• ROUND 8 - FRENCH GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 8 - FRENCH GRAND PRIX

    Round 8 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet, France. Read More
  • MONTERO RETURNS TO WINNING WAYS

    MONTERO RETURNS TO WINNING WAYS

    Ezequiel Montero has returned to winning ways after edging Cory Mackey to victory in Montreal. Read More
  • ROUND 7 - CANADIAN GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 7 - CANADIAN GRAND PRIX

    Round 7 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada. Read More
  • ANGELONE GETS A HATTRICK IN MONACO

    ANGELONE GETS A HATTRICK IN MONACO

    Osvaldo Angelone left the Circuit de Monaco with a hattrick after obtaining the Pole Position, Read More
  • ROUND 6 - MONACO GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 6 - MONACO GRAND PRIX

    Round 6 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Circuit de Monaco in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Read More
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The 2016 SRHF1 League Championship is now just two races away from ending. The host of Round 17 brings the Hermanos Rodriguez circuit, a track that's new to all drivers that combine high-speed straights with very low-speed and tight corners making setting up the car tricky. Coming into the race, Argenis Riera extended his lead in the Drivers Championship by 38 points over Ezequiel Montero while Otto Acosta is a further 42 points behind. Mercedes lead the Constructors Championship by 60 points over McLaren-Honda while Williams are 83 points behind the leaders.

Since both championships can be decided in this round, let's take a look at the possible scenarios:

Argenis Riera becomes Champion if any of the following occurs:

  • Finishes 1st, 2nd, or 3rd.
  • Finishes 4th, 5th, or 6th and Ezequiel Montero doesn't win.
  • Finishes 7th and Ezequiel Montero or Otto Acosta don't win.
  • Finishes 8th and Ezequiel Montero finishes 3rd or worse and Otto Acosta doesn't win.
  • Finishes 9th or 10th and Ezequiel Montero finishes 4th or worse and Otto Acosta doesn't win.

Mercedes become Champion if any of the following occurs:

  • Either of the Mercedes wins.
  • Either of the Mercedes finish 2nd and McLaren don't finish at least 1-4.
  • Either of the Mercedes finish 3rd and McLaren don't finish at least 1-6.
  • Either of the Mercedes finish 4th and McLaren don't finish at least 1-7 or 2-3.
  • Either of the Mercedes finish 5th and McLaren don't finish at least 1-8 or 2-4.
  • Either of the Mercedes finish 6th and McLaren don't finish at least 1-10, or 2-5, or 3-4.
  • Either of the Mercedes finish 7th and McLaren don't finish at least 1, or 2-6, or 3-5.
  • Either of the Mercedes finish 8th and McLaren don't finish at least 1, or 2-7, or 3-6, or 4-5.
  • Either of the Mercedes finish 9th and McLaren don't finish at least 1, or 2-8, or 3-7, or 4-6 and Williams don't finish at least 1-2.
  • Either of the Mercedes finish 10th and McLaren don't finish at least 1, or 2-9, or 3-8, or 4-6 and Williams don't finish at least 1-2.
  • None of the Mercedes score points and McLaren don't finish at least 1, or 2, or 3-8, or 4-7, or 5-6 and Williams don't finish at least 1-2.

Here's our event time table:

  • October 25
    • 21:30 New York (UTC-5): 90-minute Public Free Practice
  • October 27
    • 21:30 New York (UTC-5): Qualifying 1
    • 21:43 New York (UTC-5): Qualifying 2
    • 21:50 New York (UTC-5): Warm-up
    • 21:55 New York (UTC-5): Race (71 laps)

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