Marking the end of the 2023 F1® season, the Yas Marina Circuit may be the final shot for greatness. With lots of difficult corners and tight turns, there are plenty of opportunities for an upset if Team Principals are prepared to reach for victory. At Yas Marina, there is everything to prove and everything to lose.
Suggested car setup for the Yas Marina Circuit:
- Medium speed cornering is crucial
- Focusing on top speed, DRS and low speed cornering is also recommended
- Balanced circuit
Tips & Tricks
It’s the final race of the season, so if you can, push your car to the limit – you’ll be getting a new engine next season, after all.
- The one-stop strategy on Yas Marina favours starting on mediums and then aiming for consistent laps on hard until the chequered flag.
- If you need to make up the places, open on soft, swap to hards, and end on softs, pushing all the way.
- There’s a chance you won’t see a safety car or red flag, and rain is off the cards, so you can’t rely on an upset to give you an opening.
2023 Race Replay
In the last race of 2023 and Franz Tost's last race in charge of AlphaTauri, Tsunoda finds himself temporarily in the lead. With degrading tyres, and a variety of pit strategy options to choose from, he'll need to consider his next steps carefully. Can AlphaTauri find the right strategy to secure enough points to overtake Williams in the Constructors' standings?
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- First Grand Prix
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