I've just noticed that the F1 2014 game has the Melbourne pitlane mirrored from real life. In fact, so has all it's predecessors, and even GP4 did from memory. As this photo from last weekend's GP shows: You can clearly see Williams' pitstand in the foreground (position 3 in 2015) followed by Ferrari, McLaren, Force India, Torro Rosso, Lotus, Manor and Sauber down the rear. Presumably Red Bull and Mercedes complete the order. This is of course standard F1 practice - the garage order is assigned according to the previous year's constructor championship order. This pic affirms this order: But the thing is, that the game has it the other way around - Mercedes is the first pitbox - not the last one. As you can clearly see in this pic that in real life it's totally the other way around: My understanding is that this is advantageous for the championship team because they will have a reduced risk of having to wait for a passing car when exiting the pits as they have the luxury of space to be able to pull alongside said exiting car. This is a greater advantage than being able to pull straight into the pit box that the minnow team receive. They run the risk of having to be held in their box whilst a car enters the pitlane. My question is: Is this real-life pitlane order normal for all other real-life tracks or is Melbourne unique in this respect? If it is the norm, then I'll have to mod the game to match.