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Chinese GP: Race notes - Pirelli

A number of different tyre strategy options were available before the Chinese Grand Prix, but the very strong performance of the medium tyre in the second stint allowed the top 15 to complete two stops only on one of the most demanding circuits of the year.With some very long corners and high g-forces, the Shanghai circuit exerted unique demands on the front-left tyre in particular. But the additional durability of the 2014-specification P Zero tyres allowed Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton to take his third consecutive victory from four races, with just two pit stops, as opposed to three stops that formed the winning strategy in China last year.Hamilton built his victory from pole by making...
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