We have a clear leader at the top of our Pit Wall Predictions leaderboard after Round 9 of the 2022 season in Canada.
One fan now heads the field with 155 points, five ahead of the chasing pack.
The rain-affected qualifying in Montreal gave us a mixed-up grid and it led to nobody scoring a full-house this weekend, but four players did achieve 7/8 last weekend.
Find out your results by following the link below, or keep reading as we break down the Canadian Grand Prix 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 Nicky to pit within the opening 10 laps, something 17% of you correctly saw coming – this also meant that 64% scored points for suggesting the Canadian would be our first driver to pit.
Meanwhile, 50% of all players said that Alex would indeed make his first stop between Lap 11-20, though he agonisingly missed out on boxing under a VSC by just one lap - no one was to know that would happen.
The Thai racer was 0.99 seconds behind Charles Leclerc when he dived in for that opening stop – 24% of you said he would be within 0.1-2.5 secs, scoring them five points.
Nicky was 8.8 seconds behind Yuki Tsunoda when he pitted under the VSC, a time frame that 20% got correct.
It was a Grand Prix that brought with it one full Safety Car period and two spells under the VSC – 54% and 25% respectively were spot on.
Finally, our team were called into pit stop action four times, including recording the fastest pit stop of the weekend, and 31% of you correctly suggested our total number of stops.
As attention turns to Silverstone, the questions for the next round of Pit Wall Predictions will go live on the evening of Wednesday 22 June (BST).
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