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Canada GP: Qualifying notes - Pirelli

The Canadian Grand Prix is 70 laps long, with between one and two stops expected - although this could change if temperatures continue to rise. The quickest theoretical strategy is actually a two-stopper: start on supersoft, change to soft on lap 13, soft again on lap 41 then run to the finish.A one-stop strategy would be: start on supersoft, change to soft on lap 26, and run to the finish.
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