A downpour just hours before lights out completely changed the race strategy for the Singapore Grand Prix and had Pit Wall Predictions players scrambling to adjust their answers before we eventually got underway.
Disappointed with your score this week? Don’t worry! 85% of players got three or less calls correct this round, with 10 points being the most common result in Singapore.
However, credit where credit is due to the two players who managed to keep their cool and top score with a massive 35 points this round.
Singapore GP results
Both Nicky and Alex made it back around to the pits following their respective incidents, fitting new tyres and wings before being halted from rejoining the action and wheeled into the garage.
A total of 15% of players called Nicky’s early stop right, with 29% correctly predicting when Alex would visit the pits – 56% also earned points for saying our Canadian would be the first of our duo in.
Just 9% of you nailed what the distance between Alex and the car immediately in front of him would be when he boxed, with 18% getting it correct for Nicky.
It was a dramatic race, with incidents aplenty which ensure Marina Bay kept its 100% Safety Car record intact; it was deployed twice, which 47% earned five points for.
The Virtual Safety Car also had two deployments, the first time it has been used here since 2015. Despite the rarity, 25% of players got this call spot on.
As already mentioned, our duo racked up a total of two pit stops between them, which 23% of players got correct.
This weekend’s results leave it tight at the top once again, with one player leading the field on 295 points, just 10 points clear of a further two fans.
With races coming thick and fast, there’s still plenty of time for that to change – our Japanese Grand Prix round will go live on Wednesday afternoon (BST).
Find out your results
See how you fared against other fans in the latest round of Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf.