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Old 09-12-2018, 03:36 PM
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"Official" F1 Predictions & Gossip 2019

Positions after the Australian GP, the first race of of 21 for 2019, 17th March 2019

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The Rules :

Only 4 months to go now so time to dust off the spreadsheet, convene the stewards meetings and decide on the Rules and Regulations for 2017.
If any one would like to suggest any changes feel free, but this thread is not democratic and the power hungry despot in charge will as per F1 make his own mind up.


2017 GP Drivers and Teams :
Blue colour indicates a confirmed 2018 contract
Green indicates a confirmed/current Reserve/Test Driver for the team


Aston Martin Red Bull Racing - Honda
33. - Max Verstappen - Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
10. - Pierre Gasly - Aston Martin Red Bull Racing



McLaren F1 Team - Engine Renault
55. - Carlos Sainz - McLaren F1 Team
04. - Lando Norris - McLaren F1 Team

nn. Sergio Sette Camara


Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
5. - Sebastian Vettel - Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
16. - Charles Leclerc - Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow

nn. - Marc Gene


Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport
44. Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport
77. Valtteri Bottas - Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport

31. Esteban Ocon


Renault F1 Team
03. - Daniel Ricciardo - Renault F1 Team
27. - Nico Hulkenberg - Renault F1 Team



Williams Racing - Engine Mercedes
63. - George Russell - Williams Racing
88. - Robert Kubica - Williams Racing

nn. Nicholas Lafiti


Racing Point F1 Team - Engine Mercedes
11. - Sergio Perez - Racing Point F1 Team
18. - Lance Stroll - Racing Point F1 Team



Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team - Engine Alfa-Romeo badged Ferrari
07. - Kimi Raikkonen - Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team
99. - Antonio Giovinazzi - Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team

nn. - Marcus Ericcson


Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda - Engine Honda
26. - Daniil Kvyat - Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda
nn. - Alexander Albon - Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda



Rich Energy Haas F1 Team - Engine Ferrari
8. Roman Grosjean - Rich Energy Haas F1 Team
20. Kevin Magnusson - Rich Energy Haas F1 Team



2018 Schedule :

1 17th March Australian Grand Prix Melbourne (SKY)
2 31st March Bahrain Grand Prix Sakhir (SKY)
3 14th April Chinese Grand Prix Shanghai International Circuit (SKY)
4 28th April Azerbaijan Grand Prix Baku (SKY)
5 12th May Spanish Grand Prix Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona (SKY)
6 26th May Monaco Grand Prix Monte-Carlo (SKY)
7 09th June Canadian Grand Prix Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal (SKY)
8 23rd June French Grand Prix Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, near Marseille (SKY)
9 30th June Austria Grand Prix Red Bull Ring, Spielburg (SKY)
10 14th July British Grand Prix Silverstone (SKY + Channel 4)
11 28th July German Grand Prix Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg (SKY)
12 4th August Hungarian Grand Prix Hungaroring (SKY)
13 1st September Belgian Grand Prix Spa-Francorchamps (SKY)
14 8th September Italian Grand Prix Monza (SKY)
15 22nd September Singapore Grand Prix Singapore (SKY)
16 29th September Russian Grand Prix Sochi (SKY)
17 13th October Japanese Grand Prix Suzuka (SKY)
19 27th October Mexico Grand Prix Mexico City (SKY)
18 3rd November United States Grand Prix Austin (SKY)
20 17th November Brazilian Grand Prix Interlagos (SKY)
21 1st December Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Yas Island (SKY)

Rules as follows :

First five places to pick

Win 25 pts
2nd 18 pts
3rd 15 pts
4th 12 pts
5th 10 pts

Correctly predicting driver in top 5, but not in correct position 2 pts.

Pole 10 pts
Fastest lap 10 pts

5 Bonus points to be awarded if prediction is made before first practice for the race, times as per BBS clock and actual practice start times.
NOTE - A forecast prior to FP1 can not be changed (even if a late grid penalty occurs). A forecast made after the start of FP1 can be changed with no penalty at any time up to the start of Qualification. A forecast made after the start of Qualification will attract a 10 point penalty.


Therefore, maximum points for a race week are now

(25+18+15+12+10+10+10+5 = 105 Points)

Predictions are welcome by PM, please PM Mike Douglas and I will post them on the thread before the race if this option is used.

Note : Timings are taken as per post or edit times if post is changed.
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If you do driver of the day, we are back in Mike. Mitch, PS2 and myself. we feel we need to tweak it a bit, liven it up.
Choose your driver of the day, and get a point for every position gained. No minus points for lost places.



Well done for last years work.

Trying to talk Maidstoned, into testing next year.
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If you do driver of the day, we are back in Mike. Mitch, PS2 and myself. we feel we need to tweak it a bit, liven it up.
Choose your driver of the day, and get a point for every position gained. No minus points for lost places.
When would you choose, though ? After qualifying?
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When would you choose, though ? After qualifying?
No, same time as your team.
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Maurizio Arrivabene has been replaced as Ferrari team principal by former technical boss Mattia Binotto. Arrivabene had held the role for four years and a Ferrari statement said the decision was made by "the company's top management after lengthy discussions."
Binotto takes immediate charge and Ferrari said "all technical areas will continue to report directly" to him.

Ferrari failed to win either title in 2018 amid a series of driver and management errors.
Arrivabene, 61, had been boss of the team since December 2014, joining from main sponsor, the tobacco giant Philip Morris, where he was a vice-president. He was in charge of Ferrari while the team enjoyed a revival in competitiveness in the last two seasons.
But he was widely seen within F1 as a Ferrari figurehead only, with the real power instead resting with former president Sergio Marchionne, who masterminded a reshuffle of the technical department in 2016 but died from complications during surgery for cancer last July.

Marchionne's intention before his death had been to remove Arrivabene and replace him with Binotto, who had led the team's technical department to a series of widely copied design innovations since 2016.
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McLaren have appointed German Andreas Seidl as the new boss of their struggling Formula 1 team. Seidl's recruitment in the new role of managing director is the latest in a series of management changes aimed at making McLaren competitive again. The 46-year-old, ex-boss of Porsche's World Endurance Championship team, will join "during 2019", reporting to chief executive officer Zak Brown. Brown said Seidl was "a highly capable leader with a track record of success". He added: "It is another important step in our F1 performance recovery plan and long-term commitment to F1."
Seidl, who worked in F1 for BMW from 2000-09, does not yet have a specific start date because McLaren have yet to agree a leaving date with Porsche.
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The man appointed as the new boss of Renault's Formula 1 programme has left the French car company before even taking up his new position. Thierry Koskas was named president of Renault Sport in November, and attended the season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on a fact-finding mission.
But 18 days after he was due to start work, Renault announced Kostas' departure from the entire group. Jerome Stoll, who had been due to retire, will continue as president. A spokesperson for Renault Sport shed no further light on the situation, but emphasised the move effectively meant the F1 team continued as before under Stoll and managing director, and de facto team boss, Cyril Abiteboul.
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