What will be true of the Miami GP weekend?
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resolved May 6
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YES
Verstappen leads 1+ seconds after 2 laps (main race)
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YES
2 drivers of the bottom 5 teams end up in the points (Alpine, Sauber, Williams, Haas, RB Honda)
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YES
Q: Hulkenberg gets into Q3
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YES
Q: Verstappen gets pole position
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YES
Q: An Alpine makes it into Q2
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YES
Q: Between Ferrari and Mercedes, Ferrari qualify higher
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YES
Q: Hamilton makes it into Q3
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YES
Alonso finishes 5 places ahead of Stroll
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YES
17+ cars finish the main race
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YES
S: Daniel Riccardo ends up in top 5 in the Sprint
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NO
Kick Sauber has a 5+ second pit stop
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NO
At least 1 big crash during the entire weekend (trainings, qualy or race)
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NO
Russell finishes ahead of Hamilton in the race
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NO
Verstappen wins with an 8 second lead
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NO
0 cars DNF after starting the race
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NO
There is a red flag during the main race
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NO
Mclaren has 2 drivers finish in the top 6 (Norris+Piastri)
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NO
Q: Hamilton qualifies in top 6
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NO
2+ cars DNF after starting the race
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NO
Alonso and/or Sainz podium

What's going to happen at the United States Miami Grand Prix 2024? Side bets for the Miami Grand Prix, you can add your own answers. About both Sprint Qualifying (3rd), Qualifying (4th), Sprint (4th) and the Grand Prix (5th of May) or about free practice if you want to add those. Markets should reasonably resolve before the GP after starts.

Markets are resolved according to the following criteria: https://gist.github.com/kevinburke/190b4c7fedfae12bc8e115519f4a9541

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For your convenience I've prefixed the questions that definitely end after qualification with Q: so you can alphabetically sort them during qualy.

Clarifications:

The Q questions, about qualification are about the Qualification for the main race, not the qualification for the sprint race.
'Between Ferrari and Mercedes, Ferrari qualify higher' means for the qualifying positions after Q3, before penalties, Ferrari has a car more at the front (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc) than either Mercedes car.

'At least 1 big crash during the entire weekend (trainings, qualy or race)': A crash can be just 1 person into the wall. Has to not be a little wall collision, has to involve serious damage to the car. By example Zhou in practice in Saudi Arabia would could. Very likely means the car cannot continue another lap.

'17+ cars finish the main race' how many cars finish the last lap of the main race, also means if 1 car doesn't start the race it will be 1 less car that crosses the finish line. This is race cars, the safety car or anything does not count.

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Kick Sauber has a 5+ second pit stop

Not as far as I spotted, will resolve NO unless someone else provides evidence they did a bad pit stop.

Alonso finishes 5 places ahead of Stroll
bought Ṁ100 Alonso finishes 5 pl... YES

Note, any penalty from the incident of the overtake counts. So that is making him P17, and Alonso P9

At least 1 big crash during the entire weekend (trainings, qualy or race)

Ruling the Sargeant crash as NOT a big crash. He got planted into the wall, couldn't finish another lap, but the car still seemed mostly fine. No question if the driver was okay.

Daniel did really well in the sprint qualy and the sprint, will he do will in 3 hours in the Qualification for the main race?

bought Ṁ5 There is a red flag ... YES

If anyone feels strongly about a particular thing lmk and we can bet higher volume (at fair odds)

Q: Between Ferrari and Mercedes, Ferrari qualify higher

Edit: answered in clarifications

//Highest, average or lowest car?//

Wohoo, clarifications worked.