AUTOSPORT Grand Prix Predictor 2015 game launches

The AUTOSPORT Grand Prix Predictor returns with a brand new look for 2015

AUTOSPORT Grand Prix Predictor 2015 game launches

The most popular fantasy game of its kind, made by the same people that bring you autosport.com, the Grand Prix Predictor is free to enter, easy to use and highly addictive.

Players from all over the world compete in a global league for race-by-race prizes by forecasting the top 10, and more, in every grand prix during the 2015 season.

Enter the 2015 Grand Prix Predictor now

Now in its fifth year, more than 100,000 people have signed on to play the game since 2011.

The Grand Prix Predictor features private leagues, which allow you to play against your friends, as well as driver fan leagues. There is a Facebook app version of the game as well as a fully responsive mobile site so that you can make your predictions on the go.

This year's panel of game experts, all of whom will play the game for fun, include Le Mans winner and former F1 racer Alex Wurz, BTCC returnee Andy Priaulx and the reigning McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner George Russell.

The first prize on offer this year is a Sony PlayStation 4 DriveClub bundle, which will go to the player who scores the most game points over the Australian Grand Prix weekend.

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