Malaysian GP - Tipping Results

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Re: Malaysian GP - Tipping Results

Post by rudin » 30 Mar 2012, 21:41

If so, how do You explain this:

viewtopic.php?f=146&t=4664

Just to remind You results: 2009 German GP:
Qual: First: WEB, Second: BAR
Race: First: WEB, Second: VET

Any team get 2 top position: YES - 2 points scored!

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Re: Malaysian GP - Tipping Results

Post by rudin » 30 Mar 2012, 22:03

Another example:


viewtopic.php?f=146&t=4879

2009 European GP:

QUAL: 1. HAM 2. KOV (Both McLaren)
Race: 1. BAR 2. HAM

Any team get 2 top position: NO - 2 points scored!

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Re: Malaysian GP - Tipping Results

Post by Zack » 01 Apr 2012, 09:26

rudin wrote:It's a bit strange. It was always about the race, not qualifying. Through all previous years. And I'm not able to find any information on the forum that this rule was changed before 2012 League started.


It was always for qualifying, that's the another reason deadline is set 1hour before qualifying. We have changed it bit.

Any team get top 2 positions(QLF):
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Re: Malaysian GP - Tipping Results

Post by François » 01 Apr 2012, 21:07

Ok, thanks for clarifying it.

Question: in the event of a grid penalty, do we consider the top 2 times set in Q3 or the actual starting grid?
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Re: Malaysian GP - Tipping Results

Post by falstar » 02 Apr 2012, 05:59

WHAT IS THIS ????
April's fool's day ?

Any team get top 2 position question was always ABOUT A RACE.

I have won prediction league in 2009 , was runner up in 2010 and 3rd last year. And now you telling me that all those years I was wrong??
Be serious guys !!!

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Re: Malaysian GP - Tipping Results

Post by rudin » 02 Apr 2012, 06:36

Any answers for examples I was given above?

Here You have some more. Check what points was given for this question.

Bahrain 2010
viewtopic.php?f=159&t=5590

QUAL: 1. VET 2. MAS
RACE: 1. ALO 2. MAS

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Australia 2010
viewtopic.php?f=159&t=5629

QUAL: 1. VET 2. WEB
RACE: 1. BUT 2. KUB


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Malaysian 2010
viewtopic.php?f=159&t=5679

QUAL: 1. WEB, 2. ROS


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Spain 2010
viewtopic.php?f=159&t=5804

QUAL:1.WEB 2. VET

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Example especially for You ZACK: :-)
viewtopic.php?p=106410#p106410

QUAL: 1. TRU 2. GLO (BOTH TOYOTA)

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Re: Malaysian GP - Tipping Results

Post by François » 12 Apr 2012, 15:39

Please, staff... not that it's a matter of life or death, but the next Grand Prix is getting closer and closer and neither falstar and rudin's remarks nor my question have received any response.
François wrote:Question: in the event of a grid penalty, do we consider the top 2 times set in Q3 or the actual starting grid?

Of course, it was somewhat academic... until Lewis Hamilton, a likely front row contender, received a five-place grid penalty ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix.
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Re: Malaysian GP - Tipping Results

Post by phil1993 » 12 Apr 2012, 15:47

I'm seeking clarification, but I believe that you are not awarded pole position until you start from 1st place. I use FORIX for clarification and they don't recognise Raikkonen's 2005 Monza effort as pole position; he qualified 1st but started 11th following a penalty - the pole went to Montoya.

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