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Bahrain GP: Preview - Pirelli

Pirelli, along with all the Formula teams, tested at the Sakhir circuit twice in the build-up to the season - so this should be a circuit that everybody knows well. However, to celebrate its 10th anniversary, the race has been given a 6pm start time for the first time in its history, meaning that it will start at sunset and end in full darkness: a bit like the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.This will have an important effect on the behaviour of the P Zero White medium and P Zero Yellow soft tyres that have been nominated for the race. Ambient and track temperatures will fall considerably during the race - with a drop in track temperature of 15 degrees entirely possible - which will alter the...
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