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Singapore Grand Prix 2018 Strategy Report

19 Sep 2018

Race 15 – 61 Laps – 5.063km per lap – 308.706km race distance – low tyre wear

Singapore GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Trent Price – Editor of eRacing Magazine

2018 SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX STRATEGY REPORT

Lewis Hamilton won the Singapore Grand Prix with a conservative one-stop strategy to stretch his championship lead over Sebastian Vettel to 40 points, but while the Briton’s lead was never really threatened, the Mercedes car arguably should never have been so comfortably positioned at the head of the field. View post

Italian Grand Prix 2018 Strategy Report

4 Sep 2018

Race 14 – 53 Laps – 5.793km per lap – 306.720km race distance – low tyre wear

Italian GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Luca Manacorda from FormulaPassion.it

MERCEDES MUSCLE FERRARI OUT OF HOME WIN

Ferrari failed to convert its first front-row lockout since 2000 into a victory for either pole-sitter Kimi Raikkonen or championship contender Sebastian Vettel, with Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes pit wall outfoxing both en route to a decisive victory. View post

Belgian Grand Prix 2018 Strategy Report

29 Aug 2018

Race 13 – 44 Laps – 7.004km per lap – 308.052km race distance – medium tyre wear

Belgian GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Sean Kelly – the Virtual Statman

VETTEL POWERS TO IMPORTANT BELGIAN GRAND PRIX VICTORY

Sebastian Vettel recorded a crucial win at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, breaking Mercedes’s stranglehold on the Belgian race and trimming his championship deficit to Lewis Hamilton down to 17 points. View post

Hungarian Grand Prix 2018 Strategy Report

31 Jul 2018

Race 12 – 70 Laps – 4.381km per lap – 306.630km race distance – medium tyre wear

Hungarian GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Phill Tromans from the “For F1’s Sake” Podcast

HOW TEAMWORK DECIDED THE HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX

After scrappy races in Austria and Britain, Mercedes maximised its points haul in unlikely circumstances in Germany and now Hungary, where Lewis Hamilton beat Sebastian Vettel to victory despite racing the slower car of the two. View post