Are you one of our five joint leaders in Pit Wall Predictions?

Published on
23 May 2022
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2 Min

We analyse how you fared at an unpredictable Spanish Grand Prix

It was a very familiar setting in Barcelona for the Spanish Grand Prix, but the sweltering heat made this year's race somewhat atypical for our strategists.
High tyre degradation meant plenty of pit stops and multiple race strategies, but that didn't stop some of you from getting nearly every call right.
Two fans managed to take the top score of 7/8 from the Spanish edition of our free-to-play game Pit Wall Predictions.
As with Miami, the most common score was 2/8, although only just – 1/8 was almost as close, showing just how tough this race was to call.
The result means it's all very tight at the top of the overall standings. We now have five fans sitting in joint first place with 110 points, so it's all to play for going into Monaco.
Let us know how you did this week by checking your Pit Wall Predictions scores and sharing your rank with us on social media.
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See how you fared against other fans in the latest round of Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf.
As we dig into the numbers for Spain, it quickly becomes apparent that most fans thought it'd be the usual two-stopper. 63% of you felt that Nicholas Latifi and Alex Albon would pit twice.
However, only 4% correctly predicted Alex would make 3+ stops (he made four), while 18% called Nicky's 3-stop strategy.
When Alex first pitted, he was between 2.6 and 5 seconds behind his nearest rival, something forecast by 47% of you. Meanwhile, 32% correctly called it that Nicky would be between 5.1 and 7.5 seconds from the next car up the order for his first visit to the pits.
Nicky nursed a set of softs from Lap 26 to 50, so his longest stint fell between 21 and 30 laps, and 46% of fans got that right. On the other hand, Alex's four stops meant his longest run was between 11 and 20 laps, as 19% of you anticipated.
The final two predictions we asked you to make were how far behind the car ahead our duo would be. With Alex and Nicky crossing the line with clear air ahead of them, 7.6+ seconds was the correct answer for both. 30% thought that would be the case for Nicky, while only 7% expected the same for Alex.
Don't fear if Spain wasn't the best round for you, as everyone has the chance to do it all again this weekend. Our Pit Wall Predictions will refresh for the Monaco Grand Prix on Wednesday evening (BST).
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