
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7 comments on “2016 British Grand Prix Predictions Championship results”

  1. I had the correct order untill ROS and VER was swaped but too bad.

    1. Ditto, Rosberg penalty cost me dear.
      Congrats to the winners!

    2. Same here, instead of 50 points we got 24. That could have thrown me in the mix for the title (even if others would likely have improved their scores but not that much), gaah bl**dy radio restriction rules ! :D

      1. I got 12 points i think something went wrong it should be 24. BTW Congrats to the Winners!

    3. Rosberg’s penalty also cost me but not a much as you guys as I would have had four in the right places, still a hefty points bundle lost. On the upside, the WDC is really close now

  2. @keithcollantine have you ever thought about analysing the Predictions Championship data?

    We often talk about F1 becoming more predictable, and this game gives a perfect opportunity to prove whether one race or a season is indeed more predictable than another.

    I can’t remember if the scoring system has always been the same (I actually won a round way back in 2009!!!), but if it has then that is several years of data covering some interesting rule changes in that time.

    Basically all you’d need to do is look at the mean of the scores in each round. If pole position and the top 5 finishers are indeed more predictable (and arguably these positions are what most people mean by “most predictable”) then you would expect a higher mean score for that round. Aggregate that over a season and you’d find out if a season was indeed more predictable or not.

  3. I got 13 points. This is still very few…

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