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Pirelli 2014 tyres a little better than last year's says Hamilton

Pirelli 2014 tyres a little better than last year's says Hamilton 4 February, 2014 Pirelli claim it is too early to assess the performance of its all new for 2014 Formula 1 tyre range, despite the four days of running at Jerez last week. The Italian marque endured a nightmarish 2013 season, marred by blowouts and claims its tyres wore inconsistently and excessively. Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, however, said after the Jerez test: 'The (2014) tyres are a little bit better. 'They're more durable, so you can do maybe 30 laps and have a lot less wear on them,' he told the British broadcaster Sky. 'But they still overheat, like any other tyre.' Pirelli, however, is not endorsing Hamilton's...
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