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Pirelli better prepared for 2014

Pirelli Director Paul Hembery has admitted that the tyre manufacturer has taken a more cautious approach in developing the rubber that will be used during the 2014 Formula One season. The Italian manufacturer endured a torrid time in 2013, with several high-profile blow-outs occurring in the first half of the season. Pirelli also struggled to adapt its tyres during year, but in an exclusive interview with Crash.net, Hembery admitted that the company is taking a more measured approach to the composition of the rubber used because the 2014 cars are likely to change significantly as the season progresses. "You've got to be slightly more conservative because at one extreme you could end...
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