In what is already proving a highly competitive Predictions Championship in 2017, 36 players tied for the top score in the Bahrain Grand Prix round.
Each of them added 48 points to their season total but no one managed to net the full 50 for a perfect prediction.
Once again it came down to the pole position time predictions to choose a winner and this time it was @Ndalesi who claimed the top prize, a copy of F1 2016 by Codemasters. @Tubavet won the official 2016 F1 season video from Duke Video and @Ajsain won a copy of F1: How it Was, also from Duke Video.
Commiserations to the 33 others who narrowly missed out on prizes. However one of them, @Racerdude7730, now leads the championship overall having racked up 100 points in just three races. @Mahuu remains in touch in second place, just nine points behind. But with 17 rounds remaining and up to 850 points available per player it’s still wide open.
There are prizes 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.
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