Top TEN ‘Boldest’ Strategy Calls Of Modern F1
While the start of the 2014 season will be remembered for inter-team battles and 2013 betrayals, ultimately it is bold strategies that shaped enthralling campaigns.
2013 provided us with a ballsy two-stop strategy which propelled Kimi Raikkonen from seventh on the grid to win the season opener, while Sebastian Vettel would never have needed to battle with teammate Mark Webber had he not jumped in for dry tyres on a damp Sepang track. And Fernando Alonso could have beaten the pair if only he handed gambled on his broken front wing lasting mere minutes until he could throw on dry tyres. This season may have more for us as it unfolds, but here are ten big ones from the past
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