We had another strong list of entrants in last weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix round of the 2013 RichardsF1.com Predictions Competition, and we saw another high-scoring round in what is guaranteed to be a topsy-turvy year on our leaderboard.

While other betting agencies may be issuing refunds to the Mark Webber backers our there, the RichardsF1.com Predictions Competition will go with the actual – as opposed to the moral – results seen on Sunday.

That will no doubt please most of our entrants, with almost half of you picking a Sebastian Vettel pole/victory combination.

Those who predicted good results for Fernando Alonso and the Force India pairing of Adrian Sutil and Paul di Resta (and that was most of us!) were left disappointed after all three failed to see the chequered flag.

In the end, it was the entrant ‘321bosscat’ who achieved the highest score of the round with 15 points! The winner of each round – the person (or people) who earns the highest raw point score – will receive a prize from RichardsF1.com!

Our Australian Grand Prix leader ‘seph’ continues to occupy first place on the tally board, while ‘doodie111’ lies just two points behind in second place after becoming the first of our entrants to use one of his two available ‘Double Up’ features.

To see where you wound up after the Malaysian Grand Prix, click here.

Entries for the upcoming Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix will open in the week leading up to the event.

If you’d like to register as an entrant to receive email notifications and reminders about the Predictions Competition, complete our online form by clicking here.

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Richard Bailey

Founder & Chief Editor at MotorsportM8
Hasn't missed a Grand Prix since 1989. Has a soft spot for Minardi. Tattooed with 35+ Grand Prix circuits.

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