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Who will win in Japan?

Who will win the Japanese Grand Prix?

After a heartbreaking engine failure for Lewis Hamilton, Red Bull Racing capitalised on Mercedes misfortune for a second time this season with Daniel Ricciardo winning in Malaysia.

Will the Mercedes pair of Hamilton and Nico Rosberg return to the top step in Japan or will Red Bull build on their success?

Or can Ferrari win for the first time this season?

Let us know by voting on our poll to the right of this article.

Also do not forget to enter our Vital Formula One Prediction Competition.

Previous Poll Results

Who will win in Australia? Raikkonen 47%, Hamilton 22%, Vettel 15%, Rosberg 10%, Someone else 6%

Eventual Winner: Rosberg

Who will win in Bahrain? Hamilton 37%, Vettel 28%, Raikkonen 21%, Rosberg 7%, Someone else 7%

Eventual Winner: Rosberg

Who will win in China? Hamilton 22%, Vettel 21%, Raikkonen 21%, Someone else 12%

Eventual Winner: Rosberg

Who will win in Russia? Hamilton 38%, Rosberg 20%, Vettel 16%, Ricciardo 14%, Raikkonen 6%, Someone else 6%

Eventual Winner: Rosberg

Who will reign in Spain? Rosberg 17%, Hamilton 14%, Vettel 14%

Eventual Winner: Verstappen

Who will win in Monaco? Verstappen 40%, Ricciardo 23%, Raikkonen 13%, Rosberg 10%, Hamilton 7%, Someone else 5%, Vettel 2%

Eventual Winner: Hamilton

Who will win in Canada? Ricciardo 30%, Verstappen 30%, Hamilton 29%, Vettel 7%, Raikkonen 2%, Rosberg 2%

Eventual Winner: Hamilton

Who will win in Baku? Hamilton 35%, Verstappen 31%, Vettel 13%, Rosberg 6%, Someone else 6%, Ricciardo 6%, Raikkonen 3%

Eventual Winner: Rosberg

Who will win in Austria? Hamilton 60%, Raikkonen 20%, Ricciardo 20%

Eventual Winner: Hamilton

Who will win the British Grand Prix? Hamilton 53%, Verstappen 17%, Rosberg 12%, Vettel 7%, Ricciardo 7%, Raikkonen 2%, Someone else 2%

Eventual Winner: Hamilton

Who will win in Hungary? Hamilton 51%, Verstappen 26%, Rosberg 7%, Vettel 6%, Ricciardo 4%, Raikkonen 3%, Someone else 3%

Eventual Winner: Hamilton

Who will win in Germany? Hamilton 45%, Rosberg 25%, Raikkonen 14%, Vettel 10%, Ricciardo 3%, Verstappen 3%

Eventual Winner: Hamilton

Who will win at Spa? Verstappen 35%, Hamilton 35%, Ricciardo 20%, Rosberg 10%

Eventual Winner: Rosberg

Who will win in Italy? Hamilton 52%, Rosberg 18%, Ricciardo 18%, Verstappen 6%, Someone else 6%

Eventual Winner: Rosberg

Who will win in Singapore? Hamilton 24%, Ricciardo 21%, Verstappen 21%, Rosberg 17%, Someone else 14%, Vettel 3%

Eventual Winner: Rosberg

Who will win the Malaysian Grand Prix? Hamilton 35%, Rosberg 27%, Ricciardo 17%, Vettel 11%, Raikkonen 5%, Verstappen 5%

Eventual Winner: Ricciardo








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Writer: Red5 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 4 2016

Time: 11:00AM

 

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