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RB to Merc plz & bye bye to 36 pts.

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Remmirath wrote:
I think it's best to deal with my strategic error resulting from a failed gamble as soon as possible, so I would like to switch Raikkonen for Vettel.


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RB to Merc plz & bye bye to 36 pts.


Both noted. I'm also going to make a change, albeit a minor one; swapping Vandoorne for Alonso.

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I'd like to trade Perez for Massa

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Vettel in. Raikkonen out.

Thank you in advance

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Just one for me at the moment: McLaren out, Haas in. I don't see that gamble paying off anytime soon. x(

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Jenson's Understeer wrote:
I'm also going to make a change, albeit a minor one; swapping Vandoorne for Alonso.

I think you just want Button in your team before Monaco. :nod:

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mcdo wrote:
I'd like to trade Perez for Massa

Fountoukos13 wrote:
Vettel in. Raikkonen out.

Thank you in advance

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Just one for me at the moment: McLaren out, Haas in. I don't see that gamble paying off anytime soon. x(


All noted :thumbup:

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Jenson's Understeer wrote:
I'm also going to make a change, albeit a minor one; swapping Vandoorne for Alonso.

I think you just want Button in your team before Monaco. :nod:


The ironic thing is I've never really been a huge JB fan!

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mcdo wrote:
I'd like to trade Perez for Massa

I feel robbed by a slow puncture

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 Post subject: Re: Group Pick'em 2017
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Group Pick'em 2017 - Russian Grand Prix Update!

Quick 'n dirty update this week as I'm low on time and won't get to this until mid-week next week otherwise!

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Podium Finishers

1st: Fountoukos13 - 164 points
2nd: TypingChicane & The Inflatable Shark Fins - 158 points
3rd: Mayhem - 156 points

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The Field

The Grid Fillers/Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo - 155 points
Bootleg Honda Racing - 154 points
Phoenix Racing - 149 points
Infiniti Infinity Ltd. - 148 points
The Champions/White Visor - 146 points
Icemanjee1 - 143 points
WIN-MOOAR Racing - 140 points

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Transfer Ch-Ch-Changes

Good decisions were made by Remmirath/Fountoukos13, who both transferred Raikkonen out for Vettel. Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo was left cursing Massa's puncture, having acquired the Brazilian for Sergio Perez (who scored points for the 14th race in a row), while Jenson's Understeer - who had seen his Vandoorne selection backfire more often than not - might feel like a McLaren curse after trading for Fernando Alonso, who had his first DNS since Indy 2005. Both The Grid Fillers and Infiniti Infinity Racing Ltd. will have been happy to have swapped out underperforming teams (Red Bull and McLaren) for Mercedes and Haas.

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Scores on the Garage Door(s)

1. Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo - 659 points (-)
2. TypingChicane & the Inflatable Shark Fins - 651 points (-)
3. Bootleg Honda Racing - 642 points (-)
4. Mayhem - 633 points (-)
5. Fountoukos13 - 614 points (+6)
6. White Visor - 611 points (-1)
7. Icemanjee1 - 608 points (-2)
8. The Champions/Infiniti Infinity Ltd. - 607 points (-1/+1)
10. Phoenix Racing - 605 points (-)
11. WIN-MOOAR Racing - 601 points (-4)
12. The Grid Fillers - 587 points (-)

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 Post subject: Re: Group Pick'em 2017
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Driver/team scores and costs after Russia are as follows:

Driver Group 1
Vettel: 126 points scored / 20 transfer point cost
Hamilton: 113 points scored / 19 transfer point cost
Bottas: 103 points scored / 18 transfer point cost
Raikkonen: 89 points scored / 17 transfer point cost
Verstappen: 68 points scored / 16 transfer point cost
Ricciardo: 50 points scored / 15 transfer point cost

Driver Group 2
Perez: 62 points scored / 14 transfer point cost
Massa: 55 points scored / 13 transfer point cost
Ocon: 49 points scored / 11 transfer point cost
Stroll: 20 points scored / 5 transfer point cost

Driver Group 3
Sainz: 46 points scored / 12 transfer point cost
Hulkenberg: 45 points scored / 10 transfer point cost
Kvyat: 34 points scored / 7 transfer point cost
Palmer: 21 points scored / 4 transfer point cost

Driver Group 4
Alonso: 20 points scored / 2 transfer point cost
Vandoorne: 19 points scored / 3 transfer point cost

Driver Group 5
Grosjean: 27 points scored / 9 transfer point cost
Magnussen: 30 points scored / 8 transfer point cost
Wehrlein: 26 points scored / 6 transfer point cost
Ericsson: 21 points scored / 1 transfer point cost

Team Group 1
Ferrari: 215 points scored / 36 transfer point cost
Mercedes: 216 points scored / 40 transfer point cost
Red Bull: 118 points scored / 32 transfer point cost

Team Group 2
Force India: 111 points scored / 28 transfer point cost
Toro Rosso: 80 points scored / 20 transfer point cost
Williams: 75 points scored / 24 transfer point cost
Renault: 66 points scored / 12 transfer point cost

Team Group 3
Haas: 57 points scored / 16 transfer point cost
Sauber: 47 points scored / 8 transfer point cost
McLaren: 39 points scored / 4 transfer point cost

Transfer Points Remaining
Herb, Peter McG., TypingChicane, theferret, Mayhem, Icemanjee1: 200 transfer points
Jenson's Understeer: 197 transfer points
mcdo: 186 transfer points
Exediron: 184 transfer points
Remmirath, Fountoukos13: 180 transfer points
Jezza13: 164 transfer points

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 Post subject: Re: Group Pick'em 2017
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Could you check the points for the Team Groups please? They look off to me:
Mercedes should be higher than Ferrari, Force India should be higher than Williams, Haas and McLaren are both way too high.

That's what you get for doing the update quick and dirty. ;)

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TypingChicane wrote:
Could you check the points for the Team Groups please? They look off to me:
Mercedes should be higher than Ferrari, Force India should be higher than Williams, Haas and McLaren are both way too high.

That's what you get for doing the update quick and dirty. ;)


Ugh, I see what I've done - dragged the formula down rather than across. So Merc's score is correct, but Ferrari's score is Bottas + Vettel, and the rest of the team scores are all incorrect. I'll have to edit this all up over lunch.

Edit: should all be fixed now. Pretty simple mistake on my part; easily rectified but it does completely change the scoring for Russia, so apologies to anyone who is worse off.

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Jenson's Understeer wrote:
Edit: should all be fixed now. Pretty simple mistake on my part; easily rectified but it does completely change the scoring for Russia, so apologies to anyone who is worse off.

I liked it better before! :evil:

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Yayyyyy!!! I won something :D :D :D :D

I'd like to do another change in my picks.

I want Hass in and Mclaren out.

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Fountoukos13 wrote:
I want Hass in and Mclaren out.


Noted :thumbup:

I'm going to climb aboard the Force India train and transfer them in for Williams.

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mcdo wrote:
I'd like to trade Perez for Massa

This was a terrible mistake and I'd like to change back. Immediately. And pretend this never happened

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mcdo wrote:
mcdo wrote:
I'd like to trade Perez for Massa

This was a terrible mistake and I'd like to change back. Immediately. And pretend this never happened

:lol:

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Group Pick'em 2017 - Spanish Grand Prix Update!

Lewis Hamilton closed the gap on Championship leader Sebastian Vettel after coming out on top of a frenetic battle between F1's two main protagonists. However, DNFs for Kimi Raikkonen, Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas, as well as unlikely points for Sauber and a disastrous weekend for Williams, all raise hope of an unpredictable result in the Group Pick'em game. So who reigned in Spain? Well...

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Podium Finishers

...actually, it wasn't that unpredictable. For the fourth time in 2017, the fourth race in a row, and also becoming our first repeat winner (assuming I've not Jolyon Palmer'd my spreadsheet calculations again!) it is none other than TypingChicane, along with his Inflatable Shark Fins, who soars to victory. The removal of three of the six fastest cars actually resulted in this being the highest scoring round of the season, and TypingChicane's mammoth haul of 194 points was 21 more than the highest we had had prior to Spain. Having three of the top six finishers in Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg (35, 22 and 18 points), as well as the key team selections of Mercedes (39 points) and Force India (42 points, the highest any team managed this weekend) also contributed in a big way.

TypingChicane wasn't our only entrant to break into the 190s. Second place on the podium went to Jezza13's Grid Fillers, finishing a mere two points behind TypingChicane with 192 points. Both teams feature identical selections with one key difference: TypingChicane has The Hulk while Jezza13 went for Carlos Sainz, who scored two points less. This represented Jezza13's second appearance on the podium of 2017, following on from a visit to victory lane in China. Also joining them on the podium was Mayhem, who while not quite able to hang with the top two, certainly put in an impressive performance to score 188 points. It's Mayhem's third consecutive podium appearance, and much like Jezza13, the difference between matching TypingChicane and finishing third came down to one selection: McLaren rather than Haas.

1st: TypingChicane & The Inflatable Shark Fins - 194 points
2nd: The Grid Fillers - 192 points
3rd: Mayhem - 188 points

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The Field

Inevitably, with DNFs for a driver in each of the three fastest cars, the Spanish Grand Prix resulted in a rather strung out Group Pick'em field. While the top three all finished within six points of each other, 50 points separated the rest of the teams. Leading those was - wait, this can't be right - Jenson's Understeer? Who managed to bag 180 points to finish comfortably fourth. Fountoukos13 followed up on their victory in Russia with another strong score, 173 points being good enough to finish fifth, while Championship leader Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo also broke the 170-mark, finishing just below Fountoukos13 with 171 points. Our second rookie, Peter McG.'s Bootleg Honda Racing, was next with 164 points, followed by Remmirath, theferret's White Visor, 2016 winner Herb, Icemanjee1 and, last but not least, Exediron's Infiniti Infinity Ltd, who has now recorded two of the three lowest scores seen this season (130 points in Spain and 127 in China).

WIIN-MOOAR Racing - 180 points
Fountoukos13 - 173 points
Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo - 171 points
Bootleg Honda Racing - 164 points
Phoenix Racing - 155 points
White Visor - 147 points
The Champions - 145 points
Icemanjee1 - 143 points
Infiniti Infinity Ltd. - 130 points

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Transfer Ch-Ch-Changes

As much as mcdo would like to "pretend this never happened", unfortunately he is still feeling the impact of transferring Sergio Perez out for Felipe Massa. While Massa scored a measly eight points, not helped by a first-lap puncture, Sergio Perez banked solid points for the fifth race in a row. The 14-point swing wouldn't have been enough to give Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo another podium, but it would've meant a fourth place finish. Meanwhile, ahead of Spain, Jenson's Understeer went the other way, switching out Williams for the impressive Force India. It proved to be a much better decision as Williams collected just 13 points between their two drivers, while Force India's double top-five finish allowed them to score 42 points, the most of any constructor in Spain. Again, it wasn't enough to return WIIN-MOOAR Racing to the podium places, but it certainly prevented another forgettable weekend. The only other transfer made in anticipation of Barcelona was Fountoukos13 switching from McLaren to Haas, a move worth just six points for the race, but one that would surely pay dividends as the season gets older.

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Scores on the Garage Door(s)

1. TypingChicane & the Inflatable Shark Fins - 845 points (+1)
2. Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo - 830 points (-1)
3. Mayhem - 821 points (+1)
4. Bootleg Honda Racing - 806 points (-1)
5. Fountoukos13 - 787 points (-)
6. WIN-MOOAR Racing - 781 points (+5)
7. The Grid Fillers - 779 points (+5)
8. Phoenix Racing - 760 points (+2)
9. White Visor - 758 points (-3)
10. The Champions - 752 points (-2)
11. Icemanjee1 - 751 points (-4)
12. Infiniti Infinity Ltd. - 737 points (-4)

64 points separated the whole field in Spain and, unsurprisingly, that has resulted in a lot of movement across the standings. Most notably is that, having claimed victory, TypingChicane & the Inflatable Shark Fins climb above Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo to take the overall lead. Mayhem's third podium in a row sees their team climb up to third, leaving Peter McG. as our second rookie to drop a place. The big winners for the round were WIN-MOOAR Racing and The Grid Fillers, both of whom climbing out of the basement and up five places in the standings. Phoenix Racing also climbed two spots, with the four teams below all dropping significantly. Herb looks like he has an almighty task on his hands to retain the Group Pick'em title he won last year, dropping down to 10th overall, while another poor score for Exediron sees Infiniti Infinity Ltd. slump four places and to last in the standings.

Transfer costs, driver/team points scores and transfer points remaining update to come tomorrow.

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Driver/team scores and costs after Spain are as follows:

Driver Group 1
Vettel: 154 points scored / 20 transfer point cost
Hamilton: 148 points scored / 19 transfer point cost
Bottas: 107 points scored / 18 transfer point cost
Raikkonen: 90 points scored / 17 transfer point cost
Verstappen: 70 points scored / 15 transfer point cost
Ricciardo: 75 points scored / 16 transfer point cost

Driver Group 2
Perez: 84 points scored / 14 transfer point cost
Massa: 63 points scored / 12 transfer point cost
Ocon: 69 points scored / 13 transfer point cost
Stroll: 25 points scored / 4 transfer point cost

Driver Group 3
Sainz: 62 points scored / 11 transfer point cost
Hulkenberg: 63 points scored / 10 transfer point cost
Kvyat: 46 points scored / 6 transfer point cost
Palmer: 27 points scored / 2 transfer point cost

Driver Group 4
Alonso: 29 points scored / 3 transfer point cost
Vandoorne: 22 points scored / 1 transfer point cost

Driver Group 5
Grosjean: 38 points scored / 9 transfer point cost
Magnussen: 37 points scored / 7 transfer point cost
Wehrlein: 40 points scored / 8 transfer point cost
Ericsson: 31 points scored / 5 transfer point cost

Team Group 1
Ferrari: 244 points scored / 36 transfer point cost
Mercedes: 255 points scored / 40 transfer point cost
Red Bull: 145 points scored / 32 transfer point cost

Team Group 2
Force India: 153 points scored / 28 transfer point cost
Toro Rosso: 108 points scored / 24 transfer point cost
Williams: 88 points scored / 20 transfer point cost
Renault: 90 points scored / 16 transfer point cost

Team Group 3
Haas: 75 points scored / 12 transfer point cost
Sauber: 71 points scored / 8 transfer point cost
McLaren: 51 points scored / 4 transfer point cost

Transfer Points Remaining
Herb, Peter McG., TypingChicane, theferret, Mayhem, Icemanjee1: 200 transfer points
mcdo: 186 transfer points
Exediron: 184 transfer points
Remmirath: 180 transfer points
Jenson's Understeer: 169 transfer points
Fountoukos13, Jezza13: 164 transfer points

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Force India in , Williams out please

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Since I'm currently sitting in dead last, it's time to get desperate.

Massa out, Perez in.
Williams out, Force India in.

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I'm serious about swapping Massa for Perez btw

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Icemanjee1 wrote:
Force India in , Williams out please


Exediron wrote:
Since I'm currently sitting in dead last, it's time to get desperate.

Massa out, Perez in.
Williams out, Force India in.

:uhoh:


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I'm serious about swapping Massa for Perez btw


All noted.

I'm actually a little surprised we had any transfer activity before Monaco, given the utterly unpredictable nature of the track. That said, Massa is hardly known as a specialist at the track, and Lance Stroll getting through the entire weekend without ending up in the barriers at least once seems almost unfathomable!

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Jenson's Understeer wrote:
I'm actually a little surprised we had any transfer activity before Monaco, given the utterly unpredictable nature of the track. That said, Massa is hardly known as a specialist at the track, and Lance Stroll getting through the entire weekend without ending up in the barriers at least once seems almost unfathomable!

The transfer isn't really about Monaco for me, it's about dumping my Williams stock before it becomes worthless. A team that can only score with one car is going nowhere! x(

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Jenson's Understeer wrote:
Icemanjee1 wrote:
Force India in , Williams out please
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Massa out, Perez in.
Williams out, Force India in.
mcdo wrote:
I'm serious about swapping Massa for Perez btw

All noted.

Yep, those all worked out beautifully! Perez decided to become a maniac, Ocon had his sloppiest weekend to date, and Massa somehow managed to score points at Williams' worst track!

At least Stroll DNF'd. Without that, I'd have to worry I've slipped into a bizarre alternate universe.

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Group Pick'em 2017 - Monaco Grand Prix Update!

As Jenson Button once - but certainly not at any point this weekend! - put it, "Monaco baby, yeah!"

2017's most processional race wasn't actually 2017's most processional race, thanks mainly to Sergio Perez deciding to (once again) ignore that whole, "you can't overtake at Monaco," thing. Admittedly, his moves were varying levels of successful, but it did mean more on-track moves than in Russia. Of course, we all care about far more than that, such as the fact that a Ferrari 1-2, combined with a poor weekend for Mercedes, Nico Hulkenberg and (surprise, surprise) McLaren means anybody wise enough to have selected Vettel, Ferrari, Carlos Sainz and Haas must be in with a real chance of taking the round victory. So, let's find out who had that magic combination!

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Podium Finishers

Having talked it up, I can confirm that literally none of us had all four in our teams. However, there were four teams who had three of them in their line-ups. Perhaps unsurprisingly, those four teams comprise our top four, led by - almost unbelievably - Remmirath! Their continued faith in Ferrari delivering a first round victory since all the way back in Spain last year, as big points for Vettel (35), Sainz (18) and Ferrari (63) helped deliver the win. Having McLaren rather than Haas was the only decision that prevented a winning margin of more than just seven points. Sharing second place, courtesy of Exediron transferring in both Force India and Sergio Perez (a move that now sees him share the same line-up as Fountoukos13's team) is, well, Fountoukos13 and Infiniti Infinity Ltd. Both scored 163 points, just five more than the ever-impressive rookie team managed by mcdo achieved. A fourth podium in the opening six rounds for Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo, tying TypingChicane for the most so far in 2017.

1st: Phoenix Racing - 170 points
2nd: Infiniti Infinity Ltd and Fountoukos13 - 163 points
3rd: Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo - 158 points

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The Field

After an opening four races where for the most part, the field was quite closely spread, Monaco represents the second weekend in a row where that isn't the case at all. A lot of that can be attributed to the poor weekend Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton - both selected by eight of the 12 teams - endured, as well as another choice selected by eight teams - Nico Hulkenberg - scoring just a single point.

Despite this, Peter McG.'s Bootleg Honda Racing managed to enjoy another strong showing, picking up 153 points to keep the pressure on those at the top of the overall leaderboard. Also again scoring well was Icemanjee1, whose 145 points represents the third mid-140 score in a row (143, 143 and now 145). In fact, Icemanjee1 has scored exclusively between 143 and 157 points so far in 2017, yet remains one of just two teams to have not collected a podium finish. 10 or 15 more points per race could very easily change that; will we see more transfer activity from that team as a result? Jezza13's 'The Grid Fillers' were the only other team to break through the 130 point barrier, scoring 139 points in Monaco and avoiding being one of the five teams who really did not have good weekends at all. Really, if you haven't already been mentioned, you should probably look away now.

Why? Well, before Monaco, only two sub-130 scores had been registered: Jezza13 in Australia (124) and Exediron in China (127). Both now have plenty of company as not one, not two, not three, but four teams join them. The 'best' of those was Herb's 129 points, with Jenson's Understeer, theferret and - after four successive podiums - our Championship leader, TypingChicane also having challenging weekends. But none of those were anywhere near as bad as Mayhem, who with a line-up including Hamilton, Hulkenberg, Button (for one race only), Mercedes and McLaren, scored a feeble 105 points. It's a score which could very well still be the worst come the end of the season, and ends a promising run of three podiums in a row.

Bootleg Honda Racing - 153 points
Icemanjee1 - 145 points
The Grid Fillers - 139 points
The Champions - 129 points
WIIN-MOOAR Racing - 126 points
White Visor - 124 points
TypingChicane & The Inflatable Shark Fins - 122 points
Mayhem - 105 points

Click here for the Monaco scoring breakdown.

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Transfer Ch-Ch-Changes

Three teams boldly made changes ahead of what is usually a quite unpredictable weekend, and while those changes should be beneficial across the rest of the season, they all represented a loss of points in Monaco. Icemanjee1 swapped Williams for Force India, a move which actually only lost them a single point. Having transferred in Felipe Massa at Sergio Perez's expense, only to see Perez outscore Massa, mcdo decided to undo the damage... and promptly lost four points as Massa somehow finished in the points while Perez's 15-race scoring streak came to an end. So some simple math will tell you that Exediron, who made both of the aforementioned transfers for Monaco, ended up five points worse off than he would've been.

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Scores on the Garage Door(s)

1. Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo - 988 points (+1)
2. TypingChicane & the Inflatable Shark Fins - 967 points (-1)
3. Bootleg Honda Racing - 959 points (+1)
4. Fountoukos13 - 950 points (+1)
5. Phoenix Racing - 930 points (+3)
6. Mayhem - 926 points (-3)
7. The Grid Fillers - 918 points (-)
8. WIN-MOOAR Racing - 907 points (-1)
9. Infiniti Infinity Ltd. - 900 points (+3)
10. Icemanjee1 - 896 points (+1)
11. White Visor - 882 points (-2)
12. The Champions - 881 points (-2)

Having taken the lead heading into Monaco, TypingChicane relinquishes 1st place leaving the principality. Another podium for mcdo combined with a disastrous score for TypingChicane allows Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo to leapfrog back into the overall lead, falling just shy of becoming the first team to reach 1000 points for the season. Fellow rookie Peter McG. also moves back into the top three, with Fountoukos13 climbing a single place as well. One of two teams to gain three places is round winner Remmirath, who after a woeful 2016 is now up to the dizzy heights of 5th place, having gained five spots in the past two races. Mayhem's forgettable round results in a three-place drop, while Infiniti Infinity Ltd. follow Phoenix Racing's lead and jump three positions.

At the bottom? Well, that would be our reigning, defending champion, The Champions. After 14 podiums in 2016, Herb's team has had just a single appearance in the top three so far in 2017 and now slumps to a new low. They say that you sometimes have to hit the bottom before you can start to truly recover, so one positive for Herb is that he is at least halfway there!

Transfer costs etc. will be posted over the weekend.

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Let's face it - I had no chance from the moment I chose my name :D

The first time Williams out perform FI and Merc let me down!

Ah well...


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This Massa/Perez thing is taking the mickey at this stage

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This Massa/Perez thing is taking the mickey at this stage

I'm pretty confident it'll pay off in the long run.

If it doesn't though, are you going to swap again? :lol:

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A little later than promised (never agree to work somewhere where, when one person goes on holiday, you're left as the only person doing that job) but here are the scores, transfer costs and so on after Monaco:

Driver/team scores and costs after Spain are as follows:

Driver Group 1
Vettel: 189 points scored / 20 transfer point cost
Hamilton: 164 points scored / 19 transfer point cost
Bottas: 129 points scored / 18 transfer point cost
Raikkonen: 118 points scored / 17 transfer point cost
Verstappen: 90 points scored / 15 transfer point cost
Ricciardo: 100 points scored / 16 transfer point cost

Driver Group 2
Perez: 92 points scored / 14 transfer point cost
Massa: 75 points scored / 12 transfer point cost
Ocon: 78 points scored / 11 transfer point cost
Stroll: 31 points scored / 3 transfer point cost

Driver Group 3
Sainz: 80 points scored / 13 transfer point cost
Hulkenberg: 64 points scored / 10 transfer point cost
Kvyat: 53 points scored / 6 transfer point cost
Palmer: 37 points scored / 5 transfer point cost

Driver Group 4
Alonso: 32 points scored / 2 transfer point cost
Vandoorne: 27 points scored / 1 transfer point cost

Driver Group 5
Grosjean: 52 points scored / 9 transfer point cost
Magnussen: 48 points scored / 8 transfer point cost
Wehrlein: 42 points scored / 7 transfer point cost
Ericsson: 35 points scored / 4 transfer point cost

Team Group 1
Ferrari: 307 points scored / 40 transfer point cost
Mercedes: 293 points scored / 36 transfer point cost
Red Bull: 190 points scored / 32 transfer point cost

Team Group 2
Force India: 170 points scored / 28 transfer point cost
Toro Rosso: 133 points scored / 24 transfer point cost
Williams: 106 points scored / 20 transfer point cost
Renault: 101 points scored / 16 transfer point cost

Team Group 3
Haas: 100 points scored / 12 transfer point cost
Sauber: 77 points scored / 8 transfer point cost
McLaren: 59 points scored / 4 transfer point cost

Transfer Points Remaining
Herb, Peter McG., TypingChicane, theferret, Mayhem: 200 transfer points
Remmirath: 180 transfer points
Icemanjee1, mcdo: 172 transfer points
Jenson's Understeer: 169 transfer points
Fountoukos13, Jezza13: 164 transfer points
Exediron: 142 transfer points

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9. Infiniti Infinity Ltd. - 900 points
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All right, I think it's time (past time perhaps) to switch McLaren out for Haas.

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Remmirath wrote:
All right, I think it's time (past time perhaps) to switch McLaren out for Haas.



Dido :nod:

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Mayhem wrote:
Remmirath wrote:
All right, I think it's time (past time perhaps) to switch McLaren out for Haas.



Dido :nod:


One might say you're raising a... White Flag.

/gets jacket

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Jenson's Understeer wrote:
Mayhem wrote:
Remmirath wrote:
All right, I think it's time (past time perhaps) to switch McLaren out for Haas.



Dido :nod:


One might say you're raising a... White Flag.

/gets jacket

Yes! :D :thumbup:

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Group Pick'em 2017 - Canadian Grand Prix Update!

Spoiler alert: Canada was a really, really good race for some teams, and a really, really bad race (comparatively, at least!) for others. The spread from first to last was nearly 70 points, comfortably the biggest so far in 2017. So who were our winners and losers? Well...

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Podium Finishers

For the first time in 2017, we have a score of above 200 points. For the second time in 2017, we have more than one winner. And for the second time in 2017, one of the our joint winners was TypingChicane (& The Inflatable Shark Fins). Sharing the victory with him, by virtue of now having the same selections across the board, was Mayhem. Both scored 206 points. TypingChicane grabbed his third victory of 2017 (the most for one team) while for Mayhem, it was both a first victory of the year, and an important bounce-back performance after posting the worst score of 2017 last time out. As with many of our big scorers in Canada, a large number of points were claimed with selections of Mercedes (63) and Hamilton (35), Force India (38) and Perez (20), and Haas (20) and Grosjean (11). In second place, claiming a third podium of the year, was Jezza13, whose team scored 193 points. The Grid Fillers' 13-point deficit to the front two was down to Carlos Sainz, whose solitary point was 13 less than Nico Hulkenberg contributed for both Mayhem and TypingChicane. And in third place? Why, it's a welcome return to the podium for Jenson's Understeer, as his WIIN-MOOAR Racing bagged 188 points to claim a second trophy of the year. Felipe Massa was the one let-down, costing the team 18 points in a race where expectations of a strong points finish might've been warranted.

1st: TypingChicane & The Inflatable Shark Fins/Mayhem - 206 points
2nd: The Grid Fillers - 193 points
3rd: WIIN-MOOAR Racing - 188 points

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The Field

While no one else was able to quite match the heights of the leading two teams, Championship leader mcdo did his best to keep pace, scoring 180 points to limit the damage inflicted by his chief rival, TypingChicane. It was good enough for best of the rest, just edging out Icemanjee1's 177-point effort. Those two lead a clutch of teams scoring within four points of each other, as Exediron, Fountoukos13, Herb, Peter McG. and theferret all had very similar totals in Canada. The one team we haven't mentioned yet? That would be Remmirath's Phoenix Racing. Having taken victory in Monaco on the back of a Ferrari 1-2, a poor afternoon for the Prancing Horse meant 137 points was the best damage limitation available to Phoenix Racing. Remmirath will no doubt be hoping that Baku is more Monaco than it is Canada, at least in terms of the result anyway!

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Transfer Ch-Ch-Changes

Just the two changes for Canada, as Team Group 3 became our first group to be dominated by one selection. Both Mayhem and Remmirath climbed aboard the Haas bandwagon, leaving the American team as the sole selection in TG3. Will we see anyone switch to Sauber or McLaren to try and take advantage of potentially poor weekends for Haas, or is the risk vs reward too large?

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Scores on the Garage Door(s)

1. TypingChicane & the Inflatable Shark Fins - 1173 points (+1)
2. Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo - 1168 points (-1)
3. Mayhem - 1132 points (+3)
4. Bootleg Honda Racing - 1124 points (-1)
5. Fountoukos13 - 1116 points points (-1)
6. The Grid Fillers - 1111 points (+1)
7. WIN-MOOAR Racing - 1095 points (+1)
8. Icemanjee1 - 1073 points (+2)
9. Phoenix Racing - 1067 points (-4)
10. Infiniti Infinity Ltd. - 1066 points (-)
11. The Champions - 1047 points (+1)
12. White Visor - 1044 points (-1)

The Canadian Grand prix saw a huge shake-up in the order as all but one team leaves North America in a different position to where they were prior to the weekend. In a strange twist, the top five all recovered the exact positions they had lost in Monaco. That means that TypingChicane & The Inflatable Shark Fins once more replaces Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo at the head of the standings with a mere five points separating the two teams. Both now have a bit of breathing room back to third place, which is once again filled by Mayhem. After a disaster in Monaco, a share of the victory in Montreal regains the three places lost a fortnight ago. Bootleg Honda Racing and Fountoukos13 both drop a place. The weekend's big loser was, perhaps unsurprisingly, Phoenix Racing. Having gained three spots after victory in Monaco, they've lost those and more, dropping four down to ninth, whilst at the bottom of the standings White Visor replace The Champions.

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Driver Group 1
Vettel: 211 points scored / 20 transfer point cost
Hamilton: 199 points scored / 19 transfer point cost
Bottas: 157 points scored / 18 transfer point cost
Raikkonen: 134 points scored / 17 transfer point cost
Verstappen: 93 points scored / 15 transfer point cost
Ricciardo: 125 points scored / 16 transfer point cost

Driver Group 2
Perez: 112 points scored / 14 transfer point cost
Massa: 77 points scored / 11 transfer point cost
Ocon: 96 points scored / 13 transfer point cost
Stroll: 43 points scored / 5 transfer point cost

Driver Group 3
Sainz: 81 points scored / 12 transfer point cost
Hulkenberg: 78 points scored / 10 transfer point cost
Kvyat: 57 points scored / 6 transfer point cost
Palmer: 47 points scored / 4 transfer point cost

Driver Group 4
Alonso: 37 points scored / 2 transfer point cost
Vandoorne: 34 points scored / 1 transfer point cost

Driver Group 5
Grosjean: 63 points scored / 9 transfer point cost
Magnussen: 57 points scored / 8 transfer point cost
Wehrlein: 48 points scored / 7 transfer point cost
Ericsson: 43 points scored / 3 transfer point cost

Team Group 1
Ferrari: 345 points scored / 36 transfer point cost
Mercedes: 356 points scored / 40 transfer point cost
Red Bull: 218 points scored / 32 transfer point cost

Team Group 2
Force India: 208 points scored / 28 transfer point cost
Toro Rosso: 138 points scored / 24 transfer point cost
Williams: 120 points scored / 20 transfer point cost
Renault: 125 points scored / 16 transfer point cost

Team Group 3
Haas: 120 points scored / 12 transfer point cost
Sauber: 91 points scored / 8 transfer point cost
McLaren: 71 points scored / 4 transfer point cost

Transfer Points Remaining
Herb, Peter McG., TypingChicane, theferret: 200 transfer points
Mayhem: 188 transfer points
Icemanjee1, mcdo: 172 transfer points
Jenson's Understeer: 169 transfer points
Remmirath: 168 transfer points
Fountoukos13, Jezza13: 164 transfer points
Exediron: 142 transfer points

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Any update before Austria? Now we know the Vettel result stands!

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mcdo wrote:
Any update before Austria? Now we know the Vettel result stands!

It would be good to have the update well before the transfer deadline (FP1). I need to know if my goal is to move past Uncle Ron's Retirement Rodeo or keep him behind me. :)

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To be honest, there isn't going to be another update. A fair amount of time has always gone into them, and it's just not worth it when there is so little interest. I'd hoped replacing the joker system with the transfer one might've changed that, but unfortunately it has not.

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