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WORKDAY STRATEGY SESSION: How Mercedes might have won the 2022 Dutch Grand Prix | Formula 1® – Formula 1

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08 September 2022
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The 2022 Dutch Grand Prix was a captivating race, both in terms of on-track action and the myriad strategic options deployed by the teams.
And one of the biggest talking points from the race at Zandvoort was Mercedes’ strategy. In this week’s Workday Strategy Session, Aston Martin’s former Race Strategist Bernie Collins joins former Renault F1 driver Jolyon Palmer and presenter Rosanna Tennant to take a deep dive into the strategy from Zandvoort.
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Collins takes a magnifying glass to the Silver Arrows’ one-stop play, which posed a constant threat to their rivals Ferrari and Red Bull. Of course, there was a late Virtual Safety Car, then Safety Car, which changed the face of the race.
Did Mercedes make the right choices there? And what shaped their decisions in the Netherlands? With a look at radio messages, charts, graphs and telemetry, the team answer the big questions from Zandvoort.
Join our experts for this week’s Workday Strategy Session in the video player above, and head to F1 TV for more shows and exclusive content.
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