Grand Prix Predictor Game

    Castrol EDGE Grand Prix Predictor – India’s first online Grand Prix predictor game powered by AutocarIndia.

    Published On Apr 19, 2012 04:04:00 PM


    Here’s a chance to get more involved with the sport that took us by storm last season. Predict the outcome of every F1 race and earn points for every correct prediction. One lucky winner gets a Castrol EDGE sponsored all-expense paid trip to watch a WRC race in 2013.

    All you have to do is register here and pick the drivers in the order you think they will finish the race. What’s better is that our panel of experts will be making their predictions as well. So get advice and tips before every GP and compare your predictions to our experts.

    There are prizes up for grabs for scoring the highest in every race, including the chance to sit with the Autocar India Team in a supercar as our experts go flat-out around a racetrack. You could alsowin tickets to the 2012 Indian Grand Prix, Castrol EDGE and Autocar India merchandise and much more.

    The game has some great features –you can create your very own private league and battle it out with friends, family and colleagues over 20 rounds this season or compete in the main league. You also get to pick the driver with the fastest lap during a race, the pole position and the driver with the most positions gained.

    Predictions are now open for the Bahrain Grand Prix. May the best predictor win.

    Our panel of experts:

    Aditya Patel, GT car driver

    The new name doing the buzz in motorsports circles across India is none other than the young achiever, Aditya Patel. Aditya comes from a family of racers and athletes – his own father Kamlesh Patel has been racing since 1971 and is recognized as one of India’s finest drivers. Aditya learnt to kart very soon after he learned to walk or run and his natural instinct behind the wheel is truly representative of this…he hasn’t stopped since!

    Shapur Kotwal, Deputy editor, AutocarIndia

    Shapur is at the forefront of the magazine’s extensive road testing activities and overseas test instrumentation and data acquisition. Shapur has possibly the most experience among all road testers in the country today. An avid motorsport fan, Shapur has covered numerous grands prix over the years and knows the sport inside out. 

    Renuka Kirpalani Editor, TheAutocar Show

    A former rally star and the anchor for Bloomberg UTV’s ‘The Autocar Show’, Renuka is a respected face in Indian motoring circles and she has driven virtually every car in the Indian market. But her love for motoring is not limited to rallying and the shrill of the F1 cars gets her equally excited. Given a chance she would love to get her hands on an F1 car and believes she would easily be able to break her own speed record on four-wheels.  

    Saptarishi Sukla Motoring Correspondent, AutocarIndia

    The resident Motorsport Correspondent at Autocar India, SaptarshiShukla spends most of his waking minutes reading, writing and watching motorsport and particularly F1. Apart from writing motorsport, he enjoys getting behind the wheel as well and has sampled most of the competitive racing machinery on offer in the country.

    Our Experts are not eligible for the Prizes. So Go ahead -  Predict and Win.

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