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Pirelli: Canada will work tyres harder

– Pirelli Motorsport Director Paul Hembery believes the tyres will be worked a lot more this weekend in Canada, although he is not anticipating any issues.The Italian tyre manufacturer will again supply the teams with the soft and supersoft compounds, like it did in Monaco two weeks ago."We're expecting the tyres to be worked a lot harder in Canada than they were in Monaco, with a lot more energy and greater forces going through them due to much higher speeds," he explained. "This should lead to the maximum possible mechanical grip, which is certainly what's needed in Montreal."There's a high degree of track evolution and we frequently see a lot of sliding –...
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