Which driver would you like to see win which race in the remaining 3 races?

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    1: India – Schumacher
    For some reason, it would be great if it was here Schumacher got a win, the newest track won by the most successful driver ever. Out of the more realistic choices though, Alonso is due a win and a win for him would be similar for Schumacher.

    2: Abu Dhabi – Hamilton
    Denied by brake failure and then possibly by Kubica last year, would be a huge lift for him if he cracked it.

    3: Brazil – Webber
    One win from a season where his team-mate dominated would be great, at somewhere where he’s won before but is often forgotten because Button won his championship on that same day. But anyone but Massa really.

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    I Hope Webber wins as im amazed he hasnt already, would also like to see Massa win because that would give him a huge boost for next year. Also Rosberg aswell as i think he deserves his maiden win.

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    Schumacher, because i reserve my right tooo support guys I used to hate, would be nice to see him win again, ONCE.

    Hamilton, two wins, get some momentum for next year.

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    Ned Flanders

    Jerome d’Ambrosio. Because he has a great name

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    India: Schumacher
    Abu Dhabi: Webber
    Interlagos: Massa

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    India – Schumacher. Just cause it’s new, he’s been around for 20 years and there’s a weird symmetry there I like. Plus IMO he deserves at least a win since coming back.

    Abu Dhabi – Webber. He’s had a tough season, it seems unfair for him to not reach the top step at least once when seb has done it 10 times (deservedly so).

    Brazil – Massa. Think of the story – the scene of his last win, his most heartbreaking moment and in 2011 the scene of his redemption and return to form.

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    India/AD- Hamilton (needs his morale back (as long as his head doesn’t swell)) and Alonso, I don’t care which race as long as the driver split is the same. Brazil, either Massa or MSC (I look at the youtube videos of MSC’s passing in 2006 too often).

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    India – Schumacher: Unlikely as his car is so bad, but the new circuit provides a variable and I’ve been waiting for him to get on the podium for a long time.
    Abby Dabby – Hamilton: To see if he can crack a smile.
    Brazil – Massa: Obvious reasons.

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    Hamilton, Schumacher or Alguersuari… what?

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    Vettel taking Abu Dhabi.

    No, just no. You must be a huge Seb fanatic, aren’t you?

    “Vettel wins in Abu Dhabi” – most boring drivers wins on the most boring tracks.

    That sounds incredibly boring, I’d rather an HRT fighting a Virgin for 23rd than watching Vettel driving in the lead in his Red Bull. 8|

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    @Kingshark – That’s your opinion. I’ll stick to mine. ;) Why so bitter about someone wishing Seb well?

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    Schumacher at India
    Fernando (or unrealistically Bruno Senna or Paul di Resta) at Abu Dhabi and
    Felipe Massa at Brazil.

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    Vettel must be near the record number of wins in a season now? I think he deserves that, as he’s demolished some tough competition this year, without all the favours Schumacher had at Ferrari.
    On which note, I’d like to see Mark Webber bag a win, but only if it’s a proper victory, not a patronising one handed to him by the team or Vettel.

    Otherwise, if Hamilton’s getting back to his best – and there were signs of it in Korea – it’d be good for him to end the season on a high.

    Massa? Would be a nice story, he used to be mighty round Interlagos but the competition’s tougher these days. Surely he can do better than 6th there though.

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    @Bullfrog – Vettel has 10 wins so far this year. That’s 3rd highest in the all-time wins in a season list. Schumacher had 11 in 2002 and 13 in 2004.

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    13?! Wow, didn’t realise it was that many. That’s out of reach for Vettel then. 2004 must have been the most boring season ever…Thanks, @raymondu999!

    A win next week dedicated to Dan Wheldon would be a nice touch, ideally it would be Jenson Button who knew and raced with Dan, or maybe Webber.

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