How Ocon’s “dangerous” non-stop strategy paid off

A non-stop run in a full-length uninterrupted race hadn’t been achieved since Mika Salo managed it at a rain-affected 1997 Monaco GP, in the days of refuelling. In the slow conditions and a lap down the Finn managed to save enough to get safely to the flag.
In 2005 it was mandatory for a set of tyres to last the race, but drivers still had to pit for fuel.
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