It says something about the Singapore Grand Prix that a victory by Lewis Hamilton counted as a surprise result. Fewer than 100 Predictions Championship players picked him for victory.
The first-lap drama which wiped out three serious candidates for victory meant that for most players this was a very low-scoring round. Nobody scored higher than 17 points – with one exception.
That was @Gnrpoison, who was the only person to correctly predict four of the drivers in the top five finishing positions. They scooped the top prize – a copy of the latest official Formula One game – while the pole position time tie-breaker had to be used to sort out a seven-way tie for the other prizes. @Drkrngr took second place and won the official F1 2016 seasonreview video while @Binnie-Family receives a copy of F1: How it Was.
Championship leader @Abcmarco’s lead was trimmed by one point but still stands at a healthy 24 with six rounds left to go.
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