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Who will score highest in the final two GPs?

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Chris Jenkins, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. Chris Jenkins

    Chris Jenkins
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    As we near the Abu Dhabi and Brazil GPs, here's two questions for people to make predictions on and discuss:

    1. Which driver will score the most points over the next 2 races?

    2. Which team out of Force India, Toro Rosso and Sauber will score the most points?

    Discuss....
     
  2. Péter Bártfai

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    1. Vettel: he still wants to win every race, and he seems unstoppable. The only other driver I could imagine is Button, but I don't think he can do it either.
    2. Toro Rosso: they made a big improvement in Korea, if the other 2 teams can't find out something they'll be in trouble. Toro Rosso is almost at Mercedes' pace.
     
  3. Chris Jenkins

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    I think you're right on both.

    Toro Rosso have really impressed me over the past few races.
     
  4. Dan Smith

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    I'd have to agree with Peter. Toro Rosso are doing well although I have a soft spot for Sauber.
     
  5. Luke McVicar

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    Vettel and Force india.
     
  6. Kennett Ylitalo

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    And i agree with Dan.. International Consensus day... And Vettel is unstoppable.
     
  7. Chris Hempsall

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    I want the answer to be Button/Force India, however I think it'll be Vettel/Toro Rosso. Lot of agreement going on here. Is it opposite day at RD?
     
  8. Chris Jenkins

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    Either that or State the Obvious Day lol
     
  9. Georgios Davakos

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    I will go with Webber and Sauber as they are the outsiders. :)