Pirelli previews the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka 10 October, 2013 Suzuka is one of the most popular circuits on the Formula 1 calendar, thanks to a thrilling track layout and some of the most passionate fans on earth.
This year, Pirelli will take the two hardest compounds in the range: the P Zero Orange Hard and P Zero White Medium. These are well-suited to the challenging demands of this famous track, which is located in the middle of Japan, near Nagoya.
Suzuka is best known for fast corners such as 130R and Spoon, which have a notable effect on tyre wear and degradation. Consequently, between two and three pit stops are expected.
The other feature of Japan is its extremely variable...
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