Pirelli's motorsport director Paul Hembery is expecting the final pre-season to be a busy one for the tyre supplier as teams look to complete more performance running.
Teams have so far had eight days to trial the new 2014 Pirelli tyre range, which all feature new compounds and constructions. So far, much of the running at the first two tests has focused on solving any reliability issues with the new cars.
As this week's test will be the final chance for the F1 grid to run on the new compounds before the first round in Australia, Hembery is expecting tyre work to increase.
'We saw more work on tyres at the recent Bahrain test than there had been at the very first test in Jerez, and with...
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