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STRATEGY GUIDE: What are the possible race strategies for the 2023 Italian Grand Prix?

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Chris Medland
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MONZA, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 02: Max Verstappen of the Netherlands driving the (1) Oracle Red Bull

After weather has played a part in the past eight race weekends, the drivers have finally been able to enjoy dry running throughout Friday and Saturday at Monza – although red flags have still limited the data that was gathered on long runs. So here are a few of the strategic options that are likely to be open to the teams on race day in Italy…

What’s the quickest strategy?

This weekend has seen the second trial of the ‘Alternative Tyre Allocation’ (ATA) which reduces the overall number of sets by two, and mandates drivers to use the hard compound in Q1, medium compound in Q2 and soft compound in Q3 during qualifying.

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