PWP: How did Montreal treat you?

Published on
11 Jun 2024
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2 Min

Were your Pit Wall Predictions for the Canadian GP the right choices and did you trump 'The Strategist'?

It was a tough week for Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf, as Formula 1's trip to Montreal saw low-scoring hauls for the majority of players.
Only three managed to take home the 30-point high score from Quebec’s showing, while the majority of PWP predictors had a tally of 10.
See how you measured up against the competition - and The Strategist - 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’s first stop came on Lap 26, which places him in the third category.
It was good news for 16% of players, though The Strategist missed out, opting for Laps 11-20 instead.

Q2. On which lap will Logan make his first stop?

1.61% of players got this call right as Logan was forced to retire his car early after hitting the wall at Turn 4.

Q3. Which Williams Racing driver will pit first?

Albono was our first driver to pit in Montreal.
A majority of 66.44%, along with our Grove guru, made the correct prediction here.

Q4. When the first Williams Racing driver pits, what position will they pit from?

Upon his pit entry, our No23 was going strong in P9, which 33.91% of players foresaw happening to pick up a vital five points.
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Q5. When will our fastest lap of the race be recorded?

The fastest lap we achieved came from Alex in Lap 51, when he recorded a 1:19.359.
Again, just 35.6% of PWP predictors got this one correct, outsmarting The Strategist, who opted for Lap 57+.

Q6. How many Virtual Safety Car periods will there be?

There was a grand total of zero Virtual Safety Car periods in this year’s edition of the Canadian GP. The minority of 19.54% called this, including our Grove guru.

Q7. How many full Safety Car periods will there be?

The wet conditions made for tricky racing, and saw two Safety Car periods last weekend, which 11.19% of PWP players saw coming.

Q8. Where will the leading Williams driver finish the race?

Finally, due to the unfortunate end to our driver duos' respective races, no points were scored in this round as both were forced to retire their cars.
The Strategist’s Score: 2/8 – It was a challenging PWP week for The Strategist in Montreal, along with many others, as 10 points proved the most popular score.
Our resident guru is joint-fourth in the leaderboard after the Canadian GP, with 165 points, while the leader of the pack has an impressive 10-point cushion to second place, with 185 points.

TOP FIVE:

POINTS
PLAYERS
185
1 player
175
1 player
170
3 players
165
7 players (inc. The Strategist)
160
4 players
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