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Who will win the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix?

Can Sebastian Vettel make it five wins in a row? Or will Fernando Alonso snatch back the momentum in the F1 title chase?

Perhaps one of the McLaren's can mix it up at the front end of the grid again to confuse the title picture?

Have your say by voting on the panel to the right of this article and over on the forum.



Past Results

Who will win the Indian Grand Prix?

Fernando Alonso 41%

Sebastian Vettel 20%

Lewis Hamilton 2

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win the Korean Grand Prix?

Fernando Alonso 27%

Sebastian Vettel 27%

Michael Schumacher 26%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win the Japanese Grand Prix?

Fernando Alonso 31%

Kimi Raikkonen 29%

Lewis Hamilton 16%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win in Singapore? Fernando Alonso 35%

Lewis Hamilton 28%

Kimi Raikkonen 17%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win the Italian Grand Prix?

Lewis Hamilton 25%

Kimi Raikkonen 24%

Michael Schumacher 22%

Eventual Winner: Lewis Hamilton

Who will win the Belgian Grand Prix?

Kimi Raikkonen 36%

Fernando Alonso 35%

Lewis Hamilton 17%

Eventual Winner: Jenson Button

Who will win the Hungarian Grand Prix?

Michael Schumacher 53%

Fernando Alonso 17%

Lewis Hamilton 10%

Eventual Winner: Lewis Hamilton

Who will win the German Grand Prix?

Sebastian Vettel 23%

Pastor Maldonado 23%

Lewis Hamilton 21%

Eventual Winner: Fernando Alonso

Who will win the British Grand Prix?

Lewis Hamilton 22%

Fernando Alonso 21%

Sebastian Vettel 21%

Eventual Winner: Mark Webber

Who will win in Valencia?

Lewis Hamilton 40%

Kimi Raikkonen 15%

Fernando Alonso 15%

Eventual Winner: Fernando Alonso

Who will win the Canadian Grand Prix?

Fernando Alonso 28%

Michael Schumacher 27%

Lewis Hamilton 18%

Eventual Winner: Lewis Hamilton

Who will win the Monaco Grand Prix?

Fernando Alonso 35%

Lewis Hamilton 23%

Kimi Raikkonen 11%

Eventual Winner: Mark Webber

Who will win the Spanish Grand Prix?

Fernando Alonso 27%

Lewis Hamilton 18%

Sebastian Vettel 18%

Eventual Winner: Pastor Maldonado

Who will win the Bahrain Grand Prix?

Michael Schumacher 27%

Lewis Hamilton 24%

Jenson Button 20%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win the Chinese Grand Prix?

Lewis Hamilton 30%

Jenson Button 18%

Fernando Alonso 15%

Eventual Winner: Nico Rosberg

Who will win in Malaysia?

Jenson Button 35%

Lewis Hamilton 16%

Michael Schumacher 16%

Eventual Winner: Fernando Alonso

Who will win the Australian GP?

Lewis Hamilton 28%

Sebastian Vettel 23%

Jenson Button 16%

Eventual Winner: Jenson Button.

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