PWP: What was your score in Australia?

Published on
25 Mar 2024
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Find out your Pit Wall Predictions score, and discover how ‘The Strategist’ fared after Round 3.

An incident-packed Australian GP weekend kept us on our toes – and while Alex put in a clean drive in Sunday's race, there was plenty of other action to shake up the field in Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf.
It was a reduced round of questions, and yet just two players managed to make all four predictions correctly.
How did you do for Round 3? And did you fare better than The Strategist? Find out below!
Find out your results
See how you fared against other fans in the latest round of Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf.

Q1) On which lap will Alex make his first stop?

Alex was one of the first into the pits after starting on the medium tyre, boxing on Lap 7. Not many followed The Strategist in calling this one right though, with less than 8% of players selecting 'Lap 1-10'.

Q2) How many full Safety Car periods will there be?

There was no shortage of drama at Albert Park on Sunday, but the stewards elected to manage it all without bringing Bernd Mayländer out of the pit lane.
The Strategist was wide of the mark here after predicting there would be one full Safety Car period, and almost half of all players followed their lead. Well done to just 4% of you who foresaw this one correctly.

Q3) What will Alex's longest stint on the same set of tyres be?

With Alex taking both of his pit stops earlier than the majority in the field, his final stint on the hard tyre was a long one.
Albono managed 30 laps on the hard compound in his final run of the race, putting him just on the borderline between two options. The Strategist called it correctly – just – and 46% of you followed their lead to take five points here.

Q4) Which tyre will Alex end his race on?

Graining was an issue all weekend long throughout the paddock, so the hard compound was the tyre of choice for most across the majority of the race.
The Strategist called this one right, but they were in the minority – just a quarter of players followed their lead.

The Strategist’s Score:

3/4 – A better percentage than in Saudi Arabia, but the reduced round means it's just the fifteen points for the Grove Guru, who now sits joint P3 in the standings on 60 points.
The Safety Car – or lack thereof – proved the stumbling block for many this week, with our leader now on 70 points after three rounds.
Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf, will return for the Japanese GP in a fortnight.
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