Prix-dict the Podium standings
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Prix-dict the Podium competition has been suspended. More news as to when/if it returns and prize distribution will follow.
See who's leading the field in our Formula 1 Grand Prix competition and who's in pole position to win a share of the £1,500.00 in free bets we've got up for grabs.
Week 1 - Bahrain
1st: Fernando Alonso 25 points | 2nd: Felipe Massa 18 points | 3rd: Lewis Hamilton 15 points
Five of you correctly predicted the podium in Bahrain and scooped the 58-point maximum and got their season off to a flying start - but it was Amanda from Edinburgh who was randomly picked from the five to win the £25 weekly free bet prize.
Week 2 - Australia
1st: Jenson Button 25 points | 2nd: Robert Kubica 18 points | 3rd: Felipe Massa 15 points
Unsurprisingly nobody got more than one place correct. Five newcomers to the competition picked Button to win so kicked off with 25 points. Stuart from Sittingbourne was one of them and won the weekly £25 free bet prize. After two weeks it's Tim from Newton Abbot and David from Norwich who added Massa's 15 points to their perfect scores from Week 1 and share the lead with 73 points.
Week 3 - Malaysia
1st: Sebastian Vettel 25 points | 2nd: Mark Webber 18 points | 3rd: Nico Rosberg 15 points
Five newcomers to the competition correctly Prix-dicted the podium but it was David P from Cardiff who was drawn out of the hat and wins the £25 free bet.
Week 4 - China
1st: Jenson Button 25 points | 2nd: Lewis Hamilton 18 points | 3rd: Nico Rosberg 15 points
Jenson Button won his second GP of the season as we saw a British 1-2 in China. Nico Rosberg claimed his second consecutive third spot but he was of no use to John from Bath who won the £25 with Button and Hamilton at first and second.
Week 5 - Spain
1st: Mark Webber 25 points | 2nd: Fernando Alonso 18 points | 3rd: Sebastian Vettel 15 points
Lewis Hamilton's blow-out on the penultimate lap saw Fernando Alonso nick second place behind Mark Webber with Vettel joining them on the podium. No-one predicted more than one place correctly and Pierre-Alexandre from Montreal, Canada, was randomly drawn from those who had Webber in first place and receives his prize of a $25 free bet.