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Poll Result: Who will win in China?

Lewis Hamilton despite a five place grid penalty for a new gear box will go into the Chinese Grand Prix as favourite amongst the VitalF1.com users.

30% of those who voted believe the 2008 Formula One World Champion will win his first race of the season this Sunday.

18% believe that Hamilton's McLaren team-mate Jenson Button will take the chequered flag first, whilst 15% believe Fernando Alonso and Ferrari will take back-to-back victories.

Red Bull appear to not be fancied at all, with Mercedes Michael Schumacher fourth favourite with 13%, while Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber took just 5% each.

Who will win the Chinese Grand Prix?

Lewis Hamilton 30%

Jenson Button 18%

Fernando Alonso 15%

Michael Schumacher 13%

Sebastian Vettel 5%

Mark Webber 5%

Kimi Raikkonen 5%

Someone else 5%

Nico Rosberg 2%

Romain Grosjean 1%

Felipe Massa 1%

Past Results

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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The Journalist

Writer: Red5 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 13 2012

Time: 11:00AM

Your Comments

Hamilton is fav with a 5 spot grid penalty? Just shows the bias towards Hamilton on this site.
johnkelv
He is the clear favourite in the Sky Sports poll too.
DJ
Yep pity for Hamilton else we could be looking at an English one two. Bit of a lottery this we end, things not soughted out for the season yet
Villaininthemerde
Shock that vettel is out of qualifying. The one finger has disappeared. Maybe this the wake call he needs to prove he's the great driver he surely is
Villaininthemerde
I am sure many of the peole voting on the Sky Sport poll have no idea he will start from P7. How will the little dodgem driver make it to the front and stay on the track. Should be great watching him try and good on him if he can do it.
johnkelv
 

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