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Pirelli not expecting pit-stop overkill in Australia

Pit stops were sometimes too frequent in 2013 Sutton Images Enlarge Related Links In Focus: Tyres Pirelli's motorsport director Paul Hembery does not expect to see more than "two or three" pit stops per driver this weekend at the Australian Grand Prix. Pirelli's compounds came under fire last year for the speed in degradation, with instance of four- or five-stop strategies proving very unpopular with viewers. The jury still appears to be out on the 2014 tyre, with some drivers unsure how they will cope with the demands of the new regulation changes. Despite the unexpected nature of the Melbourne opener, Hembery is confident the new generation of Pirelli tyre will cope well....
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