Can Ricciardo Sustain Drivers' Championship Challenge?

Author: anwr Published: June 06, 2018 06:54, Previews: 105, Comments: 0

Source: Ricciardo News via Twitter

Daniel Ricciardo has put himself into contention for the Drivers’ Championship in the 2018 campaign, winning two of the opening six races of the season. The Australian put forward a fine performance in the Monaco Grand Prix to claim the victory ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton at the top of the standings.

It’s a good sign for the sport that there is another driver capable of challenging at the top. Over the last eight seasons, the Drivers’ Championship has been dominated by two men vying for the crown. Even a two-man duel has been not the case when Vettel and Hamilton have eased their way to victory, with the Brit claiming the title with ease last term after a brief battle in the early stages.

Ricciardo has the talent and the pace with his Red Bull to match the duo throughout the term. His early success should give him the confidence to sustain his charge, although there’s still work to be done to produce the level of consistency boasted by Hamilton. Given the fact that he remains slightly off the pace of the Brit, there’s value to backing the Aussie in the latest F1 betting odds at 20/1, but he will need to continue to secure top spot on the podium to beat out his two rivals.

The 28-year-old has been a contender in almost every race over the last three seasons. He finished third in the Drivers’ Championship in the 2016 campaign, although he was well off the pace of Nico Rosberg and Hamilton in first and second respectively. Ricciardo would have been keen to push on in 2017 following the retirement of Rosberg to provide the challenge to Hamilton for the crown.

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However, his season got off to an underwhelming start, suffering two retirements in his opening four races. Ricciardo did manage to hit his stride during the middle of the campaign, placing on the podium nine times, including a win in Azerbaijan. Although it displayed a great deal of promise for the Aussie and Red Bull, they struggled to match the pace of Mercedes and Ferrari, while the term ended on a sour note as he failed to finish three out of the last four races.

Ricciardo’s issues were not an isolated case at Red Bull as Max Verstappen also had problems with his car. The team were optimistic heading into the new season, but the 28-year-old has already had to withdraw from two races, missing out on points in Bahrain and Azerbaijan, although the latter was due to a collision with his team-mate on the track.

Those lost points could be crucial the end of the term as Vettel and Hamilton will not slacken off in their quest for glory. To match them, Ricciardo has to be just as clinical and have the benefit of a reliable car from his team. Only then will Red Bull have an opportunity to have a Championship driver for the first time since Vettel’s last triumph in the 2013 campaign.

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What is new for Season 2018?

Author: F1FG Published: March 14, 2018 21:44, Previews: 332, Comments: 2

After an intensive website enhancement period, I'm excited to announce the changes for season 2018 in
So here is what has been done for the last months:

  1. New layout. As you may notice we have a new, modern and mobile friendly look .

  2. Another way to earn extra points. Thanks to wookie_handshake who shared his ideas for additional extra points.
    From season 2018 the drivers will receive extra points based on that how many positions they won, compare to the starting position.

    Positions Won
     Extra Points
     Between 5 and 10
     More than 10

    For example if you have Lewis Hamilton in your team and he finished the race 4th after starting 20th, you will receive extra 10 points because he gained 16 positions.

  3. After the qualification, there was a window where each player can predict the laps of pitstops for his drivers. Only correct lap number and pitstop number were awarded with 5 extra points.
    For the new season, extra pitstop points will be received based on the following schema:

     Real Stop Lap
    Predicted Lap





    in other words, if you predict that Vettel will make his first stop at lap 13 and he actually did it at lap 14 you will receive 2 extra points.
    Thanks to HighOnFuel about this good idea.

  4. Again based on your feedback, I decided to extend the time for bonus tests to 5 minutes instead of current 1.

Thanks to everyone that joined our talks about game improvements in our game topics Additional ideas for scoring next year  and Idea for the pitstop bonusses....
Your feedback is very important to me and I believe that we all together can build our game.

There is a week before the season start so lets prepare out teams for another exciting season here at and of course on the track.




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