PWP: Check your Suzuka score

Published on
08 Apr 2024
Est. reading time
3 Min

Find out your Pit Wall Predictions score, and discover how ‘The Strategist’ fared after Round 4

It was a tricky weekend for the team on track, and it was similarly difficult for players of our free-to-play game, Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf.
The Japanese GP saw just 0.6% of fans pick up over half of the available points, with 25/40 our top score this time around.
Our most common score for Suzuka was 10/40, but how did you do during Round 4? 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?

Sadly for Alex, his race was over by Turn 3 on the opening lap, which meant he fell into the ‘No Stop Made’ bracket and only four players called this correctly.

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

After making a tyre change under the red flag, Logan ran until Lap 22 before he made his first actual pit stop. This placed our American racer in the Lap 21-30 bracket, which 10% of players correctly called.

Q3: Which Williams Racing driver will pit first?

With Alex out of the race before he was able to make a stop, Logan became our first stopper by default. 44% predicted this, securing five points in the process.

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

P11-P15 was the correct option this week, with Logan sitting in P12 when he first pulled in for a pit stop in racing conditions. This was a high points-paying question, with 62% predicting correctly here. Our secretive Grove guru, known only as ‘The Strategist’, picked up their first five points here.
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Q5: When Alex makes his first stop, what will the gap between him and the car ahead be?

Unfortunately, Alex wasn’t able to make any stops, so he goes down as ‘No Stop Made’ this week.

Q6: When Logan makes his first stop, what will the gap between him and the car ahead be?

Logan was running 0.5s behind Valtteri Bottas when he pulled in on Lap 22, placing him in the 0.1-2.5 seconds bracket. 35% of players were correct here, including The Strategist.

Q7: How many Virtual Safety Car periods will there be?

Yet more points were picked up by The Strategist here, as they correctly called that there would be no Virtual Safety Car periods. They join 15% of players in scoring five points on Question 7.

Q8: How many full Safety Car periods will there be?

Despite there being a red flag, there was no Safety Car deployment as the race director opted to go straight from double-waved yellows to a red. The vast majority of PWP players thought there would be at least one SC period, with only 21% getting the final question correct.

The Strategist’s Score: 3/8

A more difficult week for The Strategist, but they still sit in a good position, still sitting tied in P3, now with 75 points - only 5 points behind our leading pair on 80.
Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf, will return at the start of Chinese GP race week.
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