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Abu Dhabi to be one-stopper - Pirelli

about 1 month ago

from: F1Technical.net

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Formula One tyre supplier Pirelli has noted that the degradation of the tyres at Abu Dhabi is low enough to expect only a single stop strategy. All top 10 drivers will also... read more »

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Brazilian Grand Prix strategy guide

2 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

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SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Even with hotter temperatures on Sunday, the Brazilian Grand Prix looks set to be a one-stop race. Tyre degradation was minimal during the team's long... read more »

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Strategy guide: Mexican Grand Prix

3 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 193 views )

MEXICO CITY -- The Mexican Grand Prix appears to be a nailed-on one-stop race due to the low levels of degradation from the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez's smooth tarmac.... read more »

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Grosjean: Tyre state was 'pretty dangerous'

3 months ago

from: GPUpdate.net

( 275 views )

Romain Grosjean says that the level of tyre degradation meant the final few laps of his United States Grand Prix were "pretty dangerous", as he came home out of… read more »

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United States GP: Qualifying notes - Pirelli

3 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 171 views )

We expect two pit stops to be the favoured strategy: however, this will very much depend on track temperatures and degradation rates. read more »

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‘Cool Malaysian temperatures’ aided low degradation – Pirelli’s Mario Isola

4 months ago

from: TheCheckeredFlag.co.uk

( 229 views )

Pirelli‘s Mario Isola believes the cooler weather in Malaysia (compared to usual temperatures) helped aid the long stints  for the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix which saw Esteban... read more »

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Singapore Grand Prix strategy guide

4 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 181 views )

MARINA BAY, Singapore -- This year's Singapore Grand Prix looks set to be a fine balance between a one-stop and a two-stop strategy. If rear tyre degradation can be... read more »

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Singapore GP: Qualifying notes - Pirelli

4 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 299 views )

As tyre wear and degradation is low on all three compounds, one-stop should be the favoured strategy. read more »

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Italian Grand Prix strategy guide

5 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 718 views )

MONZA, Italy -- With rain falling throughout qualifying, the tyre choice for the start of the Italian GP is free for all 20 drivers (usually the top 10 have to use the same... read more »

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Belgian GP: Race notes - Pirelli

5 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 717 views )

The safety car obviously transformed the race strategy by eliminating any questions of wear and degradation in the closing stages. read more »

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Belgian Grand Prix strategy guide

5 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 228 views )

SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium -- Despite bringing the three softest tyres in its range to Spa-Francorchamps this weekend, Pirelli is still expecting the Belgian Grand Prix to be a... read more »

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Why did the Silverstone race end as it did?

6 months ago

from: F1Zone.net

( 429 views )

The British Grand Prix turned out to be a dominant win for Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, but the strategy that underlined the rest of the race outcome was fascinating as teams... read more »

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British GP strategy guide

6 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 228 views )

SILVERSTONE -- Pirelli's decision to go one step softer with its compound choices for the British Grand Prix has led to something we've rarely seen this year:... read more »

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Pirelli: Low degradation could lead to gambles

8 months ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 252 views )

Pirelli: Low degradation could lead to gambles read more »

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Monaco Grand Prix: Pirelli thinks ultra-soft could last entire race

8 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 262 views )

Pirelli believes its Formula 1 ultra-soft tyre is capable of covering the full Monaco Grand Prix distance, after showing "zero degradation" in practice read more »

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Pirelli expecting one-stop Monaco GP

8 months ago

from: GPUpdate.net

( 310 views )

Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli says it is expecting the bulk of drivers to adopt a one-stop approach in Monaco, but believes low degradation will still lead to… read more »

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Pirelli predict higher degradation at Spanish GP

8 months ago

from: PlanetF1.com

( 314 views )

Pirelli have forecast higher degradation compared to what the teams experienced during pre-season testing when F1 returns to Barcelona for the Spanish Grand Prix. The post... read more »

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Pirelli's Mario Isola: "Degradation levels could be higher compared to testing"

8 months ago

from: TheCheckeredFlag.co.uk

( 391 views )

The Hard compound makes its first appearance this weekend in Spain, with Pirelli's Mario Isola expecting higher levels of degradation than what teams experienced during... read more »

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Video: 2017 Russian Grand Prix Strategy Analysis

9 months ago

from: YouTube.com

( 294 views )

How did the Safety Car early on in the race combined with low tyre degradation affect the Team's race strategy? read more »

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Was victory possible by pitting Vettel sooner?

9 months ago

from: F1Zone.net

( 403 views )

The Russian Grand Prix was always likely to be one of those races where, with the new 2017 combination of high drag cars and low degradation tyres, overtaking would be... read more »

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Video: F1 2017 - What Have We Learned So Far?

9 months ago

from: YouTube.com

( 400 views )

3 down, 17 to go. The 2017 F1 season is underway and already there are some hot topics to discuss. Using the Pure Pit Wall, this week we're talking about tyre degradation,... read more »

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Bahrain Grand Prix strategy guide

9 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 308 views )

SAKHIR, Bahrain -- Strategy at the Bahrain Grand Prix is likely to be dictated by rear tyre degradation. Make the super-softs last and drivers are looking at a standard... read more »

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Chinese GP: Race notes - Pirelli

9 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 283 views )

Despite the runs through the pit lane under the safety car, most of the frontrunners effectively stopped twice showing a limited degree of degradation. read more »

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F1 races still won't be flat out despite low-deg tyres - Hulkenberg

10 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 419 views )

Formula 1 grands prix will still not be "flat-out" racing in 2017 despite Pirelli shifting towards lower-degradation tyres, reckons Renault's Nico Hulkenberg read more »

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How will Pirelli's new tyres impact racing in 2017?

10 months ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 499 views )

Formula One's tyre supplier Pirelli is expecting fewer pit stops this year, but says that will not necessarily result in duller races. This year's wider tyres have... read more »