The code has been cracked.
It is now known what is required to win a Grand Prix this season.
The Formula required to be number One in 2012 is simple.
What can be established is that the winner of each race this season endures a average to poor race prior to their victory, then backs up at the next race with a decidedly poor outing.
As defined by the following statistics. (Race won in italics)
Australia — 1st
Malaysia — 14th
Australia — 5th
Malaysia — 1st
China — 9th
Malaysia — 13th
China — 1st
Bahrain — 5th
China — 5th
Bahrain — 1st
Spain — 6th
Bahrain — DNF
Spain — 1st
Monaco — ???
On the basis of these stats, Maldonado, or simply “Manaldo”, as my colleague refers to him, will finish in eighth or ninth position at Monaco.
You can bet your bottom dollar on this happening.
Thus, using the provided statistics, the formula for victory in 2012 is dictated by mediocrity or complete failure.
As for the winner at Monaco?
We’ve even got this one figured out
As an extension of the “Poor-Win-Poor” theory, a driver who has either finished fifth/finished outside the points or retired from the previous race race is guaranteed of victory.
It works on an alternate basis, as the last victor in Maldonado retired at the previous race, Rosberg was thirteenth at Malaysia, victorious at China, whilst Vettel finished fifth before his win at Bahrain, and the same goes for Alonso who went on to win at Malaysia.
So, the man who will win the next race finished in fifth position at Spain.
Therefore, after much analysis, the winner of the Monaco Grand Prix is…
And if it’s not him, which is incredibly doubtful, as it would destory this completely logical solution to winning a race in 2012, the only other man to finish in fifth this season without winning a race, and therefore the only alternative candidate to win at Monaco…
Either of these two men, guaranteed of victory.
Cracking the code, Real-Motorsport style!
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