On 29.Apr.2017, Sebastian Vettel took pole position for the Russian Grand Prix in a tight qualifying at Sochi Autodrom, ahead of teammate Kimi Räikkönen, as Ferrari locked out the front row for the first time since 2008!

Räikkönen held provisional pole after the first Q3 runs, but failed to improve on his second, as Vettel jumped ahead with a 1:33.194 while Kimi was 1:33.253!

You know, I am Kimi's fan, so I asked the question:

"Will Kimi win Russian Grand Prix tomorrow? "

This is the chart for the date, place and time when I asked this question:

After looking at the chart I post this my prediction (on 29.Apr.2017.) in the Sports Astrology section of the Astrologers' Community forum:

Because I am huge Kimi's fan, Kimi is given the 1st house on the basis of the supporter's identification with him. So Kimi gets ASC ruler Venus in the degree of the Nodes. In the Degree of the Nodes refers to any planet that falls in the same degree of the lunar nodes in any sign. It must be the very same degree, not one higher or lower to come within one degree, but actually in that same degree, regardless of the number of minutes. This shows a fateful event, possibly some sort of catastrophe. So, my answer is NO. Kimi will not win !

That confirms dignities which are in slight favour for DSC ruler, Mars, Kimi's opponents. Next, Mars is fast, Venus is slow. For those sports where victory is determined entirely by speed, like Formula 1, the speed of the ruler becomes much more important - one more testimony in favour of Mars, Kimi's opponents.


On 30. Apr. 2017. on the https://www.formula1.com website you could read the following:

"Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas scored the first win of his F1 career on Sunday!

Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas scored the first win of his F1 career on Sunday after holding off the charging Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel for a superb victory in the 2017 Formula 1 VTB Russian Grand Prix. Bottas got the jump on both Ferraris at the start, leading into Turn 2 from Vettel, Raikkonen and Hamilton, and from there the Finn was in command, only losing the lead during pit stops."