Sebastian Vettel is expected to dominate this weekend's Korean Grand Prix at Yeongam, according to the overwhelming view of Castrol EDGE Grand Prix Predictor Players.
Fifty eight per cent of all predictions have the world championship leader, and the winner of the last three races, finishing top again on Sunday.
Even the GPP's expert panel is in agreement that the three-time world champion is virtually untouchable going into the weekend.
"As much as it may upset some, it's very hard to look beyond Sebastian Vettel for the win in Korea," said GPP ambassador Karun Chandhok.
"I think we'll see a lot of people get excited in qualifying when the Red Bulls do a slow sector one time, but when it comes to sectors two and three, they have been awesome every year and I don't think this year will be any different."
The only other two drivers who have even registered as potential rivals are Fernando Alonso (19 per cent), and Lewis Hamilton (10 per cent).
In other news, the Grand Prix Predictor is now giving away brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 devices as the prize for scoring the most points over a grand prix weekend.
The GPP is free and easy to play. All you have to do is sign up and predict the top 10 finishers and more besides.
And remember you don't have to have played before to be a race winner - the Singapore prize-winning team 'Miss Kimi' was created just two days before the race! www.gppredictor.com