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Pirelli To Use Hardest Compounds Possible In Sepang

Formula One‘s new tyres face their toughest task yet as the circus rolls in to Malaysia. The Sepang International Circuit is known for its abrasive tarmac and extreme weather conditions, which can range from extreme heat to a tropical monsoon in a matter of minutes. In order to cope with the demands of the track, Pirelli have opted for the two hardest tyre compounds in the range, the P Zero Orange hard and the P Zero White medium. The new evolution of the P Zero brings extra strength and reduced degradation, but will maintain the same performance and sporting characteristics to keep the spectacle in place. “Malaysia will obviously be only the second race that this completely new...
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