With six races to go, there are statistically eleven drivers still within a shot of taking the title. In this series, we will go through each driver and their possibility of taking the F1F VGPC's first Championship.
With 25 points on the board, it's still feasible that Enzo could take the title, but given that he has only scored 25 points so far, and would need to win every remaining race, with the title contenders ahead failing to score many points whatsoever, it seems quite unlikely that he'll pick up the 150 points he needs.
The returning driver for Downton had a great first race in Australia, scoring a podium, in a car, which based on the rest of the season, shouldn't have been there. Again, with the pace of the car, it's quite unlikely that Parsons will be able to win it in the final six races.
Westwood Racing has fared a little better recently, but with only a point more than Parsons and Domenicalli, and no signs that his car will suddenly become a race winner, it's not looking good. However, that doesn't mean he won't impress, after a fantastic pole position in Austria.
Another driver whom is mainly on here because he has a slight chance at winning. Lucas Wilson, like Westwood has been on the up, but not enough to overhaul the huge points gap.
Given that he has just over half the points of his team mate, it could be a season to forget for the German. The title looks out of reach, but with a little more luck, a win or two could spring him a lot closer to his team mate, and boost his confidence for next season.
With 71 points, Puccio is just over 100 points away from the Championship lead. It would surely be a shock for him to take it, but he'd need a far better car, especially given his recent bad luck. Hasn't scored points in the last three races, which seems a waste given how good he has been this year. The title seems a little too far, but who would doubt this youngster to get it in future years?
Now we start getting into those who are definitely within a realistic shot of winning. Hoskins is the first of which whom could spring a late season surprise. There is no doubting he's had the majority of bad luck this season, but Austria could well be a turning point. Some more performances like that in the final six races could shake things up a bit.
Wagner's season has been much like Hoskins'. Interestingly, they both outshone their respective team mates in the last race and this could well have an effect towards the end of the season. Wagner will be one to watch, with Team 23 looking like they have the fastest car.
Given that Mathershaw-Technology have had what looks like the third fastest car for the majority of the season (bar Malaysia), Simon has done a great job. Consistency and opportunism has paid off, and a late season surge for the team could push him towards the title. Though they'd probably have to sacrifice Beckenbauer in order to do so.
With the Team 23 car looking so good, Mattson has a great chance to overhaul Power's lead. Would only need to outscore Powers by 8 points per race in order to take the title. Not an unreasonable task by any means. In fact, it would be hard to bet against him.
Had lead the Championship since the second race of the season, and it would be foolish to bet against him now. However, with a very poor showing in Austria, including cracks showing between him and the team, it could be the nail in the coffin for the Brit. The pressure will be rising towards the end of the season, and it could well get to him.
Who do you think will take the title?