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Austrian GP: Qualifying notes - Pirelli

rand Prix is 71 laps long, with a two-stop strategy most likely, but a one-stop theoretically the quickest: start on supersoft, then change to soft on lap 18. However, with overtaking difficult, a two-stop strategy could provide opportunities to gain track position.An two-stop strategy is: start on supersoft, change to soft on lap 13 and soft again on lap 42. A soft-soft-supersoft strategy, with the changes on laps 29 and 58, could also work in Austria, for those starting further down the grid.
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