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Pirelli: One or two stops likely due to minimum degradation

Despite the heavy traction and braking demands of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Canada, the P Zero Yellow soft and P Zero Red supersoft tyres that have been nominated for this weekend show limited wear and very little degradation. On the supersoft, there was a very small amount of graining. Between one and two pit stops are likely under normal race circumstances. However, Canada is frequently one of the most unpredictable races of the year, with historically more than a 50% chance of a safety car at some point in proceedings. A two-stop strategy proved to be the winning choice last year, although in 2013 the medium and supersoft compounds were nominated. Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso...
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