Win F1 prizes with your 2022 Miami Grand Prix predictions

RaceFans Predictions Championship

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Who will be the first winner of the Miami Grand Prix? It’s time to make your predictions for your chance to win some prizes this weekend.

We have a copy of F1 2021 to be won every grand prix weekend for the rest of this year. The RaceFans F1 Predictions Championship is free to enter. You will need a RaceFans 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.

Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix winners

Congratulations to our Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix winner Sub.two.seconds who took the top score at the last round and wins a copy of F1 2021.

The pole position time tie-breaker was used to decide the second-placed finisher, and congratulations are in order for Kevinedocherty who wins a BoxBoxBox tea towel set. Well done to both!

Make your predictions

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3 comments on “Win F1 prizes with your 2022 Miami Grand Prix predictions”

  1. A Russel Ham 1/2 incoming

  2. Where are even the results of the championship? The standings should be easier to find and everything more transparent. It feels like the championship isn’t even happening. Like I’m posting my predictions for nothing

    1. Barry Bens (@barryfromdownunder)
      7th May 2022, 8:11

      Yep, it’s why I stopped doing it.

      The previous one was already dodgy, with the winner always being one step ahead by the tiniest of margins. Coming up with the most absurd predictions to score a specific amount of points but getting obvious winners/P2’s wrong.

      Mind you: I was off by miles last season, so it’s not like I feel I narrowly missed out on winning. But still, when I enter in such a competition, I expect to at least be able to actually win…

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