The Motor Racing Game

Guide and Links Week Forty-Two

Formula One graces Abu Dhabi, the Valencia of the Middle-East.

Texas is a fairly steeply-banked 1·5 mile oval which counts as intermediate. By NASCAR standards, it is probably middle-predictable. Check the driver-stats.

Beyond the more obvious picks, Formula One has become quite volatile recently, but still considerably less so than a typical Sprint Cup race. We all have to pick at least three NASCAR drivers, but will it be worth risking an extra choice or two?

Formula One Links:

2012 Championship points-table
2011 Championship points-table
2012 Results-table (Wikipedia anchored link)
2011 Results-table (Wikipedia anchored link)
2011 Abu Dhabi Result
2010 Abu Dhabi Result
2009 Abu Dhabi Result

NASCAR links:

Entry List (Page usually turns up by Tuesday.)
2012 Championship points-table
2012 Championship results-table (Wikipedia anchored link)
2011 Championship points-table
2011 Championship points-table without Chase (Can be used to access drivers’ stats pages)
Driver stats page (Brad Keselowski) (Use the ‘SELECT DRIVER’ menu towards the top-right to reach the other driver-pages)
2012 Texas Result (first visit)
2011 Texas Result (second visit)
2011 Texas Result (first visit)
2010 Texas Result (second visit)
2010 Texas Result (first visit)

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