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German GP: Practice notes - Pirelli

Pirelli faced some of the hottest track temperatures seen all year at Hockenheim during free practice, peaking at 57 degrees centigrade. Despite this exceptional heat, the two softest compounds in the range - P Zero Yellow soft and P Zero Red supersoft - performed within the expected parameters at what is a demanding circuit in terms of traction and braking.The high temperatures are not expected to last, with a changeable weather forecast for the rest of the weekend, including a possibility of rain. This means that the data gathered during the two sessions today may not necessarily be representative of qualifying and the race, so the teams will be forced to react to changing conditions....
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