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Century of points surpassed on Pit Wall Predictions – are you leading after Miami?

Published on
10 May 2022
Est. reading time
2 Min

Did you call the strategy right in the 305?

Round five of the 2022 Formula One season took us to Miami for the very first time, and often new venues throw up plenty of unknowns.
Strategy calls can be difficult here, but some of our fans thrived in the circumstances.
Nobody secured a full house of 8/8 but three players managed to top score with seven correct answers!
If you fell short of this, don’t worry – 2/8 was the most common result this time around.
But where does that leave the overall standings? One fan leads the way with 105 points so far this campaign, but someone is nipping at their heels just on 100.
Find out how you fared this week by checking out your scores and sharing your ranking with us on social media.
Find out your results
See how you fared against other Williams fans in the latest round of Pit Wall Predictions.
If we delve deeper into this week's results, we discover that the majority of fans expected this race to be, at the very least, a two-stopper. 32% of you called it right that Alex Albon would stop just once, with 20% expecting the same of Nicholas Latifi.
Alex was between 0.1 and 2.5 of the car ahead when he made his only stop, with 26% getting that correct, whilst 32% said that Nicky would indeed be between 5.1 and 7.5 seconds of the next car up the order when he boxed.
Both our drivers ran for over 31 laps on their longest stint during the Grand Prix, and with many thinking this would be a two-stop race, this caught a few of you out. 20% got it right for Alex and 10% for Nicky.
Finally, our pair started the race on separate strategies and with just one stop made, they both ended on different tyre compounds. 25% of players said Alex would finish on the hard tyre with 46% saying Nicky would have the medium tyre fitted at the end.
Will you be building on a good score next time or simply looking to make amends? Our Spanish Grand Prix round opens on Wednesday evening (BST).
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