We had another strong list of entrants in last weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix round of the 2013 RichardsF1.com Predictions Competition, and we saw a variable-scoring round in what is guaranteed to be a topsy-turvy year on our leaderboard.
We saw the third different winner in as many races in the 2013 Grand Prix season, courtesy of Fernando Alonso delivering a tactical performance at the Shanghai International Circuit to win from Kimi Raikkonen and Lewis Hamilton.
There were also top-eight finishes from Daniel Ricciardo and Paul di Resta, although incredibly not a single entrant predicted that either would manage a top-eight finish!
Those who predicted good results for Mark Webber were left disappointed after the Aussie suffered a nightmare weekend, failing to finish following a disastrous qualifying session.
In the end, it was the entrant ‘alpha’ who achieved the highest score of the round with 14 points!
Our Australian Grand Prix leader ‘seph’ continues to occupy first place on the tally board, while ‘doodie111’ lies just one point behind.
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