Two-Stop Strategy The Most Popular Amongst Teams

The two-stop strategy was the favoured amongst teams today, with 12 of the 20 drivers adopting either the Medium/Hard/Medium or Medium/Medium/Hard strategy. “With wear and degradation very much in line with expectations, both two and three stops were equally possible, with drivers and teams able to adapt their strategies to suit their particular race circumstances,” said tyre

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Two-Stop Strategy Drives Hamilton To Abu Dhabi GP Win, and Riccardo Gets Into Top Five After Starting From The Pits

Lewis Hamilton managed to claim the victory at Abu Dhabi on Sunday by utilising a two-stop strategy. The Mercedes driver started on the Super Soft tyres which allowed him to stretch the gap between himself and the Soft starters of Nico Huldenberg, Sergio Perez, Jean-Eric Vergne, and Kevin Magnussen, in order to come out of

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Three-Stop The Race Winning Strategy, As Raikkonen Manages Two-Stop

A three-stop was Sunday’s race-winning strategy employed by Nico Rosberg. The Mercedes driver along with his teammate Lewis Hamilton managed to make the opening stint on his Soft tyres last before switching to the race-favoured Medium tyre for his second, third, and final stint. High track temperatures made most of those who started on the Soft pit

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Two-Stop The Race Winning Strategy On Sunday, Whilst Contra Three-Stop Allowed Drivers To Get Positions At The End

Lewis Hamilton won yesterdays United States Grand Prix by employing a two-stop strategy, starting on the Soft tyre than completing the final two stints on the Medium tyre to win the race by four seconds from teammate Nico Rosberg. The strategy was copied by his teammate in order to ensure that either him or Lewis

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