PWP: The Strategist shares their Shanghai selections

Published on
19 Apr 2024
Est. reading time
2 Min

Get the latest insights for this weekend’s round of Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf

The Chinese GP is back after five years, but that won’t stop our secretive Grove guru, ‘The Strategist,’ from providing the best analysis.
Our PWP mastermind is out on the hunt for more points as the race for top spot hots up.
In this weekend’s Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf, players will have a chance to win another 40 points.
Read on for The Strategist’s tips and insights to help you make your picks for the 2024 Chinese GP.
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You can change your answers right up until the formation lap on Pit Wall Predictions, presented by Gulf

Q1: On which lap will Alex make his first stop?

Lap 11-20. I think we’ll see Alex in early on Sunday, with a wealth of overtaking opportunities available at the Shanghai International Circuit.

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

Lap 11-20. Like his teammate, I believe Sarge will look to capitalise with an early stop, rather than run long.

Q3: Which Williams Racing driver will pit first?

Alex. I feel Albono will get the edge in this window of opportunity to shoot for a pit stop first.

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

P11-P15. Due to the unpredictability of this year's Chinese GP, I’ve gone for a safe pick with plenty of chance to get into points contention in the tight midfield battle.

Q5: How many pit stops will our drivers make between them?

Four. I feel both drivers will aim for a two-stop strategy, I see no reason to overcomplicate, with rain a shy possibility.

Q6: How many full Safety Car periods will there be?

One. I predict that the unknowns in this race will see teams overreach for opportunity, and subsequently, we will see Bernd Mayländer called into action this Sunday.

Q7: What tyre will Alex end his race on?

Hard. I think Alex will be sporting the white-walled Pirelli tyres when his race ends.

Q8: What tyre will Logan end his race on?

Hard. I believe Sarge will have a similar course of action to his teammate ending on the hard compound rubber.
You’ve heard from The Strategist, now it’s time to make your decisions below. You have until the formation lap on Sunday to make any changes, good luck!
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