After another Azerbaijan Grand Prix that was full of twists and turns, there is now a two-way tie at the top of the Pit Wall Predictions leaderboard on 140 points.
Meanwhile, one brainy fan will no doubt be pleased to hear that their score of 30 points this weekend was the best performance this round.
Check out your results by following the link below, or keep reading as week breakdown the answers.
Find out your results
See how you fared against other Williams fans in the latest round of Pit Wall Predictions.
An early Virtual Safety Car allowed Alex Albon to pit within the opening 10 laps, something that just 4% of you saw coming.
Nicholas Latifi’s stop-and-go penalty saw him forced into the box in the opening handful of laps, but 15% of players correctly called an early visit of the Canadian.
Despite numerous retirements, there were no full Safety Car periods during the Grand Prix, a real rarity for this venue. As such, only 3% earned five points here.
Although Alex has commonly boxed first this season, Nicky’s aforementioned penalty meant he was the first in, giving 65% of players points on this question.
Alex’s longest stint fell within the 21-30 laps bracket, with Nicky’s stretching his longest stint over the 31+ lap threshold, 62% and 11% nailed these predictions respectively.
Our No23 was just over a second behind the car in front at the chequered flag, which 19% foresaw, with 31% of players correctly calling Nicky’s 7.5+ second margin.
Will you be using the quick turnaround to build on a strong result or get back to positive ways? Questions will be going live for the Canadian Grand Prix on Wednesday afternoon (BST).
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