Fernando Alonso believes his "random" strategy in India could reap rewards but only if his rivals' soft tyres go off the boil quickly.
This weekend in India, drivers have been a vast difference between the two Pirelli compounds.
While the soft are worth a full second a lap in terms of pace, they quickly drop off and begin to grain. In contract the mediums are slower but last longer.
This resulted in four drivers in the top ten opting to qualify on the mediums with Mark Webber fourth and Alonso eighth ahead of the two McLarens.
And Alonso reckons should his gamble pay off he could even be on the podium in Sunday's Indian GP.
"It will depend how the soft tyres behave but I...
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