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Pirelli Bring Hardest Tyres for Silverstone Challenge

The 2013 British Grand Prix saw Formula 1 tyre manufacturer Pirelli suffer a lot of negative press after numerous tyre failures that affected drivers up and down the grid. Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, Ferrari’s Felipe Massa, Jean-Eric Vergne for Toro Rosso and McLaren’s Sergio Perez were all subject to tyre failures, and Pirelli will want to put that race behind them as they return to the track this year. Pirelli Motorsport Director Paul Hembery is looking forward to coming back to the track, and believes the current compounds of tyre will be well suited to the Silverstone track. Pirelli have brought the white-banded P Zero Medium and orange-banded P Zero Hard tyres to the British...
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