Hello to the 15th edition of 10 unusual Guesses! Another exciting (and hopefully not much interrupted) season is awaiting us!
2012: Brawn BGP 001
2004: gerry nassar
As in previous years we will start things off with a "Championship" round - 10 questions to answer about the upcoming 2020 season. The result of this round will be added to the final score at the end of the season. You get 2 points for every correct answer. There will be separate guess threads for each of the 22 Grands Prix this season with 1 point for each correct answer.
The questions for the 2020 season are:
1. How many races will Lewis Hamilton win during the season?
2. What will be Pierre Gasly's final standing in this years Drivers' Championship?
3. How often will the lead of the championship change over the course of the season (drawing with the previous leader doesnt count, none is a valid answer)?
4. Which race will have the most number of DNFs? (classified retirements count)
5. How often will the pole-setter win the GPs this year?
6. What will be the points difference between the drivers that finished 1st and 2nd in the Drivers' Championship? (Give your answer in steps of 10 points: 0-10,11-20, 21-30...).
7. How often during the season will a team score a 1-2 victory?
8. Which driver will have the most retirements within the season (classified retirements count)?
9. Who will finish 8th in the Drivers' Championship?
10. How often will Alexander Albon finish on the podium?
ATTENTION: I will not adjust the results if the Coronavirus (or anything else for that matter) causes races to be cancelled, so keep that in mind.
TIE BREAKER: If there is a tie break then the person with the highest amount of points won in the season guesses will be crowned Champion, if there is still a tie a person with the highest scoring points in a single round will become champion and so on until we get a winner. Lower rankings will remain tied.
2019 Final Championship Standings
Deadline: First Practice of whatever the hell the first race is
Good luck to everyone
Edited by Marklar, 12 March 2020 - 23:20.