Last weekend was one of the closest-fought rounds of the Predictions Championship we’ve ever had: 33 players tied for the highest score.
Lewis Hamilton badly needs to halt Nico Rosberg’s title charge at the Circuit of the Americas. Can he do it? It’s time to make your predictions.
Three players shared the top score in the Japanese round of the Predictions Championship and the overall points lead changed hands.
Will we get another shock in the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday? Make your predictions for this weekend’s race to win some great F1 prizes.
Very few people expected a Red Bull one-two in the Malaysian Grand Prix, making this a low-scoring Predictions Championship round.
Will Mercedes cruise to another one-two? Will Ferrari spring a surprise as they did last year? Or will Red Bull best ‘best of the rest’? Make your predictions.
Five players scored a maximum 50 in the latest round of the Predictions Championship. Find out if you were among the prize winners.
Singapore was expected to be the weekend where Mercedes’ rivals would take the fight to them. Will they? Enter your predictions now.
Five players scored perfect results in the Italian Grand Prix round of the Predictions Championship – which meant the pole position time tie-breaker was decisive.
Is the Italian Grand Prix going to be another Mercedes walkover? Or will Ferrari fight back at home? It’s time to make your predictions.
Have you won a copy of the new official Formula One game F1 2016? Find out in the latest results for the Predictions Championship.
Can Lewis Hamilton finish in the top five at Spa following his power unit penalties? This weekend’s best prediction will win a copy of F1 2016.
The latest edition of the official Formula One game goes on sale later this week and F1 Fanatic readers can be among the first to win F1 2016.
There were no perfect scores in the Predictions Championship last weekend as few expected the Red Bull drivers would keep Nico Rosberg off the podium.
Enter your 2016 German Grand Prix predictions to win loads of F1 prizes this weekend.
Two players managed to notch up perfect scores in the Predictions Championship this weekend – and 28 others came very close.
Has anyone got the pace to rival Mercedes at the Hungarian Grand Prix? It’s time to make your predictions and win some prizes.
Over 90% of you correctly predicted Lewis Hamilton would take pole position at Silverstone, but who made the best predictions of all?
Will Lewis Hamilton make it three-in-a-row at home? Enter your 2016 British Grand Prix predictions to win loads of F1 prizes this weekend.
The Austrian Grand Prix round of the Predictions Championship was won by KiwiRaikkonen28, who tied with two other players for the top score.