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Hembery and Pirelli Expecting Two-Stop Austrian GP

Pirelli have announced that the Yellow banded P Zero Soft and the Red banded P Zero Supersoft will be the tyre compounds to choose from at this weekends Austrian Grand Prix, the third consecutive race those two compounds have been utilised in. Pirelli Motorsport Director Paul Hembery feels excited about racing on a new track, and along with his engineers, believes the Soft and Supersoft tyres are the two best compounds to use at the Red Bull Ring. Hembery expects a two-stop race but expectations might change once practice gets underway on Friday. “It’s always exciting to go to a new circuit: everyone starts on a level playing field, with the teams and drivers who dial themselves into...
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