Welcome to Tier Two Time! Kckolbe here again, and time to do some of the predictions for T2 drivers. This won’t take as long, since there are only 28 drivers in this tier, all of whom are able to participate in every race. Between both of those things, there’s a lot less disparity between attribute rank and standings. Still, we are gonna do some luck rankings.
|Niki Lauda, Jr||4|
|Luis Cabrera Perez||0|
Tilly Tamburlaine may be having a lucky year, but I doubt she feels that way at the moment, as she was in first place this morning. Conversely, Jack Stevens is currently tied as the unluckiest driver at 6 spots below, but moved up 4 spots today, so he had to get a lucky finish just to be among the unluckiest.
As with last week, here are my projections on the final standings.
|Driver||Standings||Att Rank||New Rank|
|Luis Cabrera Perez||8||8||8|
|Niki Lauda, Jr||22||26||23.75|
My own driver, Kevin Keselowski, seems to have replaced Danny Vandoorne as the inconsistent champion. Keselowski has now won an unprecedented 5 of the 9 races so far, but only has 6 top 10 finishes. Charlotte Bowey, who lived up to her nickname of Bowdozer today, has improved considerably from the 28th place she found herself in last year to 5th so far this time, so even though winning it all is a somewhat tall order, she will be the most improved from last year to this one.
Finally, Alex Rodrigo, for the first time this season, is actually at the bottom of the standings. He entered today’s race 27th, but got taken out in an early wreck.